The American Drag's 2nd studio album. Independently recorded and produced.
released June 15, 2009
1.) Enemy’s God (Evankovich)
2.) Fill Me Up (Evankovich, Levy)
3.) Take Your Medicine (Evankovich, Grisman, Shaughnessy)
4.) Inside (Evankovich, Hertz, Levy, Thwaites, Shaughnessy)
5.) Sorry Again (Evankovich, Levy)
6.) Forgotten One (Evankovich, Thwaites)
7.) Out of the Sky (Evankovich, Shaughnessy)
8.) Carton Horse (Evankovich, Thwaites)
9.) F&F (Evankovich)
10.) Dakota (Evankovich, Shaughnessy)
11.) Everybody Fell Asleep (Evankovich, Thwaites, Grisman, Shaughnessy)
12.) Hottest day of the Year (Evankovich)
13.) Tied to a Stone (Evankovich)
All Lyrics by Will Evankovich except “Dakota” by Will Evankovich & Joseph Shaughnessy
All Songs Published By American Drag Music (ASCAP)
The American Drag is:
Will Evankovich, Vocals, Guitar & Misc.
Monroe Grisman, Guitar & Background Vocals
Alan Hertz, Drums & Percussion
Eric Levy, Keys
Joseph Shaughnessy, Bass
Jason Thwaites, Guitar & Mandolin
Stevie Blacke performs all strings on “Hottest day of the Year”
April Grisman sings backgrounds on “Sorry Again”
Tommy Shaw performs dual guitar solos with Jason in “Out of the Sky”
Produced By Will Evankovich
All tracks Mixed by Alan Hertz except tracks 3, 6, 9, & 12 Mixed by Chris Manning
In the Pocket Studios, Studio Amontillado, and Shabby Road.
In the Pocket Studios, Prairie Sun Recording, Salamander Sound, & Shabby Road
Chris Manning, Alan Hertz, & Will Evankovich
Adam Donkin & Jonathan Chi
Additional General Production:
Jack Blades on Enemy’s God
Additional Vocal Production:
Raz Kennedy, tracks 4 & 6
Adam Donkin, tracks 8,9,11, & 13
Mastered By Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering Hollywood, California
Album art and design: Eric Lindsey
Photography courtesy of:
Fred H. Blades Late 2nd Lieutenant Air Service U.S. Army, 1918
Special thanks to:
Chris Webb, Gregory A. Haldan, Django Bayless, Karl Kraft, Allison at Moody Leather, Bob and Robin at Taylor Guitars, and Melissa at GHS strings.
Eric Levy plays Moog synthesizers.
The Drag would like to thanks all friends, loved ones, and supporters for making everything far from a drag. We love you all!
Visit us online here: www.americandrag.net