Selling The Gold

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Commercially Released: 1995
Label: Musidisc
Produced by Djoum and Elliott Murphy
Recorded by Djoum at ICP Recording Studios, and Thrill Hill West, CA
Mixed by Djoum at ICP Recording Studios
Mastered by Raphaël at Dyam
Design by Laurent Pinabel
Photography by Gilles Cappe

Overview

Selling The Gold is ex-New Yorker Elliott Murphy's eighth studio album of new original material (his 15th release overall) and first in five years. Murphy returned to a style familiar from his first several albums of the 1970s, singing a group of folk-rock songs full of highly literate lyrics that commented on modern life from an ironic perspective. He also turned personal at times, recalling departed friends such as Andy Warhol and Federico Fellini, and reflecting on the changes in his domestic life. Murphy was joined on "Everything I Do (Leads Me Back To You)" by Bruce Springsteen, with whom he has always shared a sensibility.

Source: AllMusic

Released

# Song Title Running Time Release
3. EVERYTHING I DO (LEADS ME BACK TO YOU) 4:46 GUEST: SELLINGGOLD / GUEST: NEVERSAY

Total Running Time: 49:24

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