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The Best Of Columbia Records Radio Hour, Vol. 1

Various Artists

Initial release : 1994

Columbia 66466

Rob Wasserman plays on three tracks of this selection of 'live in the studio' music from the Columbia Records Radio Hour.

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Tracks / Musicians

The tracks and performers on this compilation are;

  • Lord of the Starfields - Bruce Cockburn and Rob Wasserman
  • Lovers in a Dangerous Time - Bruce Cockburn and Rob Wasserman
  • Too Long in the Wasteland - James McMurtry
  • Safeside - James McMurtry and Jules Shear
  • Polaroids - Shawn Colvin
  • Shotgun Down the Avalanche - Shawn Colvin with Mary Chapin Carpenter
  • Come on, Come On - Mary Chapin Carpenter with Shawn Colvin
  • The Levee Song - Darden Smith, Dennis McDermott and Zev Katz
  • What We Real - Rosanne Cash, David Byrne, John Leventhal and Zev Katz
  • Wouldn't It Be Loverly? - Rosanne Cash and John Leventhal
  • Raina - Peter Himmelman
  • I'm Your Man - Leonard Cohen
  • Coming Back to You - Leonard Cohen
  • Cry of a Tiny Babe - Bruce Cockburn, Lou Reed, Rosanne Cash and Rob Wasserman

  • Executive producer - Paul Rappaport
  • Producer - Mitch Maketansky, Paul Rappaport
  • Co-producer Columbia Records Radio Hour - Josh Rosenthal
  • Production coordinator Columbia Records Radio Hour - Rasa Alksninis
  • Recording engineers - John Harris, Howard Schwartz, Vic Anesini, Leanne Ungar
  • Mixing - David Thoener
  • Mixing Assistant - Tom Cadley, Mike Fisher, Matt Carpenter
  • Assembling - Mike Scott
  • Mastering - Vic Anesini
  • A & R - Don DeVito
  • Art Direction, Design - Risa Zaitschek
  • Illustration - Richard Tushman
  • Logo design - Mirko Ilic
  • Liner Notes - Paul Rappaport
Lord of the Starfields, Lovers in a Dangerous Time and Cry Of A Tiny Babe were recorded on December 20, 1992 at Howard Schwarz Recording.

Related releases

Lord of the Starfields was included on a Bruce Cockburn CD single;

The Columbia Records Radio Hour is an hour long show, broadcast on many stations across the US, that was first aired in 1992. Each show is usually centered around a specific Columbia recording artists and is performed live in front of a studio audience.