Other than being an interesting project in its own right, the Cowboy Junkies Trinity Session Revisited has, personally, sparked an entirely renewed interest in the Junkies original recording (1987’s The Trinity Session). While I had in no way forgotten the strength of the original album, it had been a couple of years since I had […]
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Come March 4th, Whiskeytown’s second album, 1997’s Stranger’s Almanac, is getting the deluxe, two disc, reissue treatment. This marks the first Whiskeytown release since the post-humous 2001 release of Pneumonia, the band’s final studio album. No Depression dot net has the details — check it out: “Disc One of the two-disc set will feature the […]
Ryan Adams (or in this case, one D.R. Adams) has unleashed a barrage of, ostensibly, home-recorded, Youtube vids. Comprised of varying levels of content and quality? Yes. Worth your time? Absolutely. And if you are local, Adams is playing a series of dates here in southern California later this month (we’re hitting the first of […]
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On Tuesday, Ryan Adams and his band of Cardinals are releasing their second record of 2007, this time in the form of a seven song EP entitled Follow The Lights. Quick on the heels of the May release of Adams’ “solo” album, Easy Tiger, Follow The Lights consists of both new material, as well as […]
This is a re-post, from 2/06, of an, oft-requested, A.D. reader favorite. Below are the Loft Sessions Ryan Adams & The Cardinals (original lineup sans Cindy Cashdollar) recorded for XM Radio just prior to the kickoff of the Cold Roses tour in Los Angeles Spring 2005. These come highly recommended to even mild RA fans. […]
If you were looking for a reason to catch Ryan Adams on tour this summer, the quality of this show, recorded last month in Paris, should be more than enough. Adams is at his best here pulling material mainly from Easy Tiger, and the 2005 triple threat that was the albums Cold Roses, Jacksonville City […]