The Breadcrumbs Widget will appear here on the live site.
Rodney Crowell (from the album The Chicago Sessions available on New West Records)
Rambling piano skitters escort Rodney Crowell into his recent release, The Chicago Sessions, as a word flow crooner, album opener “Lucky” setting the tone for the upbeat smiles provided alongside the recording’s words and music. Produced by Jeff Tweedy (solo, Wilco) and recorded by Tom Schick at Wilco’s Loft in Chicago, the tunes are breezy notes of love and optimistic observations such as “Everything at Once”, Rodney joined by Jeff Tweedy on the track. Matters of the heart are the subject in The Chicago Sessions when Rodney Crowell sends out love letter with “Loving You is the Only Way to Fly” and “Making Lovers Out of Friends”.
A melodic spoken word lyrical rambling becomes philosophy as Rodney Crowell provides a DIY-guide for the future with “Ready to Move On”. A master in the art of songwriting, The Chicago Sessions is a study in human nature. The messages of love riding along beside Rodney Crowell’s incisive everyman/woman mindset overview as he bares his soul for “You’re Supposed to Be Feeling Good”, rocks on a rolling beat with “Somebody Loves You”, cruises on a badass backbeat pontificating in “Ever the Dark”, and sends out a lyrical thank you for a particular savior for “Oh, Miss Claudia”.
Listen and buy the music of Rodney Crowell from AMAZON
For more information, please visit the Rodney Crowell website
The Blog Tags widget will appear here on the published site.
The Recommended Posts widget will appear here on the published site.