Lily Kershaw’s debut album, Midnight In The Garden, explores emotional landscapes and heart clutching melodies that say the unsaid things we struggle to say ourselves. The album takes root in the titans of folk music…those classic songsmiths who weave tapestries of sound with fingerpicking and tales of often unspoken truths.
1. Grin & Bear It
2. Betty Lou
4. Button Up Shirts To Overalls
5. Pot Smoker
6. Airport Doors
7. Water to Wine
8. Old Horses
9. Someday Soon
The first ever solo album from the former Bakerloo,Colosseum and Humble Pie lead guitarist.Clem’s history also includes guest musician appearances with The Hamburg Blues Band,Jack Bruce,Billy Cobham and Dave Sancious,Roger Waters,Manfred Mann’s Earth Band,Jon Anderson,Chris de Burgh,BB King and Bob Dylan.Recorded in late 2012/early 2013 in Germany and the UK,here is a feast of classic guitar rock that will appeal to fans of well crafted,superbly performed and produced blues and hard rock.Good songs loaded with great guitar from this fine electric guitarist.The title of the album refers to the controversy surrounding the relationship between the media,celebrities and members of the general public,who often feel victimised by the sometimes ruthless attention of the press.Clem collaborated with legendary Cream lyricist Pete Brown on several of the original songs.Features guest performances by Chris Farlowe and Maggie Bell and keyboardist Ronnie Leahy.(Route 69 marks the reunion of Maggie and Ronnie,who began their careers together in the legendary Stone The Crows).Chris and Maggie also feature on a new version of I Don’t Need No Doctor,the Ray Charles classic that was such a massive hit at live performances during Clem’s time with Humble Pie.
There may be no Honky in the title but Audrey Auld’s new album TONK has plenty in the content. Right from the outset, this latest release from the Nashville residing Aussie sets out to be a blueprint of how traditional country music can be made relevant in the 21st Century and Audrey succeeds in this […]
Willie Sugarcapps is a supergroup comprised of Will Kimbrough, Grayson Capps, Sugarcane Jane (Savana Lee and Anthony Crawford), and Corky Hughes. Its members — most of whom live on or near the Gulf Coast of Alabama (only Kimbrough lives in Nashville, but is an Alabama native) — came together while performing a songwriter’s round at […]
Tracks: 1 – The Wood Brothers – Come and Get It 2 – Buddy Miller – Yellow Submarine 3 – Will Hoge – Band on the Run 4 – Jim Lauderdale – I’m Looking Through You 5 – Holly Williams – My Love 6 – Teddy Thompson – Let Me Roll It 7 – Bruce […]
Big Big Train have brought together the two English Electric CD’s as a double album called English Electric: Full Power, featuring four new tracks and a 96 page booklet which tells the stories behind the songs on the album. Big Big Train won the Breakthrough award at the Progressive Music Awards in 2013. Praise for […]
Brand new album, Story Music, on new label signing, Arlo & Betty Recordings, by the critically-acclaimed Faroese singer-songerwriter, Teitur. With an ardent army of fans around the world, Albums Of The Week in both Guardian and Independent, two Danish “Grammies”, and numerous synchs in contemporary American movies and TV shows, Teitur’s songwriting and production credits […]