Plays Well With Others connects the dots between these points, stripping things back for simple country balladry or reveling in unusual combinations of chords for swirling, psychedelic effect. As ever, Lynn’s malleable voice shines, angelic on the Roy Orbison homage In Another Life, and mysterious on a cover of TV on the Radio’s Wolf Like Me with Shovels and Rope, bringing out the best in all of her partners. Where did you get the idea to do a collaborative record? Honestly, the title for the record hit me one day. I think I was mowing the lawn or something and I was like, Plays Well With Others. Did you see that Phil Collins is releasing a retrospective with the same title? I did, yeah.
Plays Well With Others.
Plays Well With Others is a unique duets album one in which nearly every song is completely co-written and co-sung. Peter Bradley Adams, John Paul White, Dylan LeBlanc, Andrew Combs, Rodney Crowell, Shovels & Rope, JD McPherson, and Nicole Atkins all make appearances, working alongside Lynn not only to perform these songs, but to create them, too. With Plays Well With Others, Lera Lynn cements her own identity as both creator and collaborator.
Renée Zellweger is releasing her first ever solo album – a collection of songs by legendary singer Judy Garland. The Bridget Jones actress, 50, decided to put out the record after taking on the role of the late iconic in upcoming biopic, Judy. Renée is releasing the album to coincide with the 50th anniversary of Judy’s death in 1969. The A-list star recorded the songs in the iconic Abbey Road studios in London and recorded some of Judy’s greatest hits, including Over The Rainbow and Get Happy.
Lera Lynn, Plays Well With Others.
On a new album, Plays Well With Others, Lynn is shifting her focus to another musical form with deep roots in the American songbook: the duet. The duet is a form well suited for Lynn, who possesses an uncanny knack for meeting her partners where they are. In "Crimson Underground," a standout cut with Crowell, she explores the.
Some of the biggest names arrive on this fourth disc - George Harrison, Quincy Jones, Tony Bennett, every one of them indicating the crowd Collins ran with - and it also contains some explicit genre experimentations (witness "Chips & Salsa," a track by the Phil Collins Big Band), but compared to the epic told by the studio recordings, it feels.
CreditsAmy Garland - Primary Artist
|1||Mr. Murphy||Amy Garland||3:42|
|2||Favorite One||Amy Garland||3:06|
|3||Oh Will I||Amy Garland||4:31|
|4||Rusty Old String||Amy Garland||4:56|
|7||Bad Girl||Amy Garland||3:34|
|8||1000 Miles||Amy Garland||3:35|
|9||Into the Night||Amy Garland||4:29|
|11||Rock City||Amy Garland||2:43|