I Don't Care That You Don't Mind

I Don't Care That You Don't Mind

Infobox Album | Name = I Don't Care That You Don't Mind
Type = Album
Artist = Crash Test Dummies

Released = April 3, 2001
Recorded = Feswick Productions, Nova Scotia and Greene St. Recording, New York City
Genre = Country rock
Length = 46:45
Label = Cha-Ching Records
Producer = Scott Harding
Reviews = *Allmusic Rating|3|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:qms9kextsq7q link]
*Winnipeg Sun (Positive) [http://jam.canoe.ca/Music/Artists/C/Crash_Test_Dummies/AlbumReviews/2001/03/23/770632.html link]

Last album = "Give Yourself a Hand"
This album = "I Don't Care That You Don't Mind"
Next album = "Jingle All The Way"

"I Don't Care That You Don't Mind" is the fifth studio album by Crash Test Dummies. The album began as a solo album for Brad Roberts, while he was recuperating in the town of Argyle, Nova Scotia after suffering a near-fatal car accident in the fall of 2000. Crash Test Dummies' name was put on the album after the band (minus Benjamin Darvill) agreed to tour the album. [http://www.crashtestdummies.com/faq/index.html#history]

Track listing

#"I Don't Care That You Don't Mind"
#"On And on"
#"The Day We Never Met"
#"Let It Feel Like Something Else"
#"Little Secret"
#"Sittin' on a Tree Stump"
#"Buzzin' Flies"
#"Yer Devil Ways"
#"Hangin' Tree"
#"Every Morning"
#"Never Comin' Back"
#"Put Me in a Corner of Your Mind"
#"Shoot 'Em Up, Shoot 'Em Down"
#"I Never Fall Asleep at Night"


*Brad Roberts, vocals, guitars, ukulele
*Danny MacKenzie, drums, background vocals
*Dave Morton, acoustic bass, background vocals)
*Kent Greene, guitars, background vocals, except songs 4, 9, 10 & 14
*Kenny Wollesen, drums, percussion
*Andrew Hall, acoustic bass
*Ellen Reid, vocals
*Chris Brown, hammond organ, wurlitzer, piano
*Drew Glackin, lap steel guitar, dobro guitar
*Brian Mitchell, accordion
*G.B. Gilmore, harmonica
*Jane Scarpantoni, cello
*Steve Bernstein, trumpet
*Scott Harding, guitar (10), background vocals
*John Ramos, background vocals (10)
*Chris Skiani, Scott Harding, Brad Roberts, background vocals (14)
*Spot the Dog and friends, animal noises (6)
*Angela Feswick, radio (7)

External links

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