Heaven & Hell

Heaven & Hell

by Joe Jackson

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Overview

Joe Jackson continues his flirtation with "serious" music, which began with Will Power, released in 1987. However, Jackson has not lost all of his pop sensibilities. There are a few moments on Heaven & Hell when the listener gets a hint of Jackson's pop expertise. This album utilizes both pop and classical musicians, including Suzanne Vega, Jane Siberry, Brad Roberts, Joe Askew, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, Kenny Aronoff, and Dawn Upshaw. The theme of this album is the "seven deadly sins," with a composition dedicated to each. For diehard Jackson fans, this release may be heaven; but to casual fans, it will feel more like purgatory.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/02/1997
Label: Sony
UPC: 0074646027325
catalogNumber: 60273

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Joe Jackson   Primary Artist,Bongos,Vocals
Jane Siberry   Vocals
Suzanne Vega   Vocals
Dawn Upshaw   Vocals
Kenny Aronoff   Drums
Joy Askew   Vocals
Stephanie Cummins   Cello
Mark Feldman   Violin
Erik Friedlander   Cello
Sue Hadjopoulas   Bongos,Conga
Juliet Haffner   Viola
Joyce Hammann   Violin
Dan Hickey   Drums
Richard Locker   Cello
Sandra Park   Violin
Brad Roberts   Vocals
Laura Seaton   Violin
Allison Cornell   Viola
Cenovia Cummins   Violin
David Blinn   Viola
Todd Reynolds   Violin
Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg   Violin
Naomi Katz   Violin
William Sloat   Acoustic Bass
James Tsao   Violin
Mary L. Rowell   Violin,Viola

Technical Credits

Joe Jackson   Arranger,Producer,Art Direction
Joy Askew   Contributor
Brian Coleman   Assistant Production Coordination
Brad Roberts   Contributor
Ed Roynesdal   Producer
P.R. Brown   Artwork,Art Direction
Robert Browning   Writer,Liner Notes
Dan Gellert   Engineer
Jared Crawford   Contributor
Mary L. Rowell   String Coordinator

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