The Saint Of Lost Causes is the 8th album from American roots troubadour, Justin Townes Earle. Earle’s latest album finds a songwriter and artist who is unflinching and unequivocal in his truth.
The band mines the same raw, rootsy territory as the Waco Brothers, with the prominence of the fiddle and mandolin adding a bit more traditional feel. Dean trades lead vocals with The Meat Purveyors’ Jo Walston. Midwest nasal meets Texas twang!
"I write for myself, but certainly have The Flat Five in mind too," says Chris. "I send them new songs and let them decide which ones they want to record.
Feels Like the Third Time was recorded with Brad Wood at the now infamous (and closed) Idful Studios.
The band’s first-ever collection of original Christmas songs and was produced, mixed and engineered by John Pedigo in the band’s home state of Texas.
On this scorching, cinematic concept album ‘The Crossing’, Alejandro Escovedo tells the story of two young immigrants – Salvo from Italy, and Diego from Mexico – working in a Texas restaurant in pursuit of the American dream.
"The songs are who I believe myself to be and that will change, but for now that’s how it is and I’m very satisfied with that."
Just an editorial aside, "The World Missed Out" may be one of the world's most perfect, devastingly beautiful and heart-breaking songs ever. Don't miss out.
Mekonville 12 inch single featuring a brand new song STILL WAITING from the original lineup of the Mekons (now officially named THE ME
One part rock, one part R&B, and one part Andre Williams- having fun and doing his thing! This is a soulful record, a serious record and a reflective record.