Perceptual (album)

Perceptual (album)

Infobox Album
Name = Perceptual
Type = studio
Artist = Brian Blade

Released = April 11 2000
Recorded = September 1999
Genre =
Length = 53:51
Label = Blue Note
Producer = Brian Blade, Jon Cowherd
Reviews =
* Allmusic (4.5/5) [ link]
Last album =
This album = "Perceptual" (1999)
Next album =
"Perceptual" is an album by Brian Blade.

=Track listing= All tracks composed by Brian Blade; except where indicated

# "Perceptual" (Jon Cowhred) – 6:28
# "Evinrude-Fifty (Trembling)" – 7:56
# "Reconciliation" (Jon Cowhred) – 6:44
# "Crooked Creek" (Jon Cowhred) – 9:10
# "Patron Saint of Girls" – 2:40
# "The Sunday Boys (Improvisation)" (Jon Cowhred, Myron Walden) – 1:06
# "Variations of A Bloodline" – 9:09
# "Steadfast" – 8:21
# "Trembling" – 2:17

*Brian Blade – Guitar (Acoustic), Drums, Vocals, Producer, Liner Notes, Art Direction
*Melvin Butler – Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
*Jon Cowhred – Producer, Organ (Pump), Fender Rhodes, Pianette
*Dave Easley – Pedal Steel
*Daniel Lanois – Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Pedal Steel
*Joni Mitchell – Vocals on "Steadfast"
*Kurt Rosenwinkel – Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric)
*Christopher Thomas – Bass, Vocals (bckgr)
*Myron Walden – Clarinet (Bass), Sax (Alto)

*Greg Calbi – Mastering Advisor
*Edward Curtis – Photography
*Mantis Evar – Product Manager
*Deborah Feingold – Photography
*Joe Ferla – Engineer, Mixing
*Anthony Gorman – Assistant Engineer
*Mark Howard – Engineer
*Gordon Jee – Director
*Andrea Yankovsky – Assistant Engineer

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