Gillian Welch ‎– Time (The Revelator)

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Acony Records ‎– ACNY-0103
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1 Revelator 6:22
2 My First Lover 3:47
3 Dear Someone 3:14
4 Red Clay Halo 3:14
5 April The 14th Part 1 5:10
6 I Want To Sing That Rock And Roll
Recorded By – Matt Andrews, Mike Piersante
2:51
7 Elvis Presley Blues 4:53
8 Ruination Day Part 2 2:36
9 Everything Is Free 4:48
10 I Dream A Highway 14:39

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Recorded at RCA Studio B, Nashville, TN.
Track 6 recorded at the Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN.

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  • Barcode: 5021456107742

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ACNY-0103 Gillian Welch Time (The Revelator)(CD, Album) Acony Records ACNY-0103 US 2001 Sell This Version
ACNY-0103 Gillian Welch Time (The Revelator)(CDr, Album, Promo) Acony Records ACNY-0103 US Unknown Sell This Version
5050466-6875-2-4 Gillian Welch Time (The Revelator)(CD, Album) Acony Records, WEA Records 5050466-6875-2-4 UK 2001 Sell This Version
ACNY-0103 Gillian Welch Time (The Revelator)(CD, Album) Acony Records ACNY-0103 USA & Canada 2001 Sell This Version
ACNY-0103 Gillian Welch Time (The Revelator)(CD, Album) Acony Records ACNY-0103 Europe 2001 Sell This Version

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Rosenberg

Rosenberg

December 22, 2019
edited about 1 month ago
Vinyl me please please please !!! .... when is this going to get pressed properly, PLEASE NO rainbo records or similar crap, .... but please properly pressed by RTI, Quality Record Pressing, Pallas, MFSL, Analogue Productions, Optimal Media GmbH or MPO.
dmadden

dmadden

February 9, 2018
This album is really crying out for a vinyl release!
motojez

motojez

April 21, 2017
edited over 2 years ago
Dark and ambient, Time (The Revelator) is the product of Welch and Rawlings taking full control of the wheel. Rawlings assumes the role of producer, wherein the final product was then released under their new record label, Acony Records.

Upon first listening, connoisseurs of Welch may notice a distinct difference in the focus of the production. Rawlings wraps the entire album in a soft, atmospheric haze while Welch's descriptive lyrics spin stories and evoke sparse, line-like imagery when one's eyes are closed. There's an overall musical cohesiveness and narrative that I liken to a concept album, but others may disagree. Time (The Revelator) remains to this day, timeless and (arguably) the greatest album of Welch and Rawlings' career as a duo.

Highlights include (author notes that every song on this album is relevant and wonderful): Elvis Presley Blues, April 14th, Everything Is Free, and I Dreamed A Highway.

Sidenote:
inkfingers
When is this going to get a proper vinyl release?


When will any of her albums be released in vinyl? I was surprised they had yet to be, considering how much Welch and Rawlings are into all things vintage (studio, cars, clothes, equipment, etc), so vinyl seems like a natural progression. I guess if Neko Case can finally release a record, then there's hope for Welch!
inkfingers

inkfingers

September 29, 2014
When is this going to get a proper vinyl release?