The Wanderer - a Tribute to Jackie Leven Various Artists - The Wanderer
- 1Sick Harbour Lament02:44
- 2The Garden04:17
- 3The Working Man's Love Song03:23
- 4A Little Voice in Space03:53
- 5The Final Reel04:14
- 6The Crazy Song03:06
- 7Honeymoon Hill03:37
- 8Empty in Soho Square04:21
- 9One Long Cold Morning04:55
- 10Edinburgh Winter Blues03:07
- 11Universal Blue04:33
- 12Standing in Another Man's Rain04:33
- 13Elegy for Johnny Cash05:15
- 14Farm Boy02:54
- 15Classic Northern Diversions05:26
- 17Paris Blues02:58
- 18Main Travelled Roads04:01
- 19Just Like Jackie Leven02:48
- 20The View from Shit Creek05:38
- 21I Weep05:31
- 22More Than Human05:16
Info for The Wanderer - a Tribute to Jackie Leven
22 specially recorded new tracks reimagining the brilliance of Jackie Leven, featuring big names and big fans including Eliza Carthy, Ralph McTell, Boo Hewerdine, Tom Robinson & Ian Rankin.
Jackie Leven is celebrated as one of the worlds most prolific and accomplished singer songwriters. His recordings encompassed everything from folk to celtic soul, driving rock to lyrical ballads. He passed away 10 years ago this November but the legend of this uniquely talented artist grows every year as more and more people discover and celebrate his remarkable catalogue of recordings. This year is a massive year for Jackie Leven as there are 3 unique physical and digital releases, numerous new edits and tribute recordings, a new website and social media channels, best of and themed playlists and an extensive PR campaign backed up by extensive digital advertising.
"Solo career spanning set, long needed, by one of Scotland’s finest songwriters" (Uncut)
"I don't know why Jackie Leven isn't better known - he should be revered...I hope this Straight Outta Caledonia compilation makes a difference. It’s a lovely introduction that just scratches the surface. I’d love it if, having listened to it, people went off and explored Jackie’s discography. You could spend your whole life there, getting to know this guy." (Ian Rankin, The Guardian)
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