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In My Tribe

In My Tribe is the breakthrough album by folk-rock band 10,000 Maniacs. The last to feature Natalie Merchant, In My Tribe became a sensation upon its release in 1987 (see 1987 in music) and received rave reviews.

In My Tribe peaked at #37 on the Billboard 200 albums chart (North America).

Track listing

  1. What's the Matter Here? (Buck/Merchant)
  2. Hey Jack Kerouac (Buck/Merchant)
  3. Like the Weather (Merchant)
  4. Cherry Tree (Buck/Merchant)
  5. The Painted Desert (Augustyniak/Merchant)
  6. Don't Talk (Drew/Merchant)
  7. Peace Train (Cat Stevens)
  8. Gun Shy (Merchant)
  9. My Sister Rose (Augustyniak/Merchant)
  10. A Campfire Song (Merchant)
  11. City of Angels (Buck/Merchant)
  12. Verdi Cries (Merchant)

Personnel

  • Don Grolnick - Piano
  • Peter Asher - Producer
  • Jerome Augustyniak - Percussion, Drums
  • Richard Buck - Guitar, Mandolin, Guitar (Steel)
  • Robert Buck - Guitar, Mandolin, Pedal Steel, Guitar (Steel)
  • David Campbell - String Arrangements
  • Paul Dieter - Technician
  • Dennis Drew - Keyboards
  • Steve Gustafson - Guitar (Bass)
  • Dennis Karmazyn - Cello
  • Shep Lonsdale - Assistant Engineer
  • Bob Magnusson - Bass
  • George Massenburg - Engineer, Mixing
  • Natalie Merchant - Vocals
  • Novi - Viola
  • Mike Reese - Mastering
  • Sharon Rice - Engineer
  • Doug Sax - Mastering
  • Duane Seykora - Assistant Engineer
  • Michael Stipe - Vocals
  • Frank Wolf - Mixing
  • Kosh - Art Direction, Design, Cover Design
  • Edd Kolakowski - Assistant Producer
  • David Campbell - String Arrangements

Charting singles Billboard Music Charts (North America)

 1988	What s The Matter Here?	The Billboard Hot 100	                No. 80
 1988	What s The Matter Here?	Modern Rock Tracks	                No. 9
 1988	Like The Weather	Mainstream Rock Tracks	                No. 37
 1988	Like The Weather	The Billboard Hot 100	                No. 68



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