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This is a hybrid Super Audio CD playable on both regular and Super Audio CD players. Nickel Creek: Chris Thile (vocals, guitar, bouzouki, mandolin); Sean Watkins (vocals, guitar); Sara Watkins (vocals, fiddle, strings). Additional personnel: Byron House (acoustic bass); Edgar Meyer (arco bass). Recorded at Emerald Sound, Seventeen Grand, The Brown Cloud Studios, Nashville, Tennessee. THIS SIDE won the 2003 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album. "Smoothie Song" was nominated for the 2003 Grammy Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance. Personnel: Chris Thile (vocals, guitar, bouzouki, mandolin, strings); Sean Watkins (vocals, guitar); Sara Watkins (vocals, fiddle, strings); Byron House (acoustic bass); Edgar Meyer (upright bass). Audio Mixer: Gary Paczosa. Recording information: Seventeen Grand, Emerald Sound Studio, The Brown Cloud,. Editor: Tracy Martinson. Illustrator: Terry Hoff. Photographer: John Chiasson. Arrangers: Chris Thile; Sean Watkins; Sara Watkins . When they first made their...
Song List: Disc 1
1. Smoothie Song
2. Spit on a Stranger
3. Speak
4. Hanging by a Thread/The Day After Christmas
5. I Should've Known Better
6. This Side
7. Green and Gray
8. Seven Wonders
9. House Carpenter
10. Beauty and the Mess
11. Sabra Girl
12. Young
13. Brand New Sidewalk
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Label:  Sugar Hill Records
ArtistNickel Creek
Release Date:  August 13, 2002
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review by . December 07, 2007
posted in Music Matters
Pros: Eclectic mix of sounds, beautiful instrumentals and vocals     Cons: None     The Bottom Line: The unique sound Nickel Creek produced on this album with the help of Alison Krauss is not to be passed up.     As a daughter of a wonderful fiddle and mandolin player, I've always had more of an interest in bluegrass music than most people my age. My favorite memories from all points of my life generally include bluegrass: my father plucking …
review by . May 14, 2005
Pros: Instrumental; one.     Cons: They changed the formula, and strayed away from bluegrass.     The Bottom Line: Having explored the other side, I hope that they get back to their bluegrass roots and leave the folk music genre to those who perform it much better then they.     Nickel Creek, the young, brash bluegrass band from the hills and harbors of San Diego impressed me with their debut album, aptly titled Nickel Creek. Helped along …
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