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Another Country (Tift Merritt album)

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Released  February 26, 2008
Another Country (2008)  Buckingham Solo (2009)
Release date  26 February 2008
Label  Fantasy Records
Length  42:02
Artist  Tift Merritt
Producer  George Drakoulias
Genre  Alternative country
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Recorded  Dave's Room Los Angeles, California
Similar  Tambourine, Bramble Rose, Buckingham Solo

another country tift merritt

Another Country is a studio album by singer-songwriter Tift Merritt. It was recorded in the summer of 2007, produced in L.A. by George Drakoulias, and released on February 26, 2008 by Fantasy Records. For her third album, Tift Merritt took hiatus with a piano in Paris and came home with her most personal and powerful songs to date. Merritt has described the writing as a plainspoken look at the distance we all attempt to cross: between two people, between one heart and the rest of the world.


In its first week of release, the album's first single "Broken" reached #1 on the Americana Radio Chart compiled by the Americana Music Association. This is her second time working with producer George Drakoulias, who produced her last studio album Tambourine.

Tift merritt another country

Track list

All songs written by Tift Merritt, unless otherwise noted.


  • Tift Merritt - Vocals, guitar, piano
  • Zeke Hutchins - Drums
  • Charlie Sexton - Guitar
  • Doug Pettibone - Guitar, Pedal steel guitar
  • Josh Schwartz - Rhythm guitars
  • George Drakoulias - Acoustic guitar, percussion
  • David Ralicky - Horns
  • Patrick Warren - Chamberlain
  • David Bianco, Rafael Serrano - Recording engineer
  • David Bianco - Mixing
  • Doug Sax, Sangwook "Sunny" Nam - Mastering
  • Mark Borthwick - Photography
  • Tommy Steele - Art direction
  • Songs

    1Something To Me4:11
    3Another Country4:45


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