30 years after the mega hit Good Vibrations takes Kikki Danielsson with his new album, Postcards From A Painted Lady a big step away from the pop world that most places her in. Now, instead, country apply. Or country music and country music. Musically end plate is a good distance from the current popcountry and is actually closer to what we call Americana, for lack of a better name. It is more Loretta Lynn than Taylor Swift, more timeless yet modern, this is earthy appropriations and a darkness that give the music another dimension.
The Kropotkins, named after the Russian anarchist Peter Kropotkin, create music that hearkens back to the timeless artistry of American roots music and North Mississippi rhythm & blues and fife and drum. The six members of the band: Lorette Velvette (vocals, guitar); Charlie Burnham (vocals, fiddle and all string instruments); Dave Soldier (vocals, fiddle and string instruments); Mark Deffenbaugh aka Dog (guitar); Alex Greene (bass drum, keyboards); and Jonathan Kane (drums) have spent years nurturing their skills as musicians, vocalists and songwriters, and all members make invaluable contributions to the ensemble.
Billy Bob Thornton’s Boxmasters band has a new 2-CD set of roots-country/rock, ‘Somewhere Down the Road’
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320 kbps | 133 MB | UL | OB | TB This album is full of original rock songs that will cause you to turn the volume all the way up. With great guitar solos to the bass thumping your ears, you’ll be enjoying the best there is. If you like to rock then this […]
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