Rock-mojo-blues aficionado Marshall Okell offers up his 4th album ‘Sipping on Rocket Fuel’ . Tracked in Australia’s own blues heartland, Byron Bay, and mixed by Nick DiDia (Rage Against The Machine, Kasey Chambers, Bruce Springsteen), the new album takes Marshall back to his stylistic roots – referencing artists he grew up with like Little Feat, and The Allman Brothers. Album number four brings the boogie, the shuffle and the slide back into Okell’s dirty blues sound.
The Lake Poets is the moniker adopted by Sunderland singer/song writer Martin Longstaff. This eponymously titled début album follows on from a very well received E.P. release, Honest Hearts; a series of live shows in support of Ben Howard, Daughter and Jake Bugg, and appearances at Union Chapel, The Sage Gateshead, Glastonbury and T in the Park. Fellow Sunderland native Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) has taken a keen interest in Martin’s work and over three days at Nashville’s Blackbird Studios produced this début collection of 11 songs.Martin’s music is based around a delicate finger-style guitar, piano and a distinctive, ethereal vocal. These three elements combine to form a thoroughly engaging acoustic sound that’s quietly bolstered by electric guitar, organ, percussion and a host of the resources at Dave Stewart’s disposal.
320 kbps|111 MB| UL | UA | OB | TB Born in Arkansas,he grew up in Quitman,Ark.,on a dairy farm.His musical influences include Joe Diffie,Merle Haggard,Hank Williams Jr.,Diamond Rio and Johnny Cash.
320 kbps|101 MB| UL | UA | OB | TB Produced by Jim James of My Morning Jacket, “Golden Age” is a collection of 10 understated songs balanced between piano and a mix of electric and acoustic guitars. The arrangements are elegant and timeless, and Moore sings as though imparting a series of quiet confidences.
Nashville’s finest purveyors of febrile root-work psychedelia return with a dizzyingly accomplished second album that highlights an expanded band (including members of the Paperhead and Fly Golden Eagle); bigger, bolder arrangements featuring more and louder guitars, squally strings, and Steve Gunn; and road-ripened songwriting that veers between the frenetic and tender, recalling Jim Ford, the […]
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Salvation, sin, loneliness, yearning, desire, faith, prayers for peace and heartache aren’t concepts to be taken lightly. But on their fifth studio effort, the Wood Brothers wrap spry, soulful folk-rock around songs that address those and other weighty topics with a light touch and even some surprisingly forceful grooves.Paradise, recorded at Dan Auerbach’s Easy Eye […]
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