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Scott HirschLost Time Behind The Moon

Label:Scissor Tail – ST-051
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:USA & Canada
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Genre:Rock
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Tracklist

A1When You Were Old
DrumsOrpheo McCord
Guitar, BassScott Hirsch
Harmony VocalsJade Hendrix
OrganJimmy Calire
Pedal Steel GuitarJesse Siebenberg
SaxophoneKarl Hunter
A2Long Lost Time
Drums, HarmonicaMike Coykendall
Guitar, BassScott Hirsch
Harmony VocalsBernie Larsen, Lauren Barth
OrganJimmy Calire
Pedal Steel GuitarJesse Siebenberg
A3Nothing But Time
DrumsMike Coykendall
Guitar [Earworm]William Tyler
Guitar, Bass, PercussionScott Hirsch
Harmony VocalsLauren Barth
Keyboards [Wurlitzer]Mikael Jorgensen
A4Rose's Song
CelloYair Evnine
DrumsOrpheo McCord
GuitarScott Hirsch
Pedal Steel GuitarJesse Siebenberg
A5A Pair Of Nines
Guitar, Bass, DrumsScott Hirsch
B1Spirits
Drums, Piano, SynthMike Coykendall
Guitar, BassScott Hirsch
Harmony VocalsBernie Larsen, Lauren Barth
B2No No
Drums, Piano, SynthMike Coykendall
Guitar, Bass, OrganScott Hirsch
Harmony VocalsBernie Larsen, Lauren Barth
B3Valley Of The Moon
Drums, 12-String Acoustic GuitarMike Coykendall
Guitar, Bass, Melodica, PercussionScott Hirsch
B4Pink Moment
Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar, BassScott Hirsch
B5Evening's Wooden Drum
Guitar, Bass, PercussionScott Hirsch
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Hype sticker and download card included

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  • Barcode (Printed): 7 19104 89265 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched): ST51-A IS 30679-1(2)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched): ST51-B IS 30679-2(2) ISSA GUIDING LIGHT
  • Matrix / Runout (Both Sides Stamped): Mastered at Capitol

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Lost Time Behind The Moon (CD, Album)Scissor TailST-051US2018

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streetmouse
Edited 2 years ago
A friend brought this record over to the house, where as side one spun on, I began thinking that I should get a copy for myself, as what was being delivered on Lost Time Behind the Moon (which is a stunning album title) was comfortable, hazy and couch-bound, played with a light steady hand and was infused with great harmonics, lovely vocals, gentle harmonies, along with mindful soloing that distills an essence of open road meanderings.

Scott Hirsch plays very much within the framework of mild alternative country and easy going Americana, bringing forth a sound quality raptured from those who first laid down this musical path, yet in that same light, his music and verse belong to him alone. This is not simplistic music to create, as it requires skill and patience, being far too easy to get ahead of oneself, where the atmosphere would be entirely lost.

When the record was flipped, the songs “Spirits” and “No No” still retained that comfortable wavy vibe, though the last three numbers seemed to have be flown in from somewhere else, not at all in keeping with the smokey visions I’d gotten myself lost in. This of course precluded me from purchasing the formal vinyl release, which is limited to 1000 numbered copies, as four songs that I can dismiss, are far too many to justify the cost.

That being said, Scott has another album out, Blue Rider Songs, where I discovered that two of the tracks, “Darkness” and “The Sun Comes Up A Purple Diamond,” road in my back pocket as well as the six from this album that I love, meaning I was able to re-create a collection that was effortless and to my liking.

Don’t go underselling what you’re gonna hear, it’s quite wonderful.

*** The record was recorded and produced by Hirsch with the help of Mike Coykendall (of M Ward), and features musical guests William Tyler, Mikael Jorgensen (of Wilco), Orpheo McCord (of Edward Sharpe), Jimmy Calire (of America) and Jesse Siebenberg (of Lukas Nelson and Supertramp).

Review by Jenell Kesler