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Laura Cantrell - When The Roses Bloom Again And The Hello Recordings flac album

Laura Cantrell - When The Roses Bloom Again And The Hello Recordings flac album
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When The Roses Bloom Again And The Hello Recordings
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Country Rock
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Laura Cantrell (born c. 1967) is a country singer-songwriter and DJ from Nashville, Tennessee. She used to present a weekly country and old-time music radio show on WFMU called The Radio Thrift Shop. Since October 2005 she has only made occasional appearances on the station. Her 4th album of original material, No Way There From Here, was released in the UK in September 2013, on Shoeshine/ Spit and Polish Records. The release preceded a tour of the UK. Cantrell’s music has been celebrated in the press including features in The New York Times. In recent years, she has been a contributor to The New York Times and VanityFair. When the Roses Bloom Again (2002). Humming by the Flowered Vine (2005). Kitty Wells Dresses: Songs of the Queen of Country Music (2011) (UK chart peak: No. 138). No Way There From Here (2014).

English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 Português (Brasil) Русский. Nome real: Laura Rose Cantrell. Perfil: American country singer-songwriter and DJ born July 16, 1967 in Nashville, Tennessee. Sites: lauracantrell.

Cantrell's second album, When the Roses Bloom Again, followed in 2002; to support its release, Cantrell toured Europe and the United States opening for another noted fan of her records, Elvis Costello. In 2004 she released The Hello Recordings, a five-song collection of demos, followed by the full-length . Foster-produced Humming by the Flowered Vine in 2005, which was dedicated to the memory of John Peel

Cantrell Laura "No Way There From Here". All the Girls Are Complicated. Cantrell Laura "Trains and Boats and Planes" Cantrell Laura "Hello Recordings".

From the Album When the Roses Bloom Again (2002). com) Too Late for Tonight All the Same to You Early Years Wait Mountain Fern Vaguest Idea Yonder Comes a Freight Train When the Roses Bloom Again Conqueror's Song Oh So Many Years. From the Album Not the Tremblin' Kind (2000). Laura Cantrell is a country singer-songwriter and DJ from Nashville, Tennessee. Her singing career began when she was at college, performing with various local groups. She later befriended John Flansburgh of They Might Be Giants, with whom she sings on the band's Apollo 18 (1992). Birth name: Laura Rose Cantrell. Born: July 16, 1967 ( age. 51 ).

Laura Cantrell - Wait When The Roses Bloom Again, 2002 03:23. Laura Cantrell - Cellar Door The Hello Recordings, 2004 01:48. Laura Cantrell - Not the Tremblin' Kind Not The Tremblin' Kind, 2000 03:37. Laura Cantrell - Somewhere, Some Night Not The Tremblin' Kind, 2000 03:24.

Laura Cantrell (born 16 July 1967 in Nashville, Tennessee) is a country singer-songwriter and radio DJ. Beginning in 1993, she presented a weekly country and old-time music radio show on WFMU called The Radio Thrift Shop (although since October 2005 she has only made occasional appearances on the station). She reached wider recognition in 2000 with her debut album, Not the Tremblin' Kind. When The Roses Bloom Again.

The Hello Recordings. but this disc is short, so the best disc to start with is probably her last album 'when the roses bloom again' which is incredible. but, again, i don't think this ep should be considered second class. ps. if you really like laura cantrell, check out 'the guitar' on they might be giant's 1992 album 'apollo 18' which features laura in an unusual role. 6 people found this helpful.

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When The Roses Bloom Again
1.1 Too Late For Tonight
Acoustic Guitar [High-string] – Jon GraboffHarmony Vocals – Robin GoldwasserRecorded By [At Studio G] – Joel Hamilton, Tony MaimoneWritten By – Laura Cantrell / Francis MacDonaldWritten-By – Francis MacDonald, Laura Cantrell
2:30
1.2 All The Same To You
Harmony Vocals – Mary Lee KortesRecorded By [At Coyote Studios] – Albert Caiati, Jason SpittleWritten-By – Joe Flood
3:06
1.3 Early Years
Acoustic Guitar [Nylon-string] – Jon GraboffHarmony Vocals – Robin GoldwasserMixed By – Gregg Duffin*, Tim Hatfield Organ – Jay Sherman-GodfreyRecorded By [At Coyote Studios] – Albert Caiati, Jason SpittleWritten-By – Laura Cantrell
3:38
1.4 Don't Break The Heart
Harmony Vocals – Jay Sherman-Godfrey, Robin GoldwasserRecorded By [At Studio G] – Joel Hamilton, Tony MaimoneWritten-By – Amy Rigby*
3:47
1.5 Wait
Harmony Vocals – Mary Lee KortesOrgan, Harmony Vocals – Jay Sherman-GodfreyRecorded By [At Studio G] – Joel Hamilton, Tony MaimoneWritten-By – Jay Sherman-Godfrey
3:23
1.6 Mountain Fern
Autoharp – Jon GraboffHarmony Vocals – Robin GoldwasserPiano, Harmony Vocals – Jay Sherman-GodfreyRecorded By [At Lobby Luncheonette] – Jay Sherman-GodfreyWritten-By – Laura Cantrell
4:15
1.7 Vaguest Idea
Harmony Vocals – Dan Prater, Mary Lee KortesRecorded By [At Studio G] – Joel Hamilton, Tony MaimoneWritten-By – Dan Prater
3:06
1.8 Yonder Comes A Freight Train
Acoustic Guitar [High-string] – Jon GraboffHarmony Vocals – Jay Sherman-Godfrey, Robin GoldwasserRecorded By [At Lobby Luncheonette] – Jay Sherman-Godfrey, Michael Shelley Written-By – Ray Pennington
3:21
1.9 Broken Again
Harmony Vocals – Jay Sherman-Godfrey, Robin GoldwasserRecorded By [At Lobby Luncheonette] – Jay Sherman-GodfreyWritten-By – Laura Cantrell
3:43
1.10 When The Roses Bloom Again
Arranged By – WilcoRecorded By [At Lobby Luncheonette] – Jay Sherman-GodfreyViolin – Kenny KosekWritten-By – A.P. Carter*
4:05
1.11 Conqueror's Song
Harmony Vocals – Mary Lee Kortes, Robin GoldwasserOrgan – Jay Sherman-GodfreyRecorded By [At Lobby Luncheonette] – Jay Sherman-Godfrey, Michael Shelley Written-By – Dave Schramm
3:52
1.12 Oh So Many Years
Acoustic Guitar [Nylon-string] – Jon GraboffMixed By – Gregg Duffin*, Tim Hatfield Piano – Jay Sherman-GodfreyRecorded By [At Coyote Studios] – Albert Caiati, Jason SpittleWritten-By – Frankie Bailes
3:10
The Hello Recordings
2.1 Cellar Door
Backing Vocals – Robin GoldwasserBass – Artie Baguer*Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Peter RozeMandolin – Jon GraboffPercussion – Will RigbyWritten-By – Laura Cantrell
1:48
2.2 Roll Truck Roll
Backing Vocals – Robin GoldwasserBass – Artie Baguer*Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Peter RozeMandolin – Jon GraboffPercussion – Will RigbyWritten-By – Laura Cantrell
2:38
2.3 No Place For Me
Autoharp – Brian DewanBacking Vocals – Robin GoldwasserBass – Artie Baguer*Cello, Guitar – Jay Sherman-GodfreyGuitar [Additional] – John Flansburgh, Laura CantrellLap Steel Guitar – Skip Krevins*Percussion – Will RigbyWritten-By – Laura Cantrell
2:56
2.4 The Curse Of Hook Mountain
Autoharp – Brian DewanBacking Vocals – Robin GoldwasserBass – Artie Baguer*Cello, Guitar – Jay Sherman-GodfreyLap Steel Guitar – Skip Krevins*Percussion – Will RigbyWritten-By – Laura Cantrell
3:26
2.5 Lee Harvey Was A Friend Of Mine
Backing Vocals – Robin GoldwasserDobro – David HamburgerEngineer – Justin LuchterGuitar – Jay Sherman-Godfrey, Laura CantrellHarmonica – Jeremy TepperTwelve-String Guitar – John FlansburghUkulele – Robin GoldwasserWritten-By – J. Cotton*, P. Bennison*
4:01

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Jay Sherman-Godfrey (tracks: 1.1 to 1.12)
  • Design – Howard Forbes
  • Drums – Doug Wygal (tracks: 1.1 to 1.12)
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Jeremy Chatzky (tracks: 1.1 to 1.12)
  • Lead Vocals – Laura Cantrell
  • Mastered By – Paul Angelli
  • Mixed By – Grant Austin (tracks: 1.1, 1.2, 1.4 to 1.11)
  • Pedal Steel Guitar, Mandolin, Guitar [12-string Electric] – Jon Graboff (tracks: 1.1 to 1.12)
  • Photography By – Hugh Hales-Tooke, Ted Barron
  • Producer – Jay Sherman-Godfrey (tracks: 1.1 to 1.12), John Flansburgh (tracks: 2.1 to 2.4), Nicholas Hill (tracks: 2.5)

Notes

This combines the album "When The Roses Bloom Again" and the EP "The Hello Recordings". Both feature their original jewel cases and are wrapped together by a cardboard slipjacket.

"When The Roses Bloom Again" was recorded in Brooklyn, N.Y. and mixed at Cowboy Technical Services Recording Rig, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Mastered at DVD Labs, Cambridge, Mass.

"The Hello Recordings": Tracks 1 to 4 recorded at Hello Studio, Brooklyn, NY; track 5 recorded for The Music Faucet #274-WFMU, East Orange, NJ; broadcast live from a back porch barbecue at Quiet Life in Brooklyn, NY on June 13, 1993.
Originally released for the "Hello CD of the Month Club," July 1996.

The boxset features the first catalog number. The individual CDs have SPITCD 014 and SPIT 023 as their catalog numbers.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Box): 827565004720
  • Barcode (When The Roses Bloom Again): 8 05520 21064 5
  • Barcode (The Hello Recordings): 6 34457 15912 9
  • Matrix / Runout (When The Roses Bloom Again): CSV SPITCD014
  • Matrix / Runout (The Hello Recordings): CD D0 7010 287398 01
  • Mastering SID Code (When The Roses Bloom Again): IFPI LP76
  • Mastering SID Code (The Hello Recordings): IFPI LN07