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Jeffrey Halford & The Healers - Rainmaker (2014)

6-04-2014, 10:38
Music | Blues | Country | Rock

Jeffrey Halford & The Healers - Rainmaker (2014)

Artist: Jeffrey Halford & The Healers
Title Of Album: Rainmaker
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Shoeless Records
Genre: Rock, Blues, Country, Singer Songwriter
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 45:29 min
Total Size: 108 MB
WebSite: amazon


01. Rainmaker (3:27)
02. Lost Highway (3:14)
03. Mexico (4:49)
04. Vinyl (4:52)
05. Thunderbird Motel (5:21)
06. Second Chance (4:23)
07. Natures Choir (4:41)
08. North Beach (3:04)
09. Cry of Hope (3:30)
10. Harry We Need You (3:44)
11. Joaquin (4:25)

Roots-rock/Americana artist Jeffrey Halford & The Healers releases long-awaited new album RAINMAKER.

Jeffrey Halford is one of the premier purveyors of rootsy, bluesy rock ‘n roll (Americana), with a pop sensibility. RAINMAKER is Halford's seventh release and is the follow-up to 2007's critically- acclaimed Broken Chord that climbed to #7 on the Americana charts in the USA and Europe. On RAINMAKER Jeffrey demonstrates that both he and the band have aged like a fine Northern California wine. The recording showcases the best of Halford’s songwriting and his distinctive guitar, complimented by the crafted rumble of his band.

Long admired as a singer-songwriter-guitarist, Jeffrey Halford shows a new sensitivity on RAINMAKER. There are multi-dimensional character sketches and storytelling revealing the deep urgency of love, heretofore a new territory for Halford. With songwriting that nods as much towards Sam Shephard and Jack Kerouac as it does to the usual songwriting gods, RAINMAKER captures the multi-faceted soul of America past, present, and maybe future as well. This album is a redemptive journey that just happens to be a collection of songs.

RAINMAKER is complemented by an array of notable guest artists, including Bruce Kaphan (Talking Heads, Sheryl Crow, Black Crowes) on guitar and steel, who also co-produced the album. There's a gospel infusion via Pam Delgado and Jeri Jones (Blame Sally), plus noted drummer Trey Sabatelli (Jefferson Starship, The Tubes, Todd Rundgren), and Tom Heyman (Alejandro Escovedo) on guitar.

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