Posts by date : March 2013

Jimmy Rosenberg feat. Bireli Lagrene & Angelo Debarre – “The Alternative…” (2013)

Posted by Zorn on March 31, 2013 with No Commentsas

jimmyJimmy Rosenberg : guitar
Angelo Debarre : guitar
Birli Lagrne : guitar
Svein Aarbostad : contrabass

Tracks:

01. Blue Bossa
02. Groovin’ High
03. Blues For Ike
04. Coquette
05. Embraceable You
06. Troublant Bolero
07. Donna Lee
08. I Can’t Give You Anything But Love
09. Wasso’s Waltz
10. Limehouse Blues
11. September Song
12. It Don’t Mean A Thing
13. All Of Me

mp3 160 kbps | 99 MB | UL

Skye Wallace – This Is How We Go (2013)

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SKY“Skye Wallace, a prodigiously talented multi-instrumentalist, makes a charmingly experimental brand of, what can best be described as, folk Canadiana. Just as this great country is vast, so too is Skye’s sound. Her enchanting voice is complimented by an array of instruments, some of which are highly unusual. Her music will make a worthy addition to any record collection.”
– Vincent Jones

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BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet – From Bamako to Carencro (2013)

Posted by Zorn on March 31, 2013 with 1 Commentas

beauFor their first studio release in four years, and the 25th in their 37-year career, BeauSoleil teamed up with Nashville-based roots music label Compass Records. The band named the new album From Bamako to Carencro, a title which alludes to the cultural and migratory connection between Bamako, in Mali, West Africa, and Louisiana (symbolized in name by the Lafayette, Louisiana suburb of Carencro), a connection that draws a sonic bloodline back to BeauSoleil’s roots.

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Wild Billy Childish & The Spartan Dreggs – Tablets of Linear B (2013)

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Tracks: 01.Tablets of Linear B (intro) 02.Hills of Bredon 03.Lemonade Stand 04.The Ballad of Robert Walser 05.The Feuds and Fuss of Dancing Kings 06.The Sir John Hawkins Memorial Car Park 07.Garden of Gethsemane 08.Theseus in Knossos 09.Tablets of Linear B mp3 128 kbps | 28 MB | UL

Steve Earle & The Dukes (& Duchesses) – The Low Highway (2013)

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The 15th album from the Americana/Alt-Country singer/songwriter, the highly anticipated follow up to 2011’s Grammy Award nominated album I’ll Never Get Out Of This World Alive. The Low Highway features his live band and was co-produced by Earle and Ray Kennedy (whose production partnership known as the “Twangtrust” was behind Lucinda Williams’ Car Wheels On […]

Sophie Zelmani – 3 Original Album Classics (2011)

Posted by Zorn on March 31, 2013 with No Comments
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CD1: Time to Kill 1999 1. My 2. Losing You 3. Nostalgia 4. Time To Kill 5. Why 6. Happier Man 7. Dreamer 8. On Your Way 9. I Don’t Know 10. Gone So Long 11. Fire CD2: Love Affair 2003 1. September Tears 2. Maja’s Song 3. To Know You 4. Memories 5. Truth […]

Wild Leaves – Wind & Rain (2013)

Posted by Zorn on March 31, 2013 with No Commentsas

The hazy, washed out Americana of Wild Leaves was one of our favourite discoveries of 2012 with their demo release of Sister. Now they have a debut EP coming out on the 26th March titled Wind And Rain, and the lead track from it is To Be Free. It builds on all the promise that […]

Tyler Fortier – .​.​.​And They Rode Like Wildfire Snaking Through The Hills ‘Neath The Scarlet Sun (2011)

Posted by Zorn on March 30, 2013 with No Commentsas

Tyler Fortier: vocals, acoustic guitar, dobro, piano, keys, harmonica, foot stomps, shaker & tambourine Erin Flood and Joseph Intile: vocals Ben Klenz: foot stomps Matt Greco: keys on “Retribution Ain’t Murder” mp3 160 kbps | 58 MB | UL | CL

Dallas Moore – Blessed Be The Bad Ones (2013)

Posted by Zorn on March 30, 2013 with No Commentsas

The Dallas Moore Band has once again recorded a great album. Their mix of Outlaw Country music, southern rock, and classic country, is medicine, to this old outlaw’s aching ears! With the “cookie cutter” pop country music, that comes out of Nashville, these days, it is so refreshing to listen to this new CD. These […]

Jesse Winchester – Talk Memphis (1981)

Posted by Zorn on March 30, 2013 with 2 Comments
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Having rushed to make Nothing but a Breeze and A Touch on the Rainy Side and getting his two least impressive albums for his trouble, Jesse Winchester spent two and a half years woodshedding before returning to the record racks with Talk Memphis. For the album, he returned to his hometown and worked with producer […]

Dan Michaelson and The Coastguards – Blindspot (2013)

Posted by Zorn on March 30, 2013 with No Commentsas

 Recorded between stints of touring with I Am Kloot and Phosphorescent, and scoring his first feature film, ‘Blindspot’ is a subtle reflection on what is left in the peripheries; the title ‘Blindspot’ referring to the unknown and what we didn’t account for, even though it is only just out of sight and understanding. Though ‘Blindspot’ […]

Alan Jackson – Precious Memories Volume II (2013)

Posted by Zorn on March 30, 2013 with 1 Commentas

Tracks: 01. Amazing Grace 02. He Lives 03. Just As I Am 04. Love Lifted Me 05. O How I Love Jesus 06. Only Trust Him 07. There Is Power In The Blood 08. Precious Memories 09. Sweet Hour Of Prayer 10. When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder 11. Wherever He Leads I’ll Go […]

Bob Manning & The Honky Tonk Roadshow – All Night Radio (2013)

Posted by Zorn on March 29, 2013 with No Commentsas

An even mix of that hardcore, steel guitar heavy, Texas dancehall music & the electric twang of the Bakersfield Sound describes this album pretty well… but it’s the lyrically rich, Traditional Country ballads that will turn you into an instant fan. The  record  that  really  woke  the  rest   of  the  world  up  to  Bob […]

The Hillbilly Moon Explosion – Damn Right Honey! (2013)

Posted by Zorn on March 28, 2013 with No Commentsas

‘Damn Right Honey’ features two distinctive guest singers joining them for duets. Rockabillynstalwart Paul Ansell, the chosen vocalist of Scotty Moore, contributes to the single ‘Flying High, Moaning Low’. And Sparky Phillips returns to duet with Emanuela on ‘Northern Crown’. For the first time they’ve engaged a brass section, and are also aided and abetted […]

Thom Chacon – Thom Chacon (2013)

Posted by Zorn on March 28, 2013 with 1 Commentas

Thom Chacon has garnered a worldwide fan base with his poignant blend of Americana and rock. This dark cowboy is a natural storyteller. The twelve songs on his new album traverse themes of gritty redemption and hard times, over a lush backdrop of acoustic guitar, harmonica, and Bob Dylan’s rhythm section (Tony Garnier, George Recile). […]

Rodriquez – Cold Fact (1969)

Posted by Zorn on March 28, 2013 with 1 Commentas

There was a mini-genre of singer/songwriters in the late ’60s and early ’70s that has never gotten a name. They were folky but not exactly folk-rock and certainly not laid-back; sometimes pissed off but not full of rage; alienated but not incoherent; psychedelic-tinged but not that weird; not averse to using orchestration in some cases […]

Holly Renee Allen – Red Dirt Soul (2012)

Posted by Zorn on March 28, 2013 with No Commentsas

Lucinda Williams meets Janis Joplin–Holly Renee Allen is a fiery, country/blues siren. And she smokes and smolders through her new album, Red Dirt Soul. Sounding like a southern fried Susan Tedeschi, Holly moves effortlessly between country, blues and gospel like Bonnie Raitt in her prime.” Family Reunion Country “She’s a natural! Raw edge with a […]

VA – The Unbroken Circle – The Musical Heritage Of The Carter Family (2004)

Posted by Zorn on March 28, 2013 with No Commentsas

Tracks: 1. Worried Man Blues – George Jones 2. No Depression In Heaven – Sheryl Crow 3. On The Sea Of Galilee – Emmylou Harris with the Peasall Sisters 4. Engine One-Forty-Three – Johnny Cash 5. Never Let The Devil Get The Upper Hand Of You – Marty Stuart and the Fabulous Superlatives 6. Little […]

Brad Dunn Band – Gravy (2013)

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The Brad Dunn Band was formed in Austin, Texas in 2009. Since the band’s demo, Evidently, was released in 2010, they have been invited to open for Reckless Kelly, Micky and the Motorcars, Pat Green, Cory Morrow and Tracy Lawrence to name a few.”Gravy” is the second release from this Texas powerhouse. This release features […]

The Dear Hunter – Migrant (2013)

Posted by Zorn on March 28, 2013 with No Commentsas

After winning over fans with thunderous indie-rock concept albums, The Dear Hunter’s frontman, Casey Crescenzo, is looking inward for their fifth studio album. The Boston collective’s new, introspective full-length effort, “Migrant,” is every bit as triumphant and forward-thinking as the band’s past work.On the new recording, Crescenzo admits, “This was the first time I removed […]