Kris Kristofferson,the country veteran, 76, is bringing to an end a trilogy of albums about ageing that began with 2006’s This Old Road. Produced like its predecessors by Don Was, it sets Kristofferson’s sharp observations (“Life is a song for the dying to sing”) to grave yet graceful guitar, fiddle and harmonica melodies, ending with a jaunty tribute to another old-timer, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott.Musicians featured on the album are Greg Leisz on pedal steel and guitars, Mark Goldenberg on guitar, Sean Hurley on bass, Aaron Sterling on drums,Matt Rollings on keyboards and Sarah Watkins on violin and background vocals.
01. It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels 3:32
02. Love Is A Rose 3:04
03. How Blue (Feat. Reba) 3:01
04. Don’t Come Home A Drinkin’ (With Lovin; On Your Mind) 2:32
05. Gentle On My Mind 3:27
06. Golden Ring (Feat. Dierks Bentley) 3:07
07. Two More Bottles Of Wine 3:00
08. Leavin’ On Your Mind (Feat. Jann Arden) 4:34
09. Swinging Doors 2:58
10. Delta Dawn (Feat. Tanya Tucker) 4:18
11. I’m Movin’ On (Feat. Dean Brody) 3:36
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A More Perfect Unionis a newly-recorded 16-song collaboration between Pete Seegerand longtime friend and fellow singer-songwriter Lorre Wyatt, on which the duo is joined by newer generations of socially conscious musicians Bruce Springsteen, Tom Morello, Steve Earle, Emmylou Harris, and Dar Williams, among others.
He’s back again with a great new album. Joe Cocker’s believe it or not 23rd studio album will be released in November, and will be a more than worthy follow-up to his No.1 album “Hard Knocks”.”Fire It Up” was produced by Matt Serletic, who among others has worked with Matchbox Twenty, Santana, Rob Thomas and Collective Soul.