Yeah, he has created an impressive body of work. Sad that Richmond F broke up – I thought that their last one was one of their strongest (and that says a lot).
Richmond B on the other hand should be broken up.
I am patiently waiting for the new Eddie Vedder release.
After hearing a couple of the singles from it, I’m looking forward to hearing the rest.
I saw Into the Wild a week or two ago and really enjoyed the soundtrack.
I love the guy, but so many of these so far are acoustic performances within about 12 months of each other. I’d like to see a wider swath of material, and more full band stuff too.
I like both the acoustic & full band stuff. I’m hoping the next go round will get us some kick ass Crazy Horse shows during the prime of Neil’s career.
Really excited for the new Kendrick.
This one seems like a no-brainer.
New John Moreland July 22:
I do prefer the brief interlude without the stutter drums though
And John Moreland just announced a show in Louisville! ️
It’s seated in a GA venue and I just got two in the front row.
But if you ask me, the new song (it is called “Elm Street”) is so good that you could put the snippet on repeat: https://www.instagram.com/p/Cew9yaHJLNt/?fbclid=IwAR1E1mo52ekHFSsSKv5Ejr0PCcvjwlvuje4OTXiFW1cn6BxeaVj9wb6OTNQ
Can’t judge from that snippet, it’s just a harmonica blast, but it seems he is going back to work in a style where he had good returns, instead of what he’s been trying to sell for a decade or more. Depends on the songwriting though, it’s always that way. A good song doesn’t care what coat you put on it.
As to the thread title, no this is not a release I’m looking forward to.
Ah, sorry. Actually thought I posted in the “How much for a digital download…?” thread.
EDIT: He also played a live acoustic version of “Elm Street” on IG a while back. It was good but the snippet sounds better.
Tom Petty Live at Fillmore boxset coming:
Smashing Pumpkins have a new album, Atum, coming April 2023; a new song released every week from now till then:
Looking forward to Billy Strings Me/and/Dad.