Исполнитель: Greg Graffin Альбом: Millport Год: 2017 Страна: USA Стиль: Acoustic Битрейт: 271 kbps VBR V0, Lame 3.98r Длительность: 00:31:47 Издатель: Anti- Records Размер: 62 МБ Треклист: 01. Backroads Of My Mind (03:53) 02. Too Many Virtues (03:04) 03. Lincoln's Funeral Train (03:43) 04. Millport (03:19) 05. Time Of Need (03:33) 06. Making Time (03:24) 07. Shotgun (02:38) 08. Echo On The Hill (02:30) 09. Sawmill (02:12) 10. Waxwings (03:27)
Информация: Greg Graffin, frontman of the iconic Los Angeles punk band Bad Religion as well as a renowned author, will be releasing a brand new solo album entitled Millport this March 10th via Anti-.
Millport delivers a stirring though perhaps unexpected reinterpretation of the classic Laurel Canyon country-rock sound alongside Graffin’s insightful lyricism, all propelled by some esteemed colleagues from the LA punk scene including Social Distortion members Jonny ‘Two Bags’ Wickersham, Brent Harding and David Hidalgo Jr., with Bad Religion co-founder Brett Gurewitz producing. The resulting record is less a reinvention then a creative liberation - a group of Los Angeles musicians at the peak of their game, playing a brand of music they genuinely love.
As Graffin explains, “This feels as exciting to me as when we made the Bad Religion record Suffer. Like everything had been leading up to the songs and they just happened totally organically in this short intense burst. I’m really just doing what I did back then, which is write songs that mean something to me and deliver them in a way that is completely honest.”
Album producer and Graffin’s longtime Bad Religion collaborator, Brett Gurewitz, adds, “It’s the two songwriters from Bad Religion and the rhythm section of Social Distortion, two influential LA punk bands, getting together to do an authentic country rock album, a genre most would think is the absolute antithesis of punk rock. But I think it sounds great. Both are iconic Southern California genres. It’s like the Laurel Canyon sound played by the kids who were smashing up the clubs a few years later.”