I haven't posted about new music for a while... a bunch of new, cheap music from emusic.com...
"Tomorrow's Harvest" - Boards of Canada - the return of the ambient, electronic Scots.
"Banman and Sliverrock" - Midlake - 2004 debut album of Americans trying to sound like a cross between Radiohead and Jethro Tull...
"Small Source of Comfort" - Bruce Cockburn - enough said...
"Warato_o" - Narasirato - indigenous Solomon Islanders play their traditional music
"Last of the Brooklyn Cowboys," "Mystic Journey" and "Someday" - Arlo Guthrie - more of his early stuff
"A Song For You" - Leon Russell - re-records his "best of"...
"Electric" - Richard Thompson - new electric album from the guitar maestro...
"Hadestown" - Anais Mitchell - folky collaborating with the likes of Bon Iver and Ani Di Franco on the tale of Orpheus
"Adams: Harmonielehre - Short Ride in a Fast Machine" - San Francisco Symphony - classical stuff....
"Pan Tone" - Hauschka - aka Volker Bertelmann... weird ambient stuff
"Death Speaks" - David Lang - broody soundtrack type stuff, "post-minimalist" apparently
"Unknown Rooms: A Collection of Acoustic Songs" - Chelsea Wolfe - brooding, odd, tuneful
"Economy" - Pete Morton - classic English folky
"When I Drifted I Heard A Faint Melody" - Aural Method - ambient, soundtracky stuff
"Down Baby Down" - Gemma Ray - classy electric guitar and songs
"Spoke" - Calexico - early album from the kings of wild west soundtracks
"Alive in America" - Jack Bruce and band - the Cream bass player / singer does a superb live set
"The Peace of Wild Things" - Paper Route - indie rock from Nashville
plus a few live concerts from BeehiveCandy...
Free from NoiseTrade:
"Under Fire" - Green River Ordinance - Texan country-folk
"Currents and More Sampler" - Eisley - sweet sibling harmonies
"Hands of Glory & Break It Yourself Sampler" - Andrew Bird - multi-instrumentalist and nice songwriter
plus "Departures" - Bernard Fanning - new solo album from Powderfinger frontman
"Modern Art" - Matthew Sweet - great songwriter and guitarist
"From The Ground Up: Edge's Picks From U2360°" - U2 - part of the subscribers' book/CD pack
"Wake" - David Bridie - new solo album from the frontman of My Friend The Chocolate Cake and Not Drowning, Waving
"The Very Best of J.J. Cale" - J.J. Cale - the master songwriter-guitarist who taught Eric Clapton a thing or two...
hmmm..... didn't realsie there was so much...