Thursday, May 16, 2019

Joy Williams - Front Porch 2019 ( Free Download )

Joy Williams - Front Porch 2019
Joy Williams - Front Porch 2019
When Joy Williams sat down to work on material for her new album, she had a bit of an epiphany. “I remember saying, whatever this project is, if I can’t play it on a front porch, it’s probably not for me,” Williams told Rolling Stone this past April. With the assistance of producer Kenneth Pattengale of the Milk Carton Kids and engineer Matt Ross-Spang, Williams made an album, aptly titled Front Porch (due May 3rd on Sensibility/Thirty Tigers), that could be just that — music carried by primarily acoustic instruments and her ethereal, uniquely expressive voice, with nary a drum in sight. On Thursday, Williams released the title track, a song about how time can pass and people can drift and change, but you can always come back home.

Williams wrote “Front Porch” alongside Liz Rose and Emily Shackelton, and it was Rose’s urging that made the Nashville-based singer-songwriter consider spelling out the front porch experience so explicitly. “They are epic songwriters,” Williams said. “And Liz [Rose] asked me, ‘tell me you have a song called ‘Front Porch?’ When I told her no, she said, ‘how many times have you said this about the front porch, and no one has picked up on writing a song called ‘Front Porch?'”

Pregnant at the time with her second child, Williams and Rose came up with “Front Porch,” a song that traces several steps of Williams’ own homecoming: back to Nashville after living in Los Angeles for a stint, and to simple acoustic music after venturing into textural pop on 2015’s Venus. “There are no wrong roads,” she sings alongside some graceful fingerpicking on the guitar.

File Information:
Artist: Joy Williams
Album: Front Porch
Released: 2019
Style: Indie Folk
Format: MP3 320Kbps
Size: 103 Mb
Track: 12 Songs
02.Front Porch
03.When Does a Heart Move On
04.All I Need
05.The Trouble With Wanting
06.No Place Like You
07.One and Only
08.When Creation Was Young
09.Preacher’s Daughter
10.Hotel St. Cecilia
11.Be With You
12.Look How Far We’ve Come