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'Tage Mahal

Jon Oliva's Pain

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
October 25th, 2004
Catalog ID:
SPV 085-99122 CD
Label:
Steamhammer
Format:
CD
Reviews:
3 reviews (avg. 66%)
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2. People Say - Gimme Some Hell 04:08   Show lyrics
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3. Guardian of Forever 07:44   Show lyrics
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4. Slipping Away 04:29   Show lyrics
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5. Walk Alone 04:32   Show lyrics
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6. The Nonsensible Ravings of the Lunatic Mind 05:31   Show lyrics
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7. No Escape 03:23   Show lyrics
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8. Father, Son, Holy Ghost 05:54   Show lyrics
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9. All the Time 04:58   Show lyrics
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10. Nowhere to Run 05:23   Show lyrics
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11. Pain 03:13   Show lyrics
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12. Outside the Door 04:00   Show lyrics
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13. Fly Away 04:11   Show lyrics
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Band members
Jon Oliva Keyboards, Guitars, Vocals
Matt LaPorte (R.I.P. 2011) Guitars
John Zahner Keyboards, Vocals
Kevin Rothney Bass, Vocals
Chris Kinder Drums
Guest/Session
Steve "Dr. Killdrums" Wacholz Drums (tracks 7, 10)
Lee McElhaney Saxophone (tenor) (track 2)
Rusch Young Trumpet
Miscellaneous staff
Leia Tijou Artwork (assistant)
Rick Hayes Artwork (assistant)
Jon Oliva Producer
Greg Marchak (R.I.P. 2007) Co-producer, Engineering, Mastering
Jim Morris Mixing
Chris Kinder Mastering, Artwork (assistant)
Kevin Rothney Mastering, Artwork (assistant)
Kim Faulkenberry Mastering
Kathy Tijou Artwork
Jon Oliva Keyboards, Guitars, Vocals
Matt LaPorte (R.I.P. 2011) Guitars
John Zahner Keyboards, Vocals
Kevin Rothney Bass, Vocals
Chris Kinder Drums
Steve "Dr. Killdrums" Wacholz Drums (tracks 7, 10)
Lee McElhaney Saxophone (tenor) (track 2)
Rusch Young Trumpet
Leia Tijou Artwork (assistant)
Rick Hayes Artwork (assistant)
Jon Oliva Producer
Greg Marchak (R.I.P. 2007) Co-producer, Engineering, Mastering
Jim Morris Mixing
Chris Kinder Mastering, Artwork (assistant)
Kevin Rothney Mastering, Artwork (assistant)
Kim Faulkenberry Mastering
Kathy Tijou Artwork
Read And All That We Have Is... 83% Twisted_Psychology April 24th, 2010
Read It's like another Savatage... 80% Vegetaman February 22nd, 2006
Read Not Worth Your Time 35% pinpals February 12th, 2006

Taj Mahal is a mausoleum in India.

Criss Oliva (Jon's brother) once joked that if he released a solo album, he'd title it "'Tage Mahal", as a pun to Savatage's name. After Criss died, and Savatage went on hiatus, Jon started a solo project as a musical outlet for his heavier compositions, and named it 'Tage Mahal, in memory of his brother. It eventually became their debut album's title, and the band was named Jon Oliva's Pain, as to avoid confusion with Taj Mahal, an american blues musician.

Recording information:

Mixed at Morrisound Recording Studios, Tampa, Florida.
Mastered at Ausio Lab Studios, Tampa, Florida.

Identifiers:

Barcode: 693723991221
Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB47
Mould SID Code: IFPI 0729
Matrix / Runout: Sonopress (Logo) 51223587/99122 21
Rights Society: GEMA
Label Code: LC 09002

Added by: gil_galad Modified by: Antioch
Added on: 2004-09-09 18:01:34 Last modified on: 2016-01-13 07:27:51