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We Met Tomorrow
Barbara Lamb (US)
-> lördag 7 september 2013
Ellen Sundberg is a singer-songwriter from Bjärme, Jämtland, in the north of Sweden. Her debut album, Black Raven, was released in 2013.
Her second album, White Smoke And Pines, was produced by Israel Nash and recorded at his home in Hill Country, outside Austin, TX. White Smoke And Pines was released in March 2015.
In December 2015, the new album Cigarette Secrets, was recorded at Dreamland Recording Studios in Woodstock, NY. The album was produced by Ellen herself and was released on August 26, 2016.
Official site: http://www.ellensundberg.se/ Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Slow Fox is 28 year old Sofia Henricsson from Ume in the north of Sweden. Sometimes she performs solo, sometimes as a duo with her sister Fanny, and sometimes with a full band band. But always under the Slow Fox moniker and always with the voice and the songs of Sofia Henricsson in focus. Slow Fox is shooting for the stars. In the title track of her first album 'Like The Birds', she talks about her dream of being able to sing like the birds. Or even better, like Mary Chapin Carpenter, Alison Krauss or Gillian Welch. Truly high ambitions for a debut album, but Slow Fox is getting close. Really close. Slow Fox got the voice, but it takes more than a great voice to do music in the country/americana field and get away with it. Slow Fox sings...
Principally recorded at Champagne Studios, Nashville, Tennessee and Ironwood Studio, Seattle, Washington.
This was fiddler Barbara Lamb's declaration of independence upon her departure from Ranch Romance, an (almost) all-woman retro country swing outfit that had recorded several very fine albums for the Sugar Hill label. Her former bandmates join her here on several tracks that could have easily been included on a Ranch Romance album, including a debonair rendition of the Texas swing classic "Panhandle Rag" and a charming Tex-Mex number titled "So What." Elsewhere on the program she returns to her bluegrass roots, accompanied by banjoist Tony Trischka, guitarist Scott Nygaard, and mandolinist Sam Bush, among others. The progra...