Influenced by artists like James Taylor, Jason Mraz, Makana, as well as groups like Led Zeppelin, Jackson brings an edge to the traditional singer songwriter style while staying true to it’s intimate nature.
Digitally remastered and expanded three CD deluxe edition of this 1972 album housed in a cardboard replica of a wooden box. Includes a remastered version of the original album with a wealth of unreleased material recorded during those sessions and others recorded at Bearsville Studios throughout 1974. The set closes with a newly unearthed, 30-minute interview Charles did that was recorded shortly before the Bobby Charles album was released in August 1972.
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160 kbps | 102 MB | UL | The Garden, given the Drake comparisons it’s had. However, the reality is that Adams is, at times, more akin to John Martyn or, especially vocally, Don McLean, his oft-watery guitar work evocative of Bert Jansch.
When Feeder drummer Jon Lee unexpectedly took his own life in January 2002, the fate of the band was in question. Founding members Grant Nicholas and Taka Hirose had reservations about carrying on without their mate; however, Lee’s family urged them to continue. Nicholas and Hirose and ex-Skunk Anansie drummer Mark Richardson spent most of […]
320 kbps | 108 MB | UL | OB | TB Authentic Appalachian music, in a bluegrass reduction sauce, garnished with a sprig of homespun americana.
With 2002’s Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, Wilco finally shed the “that guy from Uncle Tupelo” baggage that had kept them from gaining the respect they clearly deserved, and Jeff Tweedy gained the confidence to follow his muse in previously unfamiliar directions with increasingly rewarding results. But with so much space now open to Tweedy and his […]