Big Sean’s Detroit 2 Features Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu, Eminem, & More

Big Sean is releasing a new album, Detroit 2, at the end of the week, his first full-length since his pair of 2017 releases I Decided and Double Or Nothing (which he made with Metro Boomin). Last week, he shared “Deep Reverence” from it, which featured the late Nipsey Hussle, and today he’s unveiled the album’s official tracklist.

It includes a whole lot of guest spots: Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu, Eminem, Post Malone, Ty Dolla $ign, Jhene Aiko, Dave Chapelle, Lil Wayne, Anderson .Paak, Wale, Young Thug, Travis Scott, Diddy, Sada Baby, Kash Doll, and even more than that. Check out the full list below.

01 “Why Would I Stop?”
02 “Lucy Me”
03 “Deep Reverence” (Feat. Nipsey Hussle)
04 “Wolves” (Feat. Post Malone)
05 “Body Language” (Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Jhene Aiko)
06 “Story” (Feat. Dave Chapelle)
07 “Harder Than My Demons”
08 “Everything That’s Missing” (Feat. Dwele)
09 “ZTFO”
10 “Guard Your Heart” (Feat. Anderson .Paak, Earlly Mac, & Wale)
11 “Respect It” (Feat. Young Thug & Hit-Boy)
12 “Lithuania” (Feat. Travis Scott)
13 “Full Circle” (Feat. Key Wane & Diddy)
14 “Time In” (Feat Twenty88)
15 “Story” (Feat. Erykah Badu)
16 “Feed”
17 “The Baddest”
18 “Don Life” (Feat. Lil Wayne)
19 “Friday Night Cypher” (Feat. Tee Grizzly, Kash Doll, Cash Kidd, Payroll, 42 Dugg, Boldy James, Drego, Sada Baby, Royce 5’9?, & Eminem)
20 “Story” (Feat. Stevie Wonder)
21 “Still I Rise” (Feat. Dom Kennedy)

Detroit 2 is out 9/4.

B.B. Kings’s Bluesville On SiriusXM Joins Forces With The Blues Foundation

SiriusXM and The Blues Foundation announced today their new collaboration to broaden the content and reach of B.B. King’s Bluesville (ch. 74). The channel will be powered by The Blues Foundation, which will directly expand the featured programming to include exclusive performances, artist interviews and archival content that only The Blues Foundation can provide.

To kick off this collaboration, B.B. King’s Bluesville will exclusively air the 2020 Virtual Blues Music Awards (held earlier this year), featuring SiriusXM host Shemekia Copeland as the ceremony’s host, beginning Friday, September 4 at 3 p.m. ET.  (See full rebroadcast schedule below.) The special programming will include exclusive at-home performances from BMA nominees, including Tommy Castro, Walter Trout, Thornetta Davies, Southern Avenue, Sue Foley, Billy Branch, Victor Wainwright, Samantha Fish, Kingfish, and more, along with presentations by Charlie Musselwhite, Ruthie Foster, Fantastic Negrito, Keb’ Mo’, Warren Haynes, William Bell, and Beth Hart. To complement the performances and award announcements, there are also appearances from special guests such as Bonnie Raitt, Bettye LaVette, Robert Cray, Elvin Bishop, Steve Cropper, Steve Miller, Dion, and SiriusXM host Little Steven Van Zandt, along with flashback performance moments by great bluesmen and women such as, Koko Taylor, Honeyboy Edwards, Irma Thomas, Luther Allison, and Taj Mahal.

Based in Memphis, Tenn., the home of the blues, The Blues Foundation is world-renowned as THE organization with a mission to preserve blues heritage, celebrate blues recording and performance, expand worldwide awareness of the blues, and ensure the future of this uniquely American art form. With approximately 4,000 individual members and over 170 affiliated local blues societies, it represents hundreds of thousands of blues fans and professionals around the world. In addition to the Blues Music Awards, the Foundation’s other signature honors and events include the Blues Hall of Fame, Keeping the Blues Alive Awards, and the International Blues Challenge. Its HART Fund provides the blues community with medical assistance and advocacy for blues musicians in need while Generation Blues scholarships and Blues in the Schools programming expose new generations to blues music. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, The Blues Foundation has recently established the COVID-19 Blues Musician Emergency Relief Fund to provide financial support for basic necessities such as housing and utilities to blues musicians negatively impacted by the pandemic. The Blues Foundation’s Blues Hall of Fame, opened more than five years ago, adds the opportunity for music lovers of all ages to interact with the music and the history. Throughout the year, the Foundation staff serves the worldwide blues community with answers, information, and news.

Support The Blues Foundation by becoming a member or by making a charitable donation at The Blues Foundation is a 501c3 organization and all donations may be tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. 

B.B. King’s Bluesville, powered by The Blues Foundation, on SiriusXM, is devoted to all blues music, from traditional to contemporary, rockin’ blues to soul, from B.B. King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Muddy Waters, Koko Taylor, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, Etta James,Robert Cray, Joe Bonamassa, John Lee Hooker, Memphis Minnie, Ruth Brown, Johnny Winter, and many others.

SiriusXM subscribers can listen to B.B. King’s Bluesville (ch. 74) and other channels on SiriusXM radios, and those with streaming access can listen online, on-the-go with the SiriusXM mobile app and at home on a wide variety of connected devices, including smart TVs, devices with Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant, Apple TV, PlayStation, Roku, Sonos speakers and more. The SiriusXM app also offers additional features such as SiriusXM video, Personalized Stations Powered by Pandora that listeners can curate themselves, and an On Demand library with more than 10,000 hours of archived shows, exclusive music performances, interviews and audio documentaries. SiriusXM has special offers for new subscribers including three months of a SiriusXM Essential Streaming subscription for Free. To see Offer Details and to subscribe, visit

Rebroadcast Schedule of the 40th (Virtual) Blues Music Awards on B.B. King’s Bluesville, (ch. 74):

Friday 9/04/20 at  9 p.m. ET
Saturday 9/05/20 at 3 a.m. ET
Saturday 9/05/20 at 6 p.m. ET
Sunday 9/06/20 at 6 a.m. ET
Sunday 9/06/20 at 3 p.m. ET
Monday 9/07/20 at 12 p.m. ET 

Raveis Kole Spread Their Wings With John Prine’s “Angel From Montgomery”

Songwriters Laurie Raveis and Dennis Kole of duo Raveis Kole are proud to release “Angel From Montgomery” on 8/28 along with a video via their digital platforms. The Bellingham, WA (an hour north of Seattle) based duo have always loved the classic John Prine song, and all that it envelopes as well as being a part of their live shows. 


As with their last single, “HELP ONE ANOTHER (WE ALL CAN),” Raveis Kole recorded it with the help of Jeff Silverman in Nashville with a solid group of musicians backing them like noted accordion player Jeff Taylor and well-known backing vocalists, Kim Fleming, Gayle Stuart Mayes and Kim Mont. During last year’s AmericanaFest conference they began the process of recording. They revisited the song this past spring and summer putting the final touches on it. 

While staying on course with the melody and the structure of the song Laurie and Dennis took a little bit of creative license to add some flair.

“Our goal in covering “Angel From Montgomery” was to honor and preserve the genius of the original, while also adding in a fresh perspective on how to approach the song,” say Dennis and Laurie. Their version carries a lot of Celtic influences with the fingerpicked acoustic guitar work in the first half of the song. The rhythmic transition after the 3rd verse brings in a new, funky, New Orleans type of pulse that is reinforced by the background vocals. This is then further reinforced by the counterpoint of the mandolin and banjo as the song draws to its high energy conclusion, before segueing back to the original outro.  

“Angel From Montgomery” was written by John Prine and released on New Year’s Day 1971. Despite being a young man, he wrote it from the perspective of an older woman who wants to escape her unhappy life from her marriage, home and town. The tone of the song is that of “a song about a middle-aged woman who feels older than she is…” Prine once said.  Many have touted that his perspective was near perfect, and when Bonnie Raitt recorded it in 1974, it changed the course of the elder statesman’s career. Prine went to have a long illustrious career filled with awards and accolades from fans and his peers as one of the best until his death in April 2020.

Laurie and Dennis met eight years at Bigfork Guitar Festival in Montana, and they instantly clicked as songwriters and partners that created a harmonious setting for their shows. They have built a solid fanbase that loves to gather around to hear Laurie’s honey-soaked voice matched with the rich jewel tone voice of Dennis’ guitars. Raveis Kole has performed all over the US, Canada, and the UK and has opened for Cory Henry, the Edgar Winter Band, and the Wailers and many more. They have released two albums and a couple of singles. In 2018, their album, Electric Blue Dandelion – Nashville Sessions, debuted on Billboard Heatseekers Chart at #11, spinning on 170+ radio stations across 13 countries and five continents, and the duo is a 3x Hollywood Music in Media Award Nominee. 

Watch Queen + Adam Lambert Perform ‘The Show Must Go On’ From Upcoming Concert Film

On October 2nd, Queen + Adam Lambert are releasing Live Around the World, a concert album and DVD/Blu-ray taped at various stops on their tours throughout the past six years. Check out a preview of “The Show Must Go On” from a gig at London’s 02 Arena on July 4th, 2018.

The song originally appeared on Queen’s 1991 LP Innuendo, which was released just months before Freddie Mercury died. “Even though we were all aware of Freddie’s impending tragedy, we had some inspired and joyful times in the studio, making the Innuendo album,” Queen guitarist Brian May says in a statement. ” We didn’t speak much about Freddie’s illness — he just wanted to get on with ‘business as usual’ as far as possible.”

“But already there was only a day or two per week when Freddie was well enough to come in and work with us,” he continues. “We grabbed those precious moments and made the most of them. I’d been working on ‘The Show Must Go On’ as an idea, but I was uncertain whether the title was too obvious. Freddie heard it and loved it and dismissed any thoughts that there was a problem with the chorus or the title. He wanted to work on it.”

The group never had a chance to perform the song live with Mercury, but in 1992 they played it with Elton John and Tony Iommi at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert at London’s Wembley Stadium. They played it again with Elton John at a 1997 Paris event at the Théâtre national de Chaillot, which wound up being the last time that bassist John Deacon performed with the band before retiring from public life.

It was in the setlist nearly every time that Queen + Paul Rodgers played between 2005 and 2008 and it’s been in the mix at Queen + Adam Lambert shows since they started gigging together in 2012.

The band was supposed to spend the summer on the road in Europe, but they had to delay those plans until 2021 because of the pandemic. During the downtime, May severely injured his gluteus maximus “in a moment of over-enthusiastic gardening,” and in May, he was rushed to the hospital after suffering a heart attack.

“He’s very much on the mend,” drummer Roger Taylor told Rolling Stone in July. “We’re in daily contact. It was quite a scare. He had a real scare. It’s been strange. We were struck doubly. Our manager had a pretty major heart attack, too. It’s been a very weird year for us in all kinds of ways.”

Suzanne Vega Covers Lou Reed’s “Walk On The Wild Side”

From An Evening of New York Songs and Stories, her next album, coming on September 11.

Lou Reed & Suzanne Vega

“I thought, ‘I’m from New York City, I can sing this song,” said Suzanne Vega, and then sang her cover of “Walk On The Wild Side,” the classic song written by her friend, the late Lou Reed. Now it is one of two singles from her upcoming album An Evening of New York Songs and Stories, which is being released on September 11. Recorded live at the Café Carlyle in New York City, it’s a celebration in song about her personal and musical relationship with the city.

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“It is always a pleasure to play at the Café Carlyle in New York City,” said Suzanne, “where this album was recorded. It is a small exclusive club that has hosted legends from Eartha Kitt to Judy Collins, and is also known to be the place where Jackie Kennedy met Audrey Hepburn. I love it for its bohemian old-world glamour.”

“I decided it would be fun to perform a New York-themed show there with songs inspired by New York City or for which New York provided the backdrop, including `Walk on the Wild Side’ by my late, great friend, Lou Reed—a song I rarely heard him sing himself.”

On An Evening of New York Songs and Stories, she is backed by longtime guitarist and musical director Gerry Leonard, who also produced the album, and also bassist Jeff Allen and keyboardist Jamie Edwards. Recorded in early 2019, it includes “Marlene on the Wall,” “Luka” and “Tom’s Diner. There’s also “New York Is My Destination” from Lover, Beloved: Songs from an Evening with Carson McCullers, her one-woman play about the Southern gothic novelist Carson McCullers. 

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Suzanne Vega, “Walk On The Wild Side,” live in Munich, 2014.

Watch: Tom Petty’s ‘Wildflowers’ Comprehensive Collection Due in October

Wildflowers, Tom Petty’s 1994 solo album rightfully hailed as his solo masterpiece, is getting its long-awaited reissue. Wildflowers & All The Rest is set to be released on October 16 via Warner Records. Half the songs on Wildflowers were left on the cutting room floor, with Tom writing more songs than he could release at the time.  “I broke through to something else. My personal life came crashing down, and it derailed me for a while. But I was at the top of my game during that record,” he told Rolling Stone in 2014. 

Petty’s family, bandmates, and collaborators are fulfilling the vision he had for a comprehensive project. Daughters Adria and Annakim Petty, wife Dana, Heartbreakers Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench, and engineer/co-producer Ryan Ulyate have curated a compilation of previously unheard tracks, solo demos, and live performances they call “many, many hours of pure sonic joy.” 


Wildflowers & All The Rest will be released in multiple formats. Wildflowers & All The Rest—Deluxe Edition features 15 recordings made by Tom in his home studio as he was writing the album. The Deluxe Edition culminates with 14 live performances of songs from Wildflowers, recorded on tours from 1995 to 2017. Wildflowers & All The Rest—Super Deluxe is a Direct to Consumer Limited Edition set featuring Finding Wildflowers—16 studio recordings of alternate takes of Wildflowers songs as Tom, band members and Rubin honed-in on the final album.

Watch the video for “Wildflowers (Home Recording),” available now with pre-order of the Deluxe Edition, in addition to the recently released “There Goes Angela (Dream Away)” and “You Don’t Know How It Feels.” The video features never-before-seen footage of Tom at his home, shot by Martyn Atkins during the recording of Wildflowers. The video was co-directed by Alan Bibby and Jonny Kofoed and produced by Assembly.

Wildflowers & All The Rest: A 2-CD and 3-LP set that features 25 tracks, with five unreleased songs. Includes lyrics to all the songs on Wildflowers and All The Rest.

Disc 1: Wildflowers (15 tracks, as per the 1994 released album)

Disc 2: All The Rest (10 tracks—five unreleased songs)

LP 1 and 2: Wildflowers

LP 3: All The Rest

Wildflowers & All The RestDeluxe Edition: A 4-CD and 7-LP set that features 54 tracks, eight unreleased songs and 24 unreleased versions. The 4-CD includes the Rick Rubin introduction, track-by-track for all the songs included on these formats, while the 7-LP also includes the David Fricke essay and lyrics to all the songs on Wildflowers and All The Rest.

Disc 1: Wildflowers

Disc 2: All The Rest

Disc 3: Home Recordings/Demos (15 tracks—three unreleased songs; 12 unreleased versions)

Disc 4: Wildflowers Live (14 tracks—12 unreleased versions; two distributed to Fan Club only)

LP 1 and 2: Wildflowers

LP 3: All The Rest

LP 4 and 5: Home Recordings/Demos

LP 6 and 7: Wildflowers Live

Wildflowers & All The RestSuper Deluxe Edition: A 5-CD and 9-LP Direct to Consumer, Limited Edition set that features 70 tracks, nine unreleased songs and 34 unreleased versions. Includes Rick Rubin introduction, David Fricke essay, track-by-track for all music and lyrics to all the songs on Wildflowers and All The Rest. This set also comes with a hardbound book, cloth patch of Wildflowers logo, sticker of Wildflowers logo, replica of “Dogs with Wings” tour program (the 1995 Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers tour), hand-written 4-song lyric reprints in vellum envelope, a litho of new and exclusive art by Blaze Ben Brooks for the song “Only A Broken Heart,” and a (numbered) Certificate of Authenticity.

Disc 1: Wildflowers

Disc 2: All The Rest

Disc 3: Home Recordings/Demos

Disc 4: Wildflowers Live

Disc 5: Alternate Takes (Finding Wildflowers) (16 tracks—one unreleased song; ten unreleased versions)

LP 1 and 2: Wildflowers

LP 3: All The Rest

LP 4 and 5: Home Recordings/Demos

LP 6 and 7: Wildflowers Live

LP 8 and 9: Alternate Takes (Finding Wildflowers)

Wildflowers & All The RestUltra Deluxe Limited Edition: A 9-LP Direct to Consumer, Limited Edition set (only 475 copies will be sold). The package includes the same contents as the Super Deluxe Edition, as well as an exclusive unique unisex necklace—hand-made by Maria Sarno in a faux suede pouch, an exclusive lyric book with the illustrations by Blaze Ben Brooks, an exclusive 7” of “You Don’t Know How It Feels,” packaged in a custom fabric bag with a metal Wildflowers logo as the closuredesigned and made by Los Angeles-based, Made Worn.


1). Wildflowers

  1. Wildflowers
  2. You Don’t Know How It Feels
  3. Time to Move On
  4. You Wreck Me
  5. It’s Good to Be King
  6. Only a Broken Heart
  7. Honey Bee
  8. Don’t Fade on Me
  9. Hard on Me
  10. Cabin Down Below
  11. To Find a Friend
  12. A Higher Place
  13. House in the Woods
  14. Crawling Back to You
  15. Wake Up Time

2). All The Rest

  1. Something Could Happen
  2. Leaving Virginia Alone
  3. Climb That Hill Blues
  4. Confusion Wheel
  5. California
  6. Harry Green
  7. Hope You Never
  8. Somewhere Under Heaven
  9. Climb That Hill
  10. Hung Up and Overdue

3). Home Recordings

  1. There Goes Angela (Dream Away)
  2. You Don’t Know How It Feels
  3. California
  4. A Feeling of Peace
  5. Leave Virginia Alone
  6. Crawling Back to You
  7. Don’t Fade on Me
  8. Confusion Wheel
  9. A Higher Place
  10. There’s a Break in the Rain (Have Love Will Travel)
  11. To Find a Friend
  12. Only a Broken Heart
  13. Wake Up Time
  14. Hung Up and Overdue
  15. Wildflowers

4). Wildflowers Live

  1. You Don’t Know How It Feels
  2. Honey Bee
  3. To Find a Friend
  4. Walls
  5. Crawling Back to You
  6. Cabin Down Below
  7. Drivin’ Down to Georgia
  8. House in the Woods
  9. Girls on LSD
  10. Time to Move On
  11. Wake Up Time
  12. It’s Good to Be King
  13. You Wreck Me
  14. Wildflowers

5). Alternate Versions (Finding Wildflowers)

*Note: only available on 9-LP and 5-CD formats*

  1. A Higher Place
  2. Hard on Me
  3. Cabin Down Below
  4. Crawling Back to You
  5. Only a Broken Heart
  6. Drivin’ Down to Georgia
  7. You Wreck Me
  8. It’s Good to Be King
  9. House in the Woods
  10. Honey Bee
  11. Girl on LSD
  12. Cabin Down Below (Acoustic Version)
  13. Wildflowers
  14. Don’t Fade on Me
  15. Wake Up Time
  16. You Saw Me Comin’

Quiet Riot’s Frankie Banali Dead at 68

Frankie Banali, who played drums on Quiet Riot’s best-selling albums and kept the band going for nearly four decades, died Thursday at the age of 68. He had been diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer last April. The band’s agent, Mark Hyman, confirmed the news to Rolling Stone.

Banali joined Quiet Riot in 1982, one year before the band released its blockbuster breakthrough album, Metal Health. The singles “Cum On Feel the Noize” and “Metal Health (Bang Your Head)” featured Banali’s hard-hitting drumming, and the group’s mixture of tough heavy-metal riffs and glam-rock sensibilities played well at radio and on the newly launched MTV.

Metal Health became the first heavy-metal record to top the Billboard 200, knocking the Police’s Synchronicity off the charts; it sold more than 6 million copies. Their 1984 follow-up, Condition Critical, was also a big hit, making it to Number 15 on the Billboard 200 and selling more than 1 million copies on the strength of “Mama Weer All Crazee Now.”

“He fought hard until the end,” Dee Snider commented on Twitter. “His playing and rock & roll spirit will live forever.”

“So saddened to hear of the passing of my drumming brother, Frankie Banali,” former Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy tweeted. “He fought an incredibly brave battle against cancer and his strength and dignity was truly inspiring.”

The group continued in fits and starts with various lineup changes until the present day, with Banali ending as the only original member to continue in nearly all of the band’s incarnations. Metal Health guitarist Carlos Cavazo and bassist Rudi Sarzo left the group in 2003, and singer Kevin DuBrow died in 2007. Nevertheless, Banali carried on, and Quiet Riot — with bassist Chuck Wright, who played on two Metal Health tracks — continued recording and touring. The group’s most recent studio album, Hollywood Cowboys, came out last November.

“My hero, mentor, Quiet Riot brother Frankie Banali is now resting in peace and pain free,” Sarzo tweeted. “I will post a follow up in days to come as try to process this unmeasurable loss.”

In addition to Quiet Riot, Banali, who was born on November 14th, 1951 in Queens, New York, played briefly with the members of Ozzy Osbourne’s solo band in rehearsals. He also recorded several albums with W.A.S.P. and cut LPs with former Deep Purple singer and bassist Glenn Hughes and Billy Thorpe, among others. Alongside Vinny Appice, he played drums on the “We Are the World”–style charity single “Stars,” which Ronnie James Dio organized and called Hear ‘n Aid.

“I met Frankie in 1981, when Pat Thrall and myself were preparing to make the Hughes/ Thrall album,” Hughes wrote on Instagram. “We needed a drummer. Trust me, we got way more than a drummer. He was always first to arrive at the rehearsal studio in Burbank, and first to arrive at United Western Studios, Hollywood, where we were making the record. Our relationship thrived throughout the years. There was no one more honorable, loyal, courageous, and committed to both music and friendships, than Frankie. He was always there for me, through it all, and never wavered.”

The Doors’ Robby Krieger Releases First New Solo Album in 10 Years

The legendary guitarist and songwriter of The Doors and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Robby Krieger will be releasing his first solo album in 10 years on April 24, 2020. The Ritual Begins At Sundown will be released via his new home at The Players Club, a division of the Mascot Label Group.


The Doors weren’t just one of the most iconic bands of their generation, but one of the most influential bands in rock history and Robby Krieger was responsible for writing some of their biggest hits in ‘Light My Fire,’ ‘Love Me Two Times,’ ‘Touch Me’ and ‘Love Her Madly.’

The Ritual Begins At Sundown is a 10 song instrumental record with 9 originals and one cover, the Frank Zappa song ‘Chunga’s Revenge,’ The album features Krieger’s long time writing partner, co-producer and former Zappa bassist Arthur Barrow, and Zappa alumni Tommy Mars (keyboards) and Chad Wackerman (drums). Highly recommended for Zappateers and fans of adventurous guitar histrionics.

Annie – “Dark Hearts”

Norwegian pop singer Annie is returning soon with Dark Hearts, her first full-length album in 11 years. We’ve already heard singles “American Cars” and “The Bomb,” and now she’s sharing the record’s title track.

“It’s an inquiry into family relations … and the ongoing question heredity and environment,” Annie says in a statement. “If you always end up in trouble … is it related to your family and the past, or is it simply because you always make fucked up choices … no matter what, it’s got the bass.”

“We can’t escape who we are,” Annie sings over the pulsing track. Listen to it below.

The self-released Dark Hearts is out 10/16.

Listen: Elvis Costello Releases “We Are All Cowards Now”

Today sees the release of Elvis Costello‘s “We Are All Cowards Now,” from a forthcoming album called Hey Clockface. The album is scheduled for an October 30th release date via Concord Records.


Before the pandemic, Costello recorded several songs in Helsinki, alone in the studio and at the helm of every instrument. “We Are All Cowards” is the third advance bulletin from “The Helsinki Sound.” The other two songs from the solo session are “No Flag” and “Hetty O’Hara Confidential.”

‘Hey Clockface’ was recorded in Helsinki, Paris and New York and mixed by Sebastian Krys in Los Angeles. Of the Paris sessions, Costello states: “I sang live on the studio floor, directing from the vocal booth. We cut nine songs in two days. We spoke very little. Almost everything the musicians played was a spontaneous response to the song I was singing. I’d had a dream of recording in Paris like this, one day.”

Attractions/Imposters keyboardist Steve Nieve, as well as Bill Frisell and Nels Cline make guest appearances on the album.

The motion picture of “We Are All Cowards Now” by Eamon Singer & Arlo McFurlow features images of flowers & pistols; smoke & mirrors; tombstones & monuments; courage & cowardice; peace, love and misunderstanding.

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