The Other Side T Bone Burnett

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  • 1He Came Down04:33
  • 2Come Back (When You Go Away)02:57
  • 3(I’m Gonna Get Over This) Some Day03:16
  • 4Waiting For You02:59
  • 5The Pain Of Love02:27
  • 6The Race Is Won03:18
  • 7Sometimes I Wonder03:46
  • 8Hawaiian Blue Song03:35
  • 9The First Light Of Day02:51
  • 10Everything And Nothing02:45
  • 11The Town That Time Forgot04:04
  • 12Little Darling03:30
  • Total Runtime40:01

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Grammy and Oscar winner T Bone Burnett returns to the spotlight with his first solo album in nearly two decades, The Other Side. Guests include Rosanne Cash, Lucius, and Weyes Blood.

The Other Side is a welcome return to T Bone Burnett's roots as a singer and songwriter, stretching out across a variety of American music genres. The album revolves around a love story, tracing the journey of a couple whose connection transcends the earthly plane. Co-produced by Colin Linden, Mike Piersante, and Burnett, the record features a stellar lineup of guests including Rosanne Cash, Steven Soles, Lucius, Weyes Blood, and exceptional musicians Dennis Crouch, Stuart Duncan, Jay Bellerose, and Rory Hoffman.

A deeply personal endeavor, The Other Side is a showcase for some of Burnett's most breath-taking vocals and heartfelt songs to date. Following his venture into dystopian territory with The Invisible Light series, the new album represents a fresh approach for Burnett, one that he stumbled upon unexpectedly. Inspired by a newfound connection with his guitars, Burnett experienced a creative surge, with songs pouring out of him effortlessly over a three-week period.

Reflecting on his creative process, Burnett reveals that he found himself contemplating the significance of the word "you" in songwriting, a revelation that seems small but deeply influenced his approach to writing the album. Recognizing the delicate balance between appealing to listeners' consciences and respecting their dreams, Burnett aimed to strike a chord that resonates on both emotional and introspective levels.

This return to form not only reaffirms Burnett's position as a one-of-a-kind artist in what can be a cookie-cutter music industry, but also reveals his influence on contemporary culture. With The Other Side, Burnett's journey as an artist comes full circle, offering a profound reflection on his own evolution. But the new record is just the start of the good news, Burnett is also set to embark on his first full-length concert tour in 20 years, starting with a series of performances in Nashville.

T Bone Burnett

T Bone Burnett
is a unique, astonishingly prolific music producer, singer-songwriter, guitarist, and soundtrack visionary. Renowned as a studio maven with a Midas touch, Burnett is known for lifting artists to their greatest heights, as he did with Raising Sand, the multiple Grammy Award–winning album by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, as well as acclaimed albums by Los Lobos, the Wallflowers, B. B. King, and Elvis Costello. Burnett virtually invented “Americana” with his hugely successful roots-based soundtrack for the Coen Brothers film, O Brother, Where Art Thou? Outspoken in his contempt for the entertainment industry, Burnett has nevertheless received many of its highest honors, including Grammy Awards and an Academy Award.

T Bone Burnett offers the first critical appreciation of Burnett’s wide-ranging contributions to American music, his passionate advocacy for analog sound, and the striking contradictions that define his maverick artistry. Lloyd Sachs highlights all the important aspects of Burnett’s musical pursuits, from his early days as a member of Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue and his collaboration with the playwright Sam Shepard to the music he recently composed for the TV shows Nashville and True Detective and his production of the all-star album Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes. Sachs also underscores Burnett’s brilliance as a singer-songwriter in his own right. Going well beyond the labels “legendary” or “visionary” that usually accompany his name, T Bone Burnett reveals how this consummate music maker has exerted a powerful influence on American music and culture across four decades.

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