The swampy Americana of Milwaukee follows nicely on the heels of Bronson’s 2011 solo album Blackbirds, which garnered praise from Paste Magazine, No Depression, Georgia Music Magazine and was named “one of the Top 10 Albums Of The Year By A Georgia Artist,”
For the new album Eliot recruited some of Atlanta’s finest musicians to form the band Yonder Orphans. The outfit includes Bret Hartley, a founding member of the hit country act, Sugarland, on electric guitar and lap steel; as well as Kevin Leahy of the BoDeans and Shawn Mullins, on drums.
mp3 VBR~171 kbps | 54 MB | UL
Originally released in 1970, the debut album from the newly formed supergroup combined musicianship and showmanship in a glowing ball or energy. The keyboard-dominated instrumentals and romantic ballads clearly showcased each of the three members’ individual talents, and demonstrated the variety of influences each artist brought with them to the band. In addition to a remastered version of the original album, the new Deluxe Edition contains two full discs of previously unreleased material, the Alternate ELP New 2012 Stereo Mixes and DVD Audio of 2012 5.1 mix and High Res 2012 Stereo mixes by Steven Wilson are a must for any ELP fan. Wilson, a skilled producer and engineer as well as founder of the band Porcupine Tree, has received three Grammy nominations for his surround sound mix work, Porcupine Tree’s Fear Of A Black Planet and The Incident, and most recently for his solo record, Grace For Drowning. Wilson has also remixed back catalogues for Jethro Tull and King Crimson.
This CD captures the Reverend in the relaxed atmosphere of an afternoon workshop at Allegheney University, Pennsalvania, playing his guitar, harmonica and banjo to an enthralled audience. Within days of this concert the Reverend announced to an audience at the University of Indiana.
FLAC + Covers | 163 MB | UL