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Browsing: Eric Corne
Premiering today is Sugaray’s “Gonna Lift You Up” from forthcoming ‘In Too Deep.’
In “Please Take My Hand,” Rayford raises the voices of generations who’ve struggled and persevered with love in the face of oppression, accompanied only by a spare bass drum, handclaps, and cowbell.
“Each of these special guests brings something unique to the album, and our team works so well together. I think you can hear that chemistry in the music.” – John Mayall
“To me, this song is like when you’re living in the ghetto, turn on the lights, and the roaches scatter.” – Sugaray Rayford
I was beginning to get the idea that this could easily have been a live album, if it had been recorded by Morrow jamming with Little Feat and ZZ Top at a post Willie Nelson picnic party.
“Here’s a song I wrote about all the troubles going on in the world right now,” Mayall told us. “I think Steven Van Zandt did a powerful job capturing the mood of the song with his dynamic guest guitar contribution.”
“I thought the record was done but felt that ‘Ridin’ with Lady Luck’ (Featuring Walter Trout) needed a partner in crime, so I decided to add, ‘Pull String to Inflate,'” – Eric Corne
Taking roots-rock, blues, alt country, and folk, Corne blends the twelve tracks on ‘Happy Songs For The Apocalypse’ into a sonically engaging offering.