1. Last Go-Round
2. Don't You Let them Win
3. Got To Believe
4. Losin' You
5. She's A Real Jaguar
7. Love Is History
8. Into The Wild Blue
9. Hidh Steppin'
10. Dark Angels
11. Song For Robert (A Brother's Lament)...
SONNY LANDRETH’S NEW ALBUM BOUND BY THE BLUES MARKS A RETURN TO THE SLIDE GUITARIST’S MUSICAL ROOTS. IT PRESENTS A BOLD, BIG-SOUNDING COLLECTION OF RECORDINGS THAT CLIMB TO STRATOSPHERIC HEIGHTS OF JAZZ INFORMED IMPROVISATION, THE BEST OF CLASSIC ROCK, AND INEVITABLY REMAIN DEEPLY ATTACHED TO THE ELEMENTAL EMOTIONAL AND COMPOSITIONAL STRUCTURES THAT ARE AT THE BLUES’ HISTORIC CORE. BOUND BY THE BLUES IS A POWERFUL TRIBUTE TO THE DURABILITY AND FLEXIBILITY OF THE GENRE, AND TO HIS OWN CREATIVE VISION. SONNY NAME-CHECKS JIMI HENDRIX, MUDDY WATERS AND SOME OF LANDRETH’S OTHER MUSICAL HEROES ALONG THE WAY. HE ALSO PAYS H...
On January 25, 2003, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Johnnie Johnson -- the man Rolling Stone called “the greatest sideman in rock and roll” for his groundbreaking piano work with Chuck Berry -- stepped on stage at Houston, Texas’ Reliant Stadium. He joined his hosts, The Rolling Stones, for a rousing rendition of Honky Tonk Women. After hanging out all night with Keith Richards, Johnson got on a plane and flew to Kentucky. There he reunited with his good friends, Grammy-winning Southern blues-rockers The Kentucky Headhunters -- brothers Richard and Fred Young, Greg Martin, Doug Phelps and Anthony Kenney. The plan was to have ...
The rough and rowdy blues heard at Turner's Lounge was the inspiration for this explosive 1968 recording. Blues legend Sunnyland Slim guests with The Hawks on piano and organ. This Digipak Deluxe Edition contains the previously unissued song ""I'll Cry Tomorrow"", five alternate takes and a 16-page booklet with many never-before-seen photos from the recording sessions and Turner's. ""The raw-as-an-open-wound Chicago slide guitarist J.B. Hutto outdid himself throughout an outrageously raucous album anchored by an impossible-to-ignore ""Hip Shakin'"", the blaring title cut, and...
Having performed with everyone from Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, and Keith Richards to Paul Simon and Mavis Staples, Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams breakout with their self-titled debut album. A scorching collection of roots-rock songs featuring 8 originals and 3 covers including one song performed with the great Levon Helm before his passing.
Produced by Campbell, Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams distill everything into a potent, infectious blend of Americana style and timeless soul, offered with a relaxed generosity that can only come from rich experience.
Metamodern Sounds in Country Music is the follow-up to Sturgill Simpson's critically acclaimed debut, High Top Mountain. The album title - an allusion to Ray Charles groundbreaking 1962 record, Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music - hints at the psychedelic sounds found within. Compared to Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard, Simpson explores a more progressive side of outlaw country in his wholly unique and captivating second album.
1. Turtles All the Way Down
2. Life of Sin