Sunday, October 26, 2014
Cracker's David Lowery is at the forefront of the movement to ensure that artists can get paid fairly in today's digital world. And no wonder. Lowery works his butt off. Cracker is releasing their new album Berkeley to Bakersfield December 9. His other band, Camper Van Beethoven, unleashed La Costa Perdida in 2013 and El Camino Real earlier this year. He even dropped a solo record, The Palace Guards, in 2011.
The most amazing thing to me is that the music is all good. Don't take my word for it, listen below, 2 new ones and a bunch of older ones. Check out this pretty good little story in Rolling Stone Country.
Waited My Whole Life
Here's another new one:
Sunrise in the Land OF Milk and Honey
I dig this live version of Euro-Trash Girl.
Turn On Tune In Drop Out With Me
Get Off This
Here's some Camper Van Beethoven:
Someday Our Love will Sell Us Out
Northern California Girls
It was Like That When We Got Here
Good Guys and Bad Guys
Pictures of Matchstick Men
The Day That Lassie Went to the Moon
And some David Lowery solo.
Baby, All Those Girls Meant Nothing To Me
Photo at top by Jason Thrasher. Is that a rock n roll name or what?