That Santa Fe Channel

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Die Band um Joe Firstman kreiert auf “That Santa Fe Channel” ihre eigene Version von Americana-Roots-Rock und verwischt gekonnt die Grenzen zwischen Rock, Country und Folk. Produziert wurden die neun Songs in East Nashville von Kenneth Pattengale vom US-Indie-Folk-Duo The Milk Carton Kids. Das Ergebnis ist ein zeitloses Album mit dem Sound des US-amerikanischen Südens und mit kalifornischen Charme.

Rooted in triple-stacked harmonies, southern storytelling, and cosmic country twang, Cordovas create their own version of American roots-rock with That Santa Fe Channel. The album marks the band's ATO Records debut, arriving after more than a half-decade's worth of international touring, communal living, and shared songwriting sessions. It's a timely - and timeless - version of a sound that's existed for 50 years, ever since pioneers like the Grateful Dead and the Allman Bothers Band blurred the lines between rock, country, and amplified folk music. If That Santa Fe Channel nods to the band's influences, though, it's still a fiercely unique album, recorded in a series of live takes that shine a light not only on Cordovas' songwriting chops, but their strength as a raw, rugged live band, as well. That Santa Fe Channel was produced by the Milk Carton Kids' Kenneth Pattengale in East Nashville, not far from the home that doubles as the band's rehearsal space, headquarters, and shared living quarters. There, in a converted barn behind the property's main house, the guys logged countless hours fine-tuning a sound that's already earned praise from outlets like NPR Music and Rolling Stone, who described the group as "the harmony-heavy, guitar-fueled house band at a Big Pink keg party in 1968." With its western wooziness and siesta-friendly swagger, That Santa Fe Channel also nods to the band's other home bases: Southern California, where bassist and band leader Joe Firstman lived for years; and Todos Santos, Mexico, where Cordovas' five members travel every winter to write new songs, sharpen old standbys, and oversee the acclaimed Tropic of Cancer Concert Series. The result is a record that's steeped in - but not limited to - southern sounds and California charm. It's American music without borders.

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That Santa Fe Channel
That Santa Fe Channel
ATO LP 3317
€ 25.90*

1 This Town's a Drag
2 Selfish Loner
3 Talk To Me
4 I'm The One Who Needs You Tonight
5 Frozen Rose
6 Santa Fe
7 Standin' On the Porch
8 Your Town
9 Step-Back Red