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Phoenix (Vince Bell album)
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|Released||July 16, 1994|
|Label||Watermelon Records, Inc.|
Phoenix is the first album by the singer-songwriter Vince Bell and was released on July 16, 1994, almost twelve years after Bell was severely injured by a drunk driver. The album landed high on many critics' best-of-the-year lists for 1994.
- "The Beast"
- "Hard Road"
- "Sun & Moon & Stars"
- "Mirror, Mirror"
- "I've Had Enough"
- "Girl Who Never Saw a Mountain"
- "Woman of the Phoenix"
- "Just Because"
- "No Tomorrow"
- Vince Bell – vocal, guitar
- Geoff Muldaur – mandolin, banjo, guitars
- Fritz Richmond – washtub bass
- Bill Rich – bass
- David Mansfield – violin
- Mickey Raphael – harmonica
- Stephen Bruton – guitars, mandolin
- John Cale – piano
- Jim Justice – violin
- Paul Logan – bass
- Victoria Williams – guest vocalist
- Lyle Lovett – guest vocalist
- Producer: Bob Neuwirth
- Vince Bell official site
- Vince Bell's MySpace page
- Daryn Kagan profiles Vince Bell
- Vince Bell's artist bio at the H.A.A.M. (Houston Association of Acoustic Musicians) website
- “Introducing the Vince Bell "Handmade Hardtop Acoustic Dreadnaught Line”: lutier Vince Pawless describes custom-making a guitar for Vince Bell
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