The concert was recorded in Munich on October 20, 1977, originally filmed to air on the German TV "Rockpalast" show. Repeated airings have led to numerous bootleg video and audio tapes of the show being available through the 80's and 90's. Although some fans believed that this set came from the same tour as the previously released On Stage (which was mostly culled from their 1976 Japanese tour), the performance on this release is actually from their 1977 European tour, a few months prior to the release of "Long Live Rock n' Roll", and thus features a different bass-player and keyboardist.
1. Kill The King
3. Sixteenth Century Greensleeves
4. Catch The Rainbow
5. Long Live Rock 'n' Roll
6. Man On The Silver Mountain
7. Do You Close Your Eyes
8. Still I'm Sad
Picture You, inhabits an aural landscape that’s all its own: a panoramic, constantly evolving spectacle marked by layers of intertwining guitars, richly textured keyboards and a rhythm section adept at skewed tempos and a tendency to veer off in unexpected directions.
Christoffer Gunrup’s anguished croon drifts through the slowly intertwining melodies of “Broken”, which concludes in a hushed pastoral interlude of voice and chiming guitars. “Safe Island” floats on a sea of reverb drenched feedback, while “The Headless Boy” drops a bit of folky Nick Drake-like melancholy into the mix. “British guitar stuff,” Grunrup says dryly. “Ride, My Bloody Valentine, Jesus and Mary Chain - not that this song is as good as theirs, but it evolved it that direction.”
As compelling and enigmatic as expected, Picture You has its own unique texture and timbre, but Gunrup, an ironic perfectionist who is always slightly dissatisfied with his work, would rather play music than talk about it. “I have no idea how to describe the songs [on any of my records]. I like and hate them all equally. If you theorize about the songs, it ruins the tension and passion. Just shut the fuck up and play, but play good.”
The Amazing is comprised of singer-songwriter Christoffer Gunrup, Reine Fiske of acclaimed neo-psych group Dungen, Fredrik Swahn, Alexis Benson and lauded jazz drummer Moussa Fadera.
2. Picture You
4. Safe Island
5. To Keep It Going
7. Tell Them You Can't Leave
8. The Headless Boy
9. Captured Light
10. Winter Dress
Night Visions is an album by Las Vegas rock band Imagine Dragons, released in 2012 in the United States. It was recorded at Studio X. All songs were written by Imagine Dragons and produced by Grammy-winning producer Alex da Kid. The band released a debut EP in February entitled Continued Silence which charted on the Billboard 200.
3. It’s Time
5. On Top of the World
6. Hear Me
8. Every Night
9. Bleeding Out
11. Nothing Left to Say / Rocks
Multi-talented recording artist and actor, Nick Jonas has already intrigued the public and impressed the masses with the release of his new song “Chains,”
earlier this summer, and will release his much anticipated self-titled album via Island Records.
His debut single “Jealous” continues to get rave reviews. Following the debut of “Jealous,” Jonas performed the hit, for the first time on National TV: Late Night with
Seth Meyers on Thursday, September 11 and The Today Show on Friday, September 12. The suave, upbeat “Jealous,” is at the other end of the musical
spectrum from “Chains” says Jonas. “Both songs demonstrate the range of music I created on my album,” continues Jonas. “I’m really proud of the body
of music, which falls somewhere in between “Chains” and “Jealous.” Lyrically, “Jealous” is a song anyone can relate to within any sort of relationship or
friendship. I can’t wait for my fans to hear it.” The video for “Jealous” is in the making, which was directed by the legendary artist Peter Tunney. Tunney,
best known for his large scale pop art that uses mixed materials on canvas and inspirational messages, has been working creatively with Nick on various
6. Numb feat. Angel Haze
7. Take Over
9. I Want You
10. Avalanche feat. Demi Lovato
11. Nothing Would Be Better
In her own unique way, Gwen Stefani has managed to shift our culture since coming on to the scene as the lead singer of No Doubt. With years of defining style and 30 million in album sales under her belt, she will again turn heads with this debut solo record that is as fresh as it is retro and as progressive as it is feel good familiar. With this project, Gwen has enlisted some of the biggest names in music (Dr.Dre, Eve, The Neptunes, Andre 3000, Nellee Hooper, Dallas Austin, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Linda Perry, and Tony Kanal) to create a genre bending masterpiece that is guaranteed to be one of the most talked about records of this year and beyond.
1. What You Waiting For
2. Rich Girl
3. Hollaback Girl
5. Bubble Pop Electric
7. Harajuku Girls
9. Real Thing
11. Danger Zone
12. Long Way To Go
Acoustic rock maestros Rodrigo y Gabriela's 9 Dead Alive was recorded and produced by Rod and Gab at their studio in Ixtapa, Mexico. Mixing was handled by Andrew Scheps (Black Sabbath, Adele, Metallica, Lana Del Rey) in Los Angeles.
9 Dead Alive sees Rodrigo y Gabriela playing face to face, guitar versus guitar, bursting with melodic energy and rhythmic invention. Recorded at their Pacific Coast hideaway in late summer, the album captures the warmth and spontaneity of two great musicians locked in together; perfectly distilled into nine new songs teeming with desire, elegance and gusto.
1. The Soundmaker (inspired by Antonio de Torres Jurado: 1817 - 1892)
2. Torito (inspired by animals and nature)
3. Sunday Neurosis (inspired by Viktor Frankl: 1905 - 1997)
4. Misty Moses (inspired by Harriet Tubman: 1820 - 1913)
5. Somnium (inspired by Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz: 1651 - 1695)
6. Fram (inspired by Fridtjof Nansen: 1861 - 1930)
7. Megalopolis (inspired by Gabriela Mistral: 1889 - 1957)
8. The Russian Messenger (inspired by Fyodor Dostoyevsky: 1821 - 1881)
9. La Salle Des Pas Perdus (inspired by Eleanor of Acquitane: 1122 - 1204)
The new album from Tropics, aka 27 year old Chris Ward, looks
outwards, armed with a newfound confidence that foregrounds his
vocal performance and songwriting.
It’s a musical progression that mirrors a personal one: the early Tropics
output was all made in the idyllic, if isolated setting of Ward’s
grandmother’s empty house in the seaside town of Southsea, which
he moved into after graduating from university to focus on writing
and recording. He was alone there - “like, really alone. For days, I had
literally no distractions.” Having moved to London in 2013, Ward now
splits his time between the city and the road, having played in
America, Mexico and across Europe throughout the past year with his
live band Keith Vaz and Morgan Hislop.
Tropics’ new full-length Rapture is the culmination of this journey. A multi-instrumentalist
from an early age, Ward has always drawn on his musical upbringing
when composing, but this time around he’s pushed himself to develop
a fuller sound than ever with the help of Vaz, Hislop and specialist jazz
drummer Gillan McLaughlin. Taking influence from Beach Boys, Max
Roach and Arthur Russell, Ward has crafted an album that fuses his
love of avant-garde percussion, 70s and 80s singer-songwriters such
as Peter Gabriel known for pop-leaning hooks, and deep production
that takes cues from ambient music.
The very first iterance of the record is the crystal clear vocal that kicks
off ‘Blame’. Ward explains that performing live so much caused him to
step outside of his comfort zone: “I used to be a bit dubious about
using my vocal too much, and felt like my strength was in sampling
and playing keys. It’s kind of switched now in that I feel a lot more
comfortable just holding a microphone and losing myself.” Inspired by
the vocal performances of the likes of Little Dragon and Innovative
Leisure labelmates Rhye, Ward also found a new lease of life in
experimenting with more androgynous vocals.
But even as his sound has greater scope than ever before, Rapture is
still a deeply personal endeavour. The majority of the songs started
life in Ward’s home, in front of a piano, before being built on in the
studio. The first half of the record is a chronicle of a whirlwind
relationship: the piano-led title track “Rapture” addresses this theme,
striving for the throes of ecstatic happiness but never quite making it
there. “It’s got this feeling of hope and joy, even though it is coming
from a sad place,” says Ward. “It’s about the struggles in your life to
get to where you want to be.” Elsewhere, lyrics such as, “You ran away
just like my luck did” hint at Ward’s love for literature and his poetic
touch, something he further explores on the album’s second side.
Later, the album grows more ambient and the literary references more
apparent. “Gloria” takes its name from the character of a frustrated
wife in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Beautiful and Damned. Likewise,
“Torrents of Spring” - also named for a work of 20th century American
fiction - builds to a sax-led climax over two painstaking minutes, and
the penultimate “House of Leaves” is “a really slow-burning ambient
instrumental; it’s kind of a nod to the first stuff I made”.
Whether filling dance floors or simply filling up your headspace,
Rapture is an intricate and intimate record that presents the many
faces of Tropics in a more revealing light than ever before.
6. Perfume Kinship
7. Torrents of Spring
8. Home & Consonance
10. House of Leaves
11. Not Enough
Baltimore, MD co-ed feminist punk act War On Women have announced their debut full-length, War On Women. Featuring 11 tracks, this S/T record was recently recorded with J. Robbins at the Magpie Cage (Against Me!, Coliseum, Lemuria). These new tracks are a natural progression for the band and a little more polished than their previous efforts, while remaining as blistering as ever. Vocalist Shawna Potter has "â€¦plenty of material to pull from when it comes to writing lyrics, considering the pervasive sexism in modern America," she commented.
War On Women formed in 2010 by several veterans of the Baltimore rock scene, including members of AVEC and Liars Academy. Describing their sound as "thrash rock meets riot grrrl," War On Women write songs too inventive and too loud to be overshadowed by their equally powerful messages. The band's furious live sets capture all of the brevity and intensity of hardcore punk with another level of lyrical and musical sophistication. War On Women's songs attack sexist attitudes and institutionalized patriarchy women everywhere still face in the 21st century with humor, intelligence, righteous anger and monster riffs.
2. Say It
4. Second Wave Goodbye
6. Roe V. World
7. Glass Cit
10. YouTube Comments
11. Diana La Cazadora
Catfish and the Bottlemen are Van McCann (vocals, guitar), Johnny Bond (lead guitar),
Benji Blakeway (bass) and Bob Hall (drums). Hailing from North Wales, the band
signed to Communion records in 2013 and made a splash onto the London music scene
soon after, playing over 100 shows in 2014 alone.
Comments singer A.A. Nemtheanga on "Where Greater Men Have Fallen": "Some time at the end of 2013 we sat and began to plot a course for album number eight. We moved camp to a new rehearsal room and the ideas began to take shape. We felt it was time to try a new studio and engineer so we went to grouse lodge deep in the middle of Ireland and employed Gomez (Cathedral, Angelwitch, Grave Miasma) to come over and work on the new album." The band's idea was, of course, to keep the PRIMORDIAL trademarks but add a more live sound, broader and heavier. In 2014, we stand at the brink of releasing album number eight and, according to Nemtheanga: "we feel revitalized, the hunger never left and we are ready for another chapter to be written in our history!"
1. Where Greater Men Have Fallen
2. Babel’s Tower
3. Come the Flood
4. The Seed of Tyrants
5. Ghosts of the Charnel House
6. The Alchemist’s Head
7. Born to Night
8. Wield Lightning to Split the Sun
Adventures in Real Time: the debut album with all songs written by Dylan Gardner,featuring “Let’s Get Started.”
1. Let's Get Started
2. Heroes Tonight
3. I'm Nothing Without You
4. Too Afraid To Love You
5. I Think I'm Falling For Something
6. The Actor
7. Sing For The Stars
8. Feeling Of Love
9. With A Kiss
Decisions is a reissue of the band’s first two EPs, packaged together for the first time. Previously only available in the UK and directly from the band, this
must have release is available to all of retail. Features the band’s signature track “A Part of Me” which has over 1.6 million views on YouTube.
1. Kick It
2. Silver Lining
3. What Did You Expect?
4. Over And Over
5. A Part Of Me (feat. Laura Whiteside)
6. I Couldn't Wait To Leave 6 Months Ago
7. All Hype, No Heart
8. Up In Smoke
9. Tables Turned
10. Head To The Ground
Originally released in 1987 and long out of print, Cuba, from The Silos has been called:< br>
“One of the great rock albums of the late ‘80’s, it’s decidedly American, anthemic, personal car music.”
The Silos formed in New York in 1985 and Cuba, their second album, is not only The Silos‚’ definitive recording,
but one that stands out amid a period of extraordinary creativity among American underground
rock bands at the time such as R.E.M., the Replacements and Hüsker Dü. “Tennessee Fire” is awesome
garage-rock sprawl, “Mary’s Getting Married” pure bliss, and “Margaret” a disarming look at the day-to-day
meaning of love.
“Cuba is one of those albums that, in the twenty-seven years since its release, has become a kind of talisman
among true music fans. Its mention elicits nods of approval and agreement from like-minded souls, and
kicks the next phase of the conversation into enthusiastic high gear. When you meet people of taste who
are unfamiliar with it, the prospect of turning them onto it becomes a palpable pleasure. Because you know
that Cuba exists inside everyone, and this extraordinary album can take you there. It’s a journey filled
with longing and loss, warmth and wonder and whether everything happens for a reason or not,
albums like this are a document, a memory map, of why we want to think so.”
-ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE
1. Tennessee Fire
2. She Lives Up The Street
3. For Always
5. Mary’s Getting Married
7. Just This Morning
8. Going Round
9. It’s Alright
10. All Falls Away
LP Album Jacket Includes a Number of Production Stills from the Film
Mastered by Joe Yannece
Lacquer Cutting on LP by Carl Rowatti at Trutone Mastering
The release in 2014 of The Dance of Reality marked the
triumphant return, after a 23-year hiatus, of Alejandro
Jodorowsky, the visionary Chilean filmmaker behind cult
classics El Topo and The Holy Mountain. In the radiantly
visceral autobiographical film, a young Jodorowsky (played by
his son, Brontis) is confronted by a collection of compelling
characters that contribute to his burgeoning surreal
consciousness. Adding to the autobiographical nature of the
work, the film was shot in Tocopilla, a coastal town on the
edge of the Chilean desert, where the filmmaker was born in
1929. Blending his personal history with metaphor,
mythology, and poetry, The Dance of Reality reflects Jodorowsky’s
philosophy that reality is not objective but rather a “dance” created by our own imaginations.
Jodorowsky’s films have always placed a special emphasis on music—his soundtracks rank as among
the most daring and fascinating in film history—and for The Dance of Reality, Jodorowsky tapped his own
son Adan Jodorowsky (a.k.a. “Adanowsky”), whose work as a composer and performer (with Devendra
Banhart among others) has won him an international following in his own right. Adanowsky’s score is
alternately lush and comical, blending brooding string passages with hypnotically repeating piano figures
that create a mood that is at times foreboding, at times wistful and, as is always the case with a score to
a Jodorowsky film, surreal.
As part of its continuing association with ABKCO Music & Records, Inc., Real Gone Music is proud to
present the complete soundtrack to The Dance of Reality on LP, mastered by Joe Yannece and
with lacquer cutting by Carl Rowatti at Trutone Mastering. The album jacket includes a number of production stills from the film. Alejandro Jodorowsky’s tradition of
remarkable film soundtracks lives on with The Dance of Reality.
2. The Clowns
4. Ibañez Orgasm
5. Carlito’s Death
6. The Wave
7. Shoes Dance
8. God Doesn’t Exist
9. Los Mineros
11. Jaime and Bucéfalo
12. Bucéfalo Dies
16. The Midget
Alcoa's Thank You EP has its roots set in setbacks. Defeater frontman and Alcoa mastermind Derek Archambault was informed by medical professionals earlier this year that he was in desperate need of a hip replacement. It sadly put any touring plans Defeater had to a grinding halt as Archambault continued to deal with pain and immobility in his hip and left leg. He humbly turned to his bands' fans for help and managed a successful fundraising project on PledgeMusic.com, offering a number of rewards in return. One of those rewards was a brand new, five-song acoustic covers EP from Alcoa appropriately titled Thank You, pressed on a limited number of CDs and available exclusively to his PledgeMusic donors.
Now Bridge Nine is proud to announce that the Thank You EP will be available from the label on 12" vinyl. Thank You features covers of songs by some of the best in contemporary punk and hardcore (and coincidentally, friends of Archambault): I Am the Avalanche, Blacklisted, Make Do and Mend, and Elder Brother, and also includes a new version of Defeater fan favorite "I Don't Mind", originally off 2011's Empty Days & Sleepless Nights. Depending on the variant, the one-sided record will also feature a screen printed or etched B-side.
1. Shambles [originally by Make Do and Mend]
2. Young Kerouacs [originally by I Am the Avalanche]
3. Stations [originally by Blacklisted]
4. Who's Gonna Carry You Home? [originally by Elder Brother]
5. I Don't Mind [originally by Defeater]
In conjunction with their recent tour supporting Kaiser Chiefs, the Lonsdale Line - EP was released on June 24, featuring two songs from the upcoming LP
and 2 songs from a past Spotify session. The momentum from this tour and EP will lead directly into the ramp up for the release of the full length LP.
1. Everything to Everyone
2. Lonsdale Line
4. Need A Little Help
6. Hey Rose
7. Slow Train
9. Dear Leron
10. I’m Living
In the second half of 2013, following years of near-constant touring as the front-man of the critically acclaimed BC outfit Yukon Blonde, Jeffrey Innes
suddenly found himself in possession of an unfamiliar commodity: free time. With Yukon Blonde on a temporary break between albums, Innes was back
at home in Vancouver, but rather than spending his downtime relaxing, he launched the solo project High Ends as an adventurous new songwriting outlet.
The resulting ten-song album, Super Class (October 7, 2014) combines the upbeat pop-rock catchiness that Innes is known for with esoteric synth
textures. It was recorded with producer Colin Stewart (Dan Mangan, the New Pornographers) at his Vancouver Island facility. During the sessions, Gold &
Youth drummer Jeff Mitchelmore handled percussion, meticulously interweaving vintage drum machine programming with live playing. Louise Burns and
New Pornographers member Kathryn Calder contributed backing vocals, while Ladyhawk's Darcy Hancock laid down guitar.
The Stereogum and VICE supported "Downtown" is the album's bold introductory statement, as Innes croons tuneful hooks over a slithery backdrop of
electronic syncopations and spooky arpeggiators before the arrangement explodes into a cloud-scraping crescendo. "Gonna Keep on Dancing" is an
unabashed foray into '80s-inspired dance pop with an instantly hummable chorus, while the Jim James-influenced “The Weight” has earned nods from the
likes of Pitchfork, Stereogum, VICE/Noisey, and ongoing trending in the HypeMachine Top 50 and Soundcloud Trending Audio sections.
The desire to make music purely for fun — without rules — is the driving force behind High Ends. With another busy year ahead of him, a prospective tour
underway and his new wildly inventive solo project under his belt, it is clear that for Jeff Innes, ‘free time’ doesn’t exist.
2. The Weight
4. I’m Gonna Keep On Dancing
6. The Believer
7. River Cruise
8. Ocean Song
9. Feel Sleep Aliens
10. Working Man’s Blues
Reykjavík-based noise quartet Sigur Rós are the biggest band in their native Iceland, which should say much, much more about the collective insanity of that earthquake-ridden, blizzard-beaten crag of an island than anything to do with Sigur Rós's sound. But in their music, Sigur Rós reflect all the breathtaking glory of the Icelandic wastes--a fairy-tale explosion of unhinged elemental majesty that's finally crystallized here, their debut European release. Poised somewhere between the haunting soundscapes of Labradford and the lilting Celtic falsetto of Enya, Agaetis Byrjun is a truly breathtaking listen. Frontman Jon Por Birgisson sings in a language that Sigur Rós dub "Hopelandic"--an otherworldly mutation of Icelandic, sung in the falsetto cadence of angels; similarly, he plays his guitar with a violin bow, opening the floodgates for brilliant waves of feedback. And while it's the opening "Svefn-G-Englar" that's Sigur Rós' moment to date, there's far more that they have to offer; listen to the pomp and flourish of a full orchestra on "Flugufrelsarinn," or the awe-inspiring near-religious mantra of "Ny Batteri."
In-Depth Liner Notes By LHI Archive Series Co-Producer Hunter Lea With Unseen Archive Photos
All Tracks Newly Remastered From The Original Tapes
The pantheon of performers known by but one name is full of superstars. Arthur–the nom de plume of singer-songwriter Arthur Lee Harper–is not one of them, but this gentle singer-songwriter and his wan, string-drenched, loved-up, psych-folk was probably never likely to be suitable for mass consumption.
Released on Lee Hazlewood’s LHI label, the haunting Dreams And Images is the first of two albums from the Melbourne, Florida-born singer-songwriter. LHI was a broad church, taking in everything from soul to country, and Arthur found a home, a producer, and a champion in Hazlewood, who described him as “A man who will someday be a child again… A reason to cry and be unafraid… A bird with eighth-notes for wings.”
Though his lonely, intimate music, shy demeanor, and stutter might not have suggested a man of great ambition, Arthur moved to Hollywood chasing the music industry dream. He suffered hardships to do so, living hand-to-mouth in a YMCA hostel with two like-minded individuals: Mark Lindsey Buckingham and Stephen John Kalinich, whose A World Of Peace Must Come has been reissued by Light In The Attic. “Arthur was a peace person. He was all about peace, love, and harmony,” remembers Kalinich in the brand new, extensive liner notes for Dreams And Images. “He was a person that believed you could change the world. We thought we would be some of the ones to usher in peace.”
While Kalinich and Buckingham were signed by the Beach Boys’ Brother Records, Arthur allied with Hazlewood, having knocked on the door of the label’s Sunset Boulevard HQ and auditioned on the spot. Entering the studio with Hazlewood, Donnie Owens, Tom Thacker, and arranger Don Randi, who brought baroque pop grandeur to the songs, Arthur let his music do the talking. "He stuttered and had a hard time getting his ideas out, so he would sing me the parts he had in mind,” remembers Randi.
A mixture of things conspired to make sure few people heard Arthur, including a packed release schedule at LHI, followed by the withdrawal of their major label funding and a lack of foundation on which to market the album. After the 1970 follow-up album, Love Is The Revolution, Arthur bowed out of the business, immersing himself in Christianity, family, and a career working first as a rocket engineer and, latterly, a teacher. “I never stopped writing or recording,” he later said. “I recorded in studios, friends’ houses, and live. I just recorded music with my friends or by myself when I felt inspired. For me, singing and songwriting is like breathing; I just do it.”
On January 10th, 2002, Arthur’s wife Lora died in a car crash. He tragically passed away of a heart attack the same night. Now, with this reissue of his great, lost album, Arthur’s fragile heart can finally be enjoyed by all.
1. Blue Museum
2. Children Once Were You
3. Sunshine Soldier
4. A Friend of Mine
5. Open the Door
6. Dreams and Images
9. Living Circa 1920
10. Valentine Grey
12. Coming Home
13. Excursion 13
The heaps of praise during 2000 surrounding 1999's Ágætis Byrjun brought surprisingly little attention to Sigur Rós' first record, released in 1997. Remaining available only through the band's Icelandic label, it took some effort to obtain, but those who did get a copy probably found it to be just as adventurous as Agætis. Though darker and more fractured than the string-laden nooks of the follow-up, it's just as sprawling and outright bombastic. It's remarkable that such a young band would be this experimental at this stage in their lifespan, but the sheer breadth gets to be an albatross. Poking fun at '70s prog rock is just as easy as shooting at cement gargoyles on a suburban rooftop, especially when you're an indie kid or a fan of post-rock. But Sigur Rós makes Yes look like the Minutemen. Whittled down to 40 minutes, Von would be considerably more effective than it already is. As a mood setter, the 10-minute opening track really takes about three minutes to do what it needs, and a few other spots seem to drag on for the sake of sucking time. That doesn't prevent Von from being impressive, veering from Gavin Bryars-style aquatic minimalism to My Bloody Valentine-style dream pop. Varying states of isolationist ambience run throughout, whether evoking unrest or tranquil rest. You can practically envision a stray headboard floating through the Sinking of the Titanic-type passages, and the lush "Myrkur" comes from a planet where MBV's Kevin Shields and Kitchens of Distinction's Julian Swales are accorded the level or worship that Earth gives to Hendrix and Clapton. And then there's that voice, one of the most distinctly unintelligible voices since the Cocteau Twins' Liz Fraser. Boy? Girl? One would be hard-pressed to guess without liner notes. Based on pure sound, Von is just as much of a treat as the acclaimed follow-up.
- Andy Kellman (All Music Guide)
1. Sigur Rós
3. Hún Jörð…
4. Leit að lífi
6. 18 sekúndur fyrir sólarupprás
1. Veröld ný og óð
4. Syndir Guðs (Opinberun frelsarans)
Eva's legend continues with Somewhere, a collection of previously unreleased songs, including two co-written by Eva. “Somewhere” was written with Chris Biondo, and “Early One Morning,” a traditional English folk song, was adapted and set to original music by Eva and Rob Cooper.
There are various sources of material, some newly discovered. Somewhere, perhaps the most diverse Eva album to date, constantly surprises, as Eva Cassidy once again takes us along on her unique musical journey.
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1. Coat of Many Colors
2. My Love Is Like A Red Rose
3. Ain’t Doin’ Too Bad
4. Chain of Fools
5. Won’t Be Long
6. Walkin After Midnight
7. Early One Morning
8. A Bold Young Farmer
9. If I Give My Heart
10. Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain
2. Burning Up With Fever
3. See You Tonite
4. Tunnel Of Love
5. True Confessions
6. Living In Sin
7. Always Near You / Nowhere To Hide
8. Man Of 1000 Faces
9. Mr. Make Believe
10. See You In Your Dreams
11. When You Wish Upon A Star