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Union

Varenummer: TS2020PIND

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Son Volt have announced that their new album, Union, will be out Mar. 29, 2019, through Transmit Sound/Thirty Tigers. According to frontman Jay Farrar, the album is a testament to the role of folk as protest music. “There are so many forces driving our country apart,” Farrar said in a statement. “What can we do to bring our society back together?” A longtime folk and roots musician, Farrar cut his teeth during his stint in legendary alt-country band Uncle Tupelo, a precursor to the wider embrace of Americana that has encroached upon popular music in the new millennium. In embracing folk’s past, Farrar found himself embracing the history of the working class. The album was recorded between two locations: Three songs were recorded at the Mother Jones Museum in Mount Olive, Ill., the historic home of community and labor organizer Mary Harris, while the rest of the album was recorded the Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa, Okla., in honor of Guthrie’s anthems of hard-scrabble working men and women. Slippes 29.3

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Artist Son Volt
Tittel Union
Kat/ISBN TS2020PIND
Format LP
Plateselskap TRANSMIT SOUND
Brukt Nei
Son Volt have announced that their new album, Union, will be out Mar. 29, 2019, through Transmit Sound/Thirty Tigers. According to frontman Jay Farrar, the album is a testament to the role of folk as protest music. “There are so many forces driving our country apart,” Farrar said in a statement. “What can we do to bring our society back together?” A longtime folk and roots musician, Farrar cut his teeth during his stint in legendary alt-country band Uncle Tupelo, a precursor to the wider embrace of Americana that has encroached upon popular music in the new millennium. In embracing folk’s past, Farrar found himself embracing the history of the working class. The album was recorded between two locations: Three songs were recorded at the Mother Jones Museum in Mount Olive, Ill., the historic home of community and labor organizer Mary Harris, while the rest of the album was recorded the Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa, Okla., in honor of Guthrie’s anthems of hard-scrabble working men and women. Slippes 29.3

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