Washday Blues - Laura Cantrell - No Way There From Here (CD, Album)
Label: Thrift Shop Recordings - TSR 001 • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country, Acoustic
· Organ – Matt Roland (3) Piano – Tony Crow. Vocals – Laura Cantrell. Written-By – Laura Cantrell. 4. No Way There From Here. Acoustic Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar – Mark Spencer (3) Bass – Matt Swanson/5(6).
· Though I was familiar with Nashville-born, New York City-based singer Laura Cantrell mainly through her association with They Might Be Giants -- she sang on their single "The Guitar" and appeared in the video, plus she released her debut EP through John Flansburgh's Hello CD-of-the-Month Club subscription service () -- I didn't really become a fan until her fourth album, 's /5(38).
No Way There From Here, is Cantrell's first album of original material in eight years. Cantrell's previous albums have been profiled in The New York Times, O Magazine, Elle, and the Wall Street Journal and on NPR's All Things Considered, On Point, and Weekend Edition/5(37).
· Written-By – Laura Cantrell. 4. No Way There From Here. Acoustic Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar – Mark Spencer (3) Bass – Matt Swanson. Drums – Brian Kotzur, Brian Owings *. Electric Guitar – Kenny Vaughan (2) Fiddle – Billy Contreras. Harmony Vocals – Jordan Caress.
· Laura Cantrell's career is a lovely example of the virtues of quality over quantity. No Way There from Here is only the fifth studio album Cantrell has released since , and her first dominated by original material since Humming by the Flowered Vine in , but while she doesn't record often, when she does she delivers something special, and No Way There from Here ranks with the .
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