Weaver Of Visions
The Kate Wolf Anthology
With the help of Kate's fans and friends, Kate's family compiled a definitive collection of her work that spans her entire career, including posthumous releases. Weaver Of Visions, a 2½ hour double album, also includes three songs that have not appeared on previous Kate Wolf albums: Although I've Gone Away, The Minstrel, and Shadow Of A Life. The 44-page booklet traces Kate's life in pictures and a 10,000 word essay by Larry Kelp, S.F. Bay Area music critic and long-time supporter of Kate's music.
All songs written by Kate Wolf and published by Another Sundown Publishing Co. (BMI), unless otherwise indicated.
These have been previously released on Kate Wolf albums except for Although I've Gone Away, The Minstrel, and Shadow Of A Like. In addition, the fourteen songs marked with a G in the right column appear in the same versions on Gold In California. All other songs also listed on Gold In California are different versions.
Kate Wolf vocals, guitar, 12-string guitar, piano
Bill Amatneek bass
David Balakrishnan violin
Norton Buffalo harmonica
Cyrus Clarke lead guitar
Don Coffin harmonica, lead guitar, mandolin, harmony vocal
Doug Corrigan drums
Paul Ellis fiddle
Nina Gerber lead guitar, guitar, harmony vocal, mandolin, harmonica
Bill Griffin bass, guitar, mandolin, piano, mandocaster, harmony vocal, 12-string guitar
Ford James electric bass, harmony vocal
David Kessner piano
Tom Lackner drums & percussion
Tom Lee bass
Jim Nail accordion
Todd Phillips acoustic bass
Sharon O'Connor cello
Todd Phillips bass
Gary Potterton pedal steel guitar
Tony Rice harmony vocal,
Kim Robertson Celtic harp
Dan Rubin violin
Randy Sabien mandolin
Peter Siegel pedal steel guitar
Will Siegel dobro, bass, harmony vocal
Alan Thornhill guitar, harmony vocal
Beth Weil harmony vocal
David West lead guitar,
Pete Wiseman acoustic bass
Martin Young guitar
|So What's The Difference
Between Weaver Of Visions and Gold In California?
Kate assembled her Gold In California retrospective in 1986 just before she passed away. She included songs from her five studio albums, but not her double live album, Give Yourself To Love. Except for a couple covers she added, Weavers has all the songs that Kate chose to represent her studio work. However, four of those eighteen songs are different versions from An Evening In Austin and Carry It On. Lastly, Weaver Of Visions adds another eighteen songs, and is about an hour longer than Gold In California.
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