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California Bloodlines

California Bloodlines
Studio album by John Stewart
Released May 1969
Genre Folk, Alternative Country
Length 41:31
Label Capitol
Producer Nik Venet
John Stewart chronology
Signals Through the Glass
(1968)
California Bloodlines
(1969)
Willard
(1970)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars link

California Bloodlines is the second album by folk musician John Stewart, former member of the Kingston Trio. It was named by Rolling Stone as of one of the 200 best albums of all time. The album, which was considered by many to be his signature album, was recorded in Nashville. Stewart used some of the same musicians that recorded on Bob Dylan's Nashville Skyline, which was recorded at the same studio.

Originally issued on Capitol in May 1969 as an LP, it has several reissues. Re-released on CD from Bear Family Records paired with Willard in September 1994 with the title California Bloodlines/Willard minus 2. There is also an LP, California Bloodlines Plus..., with added tracks from Willard.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
    • Side one 1.1
    • Side two 1.2
  • Personnel 2
    • Additional personnel 2.1

Track listing

All compositions by John Stewart.

Side one

  1. "California Bloodlines" – 3:11
  2. "Razor-Back Woman" – 2:25
  3. "She Believes in Me" – 2:34
  4. "Omaha Rainbow" – 3:06
  5. "The Pirates of Stone County Road" – 4:50
  6. "Shackles and Chains" – 3:53

Side two

  1. "Mother Country" – 4:48
  2. "Some Lonesome Picker" – 3:11
  3. "You Can't Look Back" – 1:59
  4. "Missouri Birds" – 3:25
  5. "July, You're a Woman" – 3:12
  6. "Never Goin' Back" – 4:57

Personnel

Additional personnel

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