Juggling 9 or Dropping 10 songs Product Information
Juggling 9 or Dropping 10 album for sale by Enchant was released Oct 17, 2000 on the Inside Out Music label. Recorded at The Ottotorium, Concord, California and Sy Klopps Studio, San Franciso, California between March 1, 2000 & May 18, 2000. Juggling 9 or Dropping 10 CD music Personnel: Ted Leonard (vocals); Ernesto (chant); Paul Craddick (guitar, acoustic guitar, strings, piano, harpsichord, organ, Mellotron, keyboards, drums, percussion); Emertus Beniguus, Phil Bennett (keyboards). Juggling 9 or Dropping 10 buy CD music Audio Mixer: Tom King-Size. Juggling 9 or Dropping 10 songs Liner Note Author: James Bickers. Recording information: Ottotorium, Concord, CA (03/01/2000-05/18/2000); Sy Klopps Studio, San Francisco, CA (03/01/2000-05/18/2000); The Ottorium, Concord, CA (03/01/2000-05/18/2000). Juggling 9 or Dropping 10 CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
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||One of their best|
Overall this is a really great album. Quite a few songs, especially Juggling Knives, contain some of my favorite Enchant lyrics out of their entire catalog. The only problem I have with the album is the production is not up to par with some of their other releases, especially Tug of War. Usually I'm not too critical of production, but it does hurt this album somewhat since the band really needs each and every instrument and all the vocals to really be in the forefront and totally clear. Also, the songs are very good, but the songs on Tug of War are better, making it an overall better album. I'd totally recommend this album, but if you are looking for an Enchant album to get you started, pick Tug of War and work backwards.
By santakauz (Nashville TN)
||I am glad they stick to music!|
I picked this CD up after hearing "Blink of an Eye" which I thought was great. This too was very good but not quite to that level. But I am certainly planning on purchasing more music by Enchant.
By a reviewer (Easthampton, MA, USA)
||Solid Effort, better than Break.|
I really enjoyed this album, but I have one complaint. The band should have given Rush a big thank you. Just try to convince me that the opening riff to "Paint A Picture" wasn't ripped off from "Xanadu". The band has a terrific sound and will be ranked with Dream Theater, Fates Warning, and Shadow Gallery someday soon.
By beermandbt (San Diego)
||Enchant's best effort|
This is the one Enchant album to own. I enjoy them all but this was their peak. Paul Craddick was an amazing drummer and this album proves he is light years ahead of current drummer Sean Flanagan, who holds back the 2 newer discs. Paul also writes so well with Doug Ott that I think Doug misses him as well. The tracks "Juggling Knives", "Rough Draft", "Bite My Tongue" and "Traces" are just classics. Get this one! "and now the choice is juggling 9 or dropping 10..."
By Rob (Upstate NY)
||An Aural Delight to All Ears|
Enchant is categorized as a prog band, but that does not give them justice. Yes their earlier releases were more prog, but J9oD10 is a melding of alternative, reggae, prog, pop, and funk styles. Just listen to the power prog of Paint the Picture. Reggaesque Rough Draft. The funk of Juggling Knieves. This CD is just simply awesome. Definitely Enchant's best. Lyrically too. You cannot listen to What to Say and not get watery eyes with the dying father not knowing what to say to express his sorrow for leaving his family. Ted angst in his vocals are jolting. Enchant are masters at their craft. Just go out and purchase this CD!!
By a reviewer (timonium, md 21093)
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Juggling 9 or Dropping 10 songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1250590|
|Label||Inside Out Music|
|Release Date||Oct 17, 2000|
|Engineer||Douglas Ott; Paul Craddick; Tom King-Size|
|Recording Time||64 minutes|
|Personnel||Phil Bennett - keyboards|
Ted Leonard - vocals
Douglas Ott - acoustic & electric guitars, E-bow, organ, Moog synthesizer, background vocals
Paul Craddick - acoustic & electric guitars, piano, Wurlitzer piano, harpsichord, Mellotron, organ, keyboards, bass, drums, percussion
Ernesto - chant
Michael "Benignus" Geimer - keyboards
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