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Swept Away is the debut solo album by noted session guitarist Steve Hunter. It was released on the Atco Records label in 1977, and was produced by Bob Ezrin and Brian Christian.

Swept Away
Swept Away Steve Hunter album cover.jpg
cover by Don Punchatz
Studio album by
Steve Hunter
Released1977
Recorded1976
1977
GenreRock
LabelAtco
ProducerBob Ezrin
Brian Christian
Steve Hunter chronology
Swept Away
(1977)
The Deacon
(1989)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4/5 stars[1]

Contents

Track listingEdit

Side oneEdit

  1. "Eight Miles High" (Gene Clark, James McGuinn, David Crosby)
  2. "Eldorado Street" (Hunter)
  3. "Goin' Down" (traditional/Don Nix, arranged by Steve Hunter)
  4. "Rubber Man" (Hunter)
  5. "Of All the Times to Leave" (Hunter)

Side twoEdit

  1. "Jasper St. Viaduct Gitar Rag" (Hunter)
  2. "Sail On Sailor" (Jack Rieley, Van Dyke Parks, Brian Wilson)
  3. "Swept Away" (Hunter)
  4. "Sea Sonata" (Hunter)
  5. "Deep Blue" (Hunter)

PersonnelEdit

  • Steve Hunter - all guitars, vocals
  • Prakash John - bass
  • Jim Gordon - drums
  • Bob Ezrin - keyboards, percussion, vocals, producer
  • With:
    • Jim Maelen - percussion
    • Jozef Chirowski - Fender Rhodes on "Eldorado Street"
    • Dr. C. Ezrin M.D. F.R.C.P. (C) F.A.C.P. professor of medicine, University of Toronto - upright bass
    • Carol Pope, Joanne Brooks and Tony D'Amico - vocals
  • Don Punchatz - cover illustration
  • Don Exeley - back cover photo
  • Lynn Breslin, Bob Defrin - art direction

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Viglione, Joe. "Swept Away - Steve Hunter". Allmusic.com. Retrieved March 11, 2015.
  • Swept Away, Steve Hunter. Atco SD 36-148 (1977) (liner notes)