The Bedroom Tapes is singer-songwriter Carly Simon’s 24th album, and 20th studio album, released in 2000. The album was critically acclaimed upon release and Simon promoted it through many television appearances, notably on Good Morning America when she gave a concert in Bryant Park, on May 19, 2000. Despite the warm reception, the album quickly went Out of print. “Our Affair” was remixed and featured on the soundtrack of the 2000 film Bounce. On April 6, 2015, Simon re-released the album as a special edition with two bonus tracks, the aforementioned “Grandmother’s House” and “When Manhattan Was A Maiden”.
The phrase “Coconut Grove” can’t help but conjure up an image– of waves lapping, palm trees swaying in bay breeze, and great, great music! And no one celebrates the Coconut Grove sound like Bobby Ingram, who has been playing around the Grove for decades. It’s a bit of magical place musically, just outside of Miami, where Vince Martin and John Sebastian played with Fred Neil, and David Crosby first got together with Joni Mitchell. Now, in his new CD release “Postcards from Coconut Grove,” Bobby Ingram both honors the history of the Grove’s music traditions and brings it up-to-date with new, modern arrangements influenced by the contemporary Miami sounds. Songs by his musical colleagues Fred Neil, John Sebastian and Michael Peter Smith are re-imagined with Bobby’s soulful renditions, and he is joined by his friend David Crosby singing back-up vocals on several of the tracks.
Carla Prather, versatile soul/rock vocalist with roots in house music and branches in alternative rock and R&B, evolves with her debut full-length album Touched, on Chicago’s CAUDog Records. Carla’s compelling contributions as a vocalist with over twenty music acts including Poi Dog Pondering.The album is the result of teaming up with Producer/Engineer Ellis Clark, who […]
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320 kbps | 122 MB | UL | OB | TB Southern modern laid-back country featuring mandolin, fiddle, steel guitars, like Jason Isbell, John Hiatt, Ryan Adams, and other storytellers with melody.
320 kbps | 106 MB | UL | OB | TB A fun country record with echoes of Seasick Steve, a dash of Johnny Cash and the structure and vocal melodies of Brian Setzer/Stray Cats.
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