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Prophet has never been one to rest on his laurels and ride it out. For his ninth solo album "¡Let Freedom Ring!", Chuck reached out to some musicians and talked them into going down to Mexico City, the biggest city in the world (pop. 25 million). Recorded at Estudio 19, a state-of-the-art studio (well, circa 1958 state-of-the-art anyway) with Greg Leisz (Beck, Wilco, Emmylou Harris) co-producing.
Diverse Records is delighted to team up with the Cowboy Junkies once again, for their brand new album Renmin Park, the first volume in the "Nomad Series" of releases, of which there will be four volumes.
Formed in Toronto by siblings Michael, Peter, and Margo Timmins, The Cowboy Junkies purvey a surreal brand of moody, slow motion country music.
Named after a colorful species of hard-to-catch trout, Chicago's Dolly Varden has been making music since 1995. Fronted by the husband and wife singing-songwriting team of Stephen Dawson and Diane Christiansen, Dolly Varden plays what has been called "unabashedly gorgeous Pop music...an effortless meld of Rock, Country and Soul." Their new album, Forgiven Now, is the band's most focused effort yet.
Eleanor McEvoy is not an artist easy to pigeonhole. Irish, folk, pop, rock, country?
180g Vinyl LP Mastered by Miles Showell and Pressed at Pallas in Germany!
Diverse Records releases the studio album by Eleanor McEvoy "I'd Rather Go Blonde" which features eleven new songs. Nine of the tracks were penned by McEvoy, one which was co-written with former Beautiful South man Dave Rotheray, and there's a cover of "Good Times" by Sam Cooke.
"Love Must be Tough" is a bold break with the 'Me, Myself and I' (self played and self penned) approach of "Out There", but while exploring old ground with a fresh slant it nevertheless remains an album that has all the hallmarks we've come to expect from Ms McEvoy
"Post Electric Blues" loses none of the power chord prowess of their earlier albums (thanks to legendary rock producer Dave Eringa), but sets new crossover standards.
Joan Baez has kept her music fresh over the years by seeking out successive generations of upcoming writers and championing their work. Joan is still finding new work by young artists and popularizing it, even if they also perform the songs themselves. On her 1997 album, Gone from Danger, those songwriters are Dar Williams, Sinéad Lohan, and Richard Shindell, each of whom contributes multiple songs, as well as Betty Elders and Mark Addison.