Original Album Tracklisting: |
Date Performance: 2000, Running Time: 3:53
| Ready Or Not|
Date Performance: 2000, Running Time: 3:29
| Crazy For This Girl|
Date Performance: 2000, Running Time: 3:22
| Done Hangin' On Maybe|
Date Performance: 2000, Running Time: 3:32
Comments: Mick Fleetwood appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records. John Medeski appears courtesy of Blue Note Records. Dan Wilson appears courtesy of MCA Records.
| The Distance|
Date Performance: 2000, Running Time: 4:25
| Wouldn't It Be Nice To Be Proud|
Date Performance: 2000, Running Time: 4:12
| Pick Up The Phone|
Date Performance: 2000, Running Time: 3:59
| From My Head To My Heart|
Date Performance: 2000, Running Time: 3:10
| On The Bus|
Date Performance: 2000, Running Time: 3:41
| You Don't Know Me|
Date Performance: 2000, Running Time: 3:32
| Make It Better|
Date Performance: 2000, Running Time: 2:58
| I Could Fall|
Date Performance: 2000, Running Time: 4:07
Bonus Track On Reissued CD:: |
| Crazy For This Girl|
Date Performance: 2000, Running Time: 3:15
Comments: (Acoustic Version)
| Guest Appearances »|
Rusty Anderson, Dave Anthony, Kenny (M.F.) Aronoff, Greg(g) Arreguin, Dave Bassett, Jeff(rey) (Skunk) Baxter, Michael Bland, Chris Bruce, T-Bone (Joseph Henry) Burnett, Matt Chamberlain, Vinnie Colaiuta, Dorian Crozier, Mark Dobson, John Fields, Mick Fleetwood, Steve Holztman, Jay Joyce, Suzy/Suzie Katayama, Jim Keltner, Nick Lane, Darrel(l) Leonard, Don McCollister, John Medeski, Jamie Muhoberac/Mahoberac, Marc Ribot, Carmen Rizzo, Matt Serletic, Leland (Lee) Sklar, Ben(mont) (M.) Tench(, III), Patric(k) Warren, Dan Wilson
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Domestic Vinyl/CD Album
| Other Appearances »
Glen Ballard (Songwriter), Dave Bassett (Songwriter), Jeff Cohen (Songwriter), Billy Falcon (Songwriter), Ty Lacy (Songwriter), Jaron (David) Lowenstein (Songwriter), Evan (Mitchell) Lowenstein (Songwriter), Evan (Mitchell) Lowenstein (Songwriter), Jaron (David) Lowenstein (Songwriter), Matt Serletic (Songwriter), Dan Wilson (Songwriter), David (Daoud) Coleman (Art Direction), Ria Lewerke (Art Direction), Andrew MacPherson (Cover Photography), John Fields (Produced By), Jaron (David) Lowenstein (Produced By), Evan (Mitchell) Lowenstein (Produced By), Jaron (David) Lowenstein (Produced By), Evan (Mitchell) Lowenstein (Produced By), Matt Serletic (Produced By), David Tickle (Produced By), Greg Collins (Engineered By), Lippman Entertainment (Management), Ken Allardyce/Alydice (Recorded By), Joe Barissi (Recorded By), Brad Cook (Recorded By), John Fields (Recorded By), Jaron (David) Lowenstein (Recorded By), Evan (Mitchell) Lowenstein (Recorded By), Jaron (David) Lowenstein (Recorded By), Evan (Mitchell) Lowenstein (Recorded By), Don McCollister (Recorded By), Mike Piersante (Recorded By), Rick (Soldier) Will (Recorded By), Bob Clearmountain (Mixed By), Tom Lord-Alge (Mixed By), Pat McCarthy (Mixed By), Mike Shipley (Mixed By), Stephen/Steve Marcussen (Mastered By), Matt Serletic (Arranged By), Kevin Harp (Mixing Assisted By), Tim Devine (A&R), Jeff Moses (Engineering Assisted By), Christine Sirois (2nd Engineer), Jennifer Glaisek (Publicity), Tracy Shaffer (Publicity), John Fields (Programming By), Jaron (David) Lowenstein (Programming By), Evan (Mitchell) Lowenstein (Programming By), Jaron (David) Lowenstein (Programming By), Evan (Mitchell) Lowenstein (Programming By), John Fields (Sequencing By), Jaron (David) Lowenstein (Sequencing By), Evan (Mitchell) Lowenstein (Sequencing By), Jaron (David) Lowenstein (Sequencing By), Evan (Mitchell) Lowenstein (Sequencing By), T-Bone (Joseph Henry) Burnett (Executive Produced By), Jordan Burger (Booking Agent), Matt Bass (Inside Photography), Michael Canterbury (Inside Photography), Andrew MacPherson (Inside Photography)
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Columbia/Sony/SBME Special Mkts
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| Liner Notes »|
Recorded at Village Recorder (Los Angeles, CA), Cello Studios (Los Angeles, CA), Blue Boy Studios (Los Angeles, CA), SunsetGucci Replica jackie bag
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Sound (Hollywood, CA), Sound City (Van Nuys, CA), A&M Studio & Mastering (Hollywood, CA), Capitol (Hollywood, CA), Funkytown (Minneapolis, MN), Nickel & Dime (Avondale Estates, GA), Larrabee Studio (Hollywood, CA), Sony Studios (Santa Monica, CA),
Mixed at Record Plant (Los Angeles, CA), Record One (North Hollywood, CA), Cello Studios (Los Angeles, CA), South Beach Studios (Miami Beach, FL),
Mastered at A&M Studio & Mastering (Hollywood, CA)
Thank You: G-d, Stuart Wax, Mom and Dad, Jordan Burger, Lee Leipsner, Don Ienner, John Fields, Kassini Cohen, Dennis Atha, T Bone Burnett, Tim Devine, Charlie Walk, Will Botwin, Jerry Blair, Leslie Fram, Lee Jay, Andrea, Merissa, Debbie, John Varvatos, Liza Rhima, Evan Lamberg, Jeff Greenberg and all the "Village" people, Lynn & Mick Fleetwood, Pam McConnell, Adam Katz, Frank McDonough, Lisa Blum, Etan Goldman, Jim Burruss, the Nalins, Robert Shahnazarian, Noah Hartman, Rodger Carter, Christine Sirois, Michael Kalish, Jimmy Buffett, Jimmy Baron, Sean Demery, Tom, Cajka, John Ingrassia, Greg Linn, Ari Soble, Dina Barrington, Mike Shipley, Jay Froberg, David Fritz, Yisroel, Natalie Ciner, Lochlyn Munro, Kevin Raub, Howard Kaufman, Jeff Cohen, Dave Bassett, Michael Badami, Matt Eichen, Rich Eldredge, Don McCollister, Robert Hicks, Dave Koz, Nanci Walker, Glen Brunman, Debbie Patton, Karen Glauber, Chris Blackwell, Jon Voight, David Gurfein, Jim & Michele Cohen, Stan Lynch, David Miriam Libo, Eddie Mendelsohn, Tom Lord-Alge, Walter Absher, David Coleman, Cary Pierce, Robin Reinhardt, Carl Rumbaugh, Ben Shleifer, Dan Wilson, John Medeski, Jim Keltner, Ty Lacy, Gregg Latterman, Margie Weatherly, Constance Schwartz, Tracy Shaffer, Barry Squire, Rachel Zalis, Candace @ Cello Studios, Beth Altshull, Dave Falzone, Billy Falcon, Larry Mestel, Enny Wax, Dorian Crozier, Alyssa Clark, Jennifer Glaisek and of course everyone else at Columbia Records that we have and have not had the pleasure of meeting who will be making our life at Columbia a living heaven.
This record is dedicated to the memory of Kate Adams - It won't be the same without you.
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Very deep music but with a playful beat
Review written by Carolyn, January 8th, 2005
I really think Evan and Jaron are talented musicians. I wouldn't mind picking up the album "We Haven't Heard of You Either" except for the small problem that it's out of print. Anyway, "I Could Fall" is a beautiful song, and after reading Evan's explanation I liked it even more. "Pick up the Phone" to me is a prayer and I play it whenever I feel sad. Which isn't often but I play the song all the time anyway.
Tunes haven't grabbed me yet but nice sounding disc
Review written by John Fitzgerald, January 8th, 2005
Mick is listed as playing on the fourth song which is called "Done hangin' on maybe". It's a pretty catchy uptempo number but this record oddly reminds me of the Agnes Stone album in that it sounds very good on it's instrumentation and production but, so far, I can't say many of the tunes themselves have grabbed me but I feel confident that I may find a couple of favorites on this disc in time with a few more listens but you'll warm fast to the platter if you like the pop rock style of say Matthew Sweet and Counting Crows as
this is what this reminds me of a little but these guys are less rough with a little bit more keyboards. It will be interesting to see how their sound matures on their follow-up release but this is not a bad start.
Evan and Jaron are amazing artists
Review written by Anonymous, January 8th, 2005
Everything about this cd is awesome-- what sets this group apart from the rest of the boybands today is that these guys can sing and play their own instruments...they are not a prototype, nsync look alike band-- these guys have been around for awhile, and now its their time to shine.
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Discography entry submitted by Jensen.