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Album: Breach
# Song Title   Time
1)    Letters From The Wasteland Album Version More Info... 4:28
2)    Hand Me Down Album Version More Info... 3:34
3)    Sleepwalker Album Version More Info... 3:31
4)    I've Been Delivered Album Version More Info... 5:01
5)    Witness Album Version More Info... 3:33
6)    Some Flowers Bloom Dead Album Version More Info... 4:43
7)    Mourning Train Album Version More Info... 4:03
8)    Up From Under Album Version More Info... 3:39
9)    Murder 101 Album Version More Info... 2:30
10)    Birdcage Album Version More Info... 7:42
 

Album: Breach
# Song Title   Time
1)    Letters From The Wasteland Album Version More Info... 4:28
2)    Hand Me Down Album Version More Info... 3:34
3)    Sleepwalker Album Version More Info... 3:31
4)    I've Been Delivered Album Version More Info... 5:01
5)    Witness Album Version More Info... 3:33
6)    Some Flowers Bloom Dead Album Version More Info... 4:43
7)    Mourning Train Album Version More Info... 4:03
8)    Up From Under Album Version More Info... 3:39
9)    Murder 101 Album Version More Info... 2:30
10)    Birdcage Album Version More Info... 7:42
 
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Performer Notes
  • The Wallflowers: Jakob Dylan (vocals, guitar); Michael Ward (guitar, background vocals); Rami Jaffee (keyboards, vibraphone, background vocals); Greg Richling (bass, percussion, background vocals); Mario Calire (drums).
  • Additional personnel includes: Elvis Costello, Jon Brion, Frank Black, Mitchell Froom, Lenny Castro, Greg Leisz, Gary Louris, Mike Campbell.
  • Recorded at Sunset Sound and Sound Factory, Hollywood, California; Village Recorder, Los Angeles, California; Sound Inn, Tokyo, Japan.
  • BREACH limited edition contains a bonus CD.
  • The Wallflowers: Jakob Dylan (vocals, guitar); Michael Ward (guitar, background vocals); Rami Jaffee (keyboards, vibraphone, background vocals); Greg Richling (bass, percussion, background vocals); Mario Calire (drums).
  • Additional personnel includes: Elvis Costello, Jon Brion, Frank Black, Mitchell Froom, Lenny Castro, Greg Leisz, Gary Loris, Mike Campbell.
  • Recorded at Sunset Sound and Sound Factory, Hollywood, California; Village Recorders, Los Angeles, California; Sound Inn, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Personnel: Jakob Dylan (vocals, guitar, background vocals); Michael Ward (guitar, background vocals); Michele Richards, Karie Prescott, Joel Derouin, Suzie Katayama (strings); Kenneth Kugler, Greg Adams , Sal Cracchiolo (horns); Rami Jaffee (keyboards, vibraphone, background vocals); Matt Chamberlain, Mario Calire (drums); Greg Richling (percussion, background vocals); Gary Louris , Christopher Penn, Michael Penn, Frank Black , Elvis Costello, Buddy Judge (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: Tom Lord-Alge.
  • Recording information: Sound Factory, Hollywood, CA; Sound Inn, Tokyo, Japan; Sunset Sound, CA, Sound Factory, Hollywood, CA; Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA; Village Recorder, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Photographer: Christophe Rihet.
  • After the multi-platinum and Grammy-winning success of 1996's BRINGING DOWN THE HORSE, Jakob Dylan finally got out from under the heavy mantle of his famous father's legacy and started a legacy of his own. For his millennial follow-up, the younger Dylan continued down the path of rich lyricism and well-crafted pop songs with help from the production team of Andrew Slater (Fiona Apple/Macy Gray) and singer-songwriter Michael Penn.
  • Despite all his success and acclaim, Dylan comes off as more the hard-edged realist than bright-eyed optimist. Song topics draw from the sour experiences of life and a quest for higher meaning, manifested in numbers like the enigmatic and weary seeker-of-truth ode "I've Been Delivered," and the message of regret that is "Some Flowers Bloom Dead." Famous friends also pop up along the way to lend a hand, among the most notable being Elvis Costello, who helps out on the rollicking break-up song "Murder 101" and Frank Black, whose harmonies help shape "Letters From the Wasteland," a moody, desolate song of abandonment. Adding a nice counter-balancing coda to the slight disillusionment coloring BREACH is "Babybird," a sweet-sounding hidden track that reverberates with a music-box melody throughout.
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (10/26/00, p.111) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Dylan has grown as a singer....The songs are incandescent enough to jump out at you on the radio, yet are steeped in a type of introspective inquiry that was once integral to rock & roll..."

Q (11/00, p.119) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Generic, but very nicely done....its 10 songs possess the requisite authorative air and there are some good, strong, alt.country-type choruses too..."

CMJ (1/08/01, p.46) - Included in CMJ's "Year's Best Triple A Albums" from 2000.

CMJ (10/00, p.58) - "...A respectable follow-up to BRINGING DOWN THE HORSE....there are plenty of comfortably sung and strummed numbers that get the job done..."

CMJ (10/00, p.58) - "...A respectable follow-up to BRINGING DOWN THE HORSE....there are plenty of comfortably sung and strummed numbers that get the job done..."
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