Jennifer Warnes – Another Time Another Place
Jennifer Warnes – Another Time Another Place
Jennifer Warnes – Another Time Another Place
Jennifer Warnes – Another Time Another Place

Jennifer Warnes – Another Time Another Place

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Vocals, Backing Vocals – Jennifer Warnes

Vocals – Mike Cross (B5)

Backing Vocals – Mitch Watkins (B2), Roscoe Beck (B2)

Accordion – Joel Guzman (A5, B2)

Acoustic Guitar – Dean Parks (A4), Mitch Watkins (A1, A3, B2)

Alto Flute – John Mills (A5)

Bass – Abraham Laboriel (A4, B3), Roscoe Beck (A1 to A3, A5 to B2, B4, B5)

Cello – Sara Nelson (A1, A3)

Choir – Blondie Chaplin (B4), Jennifer Warnes (B4), Mike Cross (B4), Roderick Sanford (B4), Ruthie Foster (B4)

Drums – John Ferraro (B3), Vinnie Colaiuta (A1, A2, A5 to B2, B4, B5)

Electric Guitar – Daran DeShazo (A1, B2, B4, B5)

French Horn – Tom Hale (A1)

Guitar – Gabriel Santiago (A5, B4, B5)

Keyboards – Red Young (B2), Roscoe Beck (A1, B2, B4, B5), Stephano Intelisano (B5), Stephen Barber (B5)

Mandolin – Dean Parks (A4)

Organ – Jim Cox (A1, A2, A4, B1 to B5)

Pedal Steel Guitar – Greg Leisz (A4)

Percussion – Lenny Castro (A1 to A3, A5 to B2, B4, B5)

Piano – Jim Cox (A3, A5, B4, B5)

Resonator Guitar – Dean Parks (B3), Greg Leisz (B3), Roscoe Beck (B1)

Resonator Guitar, Electric Guitar – Sonny Landreth (B1)

Slide Guitar – Jeff Plankenhorn (B2, B5)

Vibraphone – Eric Darken (A5)

Viola – Ames Asbell (A3)

Violin – Javier Chaparro (A1, A5, B2), Leigh Mahoney (A3, A5), Tracy Seeger (A3)

Arranged by Jim Cox (A4, B3), John Mills (A5), Roscoe Beck (A1), Stephen Barber (A3, A5

Written by Derek Trucks (B3), Eddie Vedder (A1), Hugh Williams (A2), Jennifer Warnes (B2), John Legrand (A3), Marcus Hummon (A3, B4), Mark Knopfler (B5), Micheal Smotherman (B2), Mickey Newbury (A4), Ray Bonneville (B1), Sam Coslow (A2), Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz (A5), Warren Haynes (B3)

 

1 LP, gatefold cover, 16-page booklet of lyrics & photographs

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : RTI

Label : Impex Records

Original Label : BMG

Engineered by Noah Scot Snyder

Produced by Jennifer Warnes, Roscoe Beck

Remastered by Bernie Grundman

Originally released in 2018

Reissued in 2019

 

Tracks:

Side A :

  1. Just Breathe
  2. Tomorrow Night
  3. Once I Was Loved
  4. So Sad
  5. I See Your Face Before Me

           

Side B :

  1. I Am The Big Easy
  2. The Boys And Me
  3. Back Where I Started
  4. Freedom
  5. Why Worry

 

Reviews :

"Singer/songwriter Jennifer Warnes celebrates her 50th anniversary as a recording artist with Another Time, Another Place, her first recording since 2001's The Well. Since the 1990s, Warnes has worked only when she's wanted to -- a decade passed between The Well and its predecessor, The Hunter. In this century, she has lent her voice to recordings by Sonny Landreth, Chris Hillman, Leonard Cohen, and his son Adam Cohen. Warnes and longtime collaborator Roscoe Beck (Cohen's bassist and music director and her own producer on Famous Blue Raincoat and The Hunter), began working in Austin and Los Angeles in 2015. But a string of profound losses -- a niece, two sisters, a longtime manager, ex-boyfriend, her dog and Cohen -- sidetracked the sessions several times." AllMusic Review by Thom Jurek

"Despite Warnes' Southern California roots, the country twang in her voice, so delicate and vulnerable, lends added depth to the music. Along with The Well, this LP has found a permanent spot in that part of my shelves that contains my Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez and Emmylou Harris records -- music I turn to when I need a break from the testosterone levels of most pop music and want to look inward. The session was digitally recorded in 2018 for release on CD by bass player and longtime collaborator Roscoe Beck, aided by mix engineer Noah Snyder, and mastered by Bernie Grundman. The Impex vinyl reissue was also mastered by Grundman and pressed at RTI. While not quite the equal in sound to The Well, it has nothing digital-sounding about it. The instruments (string, electric, resonator and lap guitars, violin, percussion, piano and organ in various combinations) all occupy well-defined spaces, and the voices (Warnes' as well as those of occasional backup singers) are three-dimensional and warm." Dennis Davis, The Audio Beat, July 2019

"Warnes' first album in 17 years reminds us how much this singular talent has been missed... Underscoring Warnes' wide-ranging talent are the cherished classics "Tomorrow Night" and "I See Your Face Before Me', where the lush string orchestration recalls Nelson Riddle... the spare arrangements are as cozy as a porch swing... Sonics on the 180-gram LP sport smooth airy highs and a full presence range. Though Warnes is in her early 70s, her voice has aged gracefully, her highest notes a bit more earthbound, yet filled with interpretive elasticity and luminance, and of course, glorious phrasing. Welcome back, JW." - Neil Gader, The Absolute Sound, October 2019

"The much-loved WArnes marks 50 years in the business with only her ninth album. For an Oscar/Grammy winner, she's happy to sing backing for others, but when she puts her name on the sleeve, the material has to match that artistic highpoint of her career: that LP's worth of Leonard cohen songs. Here she again shows her skills as a peerless interpreter, with songs by Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder, Mickey Newbury, Mark Knopfler, et al. Warnes moves faultlessly from genre to genre, and the Bernie Grundman-mastered sound - with rich pedal steel, Hammon organ, slide guitar, a choral group and much more - makes it wholly deserving of the Impex imprint." - Ken Kessler, hifinews.co.uk, Yearbook 2019

Another Time, Another Place can compete with any of her previous releases. Jennifer's voice is still strong and incredibly soulful if not effortless and harmonically pure. Tthe overall sound is exemplary with a rhythmic vitality and coherence that will quickly grab your attention. Arrangements are more simple and nuanced than the past, but I still found that the entire album was rendered with an additional freshness and energy. My favorite tracks include several covers from the likes of Eddie Vedder ('Just Breathe'), Derek Trucks ('Back Where I Started'), and John Legend ('Once I Was Loved'). The album ends with the Mark Knofler classic 'Why Worry' from the Dire Straits album Brothers In Arms. I never thought the original could be bettered, but the magical dance between Jennifer's lush sensual voice and Gabriel Santiago's colorful acoustic guitar provides a lifelike immediacy that will warm your heart. Another killer recording and performance from Jennifer Warnes." - Robert S. Youman, Positive Feedback, July 2019

 

Ratings :

AllMusic : 4 / 5 , Discogs : 4,23 / 5  ,  The Audio Beat : Music 4/5, Sound 4.5/5

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