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A Camp (album)

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Released  3 September 2001
Length  66:26
Release date  20 August 2001
Recorded  1998 & 2000
Artist  A Camp
Producer  Mark Linkous
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Label  Universal/Polydor Stockholm
Genres  Alternative rock, Country pop
Awards  Grammis Award for Album of the Year, Grammis Award for Pop/Rock of the Year - Female
Similar  Mark Linkous albums, Alternative rock albums

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A Camp is the self-titled debut album by A Camp, the side project of Nina Persson, vocalist for the popular Swedish indie/pop band The Cardigans. The album garnered significant critical acclaim from music critics. It produced two singles, "I Can Buy You" (UK #46) and "Song for the Leftovers". The album reached #87 on the UK Album Chart.

Contents

Track listing

All songs by Nina Persson and Niclas Frisk, unless otherwise stated.

"Rock 'n' Roll Ghost" produced by Niclas Frisk. "The Bluest Eyes in Texas" produced by Nathan Larson. All other songs produced by Mark Linkous

Musicians

  • Nina Persson – Lead vocals, Jupiter 6, Mellotron, organ & bass pedals
  • Nathan Larson – Guitars, Optigan, bass guitar, baritone guitar, piano, organ, synthesizers, and backing vocals
  • Mark Linkous – Guitars, Optigan, tweaking, samples, tape manipulation, and backing vocals
  • Niclas Frisk – Guitars, piano, harmonica, Mellotron, and backing vocals
  • Clayton Doley – Piano, Hammond B3 and Vox organs, Mellotron, and Wurlitzer
  • Scott Minor – Sample programming and signal processing
  • Karl Berger – String arrangements and conducting
  • Andrew Innes – Alto and tenor saxophones
  • Al Weatherhead – Bass and slide guitar, mixing
  • Kevin March – Drums and percussion
  • Niko Rohicke – Pedal steel guitar
  • Joan Wasser – Viola and violin
  • Jason Glasser – Cello
  • Miguel Urbiztondo – Drums
  • Anders Hernestam – Drums
  • Jane Scarpantoni – Cello
  • Charlie Malmberg = Piano
  • David Knowles – Trumpet
  • Anders Paulson – Bass
  • Paul Watson – Cornet
  • Jess Hoffa – Saw
  • Production

  • Mixed by Al Weatherhead
  • Mastered by Bjorn Engelmann
  • Artwork and design by Åbäke
  • Critical reception

    Allmusic's Tim DiGravina praised the album as "a charming return to basic songcraft and a collaboration that will hopefully bear more fruit in the future" in comparison with Nina Persson's previous work with the Cardigans. The Guardian's Dave Simpson enthused that "this may well be Persson's best album", and called it "a major work, whatever it sells". Yahoo's Josh Rogan had special praise for producer Mark Linkous, concluding that "Linkous has crafted an album that compliments Persson's songs and vision to great effect".

    Songs

    1Frequent Flyer3:23
    2I Can Buy You3:50
    3Angel of Sadness4:22

    References

    A Camp (album) Wikipedia


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