Back Into the Woods [Import]
2013 release, the sixth studio album from the British singer/songwriter. For Ed Harcourt's Back Into the Woods, the previously Mercury Prize nominated artist spent just six hours in Abbey Road with three pianos, a guitar, a string section (including Ed's wife Gita), and a bottle of Wild Turkey. Legendary photographer Steve Gullick was at the historic studios, and his shot from the control room has become the record's cover art. Think Tom Waits piano ballads, guitars haunted by Jeff Buckley, and a glimmer of '69 Love Songs' sentimentality. One of the reasons for the recording time constraints is that Ed was busy writing songs for the likes of Kristina Train (with Van Dyke Parks) and Paloma Faith, and also for Lisa-Marie Presley's album (with Richard Hawley). He's also been busy as Faber's director of music for Beck's Song Reader project, and recording tracks for the Rogue's Gallery sea shanty album featuring Tom Waits, Keith Richards and more.
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