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Glen Hansard
A Season On the Line EP (19 February 2016)

Glen Hansard — A Season On the Line EP (19 February 2016)

  Glen Hansard — A Season On the Line EP (19 February 2016)
»   “DIDN’T HE RAMBLE” NOMINATED FOR BEST FOLK ALBUM AT 2016 GRAMMY AWARDSBorn: 21 April 1970 in Dublin, Ireland
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Album release: 19 February 2016
Record Label: Plateau Records /Anti
Duration:     17:45
Tracks:
1. Didn’t He Ramble     4:52
2. Way Back in the Way Back When     4:02
3. Let Me In     3:47
4. Return     5:04
℗ 2016 Plateau Records Ltd., under exclusive license to AntiNotes:
»   Recorded at Chicago’s Electrical Audio Studios on a day off between shows and featuring his touring band, “Didn’t He Ramble” and “Way Back in the Way Back When” bristle with all the energy that made them staples of the live show. A Season on the Line is rounded out by the tracks “Let Me In” and “Return,” both of which are from the intimate recording sessions forDidn’t He Ramble.
»   Hansard will continue to tour worldwide in support of the new music, including European dates next month. See below for details.
»   Hansard is the celebrated principal songwriter and vocalist/guitarist for the influential Irish group The Frames. Whether busking the streets of Dublin, where he got his start, or headlining a gig, Hansard has garnered a reputation as an unparalleled frontman. Hansard is also one half of the acclaimed duo The Swell Season. In 2007, he and Czech songstress Markéta Irglová took home the Academy Award for Best Original Song for “Falling Slowly” off the Once soundtrack. In 2013, the Broadway adaptation, Once, The Musical, won eight Tony Awards including the top musical prize itself. His debut solo album Rhythm & Repose was released in 2012.Review
By Matthew McKean, Published Feb 17, 2016 / Score: 8
»   Glen Hansard’s last record, 2015’s Didn’t He Ramble, was so good there wasn’t enough space on it for the title track.
»   On his new four–song EP, A Season on the Line, Hansard wastes no time getting to the title track of last year’s album. Recorded on an off day between shows, “Didn’t He Ramble” is an electric, full–band track with widescreen ambition, while “Way Back in the Way Back When” is a spaghetti–western vehicle for the Irish troubadour’s familiar yowl.
»   Acoustic tracks “Let Me In” and “Return” were recorded during the Didn’t He Ramble sessions, and it shows. The confidence and bravado of the first half of the EP gives way in the second half to the prettiness and intimacy that defined the sound of its deeply felt predecessor. “If you’re gone / Let me know / So I can fall apart,” croons Hansard before listing off a series of heartbreaking questions to someone I sincerely hope is coming back.
»   There are only four songs here, but A Season on the Line feels like more.
»   http://exclaim.ca/Tour: (excerpt)
»   06 March — Brno (CZ) — Sono Centrum
»   07 March — Bratislava (SK) — Stara Trznica
»   12 March — Prague (CZ) — Archa
»   13 March — Prague (CZ) — Archa
»   08 July — Klam (AT) — Harvest Of Art Festival
»   09 July — Vienna (AT) — Harvest Of Art Festival
Website: http://glenhansardmusic.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/glenhansard/
Blues Magazine: http://www.bluesmagazine.nl/glen-hansard-a-season-on-the-line/                       © Glen Hansard live at Vicar Street, 2015 12 22 Credit: Paul Bowman
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Glen Hansard
A Season On the Line EP (19 February 2016)

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