Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Womanly Hips
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,

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Joan Osborne Trouble And Strife 180g LP

Joan Osborne

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Tenth Studio Album On 180g Vinyl LP!

Acclaimed singer/songwriter Joan Osborne is back with Trouble And Strife, her first album of original material in six years. Osborne self-produced the new collection and penned all ten songs, with two co-writes. Trouble And Strife finds the gifted vocalist offering a strong yet uplifting response to some of the socio-political issues plaguing her nation over the last several years. Osborne beautifully balances the weight of her messages with solace and optimism.

The album opens with the inspiring "Take It Anyway That I Can Get", a soulful calling to brazenly live life to the fullest. "Hands Off" is a visceral reaction to unchecked corruption, while on "That Was A Lie" Osborne takes on the acceptance of misinformation and how it has been weaponized and normalized. Driven by an infectious 1970's synth riff, "Never Get Tired (Of Loving You)" features a heartfelt message of reassurance for her teenaged daughter during unstable times. Osborne offers a comforting song of hope on the beautiful lullaby, "Whole Wide World" as she sings, "We could see the whole wide world from here, Lookin' past the sorrow and the tears, Let me take you to that better place, Let me put that smile back on your face."

On one of the album's most important songs, "What's That You Say", Osborne focuses on immigration and the plight of Ana Marie Rea. Rea spoke in-depth with Osborne about the difficulties she and her family faced when coming to America from Mexico seeking asylum, and the challenges since. Rea's words can be heard throughout the powerful song, spoken in her native tongue.

Throughout her 25-year, multi-Grammy nominated career, Joan Osborne has never been an artist confined to one space. She has utilized her incredible voice through her own songs while also becoming one of her generation's finest interpreters. Osborne has shared the stage with artists ranging from Stevie Wonder and Mavis Staples to Bob Dylan and Lucinda Williams and she continues to seamlessly blend into any genre. On Trouble And Strife, her tenth studio album, the need for her voice and words has never been stronger.

[Nels] Cline brings more lightning on the finale, the R&B rockfest 'Panama,' where Osborne ponders blowing town for a land less crazy than what she sees around her at this moment. She's all about survival, with dancing and romancing to buoy her forward.
-Dan Ouellette, Stereophile, November 2020

Features

  • 180g Vinyl
  • First album of original songs in 6 years

Selections

Side One:

  1. Take It Any Way I Can Get It
  2. What's That You Say
  3. Hands Off
  4. Never Get Tired (Of Loving You)
  5. Trouble And Strife

Side Two:

  1. Whole Wide World
  2. Meat And Potatoes
  3. Boy Dontcha Know
  4. That Was A Lie
  5. Panama

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