April 15, 2016 - It Rock And Roll
 

Day: April 15, 2016

coverThree years and one Independent Music Association win for Americana Album of the Year later, this singer-songwriter supergroup of sorts reconvenes for release number two. Any quintet with four strong multi-instrumentalist/vocalists and three veteran songcrafters in Will Kimbrough, Grayson Capps and Anthony Crawford has a surplus of talent most bands would envy. Singer Savana Lee, who along with Crawford comprises the Sugarcane Jane duo, even designed the artwork.

 

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Purple Pyramid Records will be releasing an out of this world collection of extraordinary performances by legendary YES keyboardist Rick Wakeman.Aptly titled Starship Trooper, this amazing collection contains two previously unreleased tracks including a powerful rendition of Tool’s “Sober” plus several more brilliant cover songs of The Who, Pink Floyd, and The Doors including five never before heard versions. The compilation also includes performances by Gong’s Steve Hillage, YES’s Billy Sherwood, Steve Howe and Tony Kaye, William Shatner, Colin Moulding, Jerry Goodman, Nik Turner, Carmine Appice and more.

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On Matters of the Heart, Lindell continues his long-time collaboration with legendary Texas guitarist, Anson Funderburgh, whose phenomenal lead playing adds even more layers of blues and soul to the album. Another friend of Lindell’s, Luther Dickinson (North Mississippi Allstars, the Black Crowes), co-produced some of the tracks and adds some fantastic resonator slide guitar. Aptly titled, Matters of the Heart is a vibrant, entrancing journey; a work filled with passion, devotion, and soul.

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Virginia band Hackensaw Boys delivers bluegrass with an abundance of upbeat energy on Charismo, their first studio album in almost 10 years. The record was produced by Larry Campbell, known for his time with Bob Dylan and work with Levon Helm, Elvis Costello, and many more.
“The songs on Charismo were sculpted and refined after playing them night after night on the road,” wrote guitarist David Sickmen. “It’s been quite a long time since we’ve released a new studio recording, and we feel like it’s a great indicator of where the band is after all of these years. We came into the studio ready with what we believed was a great batch of songs, but I’d say part of what makes the record is Larry Campbell’s production. He has a wonderful ability to hone in on a song and reduce it like a fine sauce ready for a tasty dish.”

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