Caedmon's Call by Caedmon's Call
Caedmon's Call: Danielle Glenn (vocals); Cliff Young, Derek Webb (guitar); Aric Nitzberg (bass); Todd Bragg (drums); Garett Buell... Read More
Caedmon's Call: Danielle Glenn (vocals); Cliff Young, Derek Webb (guitar); Aric Nitzberg (bass); Todd Bragg (drums); Garett Buell (percussion).Lyricists: Derek Webb; Aaron Tate; Rich Mullins.Personnel: Derek Webb (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Cliff Young (vocals, guitar); Danielle Glenn (vocals); Don McCollister (12-string guitar, background vocals); Sheila Doyle (violin); Jane Scarpantoni (cello); Brandon Bush (accordion, piano, Farfisa, Wurlitzer organ); Aric Nitzberg (upright bass); Todd Bragg (drums); Garett Buell (percussion); Lori Chaffer (background vocals).Recording information: Nickel And Dime Studios, Avondale, Estates at Cedar Hil.Editor: Glenn Matullo.Photographer: Michael Wilson .Unknown Contributor Role: Buddy Ottosen.This album marks Caedmon's Call's first release with a major label, Warner Alliance, after a string of successful independent releases. The band doesn't compromise their music, though, with most of the songs written by band members Derek Webb and Aaron Tate. Minimize
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3 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jul 6, 2007
Of Bus Drivers and Stupid Kids: The Classic Debut of Caedmon's Call
Pros: Tate and Webb are at their most lyrically brilliant; notable musical diversity; you can actually hear every band member!
Cons: Not enough lead vocals from Danielle.
This is one of the best folk/rock albums I've ever heard... there are just so many lyrical and instrumental layers to get lost in. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 2, 2002
Caedmon's Call - Debut album
Pros: Honest songs that well up from a spring of faith
Cons: You got to be kidding me
Caedmon's Call is one of the best Christian bands out there. They write and sing truly heart honest songs that deal with faith and life. Get them! Read More at Epinions.com