Joe Henry, Spearhead, Santana, Ilse DeLange, Anemone and The Paragons
A Festivál in Shuffletown
It's time for some exciting country folk music by the American singer-songwriter Joe Henry.
His all-acoustic third album Shuffletown
is a laid-back album with a lot of slow and timeless songs. The album is produced by the Americana star T-Bone Burnett and was recorded in 4 days. Shuffletown
is available for the first time on vinyl. Spearhead
is the brainchild of rapper Michael Franti, who became famous in the 1980s with The Beatniks and in the 1990s with The Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy. On his debut album Home
he covers many topics related to the social conditions of society in general. In the project he blends hip hop with a lot of other styles, including reggae, jazz, funk, folk and rock. Festivál
is the follow-up to Santana
's successful album Amigos.
The album is recorded during a period when frontman Carlos Santana was the only original member left in the band. Kicking off with the incredible "Carnaval/Let the Children Play/Jugando" medley, consisting of almost eight minutes of their attractive Latin rock.
is back with a brand new solo album, after almost 5 years of working on the successful project The Common Linnets. The rising star in the Nashville
series celebrates her 20th
anniversary as a musician with this 10-track album. The package of Ilse DeLange
includes a lyric sheet. Raw edges, psychedelic soundscapes, Madchester grooves and drawn-out nineties pop songs. These elements are connected to the debut album Silver Star
by the Rotterdam-based band Anemone. Silver Star
will be available as a limited edition of 500 individually numbered copies on coloured (crystal clear, transparent green and white mixed) vinyl. Vocal harmonies at its best with the reggae album On The Beach.
The album by The Paragons
features one of their best known songs, the 60s hit "The Tide Is High", later on successfully covered by Blondie. On The Beach
is available as a limited pressing of 500 individually numbered copies on red vinyl.