Well, where other reissue labels fear to tread Real Gone Music goes full speed ahead.
While the shimmering and soulfully progressive “Louisiana” hints at the 70’s, he soon offers a more experimental twist on the singer songwriter format with the brass heavy “There You Go Again”, before diving headfirst into the cocksure, irresistible groove of “Alzheimer’s Blues”.
Though a consistent and full sounding collection, the album rarely repeats a trick, innovating, building and exploring from beginning to end.
An expanded 2 CD set will also be available, as will a single disc featuring a remastered version of the original album.
The remastered audio will also be available digitally and on streaming services.
Many of the selections are previously unissued and most are making their CD debut. The daytime auto mechanic and nighttime singer songwriter effortlessly infuses her new collection with equal measures swagger and sway.
What’s more, this one’s released with the full cooperation of the legendary lady, Dionne herself, who sat down for an interview with liner note writer Joe Marchese, and includes rare photos. Witness ”Gliding”, Herring's 4th record, produced by legendary instrumentalist Steve Fishell and releasing on Austin based Eight 30 Records, delivers all raw emotion with a voice branded at birth for honkytonks. “I found an immediate connection with Emily”, Fishell says.
Matthew lives and breathes the kind of expansive music that allows the listener to bring their own trip to the trip.
Twang and tribal drumming clash with synth, sax, strings and stoner guitar solos.
leetwood Mac will include a slew of previously unreleased studio and live recordings on a new reissue of their 1975 self titled album, out January 19th, 2018.