Magnolia Thunderpussy

2023 release from the Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter. "This is the most personal record I've ever made," says Joan Osborne. The result is a masterful collection of twelve contemplative songs offering hope and solace, while exploring Osborne's own unique journey from small-town Kentucky to around the world. The powerful album's deeply melodic songcraft, including some co-writes with producer Ben Rice (Valerie June; Norah Jones), serves up a rich Americana sound. Her sumptuous alto and poetic lyrics are underpinned by rootsy textures, ranging from Rice's banjo guitar to Cindy Cashdollar's lap steel, to Dave Sherman's piano and Hammond organ, to Jack Petruzzelli's baritone guitar.
2023 release from the Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter. "This is the most personal record I've ever made," says Joan Osborne. The result is a masterful collection of twelve contemplative songs offering hope and solace, while exploring Osborne's own unique journey from small-town Kentucky to around the world. The powerful album's deeply melodic songcraft, including some co-writes with producer Ben Rice (Valerie June; Norah Jones), serves up a rich Americana sound. Her sumptuous alto and poetic lyrics are underpinned by rootsy textures, ranging from Rice's banjo guitar to Cindy Cashdollar's lap steel, to Dave Sherman's piano and Hammond organ, to Jack Petruzzelli's baritone guitar.
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Nobody Owns You
Artist: Joan Osborne
Format: CD
New: Available $14.38
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DISC: 1

1. I Should've Danced More
2. Nobody Owns You
3. So Many Airports
4. Woman's Work
5. The Smallest Trees
6. Time of the Gun
7. Dig a Little Ditch
8. Secret Wine
9. Child of God
10. Tower of Joy
11. Lifeline
12. Great American Cities

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2023 release from the Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter. "This is the most personal record I've ever made," says Joan Osborne. The result is a masterful collection of twelve contemplative songs offering hope and solace, while exploring Osborne's own unique journey from small-town Kentucky to around the world. The powerful album's deeply melodic songcraft, including some co-writes with producer Ben Rice (Valerie June; Norah Jones), serves up a rich Americana sound. Her sumptuous alto and poetic lyrics are underpinned by rootsy textures, ranging from Rice's banjo guitar to Cindy Cashdollar's lap steel, to Dave Sherman's piano and Hammond organ, to Jack Petruzzelli's baritone guitar.
        
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