Calvin is featuring the new soul album from Janiva Magness and he says it’s her best yet. Plus you’ll be among the first to hear the new Caleb Caudle album and the new Grant-Lee Phillips album. This week’s episode also has music from The Wood Brothers, Ray Wylie Hubbard, and a 9 minute groove from Jamey Johnson covering Elmore James.
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New music from Grant-Lee Phillips, Caleb Caudle, The LYNNeS, and an amazing new R&B albu from Janiva Magness.
The small, elderly and very wooden clad venue necessitated a minimum of amplification and the sound was very close to the albums. For the most part you could hear a pin drop as the 150 or so sat enrapt.
Calvin is featuring the new R&B album from The Rev. Shawn Amos. Plus you’ll hear more new music from Tinsley Ellis, Jeremy Pinnell, Lynn Taylor & The Barflies and The Wood Brothers. You will also get to hear a live performance from Doc Watson recorded in 1958.
Caleb Caudle’s eighth album, Crushed Coins, for release on February 23, adds more instruments and with these, a distinctive new dimension to his heartfelt songwriting.
New music this week from The Reverend Shawn Amos, Greg Hudik, and a never before released live album from 1957 by Doc Watson!
Who’s got that finger-poppin’ swing on this month’s FAR chart?
The only other person I can think of who could make a neon-fur-lined cape work is Elvis, and he’s dead.
On this week’s episode, Calvin is featuring the new Wood Brothers album that has just come out. You’ll also har new music from Sarah Morris, the Toneshiners, and Lynn Taylor and the Barflies. You will also hear Bettye LaVette covering Elmore James.
He sings of Canadian prairies, motorcycles, Highway 61, railroads and projects that he glimpses life, in North America, as a drifter.
Lionheart by H.C. McEntire is one of those Americana albums that will be noted for its immense beauty and intensity.