On labels: ℗ 1980 Arista Records, Inc. On back cover: Printed in . Matrix, Runout (Label side A): (AL 9520 SA). Matrix, Runout (Label side B): (AL 9520 SB).
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The pun of the title of 24 Carrots - the first overt signal of humor Al Stewart has displayed in years, possibly ever - illustrates that a lot has changed since 1978's Time Passages. The loosening of his wit is perhaps the most evident, but the most significant is the departure of producer Alan Parsons, who collaborated with Stewart on his mid-'70s triptych of masterpieces. In truth, 24 Carrots isn't far removed from those high points, because he is indeed still writing at a remarkably consistent pace.
TITLE added to MP3 cart. Great songs from Stewart in the 80s. Pop hooks and the usual thoughtful lyrics. This album combines Al Stewart's melodies with interesting and provocative lyrics. If you want to give your ears a workout, give this album a listen.
In 1980 Al Stewart released 24 Carrots and his first live album Live/Indian Summer, both featuring Peter White's band Shot in the Dark (who released their own unsuccessful album in 1981). While "24 Carrots" did produce a single with "Midnight Rocks," the album sold less well than its two immediate predecessors.
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Stewart then released 24 Carrots ( US 1980) and his first live album Live/Indian Summer ( US 1981), with both featuring backing by Peter White's band Shot in the Dark (who released their own unsuccessful album in 1981). While "24 Carrots" did produce a No. 24 single with "Midnight Rocks", the album sold less well than its two immediate predecessors. After those releases, Stewart was dropped by Arista and his popularity declined. In a 23 June 2012 telephone interview with Bob Reid and Blair Packham on NewsTalk 1010 AM in Toronto, Ontario (partially transcribed below), Al Stewart provided these insights into his songwriting "process": I don't like repetition. For example, there have been nine songs in the Top Ten, I think, called "Hold On" (Including, I think, once there were two called "Hold On" simultaneously in the Top Ten).
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