Hornsby & Flynn - This Right Here mp3 album
Harbor Lights was the fourth album by Bruce Hornsby and was released by RCA Records in 1993. The record showcased Hornsby in a more jazz-oriented setting and featured an all-star lineup, including Pat Metheny, Branford Marsalis, Jerry Garcia, Phil Collins and Bonnie Raitt.
Here Come the Noise Makers was the first live album by American singer and pianist Bruce Hornsby. It is a double album comprising songs recorded between 1998 and New Year's Eve 1999/2000. It was Hornsby's first album with his touring act the Noisemakers.
Hornsby wrote seven of the nine songs with his brother John Hornsby, and they create their own world, a working-class environment of longing and loneliness set against the background of the Virginia Tidewater area. The album cover displays a sepia-toned photograph of the band set over another photograph of the long Chesapeake Bay Bridge. The lyrics are lightly poetic and restrained, for the most part. The exception is the title song (written by Bruce Hornsby alone), a brave if somewhat clumsily written attack on the heartless right-wing politics of the mid-'80s, as the .
Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers return to the road tomorrow for a lengthy summer tour. Here's a look back at their National Sawdust performances this past April - "I'll Take You There (Misty)" featuring yMusic and co-written with Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter. Find all the upcoming tour dates at BruceHornsby.
Watch Bruce Hornsby perform The Blinding Light Of Dreams on ‘Live From Here’ with host Chris Thile. When I released the Spirit Trail album in 1998, I needed to find a guitar player who could play John Leventhal’s great orchestral guitar parts that enhanced that music so much. Doug Derryberry filled that bill and much more, with his guitar, strong vocals, and mandolin playing giving us what we needed for fifteen years.
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