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PATTI SCIALFA - PLAY IT AS IT LAYS CD EDITADO EN 2007 COLUMBIA RECORDS UPC 886971129328 

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PATTI SCIALFA - PLAY IT AS IT LAYS

CD EDITADO EN 2007

COLUMBIA RECORDS UPC 886971129328

 

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Track Listing
1. Looking for Elvis
2. Like Any Woman Would
3. Town Called Heartbreak
4. Play Around
5. Rainy Day Man
6. Word, The
7. Bad for You
8. Run, Run, Run
9. Play It as It Lays
10. Black Ladder

Details
Playing Time: 39 min.
Producer: Patti Scialfa, Steve Jordan, Ron Aniello, Brandon Duncan
Distributor: Sony Music Distribution
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a


Album Notes
Personnel: Patti Scialfa (acoustic guitar); Mark Scialfa (guitar, banjo, cello); Mark Stewart (banjo); Clifford Carter, Clofford Carter (keyboards); Scott Tibbs (synthesizer, string synthesizer); Willie Weeks, Jeremy Chatzky (bass guitar); Michelle Moore (vocals, background vocals); Nils Lofgren (guitar, dobro); Ron Aniello (guitar, keyboards); Bruce Springsteen (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, harmonica); Steve Jordan (acoustic guitar, drums, percussion); Soozie Tyrell (violin, background vocals); Crusher Bennett (percussion); Cindy Mizelle, Curtis King, Lisa Lowell (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Bob Clearmountain.
Recording information: Thrill Hill Studios.
Photographers: Bruce Springsteen; Sante d'Orazio.
Forever better-known for being Mrs. Bruce Springsteen than for her own music, Patti Scialfa owes more musically to a kindred foxy redhead, Bonnie Raitt. The pop-rock of PLAY IT AS IT LAYS has a bluesy edge akin to Raitt's that suits Scialfa's admirably careworn voice. Named after Joan Didion's starkly depressing novel but bearing a joyful feel out of the Stax Records studios, PLAY IT AS IT LAYS features the rollicking first single "Looking For Elvis," the equally powerful strutter "Town Called Heartbreak," and the moody piano ballad "The Word."

Editorial Reviews
3 stars out of 5 -- Scialfa's third is the most complete and satisfying of her career, the lyrical candour matched by the open-ended optimism of the band...
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3.5 stars out of 5 -- [O]n these tightly focused, grown-up vignettes about sin and salvation and the hard-fought struggles for honesty in a relationship, she slurs and bebops like Rickie Lee Jones.
Rolling Stone