Emmylou Harris - Stumble into Grace (Cream vinyl)
Emmylou Harris - Stumble into Grace (Cream vinyl)
Emmylou Harris - Stumble into Grace (Cream vinyl)
Emmylou Harris - Stumble into Grace (Cream vinyl)
Emmylou Harris - Stumble into Grace (Cream vinyl)
Emmylou Harris - Stumble into Grace (Cream vinyl)
Emmylou Harris - Stumble into Grace (Cream vinyl)
Emmylou Harris - Stumble into Grace (Cream vinyl)
Emmylou Harris - Stumble into Grace (Cream vinyl)
Emmylou Harris - Stumble into Grace (Cream vinyl)

Emmylou Harris - Stumble into Grace (Cream vinyl)

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20th anniversary edition 

Emmylou Harris – vocals (A1-2, B1-2, B6), acoustic guitar (A1-5, B2-6), 6-string bass guitar (B1) [click here to see more vinyl featuring Emmylou Harris]

Linda Ronstadt - backing vocals (B1) [click here to see more vinyl featuring Linda Rondstadt]

Gillian Welch - backing vocals (B2)

Julie Miller - backing vocals (A1, B2, B6)

Jane Siberry - backing vocals (A2, A4-5, B5)

Jill Cunniff - backing vocals

Tony Hall – bass (A1, A3-5, B2, B5-6), guitar (A1), backing vocals (B2)

Brady Blade – drums (A1, A3-4, B2, B6), percussions (A3, B2, B5), backing vocals (B2)

Ethan Johns – drums (A1, A4-5, B6), electric guitar (A4-5)

Malcolm Burn – bass (A2), electric guitar (A2), piano (A1-3), whistling (A3), churinga (A3), percussion (A5), harmonica (A5), Fender Rhodes (A5, B6), B2 organ (B5, B6), backing vocals (A4-5, B5)

Buddy Miller - acoustic guitar (A3, B6), electric guitar (A3-5, B2, B6)

Kate McGarrigle – accordion (A3, B3), acoustic guitar (B4), violin (B4), backing vocals (A3, B4, B6)

Anna McGarrigle – accordion (B4), backing vocals (A3, B4)

Daryl Johnson – percussion (A4-5), bass (A5, B2, B6), backing vocals (A5, B2)

Daniel Lanois - pedal steel guitar (A5), electronic orchestra (B5), backing vocals (A5, B2, B5)

Bernie Leadon - electric guitar (A5)

Kevin Salem - electric guitar (B1, B5)

Colin Linden - electric guitar (B2)

Written by Emmylou Harris (A1 to B3, B5-6), Anna McGarrigle (A2-3), Kate McGarrigle (A2-3), Emmylou Harris (A4), Malcolm Burn (A5), Paul Kennerley (B2), Daniel Lanois (B5)

B4 is a traditional song arranged by Anna McGarrigle, Emmylou Harris, Kate McGarrigle


1LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Cream

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : Record Industry (The Netherlands)

Label : Nonesuch

Original label : Nonesuch

Recorded in February - June 2003 at La Maison Bleue (Kingston, NY), Sound Emporium, Ocean Way Recording, Masterlink Studio

Recorded by Joe West, Josh Muncy, Todd Vos

Mixed by Josh Muncy and Malcolm Burn at Sound Emporium

Produced by Malcolm Burn

Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound

Photography by Veronique Rolland

Originally released in September 2003 (as a CD)

Reissued in May 2023 (first time on vinyl)


Tracks :

Side A:

  1. Here I Am
  2. I Will Dream
  3. Little Bird
  4. Time in Babylon
  5. Can You Hear Me Now

Side B:

  1. Strong Hand
  2. Jupiter Rising
  3. O Evangeline
  4. Plaisir d'Amour
  5. Lost Unto This World
  6. Cup of Kindness

      Reviews :

      “There's something just the slightest bit comic about calling an Emmylou Harris album Stumble into Grace. While Harris has always sounded as if both earthly and spiritual grace were created with her in mind, when she sings, it seems she can no more stumble than a dolphin can be taught to walk on dry land. Stumble into Grace finds Harris following in the same creative path she began to pursue with Wrecking Ball and Red Dirt Girl, which is to say that the influence of her country-influenced material is more felt than heard as she dips her toes into the spectral and atmospheric accents of folk, indie pop, and world music. While Harris has long been just as interested in nuance and blank spaces as the notes of her songs, producer Malcolm Burn (who also collaborated with her on Red Dirt Girl) knows what to make of the purposefully spare surfaces of these new songs (which, again, like Red Dirt Girl, were, for the most part, written by Harris herself), and the results are splendid. Part of the revelation of Wrecking Ball and Red Dirt Girl was hearing Harris moving in a startling new direction, and while Stumble into Grace seems less novel in the context of its immediate predecessors, the bitter clarity of "Time in Babylon," the gentle but energetic textures of "Little Bird," and the funky shuffle of "Jupiter Rising" confirm that she hasn't run out of new avenues to explore. After three decades as a world-class talent, what's most heartening is that Harris is not only making some of the finest music of her career at a time when many artists would be treading water, but she's delightfully confounding expectations at the same time. Stumble into Grace shows she's still playing at the top of her game.” AllMusic Review by Mark Deming


      AllMusic : 4 / 5 ; Discogs : 4.45 / 5

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