A warm blend of country rock with pop and blues influences set in the Australian landscape.
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The title of John Doe’s new album couldn’t be more appropriate. The Westerner,finds the co-founder of Los Angeles punk legends X meditating across open expanses of the desert, sun burning bright in the sky and the arid landscape shimmering with mystery.Doe’s inspiration came in a feverish burst in Tucson, Arizona, where he was recording with Howe Gelb (of Giant Sand) and spent time with his friend, author Michael Blake (Dances With Wolves), hours before his death. guest appearances from Chan Marshall of Cat Power, Debbie Harry of Blondie, Cindy Wasserman of Dead Rock West and Tom Brosseau.
‘The Happiest Man In The World’ is a tasty gumbo of Eric Bibb’s newest bluesy-country songs recorded in the English countryside … The stellar acoustic band, made up of musicians who have known each other for years, features legendary upricght vassist Danny Thompson (Alexis Korner, Pentangle, Donovan, John Martyn …). His exuberant, soulful sound at the heart of these songs makes ‘The Happiest Man In The World’ a real treat.
Leaning heavily into his folk and Americana roots while still embracing a wide array of instruments and textures, Wilder Adkins is proud to unveil his newest set of songs which is sure to be played in heavy rotation on your hi-fi stereos and boomboxes.
Paging Mr. Proust finds The Jayhawks still remain one of America s foremost rock bands: based around leader Gary Louris gift for melody that has made them such a respected and seminal group for almost three decades. Paging Mr. Proust features the long-time core of the Jayhawks: Gary Louris (lead vox/guitars), Marc Perlman (bass), Tim O Reagan (drums/vox), and Karen Grotberg (keyboards/vox).From the jangle of album opener Quiet Corners & Empty Spaces to the trademark harmonies of Isabel s Daughter to the more pensive Lover Of The Sun , it is clear that The Jayhawks power remains undiminished from their initial national impact, 1992 s Hollywood Town Hall.