Album · 1998 · 8 Songs. 1999 Elephant Country. More By John Andre Herrmann. See All. Part Time Criminal (feat. John Andre Herrmann, Robert Usewicz & Eric Sewo).
Elephant is the fourth studio album by American rock duo The White Stripes. It was released on April 1, 2003, through V2, XL, and Third Man. The album garnered near unanimous critical acclaim and commercial success, earning a nomination for Album of the Year and a win for Best Alternative Music Album at the 46th Grammy Awards in 2004, peaking at number six in the US Billboard charts and topping the UK album charts.
Elephant Country are a two-piece alt-country band out of Auckland, New Zealand. IT's elephant time first gig. Doors: 8pm Jarryd Walker: 8:30 ELEPHANT COUNTRY: 9:30(ish). We have the venue 'til midnight and will be hitting shuffle on our best playlist so stick around for some sweet d-floor action. Blessings, Elephant Country.
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The White Stripes made Elephant, their fourth album, in just two weeks last year, at a London studio outfitted with an eight-track tape machine and recording gear that predates the Beatles. But the Detroit duo walked out with a work of pulverizing perfection. On Elephant, Jack White writes and sings with the same depth and viscera, exceeding the plantation holler of 2000’s De Stijl and 2001’s White Blood Cells with blues that both pop and bleed. Black Math and Girl, You Have No Faith in Medicine shake with equal measures of Lightnin’ Hopkins’ crude strum, Marc Bolan’s sequined boogie and the cut-‘n’-thrust song hooks of the Buzzcocks. But she swings - rough yet hard, underlining Jack’s guitars and vocals with the boom of the late John Bonham and the limber time of a juke-joint thumper. And as a guitarist, Jack exploits his P. in distortion to the fullest on Elephant.
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Fred Brush - Double Bass Barry Fleming - Harmonica Daniel Herrmann - Executive Producer John Herrmann - Arranger, Composer, Didjeridu, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Keyboards, Mandolin, Photography, Primary Artist, Producer, Programming, Vocals, Whistle (Human) Susan Hutcherson - Violin Mike Leidle - Mixing Assistant Claine McDermuht - Bagpipes Damann Nichols - Mixing Assistant Melinda Payne - Cello
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