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My Wild West'
My Wild WestMy Wild West is Lissie's 3rd studio album and a fitting tribute to her life in California, from her arrival as a fresh-faced singer-songwriter til now, leaving for the Midwest wiser and more self-assured. Bookended by the songs "Hollywood" and "Ojai", it brings out the two extremes of the past decade - the dashed hopes and heartbreak of the former and the "stability, joy and peace" of the latter. My Wild West represents both a new beginning and a return to Lissie's Midwestern roots.1. My Wild West Overture
3. Wild West
5. Sun Keeps Risin'
6. Don't You Give Up On Me
9. Together or Apart
11. Go for a Walk
12. Ojai$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Juke Joint At The Edge Of The WorldJuke Joint At The Edge Of The World is a record that reflects the freedom my bandmates and I have found playing together in the last few years. Some of the places we play are like the old juke joints where people dance and shout - from these people and places we've found the energy we need to be free to shake the music up. Now, when we improvise we know it's going to take us to a new and better musical place. Time listening and working together has given us that. The result is that this record has more of a "live in the studio" feel to it. It's also rooted more in the soul and R&B dance music I grew up listening to and playing. Less thinking and more playing. Less analyzing and more fun.
When I wrote these new songs, I inhabited various characters and let them speak from their worlds about delusions and fantasy ("Plan B"), poverty, humor and strength ("Pot Holes on Main Street"), memories of my youth and class/race segregation ("Garbage Man"). I dreamed the song "Mali Katra" (what language is that?) after seeing a large group of vultures roosting on a cell tower on one of my walks. This got me thinking about the spirits and powers that roam the world and run in the background of our lives. The artwork for the cover reminds me of the absurdity and wildness of all that. I thought about calling the record Rex Comes Home. Anyway, I wouldn't take that call from that particular cell tower.
I could go on and on but suffice it to say the music is freer this time and the songs will take you places that make you dream and dance. Enjoy!
Randall Bramblett (2017)1. Plan B
2. Pot Hole On Main Street
3. Trippy Little Thing
4. Garbage Man
5. I Just Don't Have The Time
6. Since You're Gone
7. Devil's Haircut
9. Mali Katra
10. Do You Want To Be Free$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Jumping The SharkMy name is Alex Cameron and I won't waste your time. When you're talking about me and my business partner, Roy Molloy, you're talking about the online cowboys in the wild-west days of the World Wide Web. And if you want to know what we're really about just look at all the things you wish you'd done differently. All the things you stopped yourself from doing on account of the fear of failure, or rejection. Weigh that up against your ambitions. Think about your work ethic. We're reclaiming failure as an act of progress. An act of learning. Something to celebrate.
A word's meaning can change depending on who utters the thing; and so we present characters - shapes are morphed and stories are delivered. This is a collection of 4-minute tales written to provide you with insight into the inner workings of failed ambitions and self-destruction. Unedited, uncensored, and without inhibition. I've learned to reveal what I want to unlearn. I cast a light on the darkness and in doing so understand love and compassion. Fear is to be confronted, and to learn requires failure - over and over. Celebrate failure with Jumping The Shark.1. Happy Ending
2. Gone South
3. Real Bad Lookin'
4. The Comeback
5. She's Mine
6. The Internet
8. Take Care of Business$17.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now