Tom Russell’s latest provides more proof that he’s a national treasure. Plus power pop from the High Strung, meditations on love from Colin Linden and Luther Dickinson, and a folk concept album about Mississippi.
The Appleseed label celebrates its 21st anniversary with a three-CD set that contains memorable performances by a who’s who of the folk world. Plus, new CDs from Michael Martin Murphey, Belle Plaine, Yum-Yum, and Lee Michaels.
A limited-edition 50th anniversary set focuses on Love’s Forever Changes, one of the best albums of the entire rock era. Plus, a new release from the great Tom Russell and CDs from Buck Owens, Jackson Emmer, and Speedbuggy USA.
A first-ever complete performance of The Who’s famous rock opera, plus new tributes to Ian & Sylvia and Captain Beefheart, and CDs from Linda Perhacs and Rob Lutes
Tom Russell has released about three dozen albums over the years. All of them have been excellent, but this latest CD might be his best.
Tom Russell is so prolific that it’s hard to keep up: I have about two dozen of his albums, and