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So Much Water So Close to Home

So Much Water, So Close to Home is an album by Paul Kelly & The Messengers and originally released in August, 1989. The title comes from a short story of the same name by author Raymond Carver.

The entire album was recorded in the U.S. with a big-name producer (Scott Litt, best known for his work with R.E.M.).

It was released on Mushroom/White Records in Australia and A&M Records in the United States.

Track listing

  1. "You Can't Take It with You"
  2. "Sweet Guy"
  3. "Most Wanted Man in the World"
  4. "I had Forgotten You"
  5. "She's a Melody (Stupid Song)"
  6. "South of Germany"
  7. "Careless"
  8. "Moon in the Bed"
  9. "No You"
  10. "Everything's Turning to White"
  11. "Pigeon/Jundamurra"
  12. "Cities of Texas"

Personnel

  • Michael Barclay - drums, vocals
  • Peter Bull - keyboards
  • Steve Connolly - guitar
  • Paul Kelly - guitar, vocals
  • Jon Schofield - bass guitar

Credits

  • Produced by Scott Litt and Paul Kelly
  • Engineered by Scott Litt; assisted by Clif Norrell and Jim Dineen
  • Recorded at Ocean Way Studios, Los Angeles
  • Mixed at The Grey Room
  • Mastered at Precision Lacquer

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