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WALKING ON LOCUSTS

John Cale

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3.06 | 13 ratings | 1 reviews | 15% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1996

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Dancing Undercover (4:25)
2. Set Me Free (4:11)
3. So What (4:11)
4. Crazy Egypt (3:28)
5. So Much For Love (5:01)
6. Tell Me Why (5:25)
7. Indistinct Notion Of Cool (2:44)
8. Secret Corrida (6:02)
9. Circus (4:03)
10. Gatorville & Points East (3:00)
11. Some Friends (4:06)
12. Entre Nous (3:42)

Total time 50:18

Line-up / Musicians

- John Cale / acoustic guitar, keyboards, vocal arrangements, composer & producer

With:
- David Tronzo / guitar
- BJ Cole / pedal steel guitar
- David Byrne / guitar (4)
- Mark Deffenbaugh / guitars (2,4,9), harmonica (2)
- Ben Neill / trumpet
- Erik Sanko / bass
- Ben Perowsky / drums
- Maureen Tucker / drums
- Ibrahim Hakhmoun / castanets, big drum
- Hassan Hakmoun / clay Drums, Moroccan drum
- E.J. Rodriguez / percussion, congas
- The Lafayette Inspirational Ensemble / chorus vocals
- Daisy Lignelli / backing vocals
- Joanne O'Brien / backing vocals
- Eden Cale / backing vocals
- Napua Davoy / backing vocals
- Susan Didericksen / backing vocals
- Tiye Giraud / backing vocals
The Soldier String Quartet
- David Soldier / violin, string arrangements
- Todd Reynolds / violin
- Martha Mooke / viola
- Dawn Buckholz / cello

Releases information

Artwork: Stephen Wolstenholme with Richard Burbridge (photo)

CD Hannibal Records ‎- HNCD 1395 (1996, US)

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JOHN CALE Walking On Locusts ratings distribution


3.06
(13 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(15%)
15%
Excellent addition to any rock music collection(15%)
15%
Good, but non-essential (46%)
46%
Collectors/fans only (15%)
15%
Poor. Only for completionists (8%)
8%

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Review by snobb
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3 stars Very acoustic, strings filled album, first original John Cale's work after almost decade of silence. Even if accessible and a bit polished, this album still sounds better then some Cale's openly commercial works.

I like Cale's minimalism and experimental works, but this album isn't from his works of that field. Slightly proto-punkish, generally post-punk, acoustic rock and melodic pop- rock album, with Cale's vocals ( he never was a great singer) and plenty of soul background female voices. All these are mixed in quite pleasant mixture, with some attractive moments.And often all this sounds as art-rock! But looking on this album in total, it isn't enough personal to make this kind of music attractive in whole.

I think this album can attract VU and John Cale fans ( Velvets drummer Maureen Tucker presented there on three trucks as well), but it is not good enough for wide public ( I don't think this album will attract new listeners to John Cale music).

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