Post Tagged with: "John Prine"

Will Kimbrough – Sideshow Love (2014)

There are musicians who carry an impressive resume, laden with sparkling session work and songwriting credits, and yet they never manage to channel that talent into their own work. This certainly does not describe Will Kimbrough.

Chris Knight – Little Victories (2012)

Chris Knight actually does what most of the Nashville songwriters think they’re doing. He connects with country’s perceived blue-collar audience. But real connection doesn’t come through lyrics about pickup trucks and dirt roads. It comes through truth

Marley's Ghost – Jubilee (2012)

If there is a group, in the era after the sad passing of Levon Helm, who can push forward the ageless Americana blueprint of the Band, it might just by Marley’s Ghost.

One Track Mind: John Prine, "Hello In There" (2011)

It was the first John Prine song I ever heard, and it still sends shivers of sad wonder. Learning more about his life around the time that “Hello In There” was composed only gives me a deeper appreciation for Prine’s innate sense of humanity

Bobby Whitlock on "Layla," "Beware of Darkness," "Thorn in the Garden": Gimme Five

On this special edition of Something Else! Reviews’ One Track Mind, we hand the reins over to keyboardist Bobby Whitlock, who rose to fame as a composer and sideman alongside Eric Clapton and George Harrison.