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Daniel Lanois – Acadie. Label: Opal Records – 9 25969-2, Warner Bros. Records – 9 25969-2. Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York. All songs written by Daniel Lanois, Upala/Hamstein (BMI) except St. Ann's Gold, White Mustang II, Amazing Grace. Adam Clayton appears courtesy of Island Records. Larry Mullen Jr. appears courtesy of Island Records.
Daniel Roland Lanois CM (/lænˈwɑː/ lan-WAH; born September 19, 1951) is a Canadian record producer, guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter. Lanois has released several albums of his own work. However, he is best known for producing albums for a wide variety of artists, including Spoons, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Peter Gabriel, Emmylou Harris, Willie Nelson, and Brandon Flowers.
By: Daniel Lanois (1989, Electronic). More albums from Daniel Lanois: Shine by Daniel Lanois. Rockets by Daniel Lanois. For The Beauty Of Wynona by Daniel Lanois. Flesh And Machine by Daniel Lanois. Belladonna by Daniel Lanois. Here Is What Is by Daniel Lanois. View all albums . Acadie. By: Daniel Lanois (1989, Electronic).
This stunning debut album by an artist that had hitherto been known only as a producer is priceless, and stands up well to repeated listening. It is a blend of New Orleans rhythm, rock, new age mysticism, and folk. It is not mushy but it is as caressing to the ear as to the mind.
Although Daniel Lanois' production and engineering wizardry have secured his place in the musical hall of fame, his own debut album Acadie (Warner Bros. 1989) revealed another talent-songwriting. The album is about as perfect a debut as an artist could hope for, containing every single aspect of what makes Lanois so special, presenting him as both a fertile author and a gifted musician. In the late 1980s, Lanois moved to New Orleans, where he bought a house that he eventually turned into Kingsway Studios.
North American only release. Almost 20 years after its original release 'Acadie' receives the deluxe treatment. Disc: 1. 1. Still Water.
Daniel Lanois had started work with U2 during the production of The Unforgettable Fire. An incredible musician in his own right, Lanois took a step back from production duties in 1989, and between production of Dylan’s Oh Mercy and the Neville Brothers Yellow Moon, Lanois created his own solo album. Released in September 1989, Acadie is the album Lanois wrote and performed and produced in New Orleans at his own studio. Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen perform on two tracks on this album, Still Water and Jolie Louise
Album · 1989 · 18 Songs. In the midst of recording landmark albums for Bob Dylan and The Neville Brothers at his New Orleans–based studio Kingsway (located inside a historic mansion on the outskirts of the French Quarter), Daniel Lanois found time to record his solo debut, 1989’s Acadie. The title refers to the historical connection between Lanois’ native Canada and the French-speaking Cajuns of Louisiana, and thematically, the music reopens the bridge between these seemingly incongruent cultures. Lanois sings in French on O Marie, Jolie Louise, and Under a Stormy Sky, all of which apply the producer’s famously.