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An American Trilogy (album)

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Released  2011
Artist  Mickey Newbury
Label  St. Cecilia Music
Recorded  1969-73
Release date  2011
Genre  Country music
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Producer  Chris Campion (Box set)
Blue To This Day (2003)  An American Trilogy" (2011)
Similar  Frisco Mabel Joy, Looks Like Rain, Heaven Help the Child, After All These Years, Live at Montezuma Hall

Mickey newbury an american trilogy

An American Trilogy is a box set of three remastered albums by Mickey Newbury recorded between 1969 and 1973 at Cinderella Sound studio, in Madison, Tennessee, alongside an additional album of rare and unreleased recordings, entitled Better Days. It was released in 2011 on Saint Cecilia Knows, in association with the Newbury family and their label Mountain Retreat. The box includes the albums "Looks Like Rain" (originally released on Mercury records in 1969), "Frisco Mabel Joy" and "Heaven Help The Child" (released, respectively, in 1971 and 1973, both on Elektra records). All three albums has been remastered for the first time on CD from the original master tapes, long thought to have been destroyed in a fire.


Albums included

  1. "Looks Like Rain" (1969)
  2. "Frisco Mabel Joy" (1971)
  3. "Heaven Help The Child" (1973)
  4. "Better Days" (2011)


  • Jessica Thompson & Steve Rosenthal – mastering engineers
  • Brian Thorn & Steve Rosenthal – remix engineers ("Looks Like Rain")
  • Chris Campion – box set producer
  • Chris Campion & Susan Archie – art direction and design
  • Masumi Kobayashi – illustration
  • Chris Campion, Ben Fong Torres, Kris Kristofferson, Kenny Rogers, Will Oldham – liner notes
  • Songs

    Write a Song a Song / Angeline7:12
    She Even Woke Me Up to Say Goodbye3:59
    I Don't Think Much About Her No More5:47


    An American Trilogy (album) Wikipedia

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