Offered for sale is a copy of Jennifer Warnes’ 1992 LP, The Hunter, released by Cisco Music in 2008 as a numbered, limited edition.
About this copy: This copy of The Hunter is a 2008 U.S. pressing on the Cisco Music label. The back cover has a sticker on it indicating that this is copy 5912/8000.
The cover is M-. The insert is M-. The 180 gram disc is M- and looks unplayed. Clean disc!
A great-sounding pressing of a terrific album.
Background: Released in 1992, The Hunter was the seventh album by Jennifer Warnes.
The album did not chart.
It took Jennifer Warnes five years to construct a follow-up to Famous Blue Raincoat, and she still wasn’t able to come up with a unifying concept as simple and workable as recording a set of songs by Leonard Cohen. She did find some excellent covers, including Todd Rundgren’s “Pretending To Care” and The Waterboys’ “The Whole Of The Moon,” that may have been new to her listeners, and she got a song from Donald Fagen (“Big Noise, New York”). She also did some of her own writing, and got participation from Cohen on “Way Down Deep.” All of which is to say that there are some worthy selections on The Hunter, but on the whole, this record doesn’t match its illustrious predecessor.
In 2008, the small Cisco label pressed a limited number of copies of The Hunter on 180 gram heavy vinyl and included a high-quality color cover (the original pressings had a black and white cover.) The Hunter was Cisco’s last release prior to going out of business. That’s a pity, as the album is quite well mastered and pressed and sounds terrific.
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|Record Label:||Cisco Music|
|Year of Release:||2008|