Cello – Sascha GroschangDouble Bass – Andrew RoitsteinFlute – Phaedon SinisTrombone – Andrew StrainTrumpet – Eric OberthalerViola – Djeina HarutaViolin – Katie Kresek, Philip Payton, Yeolim Nam
|1-2||Have One On Me
Backing Vocals – Lily StormBassoon – Shawn Jones Horn – Alex CamphouseOboe – Laura ReynoldsPiano – Dan CantrellRecorder [Alto, Tenor & Bass] – Judith LinsenbergStrings [Tarhu], Kemenche – Phaedon SinisTambura [Bulgarian], Kaval – Ryan FrancesconiTimpani – Dan KoretzkyTrumpet – Eric OberthalerViolin – Katie Kresek, Philip Payton
|1-4||Good Intentions Paving Company
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Banjo, Mandolin – Ryan FrancesconiOrgan [Hammond] – Dan CantrellTrombone – Andrew Strain
Bassoon – Shawn Jones Clarinet [Bass] – Patrick CressFlute – Phaedon SinisOboe – Laura Reynolds
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Tambura [Bulgarian], Banjo, Mandolin [Mondolin], Recorder [Soprano] – Ryan Francesconi
|2-1||On A Good Day||1:49|
|2-2||You And Me, Bess
Backing Vocals – Greg Moore , Thom Moore Horn – Alex CamphouseTrombone – Andrew StrainTrumpet – Eric Oberthaler
Acoustic Guitar, Tambura [Bulgarian], Banjo – Ryan FrancesconiBassoon – Shawn Jones Cello – Sascha GroschangDouble Bass – Andrew RoitsteinFlute – Phaedon SinisHorn – Alex CamphouseOboe – Laura ReynoldsPiano – Dan CantrellTrumpet – Eric OberthalerViola – Djeina HarutaViolin – Katie Kresek, Philip Payton
Acoustic Guitar, Tambura [Bulgarian], Banjo – Ryan FrancesconiKora – Kane Mathis
|3-1||Soft As Chalk||6:29|
Cello – Sascha GroschangHorn – Alex CamphouseTrombone – Andrew StrainTrumpet – Eric OberthalerViola – Djeina HarutaViolin – Katie Kresek, Philip Payton, Yeolim Nam
Cello – Sascha GroschangMandolin, Tambura [Bulgarian] – Ryan FrancesconiViolin – Katie Kresek, Philip Payton
Cello – Sascha GroschangCornet – Eric OberthalerHarpsichord, Organ [Pump], Accordion – Dan CantrellRecorder [Alto And Tenor] – Judith LinsenbergTambura [Bulgarian], Kaval – Ryan FrancesconiTrombone – Andrew StrainVielle, Rebec – Shira KammenViol [Viola Da Gamba] – David Morris Viola – Djeina HarutaViolin – Katie Kresek, Philip Payton
|3-6||Does Not Suffice
Electric Guitar, Banjo – Ryan FrancesconiViolin – Lila Sklar
|DC390CD||Joanna Newsom||Have One On Me (3xCD, Album + Box)||Drag City||DC390CD||US||2010|
|DC390C||Joanna Newsom||Have One On Me (3xCass, Album)||Drag City||DC390C||US||2018|
|DC390CD||Joanna Newsom||Have One On Me (3xCD, Album, Promo + Box)||Drag City||DC390CD||US||2010|
|DC390CD||Joanna Newsom||Have One On Me (3xCD, Album + Box)||Drag City||DC390CD||Australia||2010|
|DC390, dc390||Joanna Newsom||Have One On Me (3xLP, Album + Box)||Drag City, Drag City||DC390, dc390||US||2010|
Have One On Me by Joanna Newsom, released 23 February 2010 1. Easy 2. Have One On Me 3. 81 4. Good Intentions Paving Company 5. No Provenance 6. Baby Birch 7. On A Good Day 8. You And Me, Bess 9. In California 10. Jackrabbits 11. Go Long 12. Occident 13. Soft As Chalk 14. Esme 15. Autumn 16. Ribbon Bows 17. Kingfisher 18. Does Not Suffice. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album. Includes unlimited streaming of Have One On Me via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Ys (/ˈiːs/ EESS) is the second studio album by American musician Joanna Newsom. It was released by Drag City on November 6, 2006. The album was produced by Newsom and Van Dyke Parks, recorded by Steve Albini, mixed by Jim O'Rourke, with accompanying orchestral arrangements by Van Dyke Parks. It features guest vocals from Newsom's then-boyfriend Bill Callahan and from her sister, Emily Newsom
It was a little disturbing at first to hear that Joanna Newsom's full-length follow-up to the ambitious and polarizing Ys would be a triple album. Most of the tracks were short and the sound was spare; you pretty much liked it or you didn't based on how you felt about Newsom's sound and her ability to put a song together. Ys, on the other hand, was unapologetically dense. While songs here evoke moments of Ys and Milk-Eyed and Newsom's harp is still the dominant musical focus, it's striking how much Have One on Me feels like its own thing. Not a progression, exactly, more of a deepening. You can feel roots going down and an edifice being built.
Have One on Me. Joanna Newsom. Released February 23, 2010. Have One on Me Tracklist. 2. Have One On Me Lyrics. Have One on Me Q&A. Calligraphy Corinna Taylor. Cover Painting Becca Mann. Photography Annabel Mehran. Producers Joanna Newsom. Writers Joanna Newsom & Neal Morgan. Acoustic Guitar Ryan Francesconi
Joanna Newsom's album is flawless. It is not only an album, but an experience. If you can get over her eccentric vocal style, you will find 2 hours of beauty, thought, and heart. Have One On Me' is difficult to take in, it's two-hour running time being the prime cause of this, but if you dip in and out of it, it is'Have One On Me' is difficult to take in, it's two-hour running time being the prime cause of this, but if you dip in and out of it, it. is haunting and enjoyable. Newsom's voice just keeps maturing and here it is at it's best, the songs are not as groundbreaking as they were on 'Ys', but they sound more comfortable.
Her songs are epics, twisting and turning with unexpected detours into classical motifs that jar the rhythmic flow. Her voice has become more mannered and able to soothe like a folk maiden on her third studio album, the 18-track masterwork Have One On Me. Fourteen of the tracks pass the six-minute mark, with eight minutes being the normal range
If you were one of those people who hated Joanna Newsom's Ys simply because of her voice, then you'll like Have One On Me. If you became obsessed with her after the release of Ys and subsequently developed a fur fetish, you'll still like Have One On Me, only with the stipulation that her earlier work is better. If you're against "indie hipster bullshit," then you'll like it but pretend you don't. Listen to i. And that should be a stronger recommendation than anything else I could say. The album makes me want to die. It makes every longing I have so much worse yet somehow better. It gives desire a definition and a purpose.
One of the odder things about Joanna Newsom is her tendency to be compared, by fans and critics, to all manner of mythical forest-dwelling creatures: pixies, elves, sprites, Björk. These comparisons, while not always flattering on the surface, are typically meant as compliments, to underscore the otherworldly, enchanting quality of Newsom’s music. It’s a two-hour, three-disc affair called Have One on Me (I would have gone with The Audacity of Harp). The new material is no Ys rehash, but that doesn’t mean that Newsom has matured as a songwriter. We get a better idea of where the remainder of the album is going by the first disc’s Good Intentions Paving Company, an unusually upbeat number that makes inspired use of jazz-styled percussion around the two- and six-minute marks.