Neil young and Jack white recorded a joint album (video)
Rock veteran Neil young and former leader of The White Stripes, Jack white recorded total album of cover versions of famous songs. About it in his blog informs correspondent Michael Goldberg, with links to their own informants.
As informs us blogger, most likely, the album will include a cover of "Needle of Death" English folk musician Bertha Jensa his young recorded in 2013 at the Studio of white-to-Day music shopping centre. According to Goldberg, the album will contain the song "Blowin ' Б?? in the Wind Bob Dylan, "Early Morning Rain" Gordon Lightfoot, "Changes" Phil Oaks and "Reason To Believe" Tim Hardin - in other words, classical poetry and protest folk 1960-X. In the list Goldberg also has "Since I Met You Baby" rhythm and Blues hit ivory Joe hunter, recorded in 1956 and found a second life in 1969 in a country version of Sonny James. These songs all the young in recent months played on their performances.
The album will be released on the label Jack white's Third Man Records and, probably, the major label Warner Bros. Records.
As we reported Consequense of Sound, rumors of a joint album of a young and white already appeared about a month ago on the fan-site of the older artist. In early January, Jack white, communicating in webп? with fans, announced that produces 2 albums, which are expected to complete this month, and that 1 of these records - his latest solo album. By assumption correspondents, 2nd can be shared an album with canadian classic folk-rock.
Own last Studio album Neil young and his band Crazy Horse was released in 2012: this was a double album "Psychedelic Pill", well adopted by the criticism. In the same year, Jack white has released his own debut solo album "Blunderbuss". It is known that in 2015 will be fresh album white The Dead Weather.
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