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Victoria Williams - Swing The Statue! Album
Performer: Victoria Williams
Title: Swing The Statue!
Genre: Rock / Folk & World
Style:Folk Rock, Country Rock
Released: 1990
Catalog number: Rough 140, L 30387
Label: Rough Trade, Festival Records
MP3 album szie: 2753 mb
FLAC album size: 2866 mb


1Vieux Amis
Acoustic Guitar – Willie A.Double Bass [Upright] – Don F.Drums [Checkerbox], Marimba, Accordion, Washboard – Michael BlairFiddle – Byron BerlineVoice, Acoustic Guitar – Victoria
2Summer Of Drugs
Backing Vocals – Andy & David WilliamsDouble Bass [Upright] – Don FalzoneElectric Guitar – Willie AronOrgan [B-3], Keyboards [Kurzweil] – Phil ShenalePercussion, Drums, Glockenspiel – Michael BlairVoice, Piano, Dulcimer – Victoria
Acoustic Bass – Don FalzoneAcoustic Guitar, Vocals – Victoria, Willie AronCello – Melissa HasinDrums [Chinese], Marimba, Accordion, Vibraphone [Vibes] – Michael BlairSteel Guitar [Pedal] – Marty RifkinVocals – Andrew Williams , David Williams
4Why Look At The Moon
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Andrew Williams Double Bass [Upright] – Don FalzoneDrums [Checkerbox], Vocals – Michael BlairElectric Guitar – Willie AronMandolin – Steven SolesSteel Guitar [Pedal] – Marty RifkinVocals – David Williams Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Victoria
5I Can't Cry Hard Enough
Acoustic Guitar – Andrew Williams Cello – Melissa HassinVibraphone – Michael BlairVocals – VictoriaVocals, Piano – David Williams Written-By – David Williams , Marvin Etzioni
Cello – Melissa HassinDouble Bass [Upright] – Don FalzonePiano, Voice – VictoriaSteel Guitar [Pedal] – Marty Rifkin
Acoustic Bass – Don FalzoneFiddle – Byron BerlineKeyboards [Kurzweil] – Phil ShenalePercussion, Glockenspiel – Michael BlairTrombone – Steven SolesVoice, Guitar – Victoria
8On Time
Double Bass [Upright] – Don F.Organ, Backing Vocals – Willie A.Tambourine, Organ [Pedals], Backing Vocals – Michael B.Voice, Electric Guitar – Vic
Double Bass [Upright] – Don F.Drums, Marimba, Cowbell, Backing Vocals – Michael B.Organ – Willie A.Voice, Guitar – Vic
10Tarbelly And Featherfoot
Double Bass [Upright] – Don FalzoneDrums, Vibraphone [Vibes], Marimba – Michael BlairElectric Guitar – Willie AronSteel Guitar [Pedal] – Marty RifkinVoice, Piano – Victoria
11Lift Him Up
Fiddle, Mandolin – Byron BerlineHandclaps, Performer [Door] – Michael BlairVocals – Julie Miller, VictoriaVocals, Guitar – Buddy Miller
12Holy Spirit
Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals – Andrew Williams , Willie AronBacking Vocals – David Williams Double Bass [Upright] – Don FalzoneDrums [Chinese], Percussion – Michael BlairOrgan [Hammond], Horns [Kurzweil] – Phil ShenelVoice, Acoustic Guitar – Victoria


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
Rough US 50CDVictoria Williams Swing The Statue! ‎(CD, Album)Rough TradeRough US 50CDUS1990
VICP-73Victoria Williams Swing The Statue! ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Rough TradeVICP-73Japan1990
D 30387Victoria Williams Swing The Statue! ‎(CD, Album)Festival Records, Rough TradeD 30387Australia1990
ROUGH 140Victoria Williams Swing The Statue! ‎(LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)Rough TradeROUGH 140UK1990
Rough CD140Victoria Williams Swing The Statue! ‎(CD, Album)Rough TradeRough CD140UK1990


  • ProducerMichael Blair, Victoria
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByKevin W. Smith


  • Barcode: 9399603038710

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Listen free to Victoria Williams Swing the Statue Why Look at the Moon, Boogieman and more. 12 tracks 43:58. Victoria Williams born December 23, 1958 is a singersongwriter, originally from Shreveport, Louisiana but for the length of her career a resident of Southern California. Many of her songs detail the events, characters and sensations of a small-town or rural Southern upbringing Main Road, Crazy Mary, Polish Those Shoes, and she also finds inspiration in nature Century Plant, Weeds, Why Look at the Moon, everyday objects Shoes, Frying Pan and the unseen Holy. W read mor. Loose is the third studio album by American singersongwriter Victoria Williams, released in 1994. Her previous album, 1990s Swing the Statue, won some critical praise but completely failed to attract commercial attention, and the collapse of Rough Trade Records left her without a contract until Mammoth Records bought the rights to that album. Two years afterwards, Williams was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and as a working musician, lacked health insurance or the money to pay her medical fees. Listen full album. View all Victoria Williams albums. Swing The Statue Victoria Williams. 12 tracks. Released in the Statue. Victoria Williams. Released 1990. Swing the Statue WILLIAMS - SWING THE STATUE LP ROUGH TRADE US50 1990 Condition: Used. Time left: 4h 19m 15s Ships to: Worldwide. Lot 2 Victoria Williams CD: Loose, Swing the Statue Condition: Good. Time left: 2d 10h 26m 42s Ships to: Worldwide. VICTORIA WILLIAMS Swing The Statue CASSETTE USA Mammoth 1994 12 Track Mr0075-4 Condition: Like New. Time left: 3d 8h 35m 32s Ships to: Worldwide. Swing The Statue track list. The tracks on this album have an average rating of 77 out of 100 2 out of 12 tracks have been rated. Sort by. Despite a successful career as a idiosyncratic country-folk performer, Victoria Williams was perhaps best known as a songwriter thanks, ironically enough, to a tribute album recorded in her honor. Born in Louisiana in 1959, Williams taught herself t. read more. top albums. Swing The Statue LP 12 album, 33 rpm. Victoria Williams Format: Vinyl. Already in her thirties and having performed for a decade, Victoria Williams with Swing the Statue produced her crowning achievement to no audience at the turn of the decade. The orchestration of Happy Come Home is largely eliminated, and although the production was never as stark as, say, The Milk-Eyed Mender, the power of Victorias beautiful warble clear but never shrill is heard better than it would be on any subsequent release. Swing the Statue 1990. Album by Victoria Williams. I Can't Cry Hard Enough by Victoria Williams feat. David Williams 2. was covered in. Can't Cry Hard Enough by The Williams Brothers 1991. Or consider a donation More Albums. View All. Musings of a Creekdipper. Water to Drink. Happy Come Home