An invitation to encounter God in worship is at the heart of Lauren Daigle's first full-length project, HOW CAN IT BE. Building on her original 5-song EP, HOW CAN IT BE is big, emotive, hooky, passionate, pop, but it's also a collection of vulnerable, heartfelt worship. Collaborating with producers Paul Mabury and Jason Ingram and all-star co-writers like Mia Fieldes, and Michael Farren, Lauren prayerfully recorded a collection of songs anchored in her own experience of God's gracious presence.
How Can It Be by lauren daigle (2015-04-14)
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DUETS II is the follow-up to Tony Bennett's multi-platinum CD, DUETS, which was released in conjunction with Tony's 80th birthday in 2006. DUETS won three Grammy Awards and was the singer's best selling album to date. Now the legendary performer celebrates a milestone 85th birthday with the release of DUETS II. The singer has completed recording with Lady Gaga and Aretha Franklin, adding to a celebrated list of artists previously announced including Amy Winehouse, Michael Buble, Norah Jones, John Mayer, Queen Latifah, Carrie Underwood and many others. Lady Gaga joined Tony for a rendition of the Richard Rodgers song, "The Lady Is A Tramp" and Bennett and Franklin collaborated on the Alan and Marilyn Bergman classic, "How Do You Keep The Music Playing." Phil Ramone produced the original DUETS as well as DUETS II.
Produced by the band, and mixed by Jim O'Rourke (Sonic Youth, Gastr del Sol), YANKEE HOTEL FOXTROT sees the Chicago-based band stretching their creative borders once again, imbuing their trademark sound with inventive "found" textures on their debut for the Nonesuch label. Singer/guitarist Jeff Tweedy's stirring songwriting melds with the band's unique and eclectic sonic approach on tracks like the poignant opener "I'm Just Trying To Break Your Heart." Highly personal lyrics meet stark and powerful musical backdrops on songs like "Ashes of American Flags," while other cuts - such as the delightfully wry "Heavy Metal Drummer" and "Kamera" - show off Wilco's more playful pop side. Named in honor of the three-word codes used by short-wave radio operators, Wilco's fourth album sounds like a late-night broadcast of some weirdly wonderful pop station punctuated by static and the sonic bleed of competing signals. Songs that begin with simple, elegiac grace--"Ashes of American Flags" and "Poor Places"--end in a cat...
The True Idol includes bonus DVD jam-packed with new interviews, making of the album, a day in William's life and much more. Since his legendary audition on American Idol, William Hung has become a hero and inspiration to millions!! With over 8 million f Depending on your sense of humor, William Hung's 15 minutes of fame on one 2004 episode of American Idol were either a joke or the high point of the show's season. Tone-deaf, karaoke-trained, and a far cry from the series' polished and trendy wannabe pop stars, Hung was booted halfway through his classic cover of Ricky Martin's "She Bangs." Inspiration, his first (and possibly last) CD, gives his legion of fans a chance to hear him in his entirety. Basically, it's Hung with karaoke background music, warbling through classics such as "Hotel California," "Rocket Man," and "Y.M.C.A." A few "inspirational thought" tracks are interspersed between the songs, giving you insight into the UC Berkeley student's self-confidence and enthusiasm. A bonus DVD even contains...
Sound & Color [Clear Vinyl 2 X LP (Standard Weight) - Gatefold -includes download card]
Manufacturer: ATO Records
Brand: Universal Music Group
Alabama Shakesâ€™ Sound & Color is the follow-up to the band's Gold-certified debut album, Boys & Girls, which earned the group three GRAMMY nominations, including a nod for Best New Artist. Sound & Color demonstrates the tremendous strides made by a group of musicians who had only been playing together for a few months when they recorded their first album. From the searing single "Don't Wanna Fight" to the garage-rock freak-out on â€œThe Greatestâ€ to the psychedelic space jam â€œGemini,â€ Alabama Shakes build on the soulful blues-rock base and map a surprising, innovative new direction. Clear Vinyl 2 X LP (Standard Weight) - Gatefold -includes download card.
Manufacturer: Reprise / WEA
Brand: Word Entertainment
The Josh Groban phenomenon continues with Awake, his third studio album. Both of the extraordinary singer's first two studio discs have been certified five times platinum, with his most recent, 2003's Closer, charting #1 pop. For Grobanites, his uplifting music rises ever higher on Awake. Awake's 13 new songs show off the Grammyr-nominated Groban's remendous growth as a vocalist, producer and songwriter. His hands-on approach in the creative process of Awake is reflected in several Groban-penned and -produced songs, along with musical contributions from Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Dave Matthews, Glen Ballard, Eric Mouquet, John Ondrasik Vandrasak (Five for Fighting), Marius DeVries, David Foster and Herbie Hancock. Josh Groban is making it hard for anybody who can't say "classical crossover" without smirking to maintain an acceptable level of snobbery. Awake, his third studio disc and arguably his most personal--he co-wrote four tracks and favors his native English over Italian--boasts as many bold names as an...
Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats practically explodes with deep, primal and ecstatic soulfulness. This stunning work isn't just soul stirring, it's also soul baring, and the combination is absolutely devastating to behold. You don't just listen to this record you experience it. So it's entirely fitting that the self-titled album will bear the iconic logo of Stax Records, because at certain moments Rateliff seems to be channeling soul greats like Otis Redding and Sam & Dave. But as this gifted multi-instrumentalist honors the legacy of the legendary Memphis label, he's also setting out into audacious new territory.
Songs in the Key of Life (1976) was the highest high point of Stevie Wonder's career. More sprawling than Innervisions and Talking Book, this two-LP-plus-EP was also less of a consistent stunner than either of those masterworks. That Songs retains an enormous amount of visionary relevance, though, is demonstrated not only in Coolio's borrowing of "Pastime Paradise" as a template for "Gangsta's Paradise," but in the cold-as-ice synthesized string quartet of "Village Ghetto Land." This is Stevie, so naturally that cut's anger is balanced by the ultra-buoyant "I Wish," "Sir Duke," and "Another Star." The 2000 reissue boasts radically improved remastered sound. --Rickey Wright