Kalhöun

Kalhöun

Infobox Album |
Name = Kalhöun
Type = Album
Artist =



Released = July, 1991
Recorded = The Mixing Lab (Huntington Beach, California) Neverland Studios (Los Alamitos, California)
Genre = Rock
Length =
Label = BAI Records
Producer = Terry Scott Taylor and Daniel Amos
Reviews =
*Allmusic Rating|3|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:1s8o1v7jzzza link] |
Last album = "Darn Floor-Big Bite" (1987)
This album = "Kalhöun" (1991)
Next album = "MotorCycle" (1993)

"Kalhöun" is an album by rock band Daniel Amos, released on BAI Records in 1991. The album marked the return of the band after a number of years working on side projects like The Swirling Eddies.

"Kalhöun" was released during a special release party that was thrown for fans and held at Cornerstone '91 by Stunt Records. Lead singer and songwriter, Terry Taylor, was at the party to autograph CDs for the fans that attended. Stunt Records' Tom Gulotta held a special auction of D.A. memerabilia - including early artwork for Taylor's solo album, "Knowledge & Innocence", a promotional copy of The Swirling Eddies video "I've Got An Idea" and Arthur Fhardy's flowery shirt, which was torn off him during a rowdy performance by the Eddies at Cornerstone '90.

"If You Want To," was later rerecorded by Taylor's other band, the Lost Dogs for their 2004 album "MUTT".

Track listing

# "Big, Warm, Sweet Interior Glowing" (Words by Taylor, Music by Taylor/Flesch/Chandler)
# "If You Want To" (Words by Taylor, Music by Taylor/Flesch/Chandler)
# "Kalhoun" (Words by Taylor, Music by Taylor/Flesch/Chandler)
# "I Will Return" (Words by Taylor, Music by Taylor/Flesch/Chandler)
# "Tracking the Amorous Man" (Words by Taylor, Music by Taylor/Flesch/Chandler)
# "Virgin Falls" (Words by Taylor, Music by Taylor/Flesch/Chandler)
# "Gloryhound" (Words by Taylor, Music by Taylor/Flesch/Chandler)
# "Prayer Wheel" (Words by Taylor, Music by Taylor/Flesch/Chandler)
# "Note to Anna" (Words and Music by Taylor)
# "Father Explains" (Words by Taylor, Music by Taylor/Flesch/Chandler)
# "Gate of the World" (Words by Taylor, Music by Taylor/Flesch/Chandler)

Personnel

* Terry Scott Taylor on rhythm guitars and lead vocals.
* Tim Chandler on bass guitar.
* Greg Flesch on guitar.
* Ed McTaggart on drums.

Additional musicians

* Dave Hackbarth: Trumpet.
* Mikes Tackett: Cello.
* Greg Kellog: Pedal Steel Guitar.
* Dave Raven: Drum Technician.
* Travis Sheets: The Organ Donar.

Production notes

* Engineered by Gene Eugene.
* Recorded at Mixing Lab, Huntington Beach, California.
* Additional Recording at Neverland, Los Alamitos, California.
* Mixed by Gene Eugene and Terry Taylor at Neverland Studios.
* Mastered by John Matousek at Soundworks West.
* Illustrations by Court Patton, Patton Brothers Design, El Cajon, California.
* Design and Layout: Patton Brothers Design.
* Art Direction by Court Patton, Terry Taylor and Tom Gulotta.
* Photography by Brian K. Tong.
* Film Imaging by Ed McTaggart, FMG Graphics, Newport Beach, California


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