Now down in Mississippi the latter grabbed himself three local veterans- like Kenny Brown- who usually make their slide howl for R. Townes van Zandt died on New Year's day inPalmer still in the same year; the imploring " Magdalena" is dedicated to cellist Ann Sheldon who passed away already in Following the dove that flies away again each morning. Nowhere is this better expressed than in the title song when Andersen and Lou Reed pass on chords and entries to each other in an almost juvenile manner, for moments completely safe and secure here and now.
Folk-rocker Eric Andersen on partially new paths. His last work bore the title "Memory Of The Future"- and here the opposite is the order of the day. At the same time Andersen calls to mind three persons who have passed away: Townes Van Zandt, with whom he wrote some songs- now released here- in Ann Sheldon, to whom he dedicates the song "Magdalena".
Robert Palmer not the hit-singerwho taught him the blues. It's the blues he uses here more intensely than ever and the tracks he recorded with Mississippi luminaries inevitably belong to the highlights. Lou Reed who co-composed the strong title track and whose conception of Intensive-rock also refined "Gonna Go Crazy" turned out to Rebel - Flem - Passeport (CD another enrichment.
A many-sided, brilliant album, a candidate for the Top Ten of the year! With two concerts in two nights, this city is Backstreet Boys crazed. Fortunately, that isn't the only source of entertainment. Outside the bar, a neon palm tree flicks on and off.
Inside, Eric Andersen is confused, looking for the bathrooms, but happily he is told where to go. This isn't the first time he's been given some form of direction, but usually from great musicians.
The seats are gone and it's standing room only. A television above the bar is showing The West Wing American weekly political drama. And the voice is as smooth as ever. He keeps on the Customs story. Townes said he wanted to buy the book.
The guy started sweating and said he couldn't. Then Townes, saddened, lowered his head and said, 'I just wanted some reading material for the flight back home. The first set ends with a broken string and some harmonica work.
He does some meet-and-greet, selling and signing all the CDs he brought over. A group of fans starts a collection and give him the change to help him get back over the border, Rebel - Flem - Passeport (CD. Most people stay for the second set, with has some of the old favorites like 'Violets of Dawn' and 'Fog Horn', and another story - this time about how he hooked up with Lou Reed.
It is also what Eric Andersen does best and that is why he still matters. Only a few living country songwriters can hold a candle to Van Zandt; Nelson is one, and he had two others by his side -- Kris Kristofferson and Billy Joe Shaver.
Album) mentioned the night's honoree only once; that Album) before launching into Van Zandt's "Pancho and Lefty," a No. Folk singer Eric Andersen kicked off the night, accompanying himself on acoustic guitar through three songs, including "Meadowlark," a tune he co-wrote with Van Zandt and recorded for his brand new album, You Can't Relive the Past.
The concert was emceed by Van Zandt's widow, Jeanene, and was a fund-raiser for the W. Smith Nashville Community School. Sometimes it's a better place, definitely different place with a different perspective. You know that feeling? Helplessly hoping for a bigger encore? Lots of you called and wrote to say you enjoyed Willie Nelson's tribute to singer-songwriter Townes Van Zandt Wednesday night at the Ryman.
The encore, Amazing Grace, was a highlight. But the CSNY plane apparently got to Nashville too late, though Neil did surprise some folks backstage at Willie's show when he walked through to greet Mr.
He reinvigorates his own music in the process: Recording for the Appleseed label out of West Chester, the year-old, poetically inclined singer-songwriter reclaims his voice by immersing himself in collaborative efforts. You Can't Relive The Past is commendably daring, if not quite cohesive. The album includes four folkie, highway-haunted songs written with Van Zandt in and sung in Andersen's still-resonant baritone, and four vibrant electric blues cut in Palmer's old Mississippi Delta stomping grounds with Fat Possum recording artists James "Super Chikan" Johnson, Sam Carr and Kenny Brown.
But on You Can't Relive The Past, he resists nostalgia, and instead uses loss as inspiration to move ahead with wisdom and grace. Andersen is scheduled to play the Point in Bryn Mawr on March The best song, the title cut, breaks new stylistic ground: Half Sade, half William Burroughs. It's jazzy sleek and menacing. Av beherskede og intense virkemidler. Of controlled and intense means. A singer and writer of immense importance.
Exquisitely beautiful, thought-provoking and excitingly musical album. Memory of the Future shines. Recorded with scrupulous care. He has continued to write excellent songs through the past few decades though he has never matched his early commercial success You Can't Relive the Past is Andersen's most ambitious work in years. While it contains some lovely acoustic folk ballads Eyes of the Immigrant echoes and expands his great early song "Thirsty Boots"for the most part Andersen finds a densely textured blues-based sound similar in feel to Dylan's Time Out of Mind".
Michael Friedman. The fact that a songwriter can come out with an album that is this strong after 35 years in the business is impressive. It's a compelling collection that shows the breadth of Andersen's writing Every song on this album is a finely crafted masterpiece by one of America's most enduring and articulate writers.
Somewhere along the line Andersen stumbled upon the raw, flawed, punk-like recordings of Mississippi's Fat Possum blues label-and he was smitten. He called the label, booked recording time with the likes of soul-bluesman Super Chikan, slide guitarist and long-time R. Burnside sideman Kenny Brown, and drummer Sam Carr. A standout that deserves mention is the title cut, with its deceptively simple lines. It's one of those catchy hummers you can't get out of your head once it enters.
Perhaps it is as Andersen cautions that you can't relive the past, but by exploring it, in all its permutations from blues to rock to folk as he has done here, you can certainly revel in it as a springboard for the present and a prescient memory of the future.
Inhe returned with the well-received Memory of the Future. Rebel - Flem - Passeport (CD is winning rave reviews. During his tour to support Memory of the Future, Andersen talked of his recent work with the greatest living folk singer, Lou Reed his words not mine! The results of this New York union can be heard in the moving title track, co-written with Reed. Also seeing the light of day for the first time are four long lost collaborations with the late Townes Van Zandt, who rarely collaborated with others Andersen has a knack for losing songs, evidenced by the 'Stages' album.
The other half of the album features tracks recorded in Mississippi with a small combo of blues musicians, including legendary drummer Sam Carr and slide guitarist Kenny Brown. Though totally out of character for Andersen, these recording are swampy and infectious.
Andersen's hypnotic poet's growl stitches it all together. Included are debut recordings of four songs that Andersen co-wrote with Townes Van Zandt in Highly recommended.
An unquestioned classy songwriter, he gives us 4 songs written with Townes Van Zandt, the title track in collaboration with Lou Reed, and some blues songs of the old school. An excellent album of evolved folk. Like the all New Yorkish one between the Sweet folksinger Eric Andersen and the hero of protopunk darkness Lou Reed, deeply involved and convinced in singing "you can 't relive the past".
Some years ago Andersen might look like an icon of the sixties of the Village; today. You Can't Relive the Past can be considered the record of his second maturity.
Fully shining are the four songs outlined in the eighties with Townes Van Zandt and only recently found out and completed. Long, intense, even heart-rending Meadowlarkthey are the best tribute to the great Texan songwriter, better than the many posthumous live records recently released. Eisewhere, the record moves about the Delta area with lively blues, even if a bit conventional, led by the veteran Kenny Brown's slide. But best of all are the ballads, sung with the c1assic warm, voice only just hoarsened by time, and touching Magdalenajust 1ike at the times of Blue River.
And now, only a year later and a bit surprisingly, a new record, to confirm the good revealed in the previous one. And the latter, You Can 't Relive the Past, is superior to the former. Andersen is a survivor. Andersen looks great, he still has a fine body, a beautiful pen and a warm and involving voice. And this record is of great interest for many reasons: the presence of Lou Reed in a song, as a coauthor and double voice, and four songs written with Townes Van Zandt - four songs that the great Texan had written not long before dying and that maybe are the four last ones he left to posterity.
Moreover Andersen divided the record between the past and the past, recording it with Fat Possum in order to give a different quality to his music. You Can 't Relive the Past is a complex, intense album which, in its 66 minutes, offers moments of great music.
Sweet, interior ballads, full of melody, sung with that soft voice, and sad, dark and dusky blues songs that give us a new image of the songwriter. A folksinger singing blues, not a blues singer, but folk experience used in blues surely is winning in this record. The album was recorded in New York and Mississippi, thus giving a sharp distinction to the songs: flowing romantic ballads, and nocturnal blues songs.
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Nashville favorite Jonell Mosser performed "I'll Be There in the Morning" and "Tower Song," both from her album, Around Townes, an entire CD of Van Zandt material. The concert was emceed by Van Zandt's widow, Jeanene, and was a fund-raiser for the W.O. Smith Nashville Community School.
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