Marc Cohn - Burning The Daze
|1||Lost You In The Canyon|
Bass – Mark PlatiDrums – Shawn PeltonGuitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Mandolin, Vocals – John LeventhalHandclaps – Rick Depofi, Rodney CrowellVocals, Guitar, Piano [Tack] – Marc Cohn
|2||Turn On Your Radio|
Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion – John LeventhalFrench Horn – Peter Gordon Vocals, Percussion – Marc Cohn
|3||Turn To Me|
Backing Vocals – Darryl Johnson, Malcolm BurnBass – Mark PlatiDrums – Brady BladeGuitar, Piano, Melodica, Percussion – John LeventhalVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Marc Cohn
|4||Girl Of Mysterious Sorrow|
Bass, Electric Guitar, Guitar [Nylon String], Tambura, Keyboards, Percussion – John LeventhalDrums – Shawn PeltonVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Marc Cohn
Backing Vocals – Curtis King, Jr, Frank Floyd, Kenny White Bass – Mark PlatiDrums, Percussion – Shawn PeltonGuitar, Organ – John LeventhalHarmony Vocals – Patty GriffinVocals, Piano, Backing Vocals – Marc Cohn
|6||Valley Of The Kings|
Bass, Accordion, Lute [Citern] – T-Bone WolkDrums – Shawn PeltonPercussion – Kenny White Vocals, Slide Guitar [National] – Marc Cohn
Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Mandolin – John LeventhalDrums – Shawn PeltonFlugelhorn – Chris BottiVocals – Rosanne CashVocals, Piano – Marc Cohn
|8||Saints Preserve Us|
Bass – Toby MyersDrums – Aaron ComessGuitar – Bill DillonHorn [Arrangement] – John LeventhalOrgan, Percussion – Malcolm BurnTenor Saxophone – Rick DepofiTrombone – Larry FarrellVocals, Piano – Marc Cohn
Backing Vocals – Catherine Russell, Patty GriffinBass, Guitar, Keyboards, Glockenspiel – John LeventhalDrums – Shawn PeltonHarmony Vocals – Martin SextonMarimba – Rick DepofiVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Marc Cohn
Acoustic Guitar – Larry CampbellCello – Jane ScarpentoniGuitar [High String] – John LeventhalHarmonium – Jon BrionVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Marc Cohn
Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Harmonica – John LeventhalDrums – Shawn PeltonHarmony Vocals – Patty GriffinTenor Saxophone – Rick DepofiTrumpet – Chris BottiVocals, Acoustic Guitar, Percussion – Marc Cohn
|CD 82909||Marc Cohn||Burning The Daze (CD, Album)||Atlantic||CD 82909||Canada||1998|
|82909-2||Marc Cohn||Burning The Daze (CD, Album)||Atlantic||82909-2||US||1998|
|AMCY-2572||Marc Cohn||Burning The Daze (CD, Album)||Atlantic||AMCY-2572||Japan||1998|
|82909-2P||Marc Cohn||Burning The Daze (CD, Album, Promo)||Atlantic||82909-2P||US||1998|
|82909-2||Marc Cohn||Burning The Daze (CD, Club)||Atlantic||82909-2||US||1998|
- Producer – John Leventhal (tracks: 1 to 8, 10), Malcolm Burn (tracks: 6, 8), Marc Cohn, Paul Samwell-Smith (tracks: 4, 9)
- Written-By – Harry Nilsson (tracks: 10), John Leventhal (tracks: 1), Kevin Salem (tracks: 8), Marc Cohn (tracks: 1 to 9, 11)
℗&© 1998 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.
"Turn On Your Radio" contains contents of "I've Got a Feeling" (Lennon/McCartney), used with permission of Sony/ATV Songs, LLC.
- Barcode: 075678290923
- Barcode (Text): 0 7567-82909-2 3
- Label Code: LC 0121
- Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
- Price Code: EW 851
- Matrix / Runout: [Warner logo] 756782909-2 02/98
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L011
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 05F4
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Copyright (c) – WEA International Inc.
- Published By – Museum Steps Music
- Published By – Lev-A-Tunes
- Published By – Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
- Published By – Van Rier Music
- Published By – EMI Blackwood Music Inc.
- Made By – Warner Music Manufacturing Europe
Marc Cohn is the self-titled debut studio album released in 1991 by American singer-songwriter Marc Cohn. The album peaked at No. 38 on the Billboard 200 Chart. It was RIAA certified gold in 1992 and was certified platinum in 1996. The album is known for the hit single Walking in Memphis. Following the release of the album, Cohn won the 1992 Grammy Award for Best New Artist. Track 9 written by Willie Dixon all other tracks written by Marc Cohn. Don Alias percussion 3, chimes 5. Burning the Daze, Marc Cohn's third album, finally appeared in the spring of 1998, nearly five years after the release of his second, Rainy Season. Although he was out of the spotlight for many years, he didn't use his sabbatical to explore new music. Essentially, Burning the Daze follows the same musical pattern as his first two albums - it's adult contemporary pop with slight folk and country influences. Cohn tends to polish his productions a little too much, which lessens the melodic impact of the songs somewhat. Album 1998 11 Songs. Burning the Daze Marc Cohn. Cohn: все альбомы, включая Work To Do , Careful What You Dream: Lost Songs and Rarities , Evolution of a Record и другие. Burning the Daze is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Marc Cohn, released in 1998 on Atlantic Records. The album peaked at number 114 on the Billboard 200 Chart. All tracks written by Marc Cohn, except where noted. Craig Bishop assistant engineer. Brady Blade, Jr. John Bleich mixing assistant. Chris Botti trumpet, flugelhorn. Thomas Bricker art direction, design. Jon Brion harmonium. Malcolm Burn organ, percussion, background vocals, producer, engineer. Marc Cohn. Already Home, 04:43. Girl of Mysterious Sorrow, 04:17. Now playing . Birth name. Marc Craig Cohn. July 5, 1959. Rolling down the window Burning up the daze Cutting through the veil that keeps on blinding me I was only sleeping Waiting here for you Waiting for your touch that keeps reminding me. Well I've seen the world of wonders Been underneath it too But it took a while just to find my way Back to something true like. Burning the Daze. Released 1998. Burning the Daze Tracklist. Burning The Daze. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. Marc Cohn battles the same demons most singersongwriters encounter: How to follow up the great first album Even two albums down the road. He wins - mostly. If you are a fan you know exactly what that means. Walking in Memphis' still echoes in all of his work as the benchmark to strive for. But this truly isn't where he should be judged. So many of the cuts on that first, self-titled album are genuinely better songs. True Companion. Saving the best for last. These are Marc Cohn