By The Way, I Forgive You Brandi Carlile
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- 1Every Time I Hear That Song04:01
- 2The Joke04:39
- 3Hold Out Your Hand04:22
- 4The Mother03:16
- 5Whatever You Do04:07
- 6Fulton County Jane Doe04:43
- 8Most Of All03:51
- 9Harder To Forgive04:06
- 10Party Of One05:48
Info for By The Way, I Forgive You
When Nashville's favorite genre-defying producer, Dave Cobb, got a call from Washington state's favorite genre-busting singer-songwriter, Brandi Carlile, in 2016, he was a little freaked out. "I'd first heard her sing about ten years ago, and just stopped in my tracks," he said in a recent chat at his home base, Music Row's RCA Studio A, where the two recently completed her sixth album By The Way, I Forgive You. "Very few people can sing like that — in that powerful and individualistic way. I'd been a huge fan for a long time."
Carlile first turned to Cobb to create an arrangement for Dolly Parton's cover of her signature ballad "The Story," which appears on the 2017 charity release Cover Stories. That collaboration established a musical kinship that's now fully expressed on By the Way, I Forgive You, a project she identifies as "a massive change."
Co-produced by Cobb and country-rock pioneer Shooter Jennings, By The Way, I Forgive You takes Carlile and her longtime bandmates, Phil and Tim Hanseroth, into what NPR Music calls "a new space of risk-taking — as well as the emotional stratosphere."
"The Joke," the first track to be released from By The Way, exemplifies the album's massive ambition. A country-rock aria dedicated to the delicate boys and striving girls born into — and, Carlile insists, destined to triumph over — this divisive time, "The Joke" offers a stunning vocal performance from Carlile, swathed in warm piano, big drums and a perfect string arrangement by the late Paul Buckmaster.
Cobb hopes that Carlile's courage and finesse gains her the commercial audience she richly deserves — the same one Adele and Sam Smith enjoy. "This album deserves to be mainstream," he said. "It's one of those records that people who love classic records will appreciate – and people who love really great songwriting, and people who love great singers. It's art, and this feels like this is a moment when art can break through to the mainstream."
Brandi Carlile, vocals, guitar, piano
Tim Hanseroth, vocals, bass
Phil Hanseroth, vocals, guitar
Dave Cobb, guitar, percussions
Jennings, Piano, organ
Chris Powell, drums
Josh Neumann, Cello
John Mark Painter, horns
Paul Buckmaster, strings
Produced by Dave Cobb, Shooter Jennings
was born on June 1, 1981 in Ravensdale, Washington. Her musical style has been described as alternative country and folk rock. Brandi taught herself to sing at a young age and began performing onstage when she was only 8. She was diagnosed with attention-deficit disorder at 16 and dropped out of high school to pursue a career in music. She began playing in Seattle night clubs and was signed to Columbia Records in 2004. In 2005 she released her first self-titled album, which led to her being featured on Rolling Stone's “10 Artists to Watch in 2005”. This album reached #80 on the Billboard 200 and #1 on US Folk Albums. Her second album The Story was released in 2007 and produced by T Bone Burnett. It features her biggest hit “The Story,” which was featured in several TV commercials and played during the end credits of the film The Lucky One. The Story reached #41 on the Billboard 200 and #10 on US Rock Albums. It also caught the attention of Elton John. Her next album Give Up the Ghost was released in 2009 and features a collaboration with Elton John on the song “Caroline.” It peaked at #26 on the Billboard 200 and earned Carlile a GLAAD Media Award nomination for “Outstanding Music Artist”. Live at Benaroya Hall with the Seattle Symphony was released in 2011 and reached #14 on the Top Rock Albums chart. Carlile released Bear Creek in 2012. The song “Heart's Content” was featured in the 2013 romantic film Safe Haven. The album peaked at #10 on the Billboard 200, #3 on the US Billboard Rock Albums. and #1 on the US Billboard Folk Albums. Her album The Firewatcher's Daughter was released in 2015 on ATO Records and features a more rock 'n' roll sound.
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