Mastered from the original master tapes, Mobile Fidelity’s limited edition hybrid SACD brings 11 songs to life and out of the clouded, foggy sonic environment in which they’ve remained for more than 2 decades. For the first time, T Bone Burnett’s stripped-back production functions as it should.
24bit FLAC | 819 MB | UL
Chippy, also known as Songs from “Chippy”, is an album by Terry Allen, Joe Ely, Butch Hancock, Robert Earl Keen, Wayne Hancock, Jo Harvey Allen and Jo Carol Pierce. It includes original music from the play, Chippy, which was written by Jo Harvey and Terry Allen and commissioned by the American Music Theater Festival, Philadelphia, where it received its world premiere in 1994.
mp3 VBR~163 kbps | 72 MB | UL
Compared to his most recent previous releases, which were both well received and eclectic, “Head Bone Gumbo” is a more straightforward prospect; although it confounds expectations from the very start. It races out of the starting blocks with the drink and drug fueled rockabilly of “Top of the Hill” leading one to imagine that there’s an album of Jason and the Scorchers-like rock and roll intensity coming up. An expectation that immediately has the legs cut from under it with the bluesy-jazz shuffle of “Death of a Little Bird”.And there are some great songs; the light sounding “How Long Baby, Baby How Long” is an intricate heartbreak song worthy of Townes Van Zandt (“Love is a strange country full of danger and shame / Can’t buy a decent map ’cause they keep changing the names / If you ain’t on Lonely Street you’re languishing on Anguish row”). This is followed up with the joyful “Eliza Lou”, sounding like something Steve Earle would lay down in his happier moments (“Eliza Lou Eliza Lou / Prettiest eyes of china blue / New yellow dress and fine red shoes / Eliza Lou Eliza Lou”).
mp3 320 kbps | 127 MB | UL
FLAC | 186 MB | UL
The Southern Indiana singer-songwriter, actor and hay farmer, Tim Grimm will perform the songs of lifetime Grammy award winner, Tom Paxton, from his newest release Thank You Tom Paxton. For Grimm, it all started with Tom Paxton. From the liner notes for this 12-track tribute record: “I learned about the Vietnam War, I learned about […]
A new Hillbilly star from the Legendary Tubb family. Lucky Tubb continues the traditional Hillbilly sound, so if you’re a fan or Justin Tubb or Ernest Tubb, you’re sure to love Lucky too.Lucky Tubb’s style is reminiscent of the raw original Country style, and if you’re a fan of Wayne Hancock you’ll be interested to […]