The High Above and the Down Below

Infobox Album
Name = The High Above and the Down Below
Type = studio
Artist = Cliff Eberhardt


Released = April 10, 2007
Recorded = Minneapolis, Minnesota
Genre = folk, singer-songwriter
Length = 39:48
Label = Red House Records
Producer = Eric Peltoniemi
Reviews =
* "Dirty Linen" (favorable)Craig Harris, "Review: Cliff Eberhardt - "The High Above and the Down Below", "Dirty Linen", 132, October-November 2007]
*"Folkwax" (8/10) Arthur Wood, [http://www.visnat.com/entertainment/music/folkwax/mp3/album.cfm?reviewnumber=2236 "Back at the Wheel"] , "Folkwax", May 16, 2007]
*"Music Matters" (favorable)Michael Devlin, [http://www.mmreview.com/#Anchor-Cliff-35882 "Review: Cliff Eberhardt - "The High Above and the Down Below"] , "Music Matters Review", 24]
*"Sing Out!" (favorable) Scott Sheldon, "Off the Beaten Track: Cliff Eberhardt - "The High Above and the Down Below", "Sing Out!", Winter 2008 ( [http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1197/is_4_51/ai_n24220070 link to article] on BNET)]
Last album = "School for Love"
(2002)
This album = "The High Above and the Down Below"
(2008)
Next album =

"The High Above and the Down Below" is the seventh studio album by contemporary folk singer-songwriter Cliff Eberhardt. It was released on Red House Records on April 10, 2007. It is Eberhardt's first album in five years and follows a lengthly recovery from serious injuries Eberhardt suffered in a 2002 auto accident.

Recording

The album was recorded live-in-studio and produced by Eric Peltoniemi. Only a few overdubs were added (mostly doubling Eberhardt's own slide guitar work to his own guitar playing). Eberhardt says, "This is the recording that I always wanted to make."Cliff Eberhardt, liner notes for "The High Above and the Down Below" (RHR CD 199), Red House Records, Inc., 2007] The musicians featured include Eberhardt (vocals & guitars), Rich Dworsky (piano, B3, Rhodes), Gordy Johnson (bassses), and J.T. Bates (drums).

Reception

The album received favorable reviews, and made at least one critic's list of best albums of the year.Ken Barnes, Edna Gundersen, Steve Jones, Elysa Gardner and Brian Mansfield, [http://www.usatoday.com/life/music/reviews/2007-12-23-yir-music-critics_N.htm "The Best, the Worst, the Weirdest"] , "USA Today", December 23, 2007] The album debuted at #12, on the Folk Radio Airplay chart for April 2007.Richard Gillmann, [http://folkradio.org/airplay/apr07.html "Top Albums of April 2007"] , as determined by FolkDJ-L playlists, folkradio.org]

Track listing

All songs written by Cliff Eberhardt
# "The High Above and the Down Below" - 3:14
# "Missing You" - 2:43
# "It's Home Everywhere I Go" - 3:28
# "The Next Big Thing" - 3:15
# "The Right Words" - 4:52
# "After the Rain Falls" - 2:14
# "Assembly Line" - 3:55
# "Dug Your Own Grave" - 2:57
# "Let This Whole Thing Burn" - 3:18
# "New Is What's Come Over You" - 4:04
# "I'm All Right" - 2:34
# "Goodbye Again" - 3:09

Credits

Musicians

* Cliff Eberhardt - vocals & acoustic & electric guitars
* Rich Dworsky - piano, Hammond B3 organ, Rhodes piano
* Gordy Johnson - electric and acoustic bass
* J.T. Bates - drums and percussion
* Matt Zimmermann - congas on "After the Rain Falls"

Production

* Produced by Eric Peltoniemi
* recorded, mixed, and mastered by Mathew Zimmerman at Wild Sound, Minneapolis, Minnesota
**Assisted by Gerard Boissy
**Additional input from Chris Frymire

Artwork

*Photography - Jim Herrington
*Layout and design - Eric Peltoniemi
*Cover concept - Cliff Eberhardt

Other

*Bookings - Steve Lindquist
*Management - Stephen Garvan/Garvan Management

Charts

Releases

External links

* [http://www.redhouserecords.com/199.html "The High Above and the Down Below"] , page at Red House Records

References


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