Birds Flying Away


Birds Flying Away
Birds Flying Away
Studio album by Mason Jennings
Released January, 2000
Genre Folk
Length 39:53
Label Mason Jennings
Bar/None (reissue)
Producer Ed Ackerson, Mason Jennings
Mason Jennings chronology
Mason Jennings
(1998)
Birds Flying Away
(2000)
Century Spring
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media (7.0/10)[2]

Birds Flying Away is the second album from Mason Jennings. It was released January, 2000 from the label Bar/None. While writing this album the drummer Chris Stock died. Mason Jennings had to find a replacement drummer. The song entitled “Train Leaving Grey” was written and added to the album in dedication of him.[3] Mason Jennings had another setback for 6 months when he got mononucleosis which in turn delayed the release of this album.[4]

Mason Jennings was writing songs and playing the guitar by age 13. At 16 years of age he dropped out of school and moved to Minneapolis to pursue a music career.[5] He is compared to Dave Matthews in The New York Times music reviews.[6]

Contents

Personnel

  • Mason Jennings- Guitar/Vocals/Producer
  • Bob Skoro- Bass/Vocals/Assistant Producer
  • Edgar Oliveria-Drums
  • Chris Thompson- Alto Saxophone
  • Dave Gardner- Mastering
  • Ed Ackerson - Producer/Engineer
  • Tom Garneau - Engineer
  • Camron Wittig- Design/Photography

Track listing

  1. "Confidant" - 3:47
  2. "United States Global Empire" - 3:02
  3. "Ballad for My One True Love" - 4:32
  4. "Black Panther" - 3:58
  5. "Dr. King" - 3:24
  6. "Stars Shine Quietly" - 3:49
  7. "Birds Flying Away" - 3:13
  8. "The Mountain" - 4:15
  9. "Duluth" - 3:03
  10. "Train Leaving Gray" - 2:20
  11. "The Light" - 4:23
  12. "Gay Pride"-3:16 (Bonus Track)

Discography

  • Mason Jennings (1997)
  • Birds Flying Away (2001)
  • Century Spring (2002)
  • Simple Life (2002)
  • Use Your Voice (2004)
  • Boneclouds (2006)
  • In The Ever (2008)
  • Blood of Man (2009)

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