February 22, 2012 - It Rock And Roll
 

Day: February 22, 2012

All The Little Lights‘ is the much anticipated 3rd official album release from continent hopping troubadour Passenger (AKA Mike Rosenberg). Recorded at Linear studios in Sydney and co-prodcued by Chris Vallejo over the Autumn of 2011 this is an album that has the sound of an artist coming of age. As always, there’s a certain element of the youthful Cat Stevens in the tenor of Mike’s voice that tells you the emotions that drive his songs aren’t very far beneath the surface. Recorded again in Sydney, for the new album, All The Little Lights, Mike was joined once again by a core Australian band that included Boy & Bear drummer Tim Hart, jazz bassist Cameron Undy, who also played on Flight Of The Crow, and keyboards player Stu Hunter, from Katie Noonan & The Captains. If there’s a theme to be drawn from the album it’s not just the usual stock-in-trade of the travelling troubadour – love – but the love of life itself. It’s been a remarkable journey for Rosenberg, a journey that has inspired some of the finest songwriting you’ll hear anywhere, whether on a street corner, a sweaty rock’n’roll room or a concert stage. Listening to him, whether on record or in performance, you can tell he’s having the time of his life, and it’s all there on his new album, All The Little Lights.

mp3 VBR~213 kbps | 116 MB | UL  | DF

Eleven Hundred Springs next album “Midway” is the band’s 9th and is a blend of live recording, studio recording, and scaled down acoustic recording. With Matt & Steve’s expertise in the studio, it is no secret that the band is capable of recording a great sounding album.Eleven Hundred Springs is a Texas Country rock band from Texas. Their influences include Willie Nelson, Buck Owens and Doug Sahm. They are known as one of the few remaining outlaw country bands.Formed from the remnants of Dallas rockabilly band Lone Star Trio in 1998, EHS was founded by Matt Hillyer (lead vocalist, guitar, primary songwriter),Richie Vasquez(drums and harmony vocal) , Steve Berg (upright bass, harmony vocals), and Jason Garner (fiddle). It started as an annual Monday night show at Adair’s, a honky-tonk and hamburger “joint” in the Deep Ellum section of Dallas, TX. Richie Vasquez left the band due to a prior road/gig commitments and suggested Bruce Alford.

mp3 192 kbps | 56 MB | UL

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