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If you don’t know JD Souther, you surely know his songs. In the extraordinary renaissance of popular songwriting that occurred during the 1960s and ‘70s, his name looms large as one of the chief architects of the Los Angeles scene. Singer, songwriter, producer, actor, storyteller - of these words can be used to describe an artist whose spirit and influence has had an enormous impact on a full generation of this country’s greatest musical names: The Eagles, James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt, Roy Orbison, just to name a few. Souther, who received a prestigious ASCAP Golden Note Award in 2009 for his songwriting contributions to American popular music, recorded the new album at Nashville’s Sound Emporium with musicians including Jeff Coffin, Jerry Douglas, John Hobbs, John Jorgenson, Rod McGaha, Chris Walters, Viktor Krauss and Bryan Sutton. The album features 11 songs, many of which have been recorded previously by other artists (The Eagles did ‘The Sad Café’, ‘Best Of My Love’ and ‘New Kid In Town’, Linda Ronstadt did ‘Faithless Love’).

  • Format:CD CATALOGUE#:EOMCD2138
  • $ 21.99

Additional Product Details

  • ArtistSOUTHER,JD
  • Record LabelEONE MUSIC
  • BrandKOCHCON
  • Number of Discs 1
  • ClassificationE
  • Audio Type 1.0
  • Release Date Jun 3, 2011
  • Genres MUSIC

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