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Have a Little Faith

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Track Listing

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1Billy the Kid: The Open Prairie (Aaron Copland)3:11
2Billy the Kid: Streen Scene in a Frontier Town (Aaron Copland)1:45
3Billy the Kid: Mexican Dance and Finale (Aaron Copland)3:44
4Billy the Kid: Prairie Night (Card Game at Night), Gun Battle (Aaron Copland)5:02
5Billy the Kid: Celebration After Billy's Capture (Aaron Copland)2:17
6Billy the Kid: Billy in Prison (Aaron Copland)1:33
7Billy the Kid: The Open Prairie Again (Aaron Copland)2:34
8The "Saint-Gaudens" in Boston Common (Excerpt #1) (Charles Ives)0:41
9Just Like a Woman (Bob Dylan)4:49
10I Can't Be Satisfied (McKinley Morganfield)3:00
11Live to Tell (Madonna / Patrick Leonard)10:10
12The "Saint-Gaudens" in Boston Common (Excerpt #2) (Charles Ives)3:05
13No Moe (Sonny Rollins)2:37
14Washington Post March (John Phillip Sousa)2:05
15When I Fall in Love (Edward Heyman / Victor Young)3:26
16Little Jenny Dow (Stephen Foster)3:20
17Have a Little Faith in Me (John Hiatt)5:39
18Billy Boy (Traditional)1:38

News & Reviews

  • Bill Frisell Brings Multimedia "Disfarmer Project" to Europe

    Bill Frisell launches an 11-city European tour featuring the music of his last Nonesuch album, Disfarmer, in Hamburg, Germany, tonight. Joining him on tour are steel-guitar player Greg Leisz, bassist Viktor Krauss, and violinist Carrie Rodriquez. In the multimedia piece, inspired by the life, work, and subjects of eccentric photographer Mike Disfarmer, projected images of Disfarmer's portraits illuminate Frisell's musical perspectives on this fascinating character.

  • Bill Frisell Begins Two-Week Residency at New York's Village Vanguard; Film Featuring His Music Opens at Hot Docs Festival

    Bill Frisell is in New York City this week to begin a two-week residency at the Village Vanguard. This week's line-up features the Bill Frisell Trio, with Eyvind Kang on violin and Rudy Royston on drums. Next week, Frisell leads his 858 Quartet, with Kang returning on violin, Jenny Scheinman on violin as well, and Hank Roberts joining on cello. Tonight, Portrait of a Man, a new documentary film featuring Frisell's music, receives its international premiere at the Hot Docs film festival in Toronto.

About this Album

Frisell’s quintet lineup interprets Ives, Copland, Hiatt, Dylan, even Madonna. The New York Times calls Frisell “a gifted improviser more than willing to offer unusual juxtapositions. Bits of country music float by, a jazz idea, a blast of rock.”


Bill Frisell, guitar
Don Byron, clarinet, bass clarinet
Guy Klucevsek, accordion
Kermit Driscoll, bass
Joey Baron, drums

Produced by Wayne Horvitz
Engineered by Joe Ferla
Recorded March 1992, at RPM Studios, New York City
Assistant Engineer: Robert Smith
Mixed at Bad Animals Studios, Seattle
Assistant Engineer: Sam Hofstedt
Mastered by Greg Calibi, Sterling Sound, New York City

All music arranged by Bill Frisell

Design by John Heiden
Cover photograph: Race, 4th of July, Vale, Oregon, by Russell Lee, Library of Congress, Farm Security Administration Collection

Executive Producer: Robert Hurwitz

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