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  • All American Made All American Made Quick View

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    All American Made

    A lot can change in a year: markets boom and bust, trends come and go, presidents
    get elected. In 2015, Margo Price was a country underdog just trying to keep
    enough gas in the tank to get to the next gig, but by the end of 2016, she was one
    of the genre's most celebrated new artists and a ubiquitous presence on late night
    television and at major festivals around the world.


    It's the kind of year most musicians can only dream of, and the arrival of Price's
    spectacular sophomore album, "All American Made," proves that she hasn't taken a
    moment of it for granted. Delivering on the promise of her debut and then some, the
    record finds Price planting her flag firmly in the soil as a songwriter who's here for
    the long haul, one with the chops to hang with the greats she so often finds herself
    sharing stages with these days.


    A prolific writer with a knack for candid self-reflection, Price has never had to look
    too far for inspiration, and on 'All American Made,' she and her songwriting partner/
    husband, Jeremy Ivey, continue to depict the trials of everyday life with unflinching
    honesty, painting poetically plainspoken portraits of men and women just trying to
    get by.


    Highs and lows, long nights and hard days, wild women and cocaine cowboys,
    politics and sexism, it's all in there, singularly filtered through Price's wry, no-bullshit
    perspective. Throughout the album, her contemporary take on classic sounds is at
    once familiar and daring, an infectious blend of Nashville country, Memphis soul,
    and Texas twang that tips its cap to everyone from Waylon and Willie (who makes
    a guest appearance) to Loretta and Dolly, all while flipping a middle finger to the
    cookie-cutter pop that dominates modern country radio. Rich with swirling pedal
    steel, honky-tonk rhythms, and Price's stop-you-in-your-tracks vocals, 'All American
    Made' is deeply reverent of tradition even as it challenges conventions, a nuanced
    exploration of conflicted emotions for our deeply conflicted times.

    1. Don't Say It
    2. Weakness
    3. A Little Pain
    4. Learning to Lose
    5. Pay Gap
    6. Nowhere Fast
    7. Cocaine Cowboys
    8. Wild Women
    9. Don't Say It
    10. Do Right By Me
    11. Loner
    12. Don't Say It
    Margo Price
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  • Have Mercy EP Have Mercy EP Quick View

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    Have Mercy EP


    Pressed On Translucent Red Colored Vinyl


    Cauthen has been the strongest, loudest singer in the room for
    as long as he can remember. He grew up in Tyler, Texas, where
    his grandfather--a songwriter and gospel song leader originally
    from Lubbock who worked with artists including Buddy Holly,
    Sonny Curtis and other Crickets-- taught Cauthen and his two
    sisters to sing harmony. Since Cauthen released his debut LP
    My Gospel, he's crisscrossed the country supporting artists
    like Elle King, Cody Jinks, Margo Price, and Ryan Bingham. In
    2018, he'll play Pickathon, Stagecoach, gig with Shaky Graves,
    and take his band of aces around world.

    1. Everybody Walkin' This Land
    2. Resignation
    3. Have Mercy
    4. Lil Son
    5. My Cadillac
    6. Tumbleweed
    7. In Love With A Fool
    Paul Cauthen
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    12 Colored Vinyl EP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Among The Ghosts (Pre-Order) Among The Ghosts (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Among The Ghosts (Pre-Order)

    Lucero's ninth studio album, Among the Ghosts, is their first for noted Nashville indie label Thirty Tigers. It was recorded and co-produced with Grammy-winning engineer/producer and Memphis native Matt Ross-Spang (Jason Isbell, Margo Price, Drive by Truckers) at the historic Sam Phillips Recording Service, the studio built by the legendary producer after outgrowing his Memphis Recording Service/Sun Studio.


    Recorded primarily live as a five-piece, Among the Ghosts eschews the Stax-inspired horns and Jerry Lee Lewis-style boogie piano featured on some of the band's past recordings for a streamlined rock & roll sound that pays homage to their seminal influences as it seeks to push that legacy into the future. For a band who carried the torch of the alt-country movement back in the 90's and helped pave the way for what is now called Americana, Lucero have re-discovered what inspired them in the first place. The sound is more their own and at the same time not exactly like anything they've done before. This is a band settling into their craft. The 10-song disc's title is both a tribute to the spirits which roam the streets of their fabled city, as well as the hard road the determinedly independent band set out on 20 years ago. The band played around 200 shows per year for many of those 20 years.


    With a nod to his younger brother Jeff Nichols, an acclaimed filmmaker whose movies include Loving, Mud, Take Shelter, Midnight Special, and Shotgun Stories; Nichols has written songs that are cinematic short stories, steeped in Southern gothic lore. There are nods to regional authors like Flannery O'Connor and Faulkner, as well as newer writers like Larry Brown (Big Bad Love, Fay), Ron Rash (The Cove, The World Made Straight), and William Gay (The Long Home).


    As the first album he's written since his marriage and the birth of his now two-year-old daughter Izzy, Nichols approached the task as a narrator rather than in first person. It's a dark palette that includes tales of a haunting ("Among the Ghosts"), a drowning ("Bottom of the Sea), a reckoning with the devil ("Everything has Changed"), a divorce ("Always Been You"), and a shoot out ("Cover Me"). And that's just Side A. Side B is a letter from a battlefield ("To My Dearest Wife"), a crime ("Long Way Back Home"), a straight-out rocker ("For the Lonely Ones") and even a spooky spoken-word cameo from actor Michael Shannon, who has appeared in every one of Nichols' brother's films. The song's title "Back to the Night" references a line from Nick Tosches' Jerry Lee Lewis biography, Hellfire. In addition, there's a song Nichols wrote for his brother's movie Loving, which appeared in the film and on the soundtrack, re- recorded for Among the Ghosts with the whole band.


    "You could also say there's a rescue, a getaway, a survival story and a middle finger to Satan himself," laughs Nichols. "It's all in your perspective."


    Several songs juxtapose going off to battle with a rock & roll band's endless touring, shifting time periods like the spirits which haunt the album, the happiness of domestic bliss undercut with fears of loss and the specter of mortality. Among the Ghosts simultaneously reprises the past and looks to the future, while being firmly anchored in the present.


    Musically, the band highlights range from co-founding member Brian Venable's Dire Straits-meets-War on Drugs guitar pyrotechnics in "Bottom of the Sea" and "Cover Me" to the Springsteen vibe of "For the Lonely Ones," Rick Steff's skeletal piano lines on "Always Been You," John C's bass lines in "Everything Has Changed" and "Long Way Back Home," and drummer Roy Berry's dynamic shifts from the powerful and brutal title track "Among the Ghosts" to the marching drive of "To My Dearest Wife" and the subtlety of "Loving." Throughout, Nichols' bourbon-soaked growl has become even more distinctive and commanding.


    Among the Ghosts offers a timeless perspective on Lucero's distinctive sound. The lyrics could've been written 200 years ago or yesterday. Representing a new South compared to the one that's been mythologized, Lucero have formulated their own ideas and culture which, in some cases, contradicts what came before them (no Confederate flags), but also updates and reconsiders those traditions in a new light.


    "I think we've tried to remake this place that we love and cherish in our own fashion. We are very proud of where we are from and we've spent the last 20 years trying to bring a bit of our version of home to the rest of the world It may have taken 20 years, but everything has fallen in place right where it needs to be," acknowledges Nichols. "There were some dark days in those middle years, but we've learned how to do this and survive. We still write heartbreak songs, but now, with a family at home, it's a whole new kind of heartbreak."


    Among the Ghosts lays out that new territory with alacrity, as Lucero shines their Morning Star, burning just as brightly, if not more so, 20 years later. As one of the album's song titles so aptly puts it, "Everything Has Changed," but one thing hasn't Lucero's music remains more vital than ever.

    1. Among the Ghosts
    2. Bottom of the Sea
    3. Everything Has Changed
    4. Always Been You
    5. Cover Me
    6. To My Dearest Wife
    7. Long Way Back Home
    8. Loving
    9. Back to the Night
    10. For the Lonely Ones
    Lucero
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    Vinyl LP - Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
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