Sing Your Own Song, 03:17. Captain Courageous (On Disko Island), 03:38. I Might Be Dead, 02:57. The Way We Weren't, 02:57. There's a Starbucks (Where the Starbucks Used to Be), 03:44. The Colloquy of Mole & Mr Eye, 03:42.
Harding's new album, The Sound of His Own Voice is yet another smorgasbord of flavorful musical dishes, but befitting his age-at 45 he's no longer the new anything-the best tracks are flavored with a pinch of nostalgia and a dash of regret. Harding here ups the comeback ante with a baker dozen of frothy, breezily melodic gems.
I bought my first John Wesley Harding CD in 1990 based on an interview he did with a local college station. Here Comes the Groom got quite a bit of play. It ambled a little in the middle, but it an album that I revisited from time to time and enjoyed. There are tracks I love, some I like a lot and others that are fine, but all in all it is an agreeable album. I've been aware that Harding has released other albums, but I never really chased them down thinking that I kind of had the JWH experience already. What an amazing artist! This album is an example of his creativity. Do you want to learn about this creative person? Purchase the Record Album(which I did) and down load the MP3s.
Wesley Stace (born 22 October 1965) is a folk/pop singer-songwriter and author who has used the stage name John Wesley Harding. Under his legal name, he has written four novels. He is also a university teacher and the curator of Wesley Stace's Cabinet of Wonders. His given name, Wesley, comes from John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, who preached one of his last sermons near the town where Harding was born.
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Now that he's used to living a double life as a musician and a novelist (publishing three books under his given name, Wesley Stace), John Wesley Harding has become more comfortable with leaving his most serious side on the printed page, and while his tenth studio album, The Sound of His Own Voice, shows he still has a point o. Scott McCaughey (who played on Harding's 2009 effort, Who Was Changed and Who Was Dead) co-produced The Sound of His Own Voice with the singer and songwriter, and he brought in an impressive variety of collaborators for these sessions, including Peter Buck, Rosanne Cash, and John Moen, Chris Funk, Jenny Conlee, and Nate Query of the Decemberists, and the results are.
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|A1||Sing Your Own Song|
|A2||I Should Have Stopped|
|A3||Captain Courageous (On Disko Island)|
|A4||I Might Be Dead|
|A6||The Way We Weren't|
|A7||The Colloquy Of Mole & Mr. Eye|
|B1||There's A Starbucks (Where The Starbucks Used To Be)|
|B3||Calling Off The Experiment|
|B5||Good News (& Bad News)|
|B6||The World In Song|
- Producer – John Wesley Harding, Scott McCaughey
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 634457224919
|YEP-2249||John Wesley Harding||The Sound Of His Own Voice (CD, Album)||Yep Roc Records||YEP-2249||US||2011|
|CD-YEP-2249||John Wesley Harding||The Sound Of His Own Voice (CD, Album, Promo)||Yep Roc Records||CD-YEP-2249||Unknown|