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  • Bruce Hornsby Announces New Album “Spirit Trail 25th Anniversary Edition”, Shares New Song “Living in the Sunshine”

  • American singer-songwriter Bruce Hornsby has announced the 25th anniversary edition of his 1998 double album “Spirit Trail” called “The Spirit Trail 25th Anniversary Edition” will be released on October 27, 2023.

    The 25th anniversary edition contains a 3-CD and/or 3-LP set. Within the CD set comes the original double album, four previously unreleased songs, and over 70 minutes of previously unreleased live performances.
    Bruce Hornsby said of the album, “Probably two or three things. One, it's come to my attention over the years that for my true fans ーdevotees who've followed me through this crazy and stylistically peripatetic journey I've taken - this record is their favorite. Two, it's the record from my more distant past that personally holds up best for me. It's the first record where I thought the singing has aged well, and I'm still very proud of the songwriting on it. So third, we're trying to get the word out again, shine a light now on something we thought was pretty special.”
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    From the album, he released a new song “Living in the Sunshine” on September 8, 2023.
    The song is one of four newly rediscovered tracks included on the collection in a group called “Lost and Found on the Spirit Trail”.
    The song was written by Bruce following the release of Spirit Trail and intended for his 7th studio album before a record executive changed the project's course towards what would become “Big Swing Face”.
    He said of “Lost and Found on the Spirit Trail”, “These were not just demos with a drum machine or solo piano demos. They featured my band playing. There was mostly piano, bass and drums on a lot of them but there was also guitar on a couple, and I'd thrown some organ on one of them. So I felt it was fairly far along. These were rough mixes but they were fairly close, at least in conception, to me. I'm glad these songs are coming out because they're fun to play and I think a certain fan of mine will go, 'Why doesn't he do this more?'”
    The accompanying live video was shot and edited by Jesse Lafountaine.

  • Photo by Alan Hess
  • source : Apple Music
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