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Mensagem por Xena em Seg 19 Mar - 20:12

Novo album sai dia 5 de Junho malta Smile

Brandi Carlile Announces New Album “Bear Creek” And Tour Dates With Dave Matthews Band

Columbia Records will release singer-songwriter-guitarist Brandi Carlile’s fourth studio album, Bear Creek. Carlile will tour extensively in support of the record. She’ll kick off a series of six dates with Dave Matthews Band on June 26 at Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, NJ and headline the 9,450-seat Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO on July 14.

Carlile will also perform at “We Walk The Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash” at Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theatre on April 20. The event will also feature such artists as Carolina Chocolate Drops, Kenny Chesney, Chris Cornell, Ronnie Dunn, Jamey Johnson, Kris Kristofferson, Ray LaMontagne, Amy Lee and Lucinda Williams.

“That Wasn’t Me,” the first single from Bear Creek, will go to radio in early April. The soulful piano-based track showcases the warmth and subtle power of Carlile’s vocals. It is the cornerstone of an earthy collection that embraces all of hermusical influences – folk, pop, country, rock, gospel and blues. From the spirited “Hard Way Home” and chilling country blues of “Raise Hell”to the poignant “Rise Again” and ethereal “Just Kids,” Carlile manages to be at once plainspoken and poetic. The rich imagery of “Keep Your Heart Young” evokes childhood dreams with such unerring accuracy it is apt to elicit renewed vows to never grow up while “Save Part Of Yourself” and“100″ wistfully underscore the lifetime impact of a lost love.

Named for the studio where most of the album was recorded – Bear Creek Studios, which is housed in a converted early 20th century barn near Carlile’shometown of Seattle – it features her longtime band mates: Tim and Phil Hanseroth (“The Twins,” who co-wrote many of the songs with Carlile and play guitar and bass respectively), drummer/percussionist Allison Miller and cellist Josh Neumann plus Dave Palmer on keyboards and Jeb Bows on violin and mandolin. Drummer Matt Chamberlain guests on several tracks.

GRAMMY®️ winning engineer/producer/mixer Trina Shoemaker (Sheryl Crow, Emmylou Harris, Queens of the Stone Age) and Brandi and The Twins produced the Bear Creek Studios sessions. Frank Liddell (Miranda Lambert, Lee Ann Womack) and Jay Joyce (Cage the Elephant, Emmylou Harris) produced three tracks at Tragedy/Tragedy Studios in Nashville, TN.

Bear Creek follows Carlile’s 2011 live album, Live at Benaroya Hall with the Seattle Symphony, which the Seattle Times called “breathtaking.” It was recorded during the band’s sold-out two-night stand at the prestigious venue in November 2010. To date, Carlile has sold over 800,000 albums and has played over 700 live shows.

Her self-titled debut landed her on Rolling Stone’s Top 10 list of artists to watch and she has steadily built a loyal fanbase. Her sophomore album, The Story, was produced by multiple GRAMMY®️ winner T Bone Burnett and led to a new fan in Elton John. Elton John then appeared on a track on her 2009 album, Give Up the Ghost, which was produced by the legendary Rick Rubin.

Carlile has toured with the likes of Ray LaMontagne, Chris Isaak, The Avett Brothers, Sheryl Crow and long time fan Dave Matthews Band. Her songs have been heard in such television shows as “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The Good Wife,” “American Idol,” and “Parenthood,” and in advertising campaigns by General Motors (2008 U.S. Olympic ad), Hilton Hotels and JC Penney for Ralph Lauren. In 2008, Carlile established The Looking Out Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization that supports such causes as the Fight The Fear campaign, Honor the Earth, Reverb, the United Nations World Food Programme and the American Diabetes Association.


Track Listing - Bear Creek:

1 – Hard Way Home
2 – Raise Hell
3 – Save Part Of Yourself
4 – That Wasn’t Me
5 – Keep Your Heart Young
6 – 100
7 – A Promise To Keep
8 – I’ll Still Be There
9 – What Did I Ever Come Here For
10 – Heart’s Content
11 – Rise Again
12 – In The Morrow
13 – Just Kids

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Mensagem por BlueSkydream em Ter 20 Mar - 1:21

Smile Very Happy

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Vai ser um verão a ouvir nova e boa música!!
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Ficámos também à espera que venham à Europa apresentar o novo album!!

Cris, obrigada!

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Mensagem por JP em Ter 20 Mar - 15:07

Ai, eu a fazer contagem decrescente para Maio e afinal é Junho x) Vá lá que não é um atraso muito grande Very Happy
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Mensagem por Xena em Ter 20 Mar - 15:35

De nada xD

Pois é mais um mes que temos que esperar sem falar dos 10 a 15 dias que o cd leva a chegar a Portugal mas depois acho k n vou ouvir mais nada o resto do ano looool
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Mensagem por Xena em Ter 27 Mar - 15:29

Ja temos o primeiro single "disponivel" é o That Wasn´t Me e so tenho a dizer que a versao estudio com "full band" esta brutal!!Claro k ao vivo ca banda toda deve ser um estrondo. mal posso esperar pelo cd!!

podem ouvir aqui

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aqui fica a capa maravilha do single

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Mensagem por JP em Ter 27 Mar - 18:59

Obrigado por me enviares a música Xena Smile
Eu tenho andado a ouvir as novas músicas no YouTube, mas como são gravadas têm sempre ruído. Obrigado novamente Very Happy
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Mensagem por Xena em Ter 27 Mar - 19:07

xD

Quero e o album ca fora! 5 de Junho.. are we there yet????
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Mensagem por JP em Ter 27 Mar - 20:45

Está quase! Se não estou em erro, faltam 70 dias! xD
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Mensagem por JP em Dom 22 Abr - 21:47

Já só são 44 Very Happy

Estive agora a ouvir as gravações do concerto dela aqui na Póvoa. Que vontade de a voltar a ver! Very Happy
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Mensagem por Xena em Sab 28 Abr - 21:23




Brandi Carlile
Bear Creek

Brandi Carlile has spent the better part of the last decade traversing the planet, bringing her music to an ever-growing fan following. “BEAR CREEK” sees the singer/songwriter using the experience garnered from life on the road to elevate her already astonishing artistry to a new plane. The album is marked by Carlile’s earthy, naturalistic approach to recording, with songs like “Raise Hell” and “That Wasn’t Me” set apart by intuitive, inventive instrumentation and Brandi’s remarkable vocals – by turns nuanced and raw, brilliantly uninhibited and always expressive. “BEAR CREEK” stands as a major milestone for Carlile, the moment in which she integrated the knowledge and skills accumulated over the past eight years to craft her most personal and definitive work thus far.



“You take what you learn from situations and marry them with your own ideas,” she says. “That’s what happened with ‘BEAR CREEK,’ that’s why it’s such an important record for me.”



From her earliest days on Seattle’s coffeehouse circuit, Carlile has demonstrated an uncommon gift for connecting with fans. She has toured non-stop since the release of her self-titled debut album in 2005, growing her audience in a grassroots fashion with relatively little commercial support. Along with innumerable headline dates, she shared stages with such artists as Dave Matthews Band, Ray LaMontagne, and The Avett Brothers, as well with local symphony orchestras in Spokane, Portland, Louisville, and her own beloved Seattle (the latter of which was captured on 2011’s album “LIVE AT BENAROYA HALL WITH THE SEATTLE SYMPHONY”).



Carlile’s fans are passionate about her music – and passionate about making a difference in the world, leading her to create the Looking Out Foundation in 2008. It assists the chronically underserved by channeling hundreds of thousands of dollars and resources to organizations devoted to the arts, women’s rights, public health, scientific research, and the eradication of hunger. Brandi helps fund the Foundation by donating $1 from each concert ticket she sells, as well as performing at several benefit concerts annually.



Of course, Carlile has also spent significant time in the studio, honing her songs and sound on 2007’s stunning “THE STORY” and its equally extraordinary follow-up, 2009’s “GIVE UP THE GHOST.” Having been guided on the two acclaimed albums by super-producers T Bone Burnett and Rick Rubin, respectively, this time Carlile was determined to steer the new recordings herself.



“I would liken working with A-list producers to going to college,” she says. “You don’t want to be a perpetual student. At some point, you need to apply your knowledge.”



“BEAR CREEK” follows in the tradition of Carlile’s hero – and “GIVE UP THE GHOST” collaborator – Elton John, who himself named two albums after the places they were recorded, denoting what Brandi explains as “the sacred quality a studio has and the impact it makes on a record.” Having previously recorded in Vancouver and Los Angeles, Carlile was eager to work in an environment closer – both physically and in spirit – to her own rural abode.



“We wanted to work somewhere that felt like home,” Carlile says, “but not so much like home to where we’d be lax about it. We needed to find an environment that felt like who we really were.”



Bear Creek, a converted turn-of-the-century barn nestled among the tall trees of Woodinville, Washington, proved to be ideal. In March 2011, she brought co-producer Trina Shoemaker, a Grammy Award-winning engineer and mixer, and members of her “road family” – including multi-instrumentalists/songwriters Phil and Tim Hanseroth (a.k.a. “The Twins”), cellist Josh Neumann and drummer Allison Miller, as well as her touring sound engineer and guitar tech – to Bear Creek and together they spent the next month recording.



“When I’m making a record,” Carlile says, “I’m always compensating for what isn’t there, which is an audience. I’m always thinking, ‘Okay, how can we replace the intensity I get from the crowd?’ On this record, having my family in the studio with me replaced that pressure, because I really wanted them all to be excited when I came out of the vocal booth.”



Embracing a “rough-around-the-edges sonic appeal” – directly rooted in the band’s live approach –they veered off into new musical territory, fusing classic rock ‘n’ roll, folk, bluegrass, and “pure soul” to create their own distinctive sound.



True to form, Carlile embarked on a major tour soon after completing the Bear Creek sessions. The trek turned out to be a difficult one, encompassing nerve-wracking lightning storms as well as a milestone birthday. The urgent rave-up “Raise Hell” was penned that very day.



“I always thought turning 30 would just roll right off my back, but lots of stuff happened to me emotionally and I wrote some songs,” she says. “I thought, ‘how can I put a record out that doesn’t have anything to do with me turning 30? I’ve got to add some of these songs.’”



Said songs – which also include “I’ll Still Be There” and “Keep Your Heart Young” – have an irrefutable country flair. Though born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Carlile has a deep connection to classic country music, evinced by her appearances on A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor and performances on the legendary stages of Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium and Grand Ole Opry House. Holding true to the nature of her new songs, she headed to Music City USA to record them. Her good friend Miranda Lambert recommended Frank Liddell, while other musicians suggested Jay Joyce (known for his work with such diverse artists as Emmylou Harris and Cage The Elephant). Carlile liked both producers and suggested they team up for a session.



“My A&R guy was like, ‘You can’t do that to producers,’” she says, “but those guys were so awesome, they both said, ‘Yeah, let’s totally do it.’”



Having put so much of herself into “BEAR CREEK,” Carlile is now eager to introduce the album to her extended family – the audience. Summer 2012 will see her biggest headlining tour to date, with stops at such world famous venues as Red Rocks Amphitheater (outside of Denver) and Wolf Trap (Vienna, Virginia).



“I can talk about making records all day long,” Carlile says, “but what really drives me is what I’ve been doing on the road for the last eight years. When we play these songs for you, what’s going to happen between you and us? That’s what matters most to me.”



Dynamic, affective, and uncommonly moving, “BEAR CREEK” fully confirms Brandi Carlile as a truly incandescent talent, the kind of artist whose work truly defies easy categorization but for one.



“When I was growing up, I didn’t think for a second that Bob Dylan wasn’t a country singer or that Johnny Cash wasn’t a rock ‘n’ roll singer,” Carlile says. “What mattered was what they were saying and what the instruments sounded like behind them. They weren’t following any trends, they just sounded great. ‘Great’ is a genre

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