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New Music Monday: Black Country Communion, Neil Young, Andrew Bird, Keith Emerson, Manu Katche

New Music Monday: Black Country Communion, Neil Young, Andrew Bird, Keith Emerson, Manu Katche

Neil Young returns with original music with Crazy Horse. Keith Emerson returns to the prog-rock glories of his time with Emerson Lake and Palmer. Black Country Communion, however, is busting up — but they left one last terrific album.

Andrew Bird – Hands of Glory (2012)

Andrew Bird – Hands of Glory (2012)

Andrew Bird shelves the intricate alterno-pop vibe of this year’s earlier Break It Yourself for something rootsier, and more real here — delving into Celtic forms, Americana, bluegrass, country and gospel

New Music Monday: Bill Frisell, Andrew Bird, Bob Margolin, Bowerbirds and … BRUUUUCE!

Amongst the things we’re stoked about this New Music Monday are Bruce Springsteen’s long-awaited Wrecking Ball, of course, but also Andrew Bird and Bill Frisell’s Floratone project

One Track Mind: Andrew Bird, "Eyeoneye" (2012)

With “Eyeoneye,” Andrew Bird finds a great middle ground between the rather over-earnest sound of his early solo records and the broader ambitions of his old band Bowl of Fire.

Download: Four free songs from Andrew Bird, including his new single "Eyeoneye"

Noisetrade is offering a free download of a four-song EP by Andrew Bird in advance of the release of his new album Break It Yourself on March 6.

Something Else! sneak peek: Andrew Bird, "Eyeoneye" (2012)

Here’s a sneak peek at “Eyeoneye,” the lead single from Andrew Bird’s forthcoming release Break It Yourself, to be issued March 6 via Mom + Pop. Recorded inside a barn owned by Bird in western Illinois, it’s the singer-songwriter’s first project since Noble Beast in 2009.

Andrew Bird – Noble Beast/ Useless Creatures (2009)

I hear a good melody and I am hooked — the kind of thing that sounds like it is crawling over and through the nooks and crannies of the music as if a centipede is making its way through the busy forest undergrowth.

Half Notes: Andrew Bird – Armchair Apocrypha (2007)

by Tom Johnson It was going to be hard for Bird to top his previous album, Andrew Bird And The Mysterious Production Of Eggs, a gorgeous, moody stunner. Equally balanced between upbeat rock numbers and quieter strings-backed pieces, Eggs had something for everyone, with smart, subtly-humorous lyrics strewn throughout to keep listeners coming back and making it a highlight ofRead More