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Arc Angels _album_


									Arc Angels (album)
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Arc Angels is the self-titled debut album by The Arc Angels, released in 1992.
The album would prove to be one of the most popular blues/rock recordings of                        Arc Angels
the decade as it captured the spirit of the great Stevie Ray Vaughan and
managed to hit #127 on the Billboard charts. [citation needed]

 1 Track listing
 2 Personnel
 3 Production
 4 References

Track listing
   1. "Living In A Dream" (Doyle Bramhall II, Charlie Sexton) – 4:54
   2. "Paradise Cafe" (Charlie Sexton, Tonio K) - 5:14                                     Studio album by Arc Angels
   3. "Sent By Angels" (Doyle Bramhall II) – 5:44                                Released April 14, 1992
   4. "Sweet Nadine" (Charlie Sexton, Tonio K) – 4:31                            Recorded 1992
   5. "Good Time" (Doyle Bramhall II, S. Piazza) – 4:47
                                                                                 Genre         Blues
   6. "See What Tomorrow Brings" (Doyle Bramhall II) – 6:27
                                                                                 Length        60:44
   7. "Always Believed In You" (Charlie Sexton, Tonio K) – 4:55
                                                                                 Label         Geffen
   8. "The Famous Jane" (Charlie Sexton, Tonio K) – 4:31
   9. "Spanish Moon" (Doyle Bramhall II, Charlie Sexton, Chris Layton) – 5:48    Producer Little Steven & The Disciples Of
  10. "Carry Me On" (Doyle Bramhall II) – 4:09
  11. "Shape I'm In" (Doyle Bramhall II, Charlie Sexton, Marc Benno) – 4:07
                                                                                              Professional ratings
  12. "Too Many Ways To Fall" (Chris Layton, Tommy Shannon, Charlie Sexton,
                                                                                                    Review scores
      Tonio K) – 5:52
                                                                                         Source                     Rating

Personnel                                                                                Allmusic                            [1 ]

                                                                                    Rolling Stone                            [2 ]
   Doyle Bramhall II - guitar, vocals
   Charlie Sexton - guitar, vocals
   Chris Layton - drums
   Tommy Shannon - bass
   Ian McLagan - keyboards

   Produced By Little Steven & The Disciples Of Soul
   Engineered By Dave McNair

   1. ^ Meredith, Bill. Arc Angels (album)   at Allmusic
   2. ^ Rolling Stone review

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