01.The Crossroads Of Life
02.Grandpa s Little Girl
05.Patches In Heaven
06.You re The Reason
09.She s Not An Angel
10.Picture Of Your Mother
11.Heartaches By The Number
12.Green Green Grass
15.Beginning Of Goodbyes
“Explorer “ is the title of Cerys‟ fourth solo album and in both choosing and writing the songs she has sub consciously delved into the huge influence of not just all the music she has heard, but the places she has been around the globe, and by the times we live in, but most importantly made an album that over the seven days of recording had no pre determined sound or calculated format.The band took shape in the form of Mason Neely, long time collaborator, from Chattanooga, Attab Haddad, oud virtuoso and flamenco performer, Tigran Aleksanyan from Armenia on the Duduck, Frank Moon, of Cornwall‟s fair fields, with his 100 year old banjo, and the very English sound of Serafina Steer on harp and backing vocals, Cerys leading from the guitar.
New from Kasey Lansdale is Restless, an 11-song country album produced by John Carter Cash. Lansdale grew up in Nacogdoches surrounded by the arts and some of her earliest memories are of singing songs by Reba McIntyre and the Contours with her dad, fiction writer Joe Lansdale. For several years, she’s commuted to Nashville to write, record, and network in the music industry.“I wrote with my producers and some amazing songwriters for this project, and also recorded a few songs written by other writers in Nashville,” she said.Lansdale is also, like her dad, a creative writer and editor. Her first anthology as an editor, Impossible Monsters, is due for release this summer and she’s finished writing her first novel. The versatile artist also is an actress and model.“Singing has taken me all over the world and introduced me to some amazing people, and I feel lucky every day when I wake up because I get to do what I love. I’m just so happy no one has given me a good shake and told me to get a real job,” she said.
The Future Primitives play a blend of experimental garage rock, drawing influence from early rock n roll, rockabilly, surf, garage and first era psychedelic groups. Johnny Tex: Vocals, Guitars, Keys, Backing Vocals Heino Retief: Bass, Backing Vocals Warren Fisher: Drums mp3 320 kbps | 76 MB | UL | CL
Gov’t Mule, the blues-rock veterans’ first release for Blue Note Records. Shout! is a double-album — one set collecting 11 new tracks, and the other featuring an all-star line-up of artists interpreting those songs.The likes of Elvis Costello, Dr. John, Ben Harper, Toots Hibbert, Glenn Hughes, Jim James, Myles Kennedy, Dave Matthews, Grace Potter, Vintage […]
Keith Urban’s much-anticipated seventh studio album Fuse, set for release on September 10th, is his first in nearly three years. It will contain thirteen brand new tracks including his newest Top 10 single ‘Little Bit Of Everything’, as well as duets with Miranda Lambert (‘We Were Us’) and Eric Church (‘Raise ‘Em Up’). This deluxe […]