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Silver Tears

Aaron Lee Tasjan

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A road-tested guitarist who's played for bands such as New York Dolls and Drivin' n' Cryin', and a singer/songwriter with a decade's worth of EPs under his belt, Aaron Lee Tasjan was armed with honed skills and stories to tell by the time New West Records offered to release his second LP, Silver Tears. The album follows a self-released full-length by a year, which in turn followed his relocation from New York to East Nashville. Tasjan's command of traditional country, folk, blues, and all related rock hybrids seems well-suited for Music City; he blends elements of these genres with a distinctly '70s songwriting manner that can recall the likes of Harry Nilsson, Robbie Robertson, and Randy Newman, among others, on Silver Tears. In one of the more Newman-esque examples, the ragtime blues tune "12 Bar Blues" opens with spoken testimony à la "Alice's Restaurant" before sliding into a gently yodeling chorus with piano, bass, and acoustic guitar. The narrative tackles bars, booze, and the quest for decent companionship rather than the draft, and picks up horns and backing vocalists before deciding his hangout's "not that great, but it's ours." It's one of a majority of songs on the album that gives the impression of a find from a stack of corner vinyl in a musty record store rather than a creature of the digital era. A clear exception to that is lead single and album highlight "Little Movies," a sparkling studio creation that lays a wistful melody over layers of keyboards and warm jangle. ("All this pretending is just a little movie that we play.) Listeners may find that other tracks on the album conjure ghosts of Stealers Wheel or even Willie Nelson, at least at moments. With a nod to Eli Thomson (Everest, Father John Misty), who produced and mixed the album, and to Tasjan's handpicked backing band, Silver Tears is steeped in musical knowledge but delivered with a lighthearted touch and plenty of personality ("I'm worth at least a million and I barely have a dime"). As friend and musician BP Fallon remarks with affection in the album's liner notes, "Aaron could've been a Wilbury just fine." ~ Marcy Donelson

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1
Hard Life 00:02:45

Aaron Lee Tasjan, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Tasjan Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2016 New West Records, LLC 2016 New West Records, LLC

2
Little Movies 00:03:35

Aaron Lee Tasjan, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Tasjan Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2016 New West Records, LLC 2016 New West Records, LLC

3
Memphis Rain 00:03:39

Aaron Lee Tasjan, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Tasjan Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2016 New West Records, LLC 2016 New West Records, LLC

4
Dime 00:03:39

Aaron Lee Tasjan, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Tasjan Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2016 New West Records, LLC 2016 New West Records, LLC

5
Ready To Die 00:05:26

Aaron Lee Tasjan, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Tasjan Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2016 New West Records, LLC 2016 New West Records, LLC

6
Refugee Blues 00:03:55

Aaron Lee Tasjan, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Tasjan Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2016 New West Records, LLC 2016 New West Records, LLC

7
Till The Town Goes Dark 00:02:34

Frank Lenz, Composer - Aaron Lee Tasjan, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Tasjan Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - Frank Lenz Publishing Designee, MusicPublisher

2016 New West Records, LLC 2016 New West Records, LLC

8
On Your Side 00:04:03

Aaron Lee Tasjan, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Tasjan Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2016 New West Records, LLC 2016 New West Records, LLC

9
Success 00:04:21

Aaron Lee Tasjan, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Tasjan Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2016 New West Records, LLC 2016 New West Records, LLC

10
Out Of My Mind 00:03:20

Aaron Lee Tasjan, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Tasjan Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2016 New West Records, LLC 2016 New West Records, LLC

11
12 Bar Blues 00:05:04

Aaron Lee Tasjan, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Tasjan Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2016 New West Records, LLC 2016 New West Records, LLC

12
Where The Road Begins And Ends 00:04:41

Aaron Lee Tasjan, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Tasjan Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2016 New West Records, LLC 2016 New West Records, LLC

Descrizione dell'album

A road-tested guitarist who's played for bands such as New York Dolls and Drivin' n' Cryin', and a singer/songwriter with a decade's worth of EPs under his belt, Aaron Lee Tasjan was armed with honed skills and stories to tell by the time New West Records offered to release his second LP, Silver Tears. The album follows a self-released full-length by a year, which in turn followed his relocation from New York to East Nashville. Tasjan's command of traditional country, folk, blues, and all related rock hybrids seems well-suited for Music City; he blends elements of these genres with a distinctly '70s songwriting manner that can recall the likes of Harry Nilsson, Robbie Robertson, and Randy Newman, among others, on Silver Tears. In one of the more Newman-esque examples, the ragtime blues tune "12 Bar Blues" opens with spoken testimony à la "Alice's Restaurant" before sliding into a gently yodeling chorus with piano, bass, and acoustic guitar. The narrative tackles bars, booze, and the quest for decent companionship rather than the draft, and picks up horns and backing vocalists before deciding his hangout's "not that great, but it's ours." It's one of a majority of songs on the album that gives the impression of a find from a stack of corner vinyl in a musty record store rather than a creature of the digital era. A clear exception to that is lead single and album highlight "Little Movies," a sparkling studio creation that lays a wistful melody over layers of keyboards and warm jangle. ("All this pretending is just a little movie that we play.) Listeners may find that other tracks on the album conjure ghosts of Stealers Wheel or even Willie Nelson, at least at moments. With a nod to Eli Thomson (Everest, Father John Misty), who produced and mixed the album, and to Tasjan's handpicked backing band, Silver Tears is steeped in musical knowledge but delivered with a lighthearted touch and plenty of personality ("I'm worth at least a million and I barely have a dime"). As friend and musician BP Fallon remarks with affection in the album's liner notes, "Aaron could've been a Wilbury just fine." ~ Marcy Donelson

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