We were approached over a year ago by our good friend Jim Sampas who was putting together an alt-country tribute to the Rolling Stones. It sounded like a fun project to get involved with, so we went in to our studio and worked up a version of Moonlight Mile and No Expectations. We gave Moonlight Mile to Jim for his project and then the whole thing kind of slipped away. Well, it has resurfaced and it is now available. There are a lot of old friends on the album like Over The Rhine, Lee Harvey Osmond and Mary Gauthier, Howe Gelb and many more. Check out Reimagine Music for more production and purchase details.
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You can only buy with I-tunes…booooooooo
If I had three wishes, I would use one of them to get the Cowboy Junkies to work up a version of Can’t You Hear Me Knocking.
Mike, you can buy it from Amazon also: http://www.amazon.com/Paint-Black-country-Tribute-Explicit/dp/B004WJNF5W