Laura Cantrell

21 Jul

Laura Cantrell’s third album came out about a month ago, and I finally got around to ordering it. I’m excited to hear her latest collection of genre-crossing originals and well-chosen covers (check out her version of Elvis Costello’s “Indoor Fireworks,” available on her website along with many more downloads). I’m guessing it will be rich and subtle, if “14th Street,” the first MP3 released, is any indication. If you’re looking for a bit more twang, check out earlier tracks like “Roll, Truck, Roll,” released alongside albums full of trucker songs on the Diesel Only label. Finally, if you really enjoyed Ballboy (posted on 3hive in May), you might enjoy the gentle ballad “I Lost You,” recorded live and loose with Ballboy-er Gordon McIntire for John Peel.


www.matadorrecords.com
www.dieselonly.com
www.lauracantrell.com

14th Street [MP3, 7.6MB, 320kbps]
I Lost You (But I Found Country Music) [MP3, 2.5MB, 160kbps]
When the Roses Bloom Again [MP3, 3.8MB, 128kbps]
Not the Tremblin’ Kind [MP3, 2.5MB, 96kbps]
Churches off the Interstate [MP3, 2.1MB, 96kbps]
Roll, Truck, Roll [MP3, 2.5MB, 128kbps]

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    Check out amazon for a few other free downloads from Ms. Cantrell. “Two Seconds” is unmissable.