|Upfront & Down Low|
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|Released||July 17, 2007|
|Label||Verve Forecast Records|
|Teddy Thompson chronology|
Upfront & Down Low is the self-produced, third studio album by singer-songwriter Teddy Thompson, released under Verve Forecast Records on July 17, 2007.The album features covers of some of his favorite country songs, along with one original track ("Down Low"). Six songs on the album include string arrangements by Robert Kirby, while "My Blue Tears" features a string arrangement by friend and fellow singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright.
- hidden track: "Don't Ask Me to Be Friends" (Gerry Goffin, Jack Keller) (originally by The Everly Brothers)
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Brad Albetta (Bass, Vocal), Jeff Hill (Bass), Dan Reiser (Drums, Vocal, Percussion), Greg Leisz (Pedal Steel Guitar, Dobro), Tony Scherr (Guitar), Richard Thompson (Guitar), Marc Ribot (Guitar), Jim Campilongo (Guitar), David Mansfield (Dobro, Mandolin, Viola), Jason Crosby (Piano), Glen Platscha (Keyboards), Julia Kent (Cello), Iris DeMent (Vocal, Piano), Jenni Muldaur (Vocal), Tift Merritt (Vocal), Brian Fulk (Vocal), Antoine Silverman (Violin), Lorenza Ponce (Violin), Chris Cardona (Viola), Anja Wood (Cello), John Singleton (Violin), Sally Herbert (Violin), Claire Orsler (Viola), Dinah Beamish (Cello)
|U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums[ citation needed ]||49|
|U.S. Billboard Top Heatseekers[ citation needed ]||19|
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