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  1. Recorded at The Compound, Butler’s studio in Fremantle (Australia), FLESH & BLOOD took a mere 20 days to record and though beautifully structured in sonic terms there is a rawness and honesty to the album that reflects the brevity of its laying down. “There’s something really exciting about that moment when you’re writing a song and it’s flowing and you stand back and look at it and.
  2. Search for: Type and hit enter Flesh & Blood () Spring To Come ; Livin In The City ; Cold Wind ; Bullet Girl ; Devil Woman ; Blame It On Me ; Only One ; Young & Wild ; Wings Are Wide ; How You Sleep At Night? You're Free
  3. Flesh & Blood, the sixth studio album by Australian roots band, John Butler Trio is a sheer delight. Filled with rich melodies and poignant lyrics, this eleven track album goes down smooth and refreshing like iced lemonade in the summertime. Backing Butler this time around is bassist Byron Luiters and drummer Grant Gerathy/5(86).
  4. The sixth long player from the rootsy Australian trio (and first outing in four years) finds bandleader John Butler occupying a more introspective and nostalgic headspace than he has on previous outings. Butler has always been a cerebral gent, although one prone to crafting stadium sized activist anthems like "Earthbound Child" and "Fire in the Sky," but there's a more settled vibe to Flesh.
  5. Flesh & Blood is the upcoming sixth studio album by Australian Roots band the John Butler Trio. The album was recorded over 20 days at Butler's studio 'The Compound' during December , with extra recording sessions taking place in The photograph used on the album cover was taken in Butler's backyard shed at his home.
  6. Oct 20,  · John Butler Trio: Flesh, Blood and Brothers “Wings Are Wide,” written about the passing of the year carried on as if they had never recorded an album, Butler .
  7. Jan 01,  · Editors’ Notes The John Butler Trio’s folk- and blues-based style of jam rock has given them room to stimulate thinking as well as compel a crowd to dance. On Flesh & Blood, the Australian combo get even more reflective than on past releases, exploring the polarity between commitment and freedom with a stubborn sense of soybiseraraspedalmobeslikalmi.coinfo Butler reaffirms his broad emotional range as a singer.
  8. The wings are wide So cover me, come cover me Artist: John Butler Trio Title: Flesh & Blood () Release Date: February 7, Label: Jarrah Records Catalog ref.: JBT Format: CD. Recorded The Compound, Fremantle – John Butler – vocals, guitars, Wurlitzer, E-Bow Bryon Luiters – bass, vocals, Moog bass, synths.

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