Roots Music

Across the Great Divide: The Band, “Share Your Love [With Me]” from Moondog Matinee (1973)

Across the Great Divide: The Band, “Share Your Love [With Me]” from Moondog Matinee (1973)

Filled with depthless longing, “Share Your Love” gave this album an emotional center.

‘I have these new songs coming’: Resurgent David Crosby is already thinking about next album

‘I have these new songs coming’: Resurgent David Crosby is already thinking about next album

David Crosby’s latest went to No. 36, his highest individual finish since 1971.

On Second Thought: David + David – Boomtown (1986)

On Second Thought: David + David – Boomtown (1986)

Dark and intriguing, it left us eager for a second album that, alas, never came.

Across the Great Divide: The Band, “Book Faded Brown” from Jubilation (1998)

Across the Great Divide: The Band, “Book Faded Brown” from Jubilation (1998)

Rick Danko’s voice, poignant now with aged wisdom, finds previously unknown depths.

Something Else! sneak peek: Bruce Hornsby, “Life in the Psychotropics” from Solo Concerts (2014)

Something Else! sneak peek: Bruce Hornsby, “Life in the Psychotropics” from Solo Concerts (2014)

After a period of exploring roots music, Hornsby takes a bold step.

Exclusive stream: Supertramp’s Carl Verheyen, “Bloody Well Right” (2014)

Exclusive stream: Supertramp’s Carl Verheyen, “Bloody Well Right” (2014)

A brilliant reimagining of a song you probably thought you knew inside and out.

The Last Hombres – Odd Fellows Rest (2014)

The Last Hombres – Odd Fellows Rest (2014)

This album is filled with deep lyrical specifity, and musicianship that goes even deeper.

Alastair Greene Band – Trouble At Your Door (2014)

Alastair Greene Band – Trouble At Your Door (2014)

Traveling far afield of Green’s regular gig with Alan Parsons, this album is about visceral emotions.

Royal Southern Brotherhood – HeartSoulBlood (2014)

Royal Southern Brotherhood – HeartSoulBlood (2014)

They plunge a ladle deep into the Deep South’s bubbling gumbo pot of musical influences.

Across the Great Divide: The Band, “Rags and Bones” from Northern Lights-Southern Cross (1975)

Across the Great Divide: The Band, “Rags and Bones” from Northern Lights-Southern Cross (1975)

And so the reflective ‘Northern Lights-Southern Cross’ ends, so full of promises.