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Tuesday, May 05, 2020

Jonathan Wilson - "In Heaven Making Love" [Rock & Alternative]

In Heaven Making Love

"In Heaven Making Love" music video by Jonathan Wilson
Added: 05-05-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Jonathan Wilson - In Heaven Making Love (Official Video)

"In Heaven Making Love" is off of Jonathan Wilson's album, Dixie Blur, out now on Bella Union. Order Dixie Blur, including on deluxe 180 gram double vinyl:


Jonathan Wilson is a musical polymath. In addition to being a highly regarded songwriter and guitarist, he is a noted producer and guitarist. Deeply influenced by late-'60s West Coast psychedelia and the Laurel Canyon singer/songwriter scene of the '70s, he could easily be mistaken for a SoCal native (he's from North Carolina). 2013's Gentle Spirit, put Wilson on the map as a recording artist. Its spacy, trippy, production -- that some critics called "baked" -- combined with loosely constructed, languid songs, put him on the map. As a songwriter and sideman he's worked with Erykah Badu, Elvis Costello, Roger Waters (he directs the artist's touring band), and Jenny Lewis, to name a few. His 2013 offering Fanfare was steeped in psychedelia from both sides of the Atlantic. Among the album's studio participants were David Crosby, Graham Nash, Jackson Browne, Benmont Tench, and Mike Campbell. Wilson is also a notable producer: He helmed Roy Harper's lauded 2013 comeback Man & Myth, and appeared with the songwriter at his 70th birthday concert at London's Royal Albert Hall. In addition, Wilson has produced indie artists ranging from Dawes, Mia Doi Todd, and Conor Oberst to Father John Misty and the Manchester Orchestra. 2018's Rare Birds offered a dazzling array of sounds and production techniques in an entire album about heartbreak. Wilson used his record collection as inspiration in producing the album. The set took home Album of the Year awards in Rolling Stone, France and Blitz in Portugal, and brought him his first national television appearances in the U.S., on Conan and CBS Saturday Morning.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Jonathan Wilson