Lucinda Williams : Down Where The Spirit Meets The Bone

CD [Cover Art for Lucinda Williams / Down Where The Spirit Meets The Bone] Your Price: $19.54
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Sell date: 9/2014
Label: Highway 20 Records
Mfg's Catalog#: 2
CDC Part#: 1835466
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 Notes & Reviews
DOWN WHERE THE SPIRIT MEETS THE BONE is the first album in 4 years from the 3-time Grammy Award winning musician and features 20 new songs, with 18 written solely by Williams. As expected from Williams, there are poignant intimate moments that cut to the core as well as some of the fullest arrangements Williams has recorded. Williams challenges herself vocally throughout the album, exploring new dynamics with her instrument and even incorporating improvisational elements to some of her songs. There are extended performances by an incredible list of guests that include guitarists Bill Frisell, Tony Joe White & Stuart Marthis, keyboardist Ian McLagan (Faces) as well as Elvis Costello's famed rhythm section of Pete Thomas (drums) and Davey Faragaher (bass). Jakob Dylan adds harmony vocals on the beautiful 'It's Gonna Rain', while Williams' longtime rhythm section of Butch Norton (drums) and David Sutton (bass) make significant contributions. At 61, Williams is in the middle of the most prolific point of her career, with no signs of slowing down. After 10 acclaimed studio albums, she is still evolving and pushing forward creatively. She refuses to rest on her laurels. Then again, the best artists never do.

Burning Bridges
East Side of Town
West Memphis
Cold Day in Hell
Wrong Number
Stand Right by Each Other
It's Gonna Rain
Something Wicked This Way Comes
Big Mess
When I Look at the World
Walk On
Temporary Nature (Of Any Precious Thing)
Everything But the Truth
This Old Heartache
Stowaway in Your Heart
One More Day

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