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Music : T-Bone Burnett - Studio Albums (1980-2008) (8CD Set)

T-Bone Burnett - Studio Albums (1980-2008) (8CD Set)

T-Bone Burnett - Studio Albums (1980-2008) (8CD Set)
Genre: Folk Rock, Heartland Rock, Roots Rock, Americana | 8CD | MP3 320 kbps | ~ 947 MB

A collection of 8 CD, which includes 7 studio albums by T-Bone Burnett, is an American musician, songwriter, and soundtrack and famous record producer.
Despite critical acclaim as a performer, the rootsy singer/songwriter T Bone Burnett earned his greatest renown as a producer, helming recording sessions for acts ranging from Roy Orbison and Elvis Costello to Counting Crows and Sam Phillips. Born Joseph Henry Burnett on January 14, 1948, in St. Louis, MO, he grew up in Fort Worth, TX, soaking in the area's indigenous blend of blues, R&B, and Tex-Mex sounds. Instead of attending college, he opted to open his own Fort Worth recording studio, while also performing in a series of blues bands; in the early '70s he relocated to Los Angeles, producing sessions for Glen Clark and Delbert McClinton.
After recording his own 1972 debut, The B-52 Band & the Fabulous Skylarks, Burnett toured with Delaney & Bonnie before befriending Bob Neuwirth, a singer/songwriter known for his ties to Bob Dylan. Three years later, Dylan invited Burnett to play guitar on his Rolling Thunder Revue tour. After the Revue concluded, he and fellow Rolling Thunder alumni Dave Mansfield and Steve Soles founded the Alpha Band, releasing their eponymous debut in 1977. Spark in the Dark followed later that year, and like its predecessor failed to find commercial favor; when 1978's Statue Makers of Hollywood met a similar fate, the Alpha Band split, and Burnett returned to his solo career. He resurfaced in 1980 with the acclaimed Truth Decay, which, like all of his solo work, found its lyrical center in his spiritual concerns. A move to Warner Bros. followed for 1982's Trap Door EP, and 1983's full-length Proof Through the Night featured guests Pete Townshend, Ry Cooder, and Richard Thompson. Still, commercial success eluded him, and so he continued working as a producer, overseeing highly regarded records like Los Lobos' How Will the Wolf Survive?, Marshall Crenshaw's Downtown, and the BoDeans' Love & Hope & Sex & Dreams.
After recording a self-titled 1986 solo effort, Burnett agreed to produce The Turning, an album for the successful Christian pop singer Leslie Phillips. The album won wide acclaim even from secular outposts, but it was to be Phillips' last overtly religious release; instead, she began performing under her nickname, Sam, and with Burnett's aid landed a deal with the Virgin label for 1987's acclaimed The Indescribable Wow. Prior to recording her 1991 LP, Cruel Inventions, Phillips and Burnett wed, and he remained in the producer's seat for her later efforts, including 1994's Martinis & Bikinis and 1996's Omnipop. Despite his additional success manning albums like Elvis Costello's masterful 1986 effort King of America as well as producing the star-studded 1987 Roy Orbison tribute Black & White Night, Burnett continued his solo career; like earlier efforts, 1988's The Talking Animals won raves from the press but failed to find an audience outside of his devoted cult following. His output dwindled as his production work increased, and only in 1992 did he release a follow-up, the Spartan Criminal Under My Own Hat. Instead, Burnett remained one of the most prolific and distinctive producers of his day, crafting successes like Costello's Spike, Counting Crows' August and Everything After, the Wallflowers' Bringing Down the Horse, and Gillian Welch's Revival.
Burnett's public profile took a huge leap in 2001 when he served as composer and music producer for the Coen Brothers' film O Brother, Where Art Thou? as well as producing the soundtrack album from the film, which became somewhat of a cultural phenomenon, selling close to nine million copies and earning Burnett four Grammys. He partnered with the Coen Brothers to form DMZ Records in 2002, and the label has released several soundtrack albums either produced or executive produced by Burnett, including Cold Mountain, A Mighty Wind, Crossing Jordan, and The Ladykillers. Burnett finally released an album of new original material, The True False Identity, in 2006 on Sony, which that same year also released a 40-song retrospective set spanning Burnett's entire career, Twenty Twenty: The Essential T Bone Burnett. Tooth of Crime followed in 2008 on Nonesuch Records.

Track List:

Truth Decay (1980) Reissue 1997
01. Quicksand
02. Talk Talk Talk Talk Talk
03. Boomerang
04. Love at First Sight
05. Madison Avenue
06. Driving Wheel
07. Come Home
08. Power of Love
09. House of Mirrors
10. Tears Tears Tears
11. Pretty Girls
12. I'm Coming Home
Proof Through the Night & the Complete Trap Door (recordings 1982-1984) 2007 Release [2CD]
CD 1: Proof Through The Night
01. The Murder Weapon
02. Fatally Beautiful
03. After All These Years
04. Baby Fall Down
05. The Sixties
06. Stunned
07. Pressure
08. Hula Hoop
09. When The Night Falls
10. Hefner and Disney
11. Shut It Tight
12. Be Careful Of Stones That You Throw
CD 2: The Complete Trap Door
01. Hold On Tight
02. Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend
03. I Wish You Could Have Seen Her Dance
04. A Ridiculous Man
05. Poetry
06. Trap Door
07. Strange Combination
08. Amnesia And Jealousy (Oh! Lana)
09. Having A Wonderful Time, Wish You Were Her
10. The Law Of Average
11. My Life And The Women Who Lived It
12. Welcome Home, Mr. Lewis
T Bone Burnett (1986)
01. River Of Love
02. Poison Love
03. Shake Yourself Loose
04. No Love At All
05. Annabelle Lee
06. I Remember (Instrumental)
07. I Remember
08. Little Daughter
09. Oh No Darling
10. Time
11. Little Daughter (Instrumental)
12. Song To A Dead Man
13. The Bird That I Held In My Hand
The Talking Animals (1987) 2001 Reissue
01. The Wild Truth
02. Monkey Dance
03. Image
04. Dance, Dance, Dance
05. The Killer Moon
06. Relentless
07. Euromad
08. Purple Heart
09. You Could Look It Up
10. The Strange Case Of Frank Cash And The Morning Paper
The Criminal Under My Own Hat (1992) 2003 Reissue
01. Over You
02. Tear This Building Down
03. It's Not Too Late
04. Humans from Earth
05. Primitives
06. Criminals
07. Every Little Thing
08. I Can Explain Everything
09. Any Time at All
10. I Can Explain Everything
11. Long Time Now
12. Kill Switch
The True False Identity (2006)
01. Zombieland
02. Palestine Texas
03. Seven Times Hotter Than Fire
04. There Would Be Hell To Pay
05. Every Time I Feel the Shift
06. I'm Going On A Long Journey Never To Return
07. Hollywood Mecca Of The Movies
08. Fear Country
09. Baby Don't You Say You Love Me
10. Earlier Baghdad (The Bounce)
11. Blinded By The Darkness
12. Shaken Rattled And Rolled
Tooth Of Crime (2008)
01. Anything I Say Can and Will Be Used Against You
02. Dope Island
03. The Slowdown
04. Blind Man
05. Kill Zone
06. The Rat Age
07. Swizzle Stick
08. Telepresence (Make the Metal Scream)
09. Here Come the Philistines
10. Sweet Lullaby

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