Leo Kottke - Ice Water [Capitol Records ST-11262] (1974)

Released: 1974
Country: US
Label: Capitol Records
Catalog: ST-11262
Genre: Folk-Rock

Item# SR-CAST11262
Ratings: C=VG+; LP=VG+


T R A C K L I S T:
01 Morning Is The Long Way Home
02 Pamela Brown
03 A Good Egg
04 Tilt Billings And The Student Prince
05 All Through The Night
06 Short Stories
07 You Tell Me Why
08 You Know I Know You Know
09 Born To Be With You
10 A Child Should Be A Fish




Ice Water
Leo Kottke


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Album Review

Bruce Eder [allmusic.com]

This is a good record, though not the Leo Kottke album to start with, as it is not representative of his usual work -- it's mostly a vocal record, and a very country-flavored record at that, with Kottke's baritone, reminiscent in some ways of Leonard Cohen (and even moving into what one might consider Jim Morrison territory), serving as the dominant instrument on six of the ten tracks. His flashy 12-string playing and Cal Hand's Dobro do come to the fore on ''Tilt Billings and the Student Prince.'' Tom T. Hall and Ron Elliott of the Beau Brummels are among the songwriters represented. Among the intrumentals, ''A Good Egg'' is just the kind of light-fingered, light-textured virtuoso piece that one buys a Leo Kottke album expecting to find, and much of the rest shows off his talents in some unexpected directions.