This is definitely Shearwater’s biggest and loudest record—it’s easy to imagine these songs roaring from the stage—but it’s also their most detailed and intricate one. Front man Jonathan Meiburg and producer/engineer Reisch (who also recorded 2012’s Animal Joy and the off-the-cuff collaborations of 2014’s Fellow Travelers) spent two years crafting Jet Plane and Oxbow with help from drummer Cully Symington, longtime Shearwater associates Howard Draper and Lucas Oswald, and tourmates Jesca Hoop, Abram Shook, and Jenn Wasner.
“Shades of Blue”, presents strong songwriting, thoughtful production, solid vocal and instrumental performances, and an eclectic collection of Americana styles including folk/rock, fingerstyle blues, country swing, and singer/songwriter genres.
Keith Stone is on a mission to play your blues away. His new album “The Prodigal Returns” takes you on a musical tour of New Orleans and Southern Louisiana, where you can sample the richness of his musical heritage. Stone, a native of New Orleans, lays down a solid performance as he pays tribute to […]
This is a soundtrack album by Richard Thompson for the sank-without-a-trace 1990 movie “Sweet Talker”, starring Bryan Brown as a con man. There are two fantastic rockers here that rank with Thompson’s best work: “Put Your Trust in Me” and “To Hang a Dream On”. Only a couple of the other tracks, including the melancholy […]
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