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The Rockfords (album)

The Rockfords
The Rockfords
Released February 1, 2000
Recorded 1999 at Studio Litho and John & Stu's Place, Seattle, Washington
Genre Alternative rock
Length 49:21
Language English
Label Epic
Producer John Goodmanson
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

The Rockfords is the only full-length studio album by the American rock band The Rockfords. It was released on February 1, 2000 through Epic Records.

Overview

The Rockfords features members of Goodness and Pearl Jam. The album was recorded in 1999 at Studio Litho and John & Stu's Place in Seattle, Washington. Studio Litho is owned by Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard. The band worked with producer John Goodmanson, who also mixed the album. Vocalist/guitarist Nancy Wilson of Heart contributes guest vocals on the track "Riverwide". Theresa E. LaVeck of Allmusic called the album a "compelling, if uneven, collaborative effort."[1]

Track listing

All music composed by Chris Friel, Rick Friel, Mike McCready, and Danny Newcomb, except where noted.
No. TitleLyricsMusic Length
1. "Adelaide"  Newcomb  4:19
2. "Flashes"  Carrie Akre, McCready  3:24
3. "Silver Lining"  Newcomb  4:25
4. "This Life"  Akre, Newcomb  3:50
5. "Distress"  McCready  3:03
6. "Coat of Arms"  Akre  4:34
7. "Spiral"  McCready  3:56
8. "Something True"  Akre  4:07
9. "Riverwide"  Nancy WilsonMcCready, Wilson 4:25
10. "Sureshot"  Akre  4:17
11. "Windows"  Akre, McCready  5:03
12. "Island"  Friel  3:58
Japanese bonus track
No. Title Length
13. "Heart In Your Hands"    

Personnel

The Rockfords
Additional musicians and production

References

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