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Mumford & Sons are very proud to present a new set of recordings entitled Johannesburg, made with Baaba Maal, Beatenberg and The Very Best.
The songs were recorded in Studio 2 and the Auditorium of the The South African Broadcasting Corporation, Johannesburg in February over two all-day-and–all–night sessions and produced by Mumford & Sons and The Very Best’s Swedish electronic music maestro, Johan Hugo.
Fallen Angels is the 37th studio album from Bob Dylan.
Featuring 12 classic American tunes written by some of music's most acclaimed and influential songwriters including Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen, Sammy Cahn and Carolyn Leigh, the album showcases Dylan's unique and much-lauded talents as a vocalist, arranger and bandleader.
The eagerly anticipated album based on the stage production Korreltjie Kantel.
The Project was first heard on air during the annual radio arts festival RSG KUNSTEFEES 2015 and was then adapted for stage and made its debut at Woordfees& KKNK 2016. It was subsequently launched by RSG and toured major cities and towns across South Africa.
The project is backed by RSG (100-104fm), ClemenGold and Simonsig and is an Afrikaans music production paying tribute to poet Ingrid Jonker and novelist André P Brink.
With 14 million albums sold, a pair of Juno Awards and two GRAMMY nominations, Loreena McKennitt has established a singular career with her groundbreaking blend of Celtic sounds and World Beat. This career is now documented on The Journey So Far The Best of Loreena McKennitt
The Journey So Far features a selection of 12 GREATEST HITS curated by McKennitt herself, including The Mummers Dance and Bonny Portmore, a traditional Irish folk song included on the soundtrack to Highlander III The Sorcerer, as well as Dante s Prayer, which led to her citation in Dan Brown s best-selling Inferno. The set also includes The Mystic s Dream, which was used extensively in The Mists of Avalon, a critically acclaimed mini-series starring Anjelica Huston. She garnered double-platinum honors for 1997 s The Book of Secrets and its Top 20 crossover radio hit, The Mummers Dance".
Duo album by two South Africa's finest acoustic guitarists.
Stornoway's second album, Tales From Terra Firma, is an album of stories birth, death, marriage, coming of age: The Big Stuff. The songs were mostly written in a camper van in land-locked Oxford but on listening, the yearning for adventure and the freedom of the coast and wild places is palpable. As is true of classic songwriting partnerships, lyricist Brian Briggs eloquence coupled with his crystalline voice unite with Jon Ouin s stunning arrangements and alchemise to form a musical mirror. Tales From Terra Firma reflects powerful life experiences, the great outdoors and the passing of time, which is a major theme of the album. And with that, Stornoway have self-produced a record that marks a new sophistication in compositional and, in particular, lyrical qualities, while still retaining the charm of their debut that so many fell in love with.
And so to the songs themselves. Brian suggests: "The title of the album conjures up for me, the romantic notion of an adventurer, exploring new lands and reporting on his experiences. Discovering what it is to be human and an enthusiasm for adventure, which I feel is true of me". This notion was seized upon by drummer Rob Steadman who worked in conjunction with artist Kirini Kopcke to bring an action-adventure sensibility to the album's artwork. Inspired by Antoine de Saint-Exup ry, Herg and Ukiyo-e and using the ligne claire style, the aim was, as in the songs, to contrast the drama and adventure of the high seas with something very rooted in the real world.
Bass player and other band multi-instrumentalist Oli Steadman transformed into the band s super geeky esoteric experimentalist as well as tutor to Brian in the finer points of learning Logic. Oli and Rob s parents garage in Oxford became band HQ: Stornostudios. It was here that they together brought Tales From Terra Firma into being. Whilst the band strengthened their grip on experimenting, arranging, song writing and the accompanying artwork; the majority of the tracks are simple, melodic pop songs that are warm and inviting and quintessentially Stornoway.
Time Out of Mind is Bob Dylan's 30th studio album, released in 1997 by Columbia Records. For fans and critics, the album marked Dylan's artistic comeback after he struggled with his musical identity throughout the 1980s, and hadn't released any original material since the release of Under the Red Sky in 1990. Upon release, Time Out of Mind was hailed as one of the singer-songwriter's best albums, and it went on to win three Grammy awards, including Album of the Year in 1998. It also made Uncut magazine's Album of the Year. Read more on Last.fm.
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