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Malcolm Holcombe - Another Black Hole (2016)

14-02-2016, 01:30
Blues | Folk | FLAC / APE

Title: Another Black Hole
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Gypsy Eyes Music
Genre: Folk/Blues
Quality: FLAC/320 Kbps
Total Time: 37:38
Total Size: 252/102 MB

1. Sweet Georgia (3:18)
2. Another Black Hole (4:23)
3. To Get By (4:03)
4. Heidelberg Blues (3:07)
5. Don't Play Around (5:11)
6. Someone Missing (3:11)
7. Papermill Man (4:52)
8. September (2:06)
9. Leavin' Anna (3:47)
10. Way Behind (3:37)

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Malcolm Holcombe, whose “heartfelt baritone” (NPR) delivers “haunted country, acoustic blues and rugged folk” (Rolling Stone), will release his 14th studio album, Another Black Hole (Gypsy Eyes Music), February 12, 2016.

Produced by Grammy-winning producer and engineer Ray Kennedy and Brian Brinkerhoff, Another Black Hole features Holcombe’s rasping vocals and bright, percussive guitar accentuating his insightful lyrics. “It is Malcolm’s perception of the world that make his songs hit you like a gunpowder blast. His gruff and tough delivery is a primordial power full of grit, spit and anthropomorphic expression,” says Kennedy.

Recorded at Room & Board Studios in Nashville, TN, and the 10-song set features longtime musical compatriots including Jared Tyler (dobro, baritone guitar, banjo, mandolin and harmony vocals), Dave Roe (upright and electric bass), Ken Coomer (drums and percussion), Tony Joe White (electric guitar), Future Man (percussion) and Drea Merritt (vocal harmony).

Born and raised in the Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina, Holcombe is highly regarded and recognized by contemporaries in Americana music including Emmylou Harris, Wilco, Steve Earle. An “emotionally captivating” (Isthmus), performer, Holcombe has shared the stage with Merle Haggard, Richard Thompson, John Hammond, Leon Russell, Wilco and Shelby Lynne.

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Panhistoricus   User offline   14 February 2016 14:43

Thanks for sharing!

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