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Bury Me In My BootsHaving grown a rabid fanbase across the globe, TC3 was named 2014's UK Classic Rock Roll of Honour Best New
Band and became 2015's most played new band on Planet Rock. With a sound all of their own that hovers between
radio-ready Country anthems, hard-and-heavy Rock ballads and traditional Southern folk, this highly anticipated
release brings fans raw music like no other.1. Bury Me In My Boots
3. Drunk Like You
6. Party Like You
7. Ship Faced
8. Soundtrack to a Six Pack
9. White Lightning
10. The South (feat. Florida Georgia Line, Dierks Bentley & Mike Eli)
11. This Accent
12. Peace Love & Dixie
13. Hot Damn
14. Runnin' Red Lights$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
The Cadillac ThreeNashville natives The Cadillac Three are known for their high-energy shows and gritty sonic instincts. As
musical co-conspirators and friends, Jaren Johnston, Kelby Ray and Neil Mason have weathered wild teenage years and touring adventures, emerging with a sound all of their own that hovers between radio-ready Country anthems, hard-and-heavy Rock ballads and traditional Southern folk. Their self-titled album, original released in 2013 digitally, is now available physically for the first time.1. I'm Southern
2. Tennessee Mojo
3. Get Your Buzz On
4. Back It Up
5. Down to the River
6. Days of Gold
7. Turn It On
8. I'm Rockin'
10. The Sticks
11. Whiskey Soaked Redemption$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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Legacy (Pre-Order)Leaving a lasting impression on fans across the globe with their high-octane live show and chart-topping songwriting skills, THE CADILLAC THREE continue to make their mark with LEGACY, set for release via Big Machine Records. The project is fueled with lyrics of life moments from weddings and babies to celebrating their road-tested brotherhood as the three Nashville natives craft 11 songs exuding pure honesty over driving melodies. The trio brings the same energy from their sold-out crowds that has critics surmising, There is no doubt that The Cadillac Three have never been ones to play by the traditional rules of country music (Rare Country) into the studio, self-producing the new music.1. Cadillacin'
3. Hank & Jesus
4. Dang If We Didn't
5. Ain't That Country
6. American Slang
7. Take Me to the Bottom
8. Long Hair Don't Care
9. Love Me Like Liquor
10. Demolition Man
11. Legacy$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. (Deluxe)Deluxe Edition Includes Demos And Live Tracks
Produced by Pete Anderson, the disc's sinewy mix of traditional honky-tonk, red-hot Bakersfield twang and rock n' roll attitude spawned a trio of hits including a cover of Johnny Horton's Honky Tonk Man, It Won't Hurt, and the title track. In the bigger picture, its stripped-down sound twisted together strains of Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, Elvis Presley, and more--with a roots-driven rawness, it changed and revitalized country music.LP 1
1. Honky Tonk Man
2. It Won't Hurt
3. I'll Be Gone
4. South of Cinncinnati
5. Bury Me (Duet with Maria McKee)
6. Guitars, Cadillacs
7. Twenty Years
8. Ring of Fire
9. Miner's Prayer
10. Heartaches By the Number
1. This Drinkin' Will Kill Me (Demo)
2. It Won't Hurt (Demo)
3. I'll Be Gone (Demo)
4. Floyd County (Demo)
5. You're the One (Demo)
6. Twenty Years (Demo)
7. Please Daddy (Demo)
8. Miner's Prayer (Demo)
9. I Sang Dixie (Demo)
10. Bury Me (Demo)
1. Can't You Hear Me Calling (Live at the Roxy 1986)
2. Honky Tonk Man (Live at the Roxy 1986)
3. Guitars, Cadillacs (Live at the Roxy 1986)
4. Rocky Road Blues (Live at the Roxy 1986)
5. Heartaches By the Number (Live at the Roxy 1986)
6. I'll Be Gone (Live at the Roxy 1986)
7. It Won't Hurt (Live at the Roxy 1986)
8. My Bucket's Got a Hole In It (Live at the Roxy 1986)
9. South of Cincinnati (Live at the Roxy 1986)
10. Mystery Train (Live at the Roxy 1986)
11. Ring of Fire (Live at the Roxy 1986)
12. Since I Started Drinkin' Again (Live at the Roxy 1986)$34.99Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
We're All Somebody From SomewhereIconic songwriter and prolific singer Steven Tyler recently revealed that his highly anticipated debut solo album,We're All Somebody From Somewhere, will be released worldwide on Dot Records, underneath the Big Machine Label Group umbrella.
Revealing the cover art while chatting with Ellen, Tyler shared that he co-produced the 13-track album entitled We're All Somebody From Somewhere, alongside legendary musicians/producers T Bone Burnett and Dann Huff in addition to Marti Frederiksen and Jaren Johnston (The Cadillac Three). On June 24th, Tyler will release the album's title track 'We're All Somebody From Somewhere' across digital retail partners everywhere.
"I headed down to Nashville last spring to start working on this project, wrote some kick ass songs with some of Music City's finest songwriters and now we get to share them with the world on July 15," said Tyler. "Country music is the new Rock 'n Roll. It's not just about porches, dogs and kicking your boots up. It's a whole lot more. It's about being real. And nothing is more real than understanding We're All Just Somebody From Somewhere."
A longtime fan of the genre, Tyler's powerful and raw (Rolling Stone Country) voice first hit the Country airwaves as Love Is Your Name" reached #1 on the Billboard Country Streaming Songs chart. He followed with the anthemic "RED, WHITE & YOU," which Taste of Country called "an unapologetic slice of good-time commercial country, slickly produced and with a lyric aimed squarely at the work-hard, play-hard values of country's core audience."
In a time-traveling musical journey that spans over four decades, the industry institution does not hold back as he recounts in-depth stories of his life from his musical ancestors in Calabria, Italy all the way to Route 440 and Nashville's Country music.1. My Own Worst Enemy
2. We're All Somebody From Somewhere
3. Hold On (Won't Let Go)
4. It Ain't Easy
5. Love Is Your Name
6. I Make My Own Sunshine
7. Gypsy Girl
8. Somebody New
9. Only Heaven
10. The Good, The Bad, The Ugly & Me
11. RED, WHITE & YOU
12. Sweet Louisiana
13. What Am I Doin' Right?
14. Janie's Got A Gun
15. Piece Of My Heart$24.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
White EyesHailing from the Show-Me State, White Eyes lugged their heavy psych and harmony-clad ballads across the Midwest, honing their live set wherever audiences were abundant. Whether it be the famed Cowtown Ballroom in Kansas City or the nearest American Legion, the quintet of long-haired bohemians loaded a double bass drum set, a wall of Marshall amplifiers, and a array of acoustic guitars into their 1953 Cadillac hearse to deliver their impeccable stage show across the plains.
Despite years of relentless gigging, White Eyes never caught their break. This previously issued LP, recorded between the fall of 1969 and 1970, was originally intended as a demo for talent buyers and industry prospectors. Well-crafted arrangements and pro-sounding production make this an exceptional piece of
lost psychedelic pop.1. It's For You
2. Streetcar Love
5. I Know What It's Like
6. Hard Hard Livin'
7. A Girl On A Hill
8. I'm Not A Free Man$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
And The War Came
"A gnarly composite of blues and folk." - PASTE "Best of What's Next"
"A surprisingly pop-leaning single from a rising folk hero." - ESQUIRE
"Astonishing Unclassifiably Original. And frighteningly good." - NPR Music
"His voice is shockingly soulful, and his effects-laden guitar playing exceptional." - BOSTON HERALD
Performing live with nothing but a guitar and a homemade kickdrum built out of an old suitcase, Austin TX's "astonishing
one-man-show" (NPR Music) Shakey Graves has quickly risen from obscurity into the nation spotlight since the release of
his debut full-length LP "Roll The Bones." Nearly two years later, as word of his haunting lo-fi recordings and contrastingly explosive live show spreads, the self-released album continues to sell at a vigorous pace, consistently ranking near the top
of Bandcamp's digital best seller charts. The album was recently released as a limited edition LP, which sold out almost immediately. New listeners around the world continue to discover his music every day, often through a series of live performance videos on YouTube (collectively over 1.5 million views). His videos for Myspace and Cadillac's "One Two Watch"
documentary series have also gathered over 3 million views alone.1. This Is The Beginning
2. Only Son
3. Dearly Departed (featuring EsmÉ Patterson)
4. The Perfect Parts
5. Hard Wired
6. Family And Genus
7. Big Time Nashville Star (featuring EsmÉ Patterson)
8. Pansy Waltz
9. House Of Winston
10. If Not For You
11. Call It Heaven (featuring EsmÉ Patterson)$21.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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The late Nashville songwriter Harlan Howard famously defined the ingredients of a great song as three chords and the truth. Every songwriter knows three chords, but laying bare the truth? Now that can be an altogether trickier affair. In January of 2012, The Gaslight Anthem piled into their old tour van and headed across the New Jersey state line for a 14 hour road trip to Nashville on their own quest for the truth. Their destination was 2806 Azalea Place, Nashville, Blackbird Studio, where the New Brunswick quartet had booked five weeks recording time with producer Brendan O'Brien (Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, AC/DC). Their mission: to reconnect with rock 'n' roll in its most feral, pure, stripped-raw form.
Brian Fallon was thirteen years old when he discovered The Clash's self-titled debut album in the racks of Sound Effects Records in Hackettstown, New Jersey: the owner of the store promised the young teenager that the record would change his life. He wasn't wrong. But there was a time, not so very long ago, when The Gaslight's Anthem frontman had grown weary of the sound of electric guitars. After three albums of soulful, impassioned, hearts-on-fire punk rock, Sink Or Swim (2007), The '59 Sound (2008) and American Slang (2010), Fallon needed a change of pace, a change of scenery.
And so, in January of 2011, together with TGA guitar tech Ian Perkins, he formed The Horrible Crowes, a darkly melancholic side-project inspired by his love of The Afghan Whigs, Tom Waits and PJ Harvey. After the band's acclaimed debut album Elsie dropped in September, Fallon joined fellow punk rock troubadours Chuck Ragan, Dan Andriano (Alkaline Trio) and Dave Hause (The Loved Ones) on the acoustic Revival Tour, airing stripped-down versions of Gaslight Anthem and Horrible Crowes songs to packed rooms across Europe. And then he returned home to New Jersey and Gaslight, re-energized, renewed and ready to make a full-tilt rock 'n' roll record again.
After six weeks of that there's nothing you want to hear more than a Marshall stack turned all the way up, he says with a laugh. The result is Handwritten, the most committed, affecting and compelling album of The Gaslight Anthem's career to date. Introduced by muscular lead-off single 45, which received it's world premiere on BBC Radio 1 as Zane Lowe's Hottest Record In The World on April 30, it finds the Jersey boys in inspired form, decanting '60's soul, '70's stadium rock, '80s hardcore and '90's grunge into eleven white-knuckle, blue-collar everyman anthems. Fallon likens its incandescent electrical storms to Tom Petty songs (being) played by Pearl Jam. Put more simply, it's a supercharged American rock 'n' roll classic.
We've taken everything we do and gone to 10 with it, explains Fallon. This is definitely the Gaslight Anthem record I would want next, if I were a fan. American Slang was cool, but this sounds like a band who has plugged back into the electric socket again. I think these songs are the closest thing to what we should have always sounded like, adds guitarist Alex Rosamilia. We just hadn't figured out yet how to play it right.
Fallon credits Brendan O'Brien for capturing the raw, live-off-the-floor feel of Handwritten. Fine-tuned in the living room of the small rental house the band shared in Nashville, its eleven tracks were recorded with the whole band eyeball-to-eyeball in one room at Blackbird, vibing off one another's energy. The electricity in the recordings is tangible. Brendan taught us a ton about songwriting and recording as a band, Fallon notes. The whole experience was amazing. That's the guy that recorded Pearl Jam, that's the guy that recorded Bruce Springsteen, that's the guy that did Rage Against The Machine; and that's the guy you want to say 'It's good', because when he says it's good, that's when it's good.
The purity of O'Brien's stark, unadorned recording process served to inspire Fallon's approach to the lyrical themes on Handwritten too. Where previous Gaslight Anthem albums evoked deathless images of Americana, all Cadillacs, jukeboxes, Ferris wheels and wistful, romanticized vignettes of star-struck lovers disappearing into the great wide open, Handwritten is rooted in Fallon's own experiences, lending the record a more immediate, emotional edge. Now I am no angel but I got nothing to hide, the singer rasps on the brooding grunge-noir of Too Much Blood. Can you say the same thing for yourself tonight?
It's supposed to be a letter to whoever is listening, says Fallon. Like, this is what we got beat up by and maybe you did too. There's so many things that I just never wrote about, real personal stuff that I just wasn't ready to talk about yet. Now I think being an adult I have some reflection on it. We wanted to look back on the music that we first found when we were in high school. The truth is, if you're my age, you were listening to Peal Jam and Nirvana and Soundgarden. When that music came out these were guys that we could relate to. They weren't the biggest bands in the world by accident.
And it's no accident either that with Handwritten, the Gaslight Anthem themselves sound built to take on the world. After years paying their dues in the punk rock underground, their major label debut is assuredly the work of a young band who know their time is now. And their laidback, charismatic frontman is ready. I've always been ready for arenas, Fallon smiles. I've just been waiting for them to catch up to me. I want to play Giant Stadium, I always wanted to be a major label, major league band. If I can be the kid that's on the cover of Time magazine, I'll take it. And I'll buy you a drink while I'm at it.1. 45
3. Here Comes My Man
4. Mulholland Drive
6. Too Much Blood
8. Biloxi Parish
11. National Anthem$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day / High on A Mountain of LoveKentucky born, Ohio raised; Tennessee jilted, California praised. That's the way the story goes, at least. In 1977 when Dwight Yoakam moved to Nashville to pursue his honky-tonk dreams, Nashville was moving away from the traditional and Countrypolitan sound it had spent the better part of a century developing, and more towards the pop-country that still holds the airwaves hostage. Dwight found that his musical aspirations were better suited for the post-Bakersfield, ''Hillbilly'' Los Angeles scene, and that his music was better received by the West coast punks and drunks than it ever was by the Music City establishment. It's a real stain on Nashville's history books, because Dwight Yoakam turned out to be one of the best damn artists country music has ever known. You know for certain now that Nashville has recognized its mistake by the sheer number of times ''Guitars, Cadillacs'' is picked on lower Broadway each day. It never gets old. It's practically the city anthem.
Third Man Records, as you know, is thrilled to call Nashville home to its label headquarters, and calling Nashville home means putting out some real country music records. We did it earlier this year from one Margo Price, and we're doing it again now, just in time for the CMA Music Festival next week. Dwight Yoakam recently took to the studio with our fearless leader Jack White III to record two of the swingin'est tunes we've ever had covered in our Blue Series: ''Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day'' (Boyce/Venet, popularized by The Monkees) b/w ''High On The Mountain of Love'' (Dorman, popularized by Kenny Lynch, then Johnny Rivers, then the Beach Boys, and recorded by many others along the way). Produced by White and backed by the Third Man band of all-stars - Lillie Mae Rische, Daru Jones, Cory Younts, Dominic Davis, Fats Kaplin - these two renditions, into which Dwight's delivery breathes new life, proves that with the right artist behind the microphone, any song'll make an even better country song. Now, have you ever heard anything more Nashville than that?1. Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day
2. High on A Mountain of Love$6.997 Vinyl Single Buy Now
Sundown Heaven Town (Deluxe)McGraw takes us back to that place with Sundown Heaven Town, his thirteenth studio album (and second release for Big Machine Records).
I picture a little town, like the one I grew up in, he says of the album's picturesque title. It's late in the afternoon. Sunset. Maybe some kids are playing baseball, and their family members are in the stands. You're at the point where the working week has given way to the weekend. That's my idea of sundown in heaven town.
Sundown Heaven Town pays tribute to those two decades, putting a new stamp on all of the sounds the revved-up country rockers, the nostalgic ballads, the down-home numbers that have made McGraw one of the best-selling country artists of the modern era.
From the banjo riff that kicks off the opening track, Overrated, to the digital percussion that pushes Lookin' for that Girl into pop-influence territory, Sundown Heaven Town mixes the old with the new, the rustic with the modern, the organic with the electric. It's a country record, in other words... with all the twists and turns we've come to expect from someone who's been at the top of the genre since 1994.
This album is very encompassing of everything that I've done in my career, McGraw explains. It's a good microcosm of what my 20 years in music has been. You can hear parts of my career throughout all these songs, as well as the future and where my music is headed.
Sundown Heaven Town also shines a light on the family, friends, and collaborators who've played roles in McGraw's career. His first cousin, Catherine Dunn, joins him on Diamonds Rings and Old Barstools, a classic-sounding country ballad about love on the rocks. His wife of 18 years, Faith Hill, lends her award-winning vocals to Meanwhile Back at Mama's, which doubles as the album's first chart-topper. Longtime friend Kid Rock makes an appearance, too, raising a rootsy ruckus on the bonus track Lincoln Continentals and Cadillacs.
I love being able to collaborate with great people, he says. To be in a place in your career where you can call up somebody like Keith Urban or Kid Rock and ask them to play or sing on a song with you, and they do it... How cool is that?
Several months before the album's release, McGraw launched the Sundown Heaven Town 2014 Tour, giving the singer a chance to perform some of the album's songs long before they hit stores. After spending countless summers on the road McGraw knew that his new songs deserved to be heard not only on the radio, or in a pair of fans' earbuds, but on stage. After all, there's an immediacy to Sundown's faster tunes, an anthemic vibe that owes just as much to the amphitheater as the honky tonk.
A family man and devoted husband, McGraw also shines a light on his softer side with tracks like Words are Medicine and Portland, Maine. He recorded his vocal parts for the latter song in just 10 minutes. The result is a wounded, wistful ballad, driven forward not by a drumbeat, but an acoustic guitar. McGraw may look larger than life while standing onstage... but when he sings about heartache, he sounds just as vulnerable as the rest of us. Maybe that's why he considers Portland, Maine one of the album's best songs, a difficult distinction to make on a record that spawned three hit singles before the album's release.
From start to finish, Sundown Heaven Town tips its cowboy hat to the traditions of country music, then tosses a some new ingredients into the mix. The result is a melting pot of everything Tim McGraw does best. It's a country album for 2014, anchored by a fondness for the genre and the desire to push it into uncharted territory. More than anything else, it's proof that artists can sound contemporary without chasing after current trends. After all, trends don't last but songs do. Especially songs like these.1. Overrated
2. City Lights
3. Shotgun Rider
5. Diamond Rings and Old Barstools with Catherine Dunn
6. Words Are Medicine
7. Sick Of Me
8. Meanwhile Back At Mama's feat. Faith Hill
9. Keep On Truckin'
10. Last Turn Home
11. Portland, Maine
12. Lookin' For That Girl
13. Still On The Line (No Ghost Ending)
14. Lincoln Continentals and Cadillacs duet with Kid Rock
15. Kids Today
16. I'm Feelin' You
17. The View
18. Black Jacket$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now