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Paradise Outlaw was recorded in four days at Bon Iver mastermind Justin Vernon's April Base studio in Wisconsin with a supporting cast that includes Vernon, Amos Lee, Brown's troubadour father, Greg Brown and various members of an experimental group of players she calls the Sawdust Collective. Paradise Outlaw boasts some of Pieta's most emotionally resonant compositions, and some of her most expressive performances, to date.
Paradise Outlaw was recorded in four days at Bon Iver mastermind Justin Vernon's April Base studio in Wisconsin with a supporting cast that includes Vernon, Amos Lee, Brown's troubadour father, Greg Brown and various members of an experimental group of players she calls the Sawdust Collective. Paradise Outlaw boasts some of Pieta's most emotionally resonant compositions, and some of her most expressive performances, to date.
033651028024
Pieta Brown - Paradise Outlaw

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Format: CD
Label: RDH
Rel. Date: 09/30/2014
UPC: 033651028024

Paradise Outlaw
Artist: Pieta Brown
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Wondering How
2. Ricochet
3. Flowers Of Love
4. Do You Know?
5. No Not Me
6. Before Gas And Tv
7. All My Rain
8. Little Swainson
9. Painter’s Hands
10. Heading Home
11. Letter In Hand
12. Back To You
13. Receiver
14. Rise My Only Rose

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Paradise Outlaw was recorded in four days at Bon Iver mastermind Justin Vernon's April Base studio in Wisconsin with a supporting cast that includes Vernon, Amos Lee, Brown's troubadour father, Greg Brown and various members of an experimental group of players she calls the Sawdust Collective. Paradise Outlaw boasts some of Pieta's most emotionally resonant compositions, and some of her most expressive performances, to date.

Reviews:

Showcasing Brown's established strengths while staking out fresh new creative territory, Brown says of the songs, "On my last album, I was recording near Nashville with top-call studio musicians who I hadn't worked with before, and exploring the idea of craft and trying to hone in on more classic forms than I had previously." She adds, "Paradise Outlaw came from a radically different place. I was thinking a lot about freedom, experimentation, poetry, folk songs, bending forms and voices. I also wrote and delivered half the songs on the banjo, which was completely new for me. 

Paradise Outlaw features twelve originals by Brown plus a co-write and duet with soulster Amos Lee ("Do You Know") and a cover of Mark Knopfler's "Before Gas And TV." 

Brown continues, "Growing up around many musicians and artists, often living on the fringe, I have always felt most at home among them.  And that s where I made this recording. Surrounded by friends in an underground Mid-western goldmine."

        
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