Ivey, Jeremy: Waiting Out The Storm

Ivey, Jeremy SKU: 40703350
Ivey, Jeremy: Waiting Out The Storm

Ivey, Jeremy: Waiting Out The Storm

Ivey, Jeremy SKU: 40703350

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Waiting Out The Storm
Artist: Ivey, Jeremy
Label: Anti
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 045778778515
Genre: Folk

Vinyl LP pressing. 2020 release. Nashville-based performer Jeremy Ivey has operated in the background for years as a songwriter/guitarist with his wife, celebrated country-rock luminary Margo Price. Ivey is back in the spotlight with his sophomore solo album Waiting Out The Storm via Anti- Records. Produced by Price, the ten-song album finds Jeremy Ivey expanding his sound with his band the Extraterrestrials. On Waiting Out The Storm, an album with electricity coursing through it's veins, Ivey zooms out to take a widescreen look at the world around us-the landscape, the people that populate it, and the ways in which we help each other survive against all odds. Ivey, who writes prolifically and cites Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan as influences, evokes "'Mutations'-era Beck along with classic country" (Rolling Stone). His solo material travels through a wide spectrum of classic folk, gently frayed psychedelia, pop, and a bit of Southern rock.

Tracks:
1.1 Tomorrow People
1.2 Paradise Alley
1.3 Movies
1.4 Hands Down in Your Pockets
1.5 White Shadow
1.6 Things Could Get Much Worse
1.7 Someone Else's Problem
1.8 Loser Town
1.9 What's the Matter Esther
1.10 How It Has to Be
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