Seven Handle Circus - Whiskey Stills & Sleeping Pills (2012)

Added 27/1/2012

Seven Handle Circus - Whiskey Stills & Sleeping Pills (2012)


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Formed in 2010, the Seven Handle Circus are a six-piece Georgia band traveling across the land, pushing the limits of human endurance to send each crowd into a dancing and partying frenzy. Their music has been critically acclaimed as “Bad Ass Bluegrass” and “a brilliant little string band.”


Recently, they have shared stages bluegrass phenoms Mountain Heart and the Gibson Brothers, rocked crowds with rappers such as T Pain & Young Joc, and were invited to play at The Fox Theater in Atlanta by Mumford & Sons, when the platinum-selling englishmen just happened upon an acoustic set 7HC was playing at the bar next door to the historic theater.


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01. I've Been Around the World  

02. Walking Through the Wilderness 

03.Alabama Line 

04.Georgia Man 

05.Cruel World 


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VA - This One's For Him A Tribute to Guy Clark 2011

Added 29/12/2011

 VA - This One's For Him A Tribute to Guy Clark 2011


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Houston’s Icehouse Music will release This One’s For Him: A Tribute to Guy Clark on November 8, 2011 to celebrate Clark’s 70th birthday. Guy Clark was born in Monahans, Texas on November 6, 1941.

The collection was lovingly produced by GRAMMY-winning producer Tamara Saviano (Beautiful Dreamer: The Songs of Stephen Foster)—who is also working with Clark on his definitive biography—and frequent Clark co-writer Shawn Camp (“Sis Draper,” “Magnolia Wind”).

The tribute includes 30 tracks by 33 Americana artists who are friends and colleagues of Clark or who have been influenced by his remarkable compositions. The collection was mixed and mastered by Austin’s Cedar Creek Records principal Fred Remmert. Clark co-writer Ray Stephenson (“Hemingway’s Whiskey,” “Magdalene”) painted the CD cover image.

Part of the proceeds will benefit the Center for Texas Music History at Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas. The Center will also host a companion tribute concert Wish I Was In Austin: A 70th Birthday Tribute to Guy Clark on November 2, 2011 at Austin’s Long Center. The concert will feature Clark and several of the artists from the tribute CD.

Guy Clark’s poetry resonates deeply with his fellow songwriters.

“Guy’s songs are literature,” says Lyle Lovett, among the venerable artists who eagerly gathered for This One’s For Him: A Tribute to Guy Clark. “The first time I heard Guy Clark, I thought it made everything I’d heard up to that point something other than a song. His ability to translate the emotional into the written word is extraordinary.”

Accordingly, Clark’s most vibrant (“Instant Coffee Blues”) and vivid vignettes (“Desperadoes Waiting for a Train”) reel with cinematic landscapes (“The Last Gunfighter Ballad,” “The Cape”). Novellas frequently unfold within minutes (“Better Days,” “She Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere”).

Clark’s singular storytelling chills with striking familiarity (“The Dark”). “Songs are like Japanese painting,” he explains. “Less is more. One brushstroke takes the place of many if you put it in the right place. I’m trying to get whoever is listening to think, ‘Oh, man, I was there. I did that. I know what that’s about.’ Too many details take away.” Clark’s add volumes. Remember that old blue shirt? Mad Dog margarita? June bug on the window screen?

Of course, our passions forever burn brighter for the flour sack cape. Few capture courage as timelessly. “Guy Clark is like a dancer with the way he talks and a photographer with the way he writes,” noted Texas indie artist Terri Hendrix says. “He’s the epitome of American songwriting.”

Clark’s watercolor imagery blueprints his legend, but generosity ultimately cements his legacy. For four decades, the longtime Nashville resident, whose own Grammy-nominated Somedays the Song Writes You (2009) soars as seamlessly as his hallmark debut Old No. 1 (1975), has cultivated songwriting talent enthusiastically. His matchless eye yields high dividends: Americana royalty Shawn Camp, Rodney Crowell, Steve Earle, Vince Gill and Lovett barely begin the list he’s given sea legs. Young writers today immediately earn credibility with his stamp.

“Guy is the king in a lot of ways,” says rising songwriter Hayes Carll, who has split pages in the storied basement workshop where Clark writes and builds guitars. “I think everybody who was around Guy learned a lot from him and I think the entire music world is indebted to him for what he taught other writers. Everybody who had a chance to learn from him came away a better writer. He gave me a shot before I deserved one.” As friends say, Clark’s a curator, a creative caretaker. He celebrates high watermarks that others achieve.

This One’s for Him: A Tribute to Guy Clark returns the favor. Artists brought two key instruments: a guitar and profound reverence. Individual investments quickly emerged. Perhaps most notably, Gill claims a haunting bond. “Giant tears were falling all over my guitar as we were playing,” the country star remembers about serving as guitarist on Clark’s original “Randall Knife” recording nearly thirty years ago. “My dad was a lawyer, and he died when I was forty. Guy and I are tied at the hip through that song.”

“Let’s give her a good go and make ol’ Guy proud of us…” said Rodney Crowell kicking off the collection on the first day as he readied to record “That Old Time Feeling.” The double CD set was recorded live in studio with a core house band that included multi-instrumentalist Shawn Camp, guitarist Verlon Thompson, & pianist Jen Gunderman. The tribute was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee and Austin, Texas with a rotating cast of other musicians including multi-instrumentalist Lloyd Maines, bass players Glenn Fukunaga, Mike Bub and Glenn Worf, and drummers Kenny Malone and Larry Atamanuik.

Folks mostly laughed throughout the sessions. Swapped stories. Enjoyed company. Picked and grinned like those dusky evenings over at Guy and Susanna’s near Old Hickory Lake in the 1970s. Fittingly, Crowell issued our collective mission statement the very first day. We think you’ll agree everyone succeeded.


Traсklist:
This One’s For Him: A Tribute to Guy Clark Volume 1 Track Listing

That Old Time Feeling – Rodney Crowell
Anyhow I Love You – Lyle Lovett
All He Wants Is You – Shawn Colvin
Homeless – Shawn Camp
Broken Hearted People – Ron Sexsmith
Better Days – Rosanne Cash
Desperadoes Waiting For A Train – Willie Nelson
Baby Took A Limo To Memphis – Rosie Flores
Magdalene – Kevin Welch
Instant Coffee Blues – Suzy Bogguss
Homegrown Tomatoes – Ray Wylie Hubbard
Let Him Roll – John Townes Van Zandt II
The Guitar – Ramblin’ Jack Elliott
Cold Dog Soup – James McMurtry
Worry B Gone – Hayes Carll


This One’s For Him: A Tribute to Guy Clark Volume 2 Track Listing

Dublin Blues – Joe Ely
Magnolia Wind – Emmylou Harris & John Prine
The Last Gunfighter Ballad – Steve Earle
All Through Throwing Good Love After Bad – Verlon Thompson
The Dark – Terri Hendrix
LA Freeway – Radney Foster
The Cape – Patty Griffin
Hemingway’s Whiskey – Kris Kristofferson
Texas Cookin’ – Gary Nicholson, Darrell Scott & Tim O’Brien
Stuff That Works – Jack Ingram
Randall Knife – Vince Gill
Texas 1947 – Robert Earl Keen
Old Friends – Terry Allen
She Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere – The Trishas
My Favorite Picture of You – Jerry Jeff Walker

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Joey and Rory - A Farmhouse Christmas (2011)

Added 13/12/2011

 Joey and Rory - A Farmhouse Christmas (2011)


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01 - Joey & Rory - It's Christmas Time (03:37)
 02 -  Joey & Rory - The Gift (04:18)
 03 - Joey & Rory - If We Make it Through December (03:28)
 04 - Joey & Rory - Remember Me (03:19)
 05 - Joey & Rory - I Know What Santa's Getting for Christmas (02:24)
 06 - Joey & Rory - What the Hell (It's the Holidays) (04:17)
 07 - Joey & Rory - Blue Christmas (03:13)
 08 - Joey & Rory - Come Sit on Santa Claus' Lap (02:09)
 09 - Joey & Rory - The Diamond O (02:53)
 10 - Joey & Rory - Away in A Manger (03:02)
 11 - Joey & Rory - Let it Snow (Somewhere Else) (03:18)
 12 -  Joey & Rory - Another Wonderful Christmas (03:46)


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Shawn Camp - Discography

Added 21/11/2011

Shawn Camp

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After leaving the family farm in Arkansas at age 20, Shawn Camp soon became one of Nashville'smost sought-after sidemen. He charted a Top 40 single of his own in the '90s with "Fallin' NeverFelt So Good," and since then has earned respect as one of the industry's premier songwriters.He's penned hits for Garth Brooks ("Two Pina Coladas"), The Del McCoury Band ("My Love Will Not
Change"), Josh Turner ("Would You Go With Me") and others.
 Camp recently came to the attention of Warner Music Nashville president John Esposito, whodiscovered that Warner/Reprise had shelved an album Camp recorded in 1994. The label has finallyreleased it as 1994, alongside a reissue of his self-titled debut.


Shawn Camp - Shawn Camp (1993)

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Shawn Camp - Lucky Silver Dollar (2001)

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Shawn Camp - Live at the Station Inn 2004

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Shawn Camp - Fireball (2006)

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Shawn Camp & Billy Burnette - The Bluegrass Elvises, Vol. 1 2007

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Shawn Camp - 1994 (2010)

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Shawn Camp - Best Of (2010)

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Grant Tingey - New Moon Over Harmony Corners 2009

Added 19/9/2011

Grant Tingey - New Moon Over Harmony Corners 2009


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Grant Tingey has toured Europe and Canada, bringing his unique vocal stylings and songs to countless folks worldwide. His releases with darkHorse traditions on their various radio collections has assured Grant of consistent chart-topping success with many indie presenters in many countries. Living a real family life in rural southern ontario is examined and described in his songs. The Grant Tingey cd was produced by Randall Cousins at Grant Avenue Studio in Hamilton, Ontario.

Traсklist:
01. No More Hugs and Kisses from Loretta
02. Dance Hall Girl
03. Take This Rose to Mama
04. Stupid Me
05. I Still Think of You
06. One Way Love
07. Three Wishes
08. I Drink To Forget
09. New Moon Over Harmony Corners
10. Len and His Pen
11. Make Me Believe That It's True
12. In Canada
13. Pickin' Up The Piece


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