|1||Feel Much Better|
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar [Melody Electric Guitar], Synthesizer, Organ, Vocals – JimBass Guitar – DarrenDrums, Shaker – PeterElectric Guitar, Glockenspiel [Loop] – Ian
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – JimBass – DarrenDrums – PeterElectric Guitar, Vocals – Ian
Piano, Drums, Glockenspiel, Organ [Pump], Vocals – JimVoice [Saw Voice] – Ian
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals – IanBass – DarrenDrums, Tambourine – PeterElectric Guitar, Synthesizer, Organ [Korg], Electric Piano [Delay Wurlitzer], Vocals – Jim
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Synthesizer, Keyboards [Casio], Piano, Mellotron [Samples], Vocals – JimBass – DarrenDrums, Shaker, Tambourine – PeterResonator Guitar [Dobro], Electric Guitar – IanVocals [Second Voice] – Jim Cuddy
Bass Guitar – DarrenDrums, Shaker – PeterElectric Guitar, Guitar [E-bow Guitar], Vocals – IanElectric Guitar, Synthesizer, Keyboards [Casio], Vocals – JimPedal Steel Guitar – Tom Thompson Voice – Lynn Miles
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals – JimBass Guitar – DarrenDrums – PeterElectric Guitar, Harmony Vocals – IanSynthesizer – Dave Draves
|8||Accidental Country Leaning|
Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals – JimBass Guitar – DarrenDrums – PeterGuitar [Tremolo Guitar] – IanHarmony Vocals [3-part] – Dave Draves
|9||At Least For Now|
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Harmony Vocals, Vocals [Saw Vocals] – IanBass Guitar – DarrenDrums, Shaker – PeterElectric Guitar, Glockenspiel, Banjo, Vocals – JimSynthesizer, Synthesizer [Wind Synth] – Dave Draves
|10||The Lost Ocassional|
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mellotron [Samples], Vocals – JimBass – DarrenDrums – PeterElectric Guitar – IanElectric Piano [Wurlitzer] – Dave DravesPedal Steel Guitar – Tom Thompson Trumpet, English Horn – David Travers-Smith
|11||Sleeping In Toronto|
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Organ, Vocals – JimBass – DarrenDrums, Shaker – PeterElectric Guitar, Electric Guitar [12 String], Harmony Vocals – Ian
|7697422521||Jim Bryson||The North Side Benches (CD)||The Orange Record Label||7697422521||Canada||2003|
- Band [The Occasionals] – Darren Hore, Dave Draves, Ian LeFeuvre, Peter Von Althen, Tom Thompson
- Booking – Rob Zifarelli
- Design, Layout – Leila Younis
- Edited By [Pro Tools Editing] – Ian LeFeuvre
- Guest [With] – David Travers-Smith, Jim Cuddy, Lynn Miles
- Legal – The Law Office Of Greg Stephens
- Management – Susan de Cartier
- Mastered By – Greg Calbi
- Mixed By – David Travers-Smith, Ian LeFeuvre
- Other [Web Site Design & Maintenance] – Chris Page
- Photography By – Shane Ward
- Photography By [Spiral Stairs Photo] – Jim
- Producer – Ian LeFeuvre, Jim Bryson
- Producer [Additional Production] – Dave Draves
- Recorded By – Dave Draves, Ian LeFeuvre
- Recorded By [Additional Recording] – David Travers-Smith
- Songwriter – Jim Bryson
NotesLimited pressing of 750 copies.
(P) & (C) 2003 The Orange Record Label.
Source recordings on B11: Bob's Lake, Dacre, Ont. August 2001 & Ian's AM radio.
Recorded @ Little Bullhorn and Slow Poke Studios, Ottawa.
Additional recording @ Found Sound, Toronto.
Mixed @ Found Sound, Toronto.
Mastered @ Sterling Sound, New York City, New York.
Recorded and mixed 2003.
- Barcode: 7697422521
- Matrix / Runout: 7697422521-A
- Matrix / Runout: 7697422521-B
- Rights Society: SOCAN/BMI
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Orange Record Label
- Copyright (c) – The Orange Record Label
- Manufactured By – Universal Music Canada Inc.
- Distributed By – Universal Music Canada Inc.
- Published By – Starcana Music
- Published By – Jim Bryson
- Recorded At – Little Bullhorn Productions
- Recorded At – Slow Poke Studios
- Recorded At – Found Sound Production
- Mixed At – Found Sound Production
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
Short introThe North Side Benches - Jim Bryson. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Jim Bryson's second album and the second with his band the Occasionals shows him getting more comfortable in the studio. Though it keeps country-rock as its main focus, The North Side Benches smoothes out the sound and the songwriting where the guitars may have roared into overdrive on the first album, here they're restrained to a pleasant buzz and complemented nicely by the rest of the instrumentation. The added sonic richness still isn't enough to hide the melancholy, though. Album-opener Sleeping in Toronto is a bitter goodbye letter to someone who didn't. Jim Bryson is a Canadian singer-songwriter. Briefly a founding member of the band Punchbuggy, he moved to a musical life under his own name with the release of his debut album, The Occasionals, in 2000. A member of singer-songwriter Kathleen Edwards's touring band, Bryson has also toured and recorded with many other artists, including Howe Gelb, Lynn Miles, Sarah Harmer, The Weakerthans, Hilotrons and The Tragically Hip. The North Side Benches LP, Album, Ltd, Ora. The Orange Record Label. 이 버전 판매. Jim Bryson 2. The North Side Benches CD. Listen free to Jim Bryson The North Side Benches Sleeping In Toronto, Somewhere Else and more. 11 tracks 42:27. The North Side Benches. Jim Bryson. Country North Side Benches is the second album by Canadian singer-songwriter Jim Bryson. Recorded primarily in Ottawa, Ontario, where Bryson is based, the album was released in 2003. A version of the song Somewhere Else was also recorded by alternative country singer Kathleen Edwards on her 2003 album Back to Me. All songs written by Jim Bryson. or open in our Desktop app. Released 2003. The North Side Benches Tracklist. Somewhere Else Lyrics. About The North Side Benches. The North Side Benches Q&A. More Jim Bryson albums. More Jim Bryson. Listen to The North Side Benches now
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