Music Review: Another Day, Another Time
As a fan of 60’s folk music, I was engulfed in meaningful songs written and performed by the best artists of that era, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Peter Paul and Mary to name a few.
Many of the tracks on 'Another Day, Another Time' have more than stood the test of time and some, of which have evolved to feature on this iconic live “one off” concert recorded in New York.
'Another Day, Another Time' features live performances by some of the greatest of our singer songwriter legends. Melded with them, a new breed of rising stars of folk and Americana artists.
The Huffington Post called 'Another Day, Another Time' "one of those only-in-New-York events," while Rolling Stone said it was "a bustling salute to the sounds and the idea of Sixties folk music."
The album was recorded at New York City’s Town Hall, celebrating the music of the Coen Brothers film 'Inside Llewyn Davis'.
I have had this album on replay since I downloaded it and have earmarked a number of new favourite artists such as The Secret Sisters, Lake Street Dive, The Milk Carton Kids, Rhiannon Giddens, and Punch Brothers who take the stage along side Hall of Famers Joan Baez and Elvis Costello, and established younger artists like Marcus Mumford, and Jack White - all sounding as if they were meant to perform together.
If you love folk, country and a sound from the past that sounds as fresh as today you will absolutely love this album.