The soulful piano-based tracks showcase the warmth and subtle power of Carlile’s vocals. It is the cornerstone of an earthy collection that embraces all of her musical influences - folk, pop, country, rock, gospel and blues.
Named for the studio where most of the album was recorded - Bear Creek Studios, is housed in a converted early 20th century barn near Carlile’s hometown of Seattle - 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.
- Hard Way Home
- Raise Hell
- Save Part Of Yourself
- That Wasn’t Me
- Keep Your Heart Young
- A Promise To Keep
- I’ll Still Be There
- What Did I Ever Come Here For
- Heart’s Content
- Rise Again
- In The Morrow
- Just Kids
by Alice Bisits
This is album number four for Carlile and it’s a sweet and soulful collection. She has such an expressive voice that works so well with her indie/country-rock inspired songwriting.
Think Alison Krauss meets Bonnie Raitt and you’ll know whether this is the girl for you. Her lyrics reflect on her life as a maturing artist, and even at only 30 she seems a little nostalgic for her recent youth. But it’s all fun anyway, according to her songs, and that’s all that matters.
Alice Bisits works as a bookseller at Readings Malvern.
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