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    Years

    Released April 10, 2020

    Legendary country artist John Anderson returns with his new album Years, to be released April 10 on Easy Eye Sound. Produced by Dan Auerbach and David “Fergie” Ferguson, the album includes ten new original songs, as well as special guest appearance by Blake Shelton on the track “Tuesday I’ll Be Gone.” Created in the midst of a serious health crisis, Years is the product of the unlikely and, ultimately, richly rewarding collaboration between Anderson with Auerbach, who wrote all ten songs on the album together along with help from Paul Overstreet, Pat McLaughlin, Ferguson, Dee White, Joe Allen, Bobby Wood and Larry Cordle.

    1. I'm Still Hangin' On
    2. Celebrate
    3. Years
    4. Tuesday I'll Be Gone
    5. What's a Man Got To Do
    6. Wild and Free
    7. Slow Down
    8. All We're Really Looking For
    9. Chasing Down a Dream
    10. You're Nearly Nothing

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    Singing For My Supper

    Released March 13, 2020

    Early James, an Alabama native and the latest signing to Dan Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound roster, releases his debut album, Singing for My Supper, via Easy Eye and Nonesuch Records on March 13, 2020. The album spans hard-charging blues, wistful folk, and ages-old pop crooning, anchored by the singer’s voice that oscillates from gravel-gruff shout to a honey-smooth whisper. James’ inspirations run from Fiona Apple and Tom Waits to the Southern gothic poets, as heard in the album’s darker themes and in the wry humor with which he writes about them.

    1. Blue Pill Blues
    2. Stockholm Syndrome
    3. Way of the Dinosaur
    4. Clockwork Town
    5. Easter Eggs
    6. It Doesn’t Matter Now
    7. High Horse
    8. All Down Hill
    9. Gone as a Ghost
    10. Dishes in the Dark

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    Cypress Grove

    Released October 18, 2019

    72-year-old bluesman Jimmy “Duck” Holmes’ new album, the Dan Auerbach produced Cypress Grove, captures the raw, explosive sound of real Mississippi Juke-Joint Blues today. Cypress Grove is an aural postcard of a typical Saturday night at Holmes’ Blue Front Café, America’s longest operating juke joint. The album is anchored by tradition — which is natural, since Holmes is the last of the original torchbearers of the rural style known as Bentonia blues—but it’s also explosive, raw, and unpredictably in the moment.

    1. Hard Times
    2. Cypress Grove
    3. Catfish Blues
    4. Goin’ Away Baby
    5. Rock Me
    6. Little Red Rooster
    7. Devil Got My Woman
    8. All Night Long
    9. Gonna Get Old Someday
    10. Train Train
    11. Two Women

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    Solid Gold Sounds

    Released October 11, 2019

    Over the past two decades, Kendell Marvel has become one of the great storied songwriters in Nashville. For years, he’s quietly written massive hits for Country royalty – from George Strait to Jake Owen, Gary Allan to Chris Stapleton – but now has stepped from behind the pen and paper into the studio and spotlight. The result is Solid Gold Sounds – a stellar album that weaves a rich tapestry of deep southern songwriting with the unique gravity and talent Marvel brings as a one-of-a-kind performer.

    1. Hard Time with the Truth
    2. Let It Go
    3. When It’s Good
    4. Blood in the Water
    5. I’ve Gotta Get a Message to You
    6. Cadillac’n
    7. If You Know What’s Good
    8. Musta Kept It for Himself
    9. Easy Rider
    10. Roots of My Raisin’

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    Vernon’s Diamond

    Released April 13, 2019

    Easy Eye Sound will release two previously lost and unreleased tracks from the archives of the legendary Link Wray. “Vernon’s Diamond” which was recorded between 1958-59 at the Broadway Recording Studio in NYC and “My Brother, My Son” recorded in 1970 at Fred Foster Studios in Nashville, TN, will be released as a 7-inch vinyl on Record Store Day 2019. All profits from sales of the 7-inch will benefit a planned Link Wray Statue in his home state of North Carolina.

    1. Vernon's Diamond
    2. My Brother, My Son

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    The Angels In Heaven Done Signed My Name

    Released March 8, 2019

    Leo Bud Welch, the deceased delta bluesman, spent his life honing his musical craft. The Mississippi native and 30-year lumberjack performed as a gospel singer in his small hometown for years before he made his first record when he was in his seventies. The influence of the region he called home, his years of musicianship, and his well-lived life blended together to create music that is as unique as he is. Produced by Dan Auerbach at Easy Eye Sound studios in Nashville, TN with performances by Richard Swift.

    1. I Know I Been Changed
    2. Jesus Is on The Mainline
    3. Don’t Let the Devil Ride
    4. I Come to Praise His Name
    5. Walk with Me Lord
    6. Right on Time
    7. I Want to Be At The Meeting
    8. I Wanna Die Easy
    9. Let It Shine
    10. Sweet Home

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    Southern Gentleman

    Released March 1, 2019

    Stripped free of pitch correction and studio trickery, Southern Gentleman is an honest portrayal of a 19 year-old natural. Dee White's songs are classics-in-the-making, inspired by traditional sounds but happily rooted in the 21st century. This isn't a throwback record. Instead, it's a contemporary, ageless album — one that packs just as strong a punch today as it would've 50 years ago.

    1. Wherever You Go
    2. Rose of Alabam
    3. Bucket of Bolts
    4. Crazy Man
    5. Tell the World I Do
    6. Ol' Muddy River
    7. Road That Goes Both Ways (feat. Ashley McBryde)
    8. Way Down
    9. Oh No
    10. Under Your Skin

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    Walk Through Fire

    Released February 22, 2019

    Walk Through Fire, the debut album from Yola, establishes her as the queen of country soul from the first note. The Dan Auerbach–produced album is a contemporary twist on a traditional sonic tapestry of orchestral strings, fiddle, steel, and shimmering tremolo guitars. Walk Through Fire is a career-defining and genre-bending release from one of the most exciting emerging British artists in music today. Yola's arresting vocals captivate with sincere tales of heartache and loves lost, forgotten, and broken.

    1. Faraway Look
    2. Shady Grove
    3. Ride out in the Country
    4. It Ain't Easier
    5. Walk Through Fire
    6. Rock Me Gently
    7. Love All Night (Work All Day)
    8. Deep Blue Dream
    9. Lonely the Night
    10. Still Gone
    11. Keep Me Here
    12. Love Is Light

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    Mockingbird

    Released November 9, 2018

    The Gibson Brothers—siblings Eric and Leigh Gibson—have already made over a dozen albums, but none quite like the new Dan Auerbach–produced Mockingbird. Their newest venture is an effortless blend of classic '70s-infused rock and timeless country, a modern twist on their traditional bluegrass sound, and harmonies that will keep you wishing for more.

    1. Travelin' Day
    2. Cool Drink Of Water
    3. Love The Land
    4. Sweet Lucinda
    5. Special One
    6. Lay Your Body Down
    7. So Much Love In My Baby's Eyes
    8. Come Down
    9. Everybody Hurt
    10. I'm A Better Man
    11. Not Gonna Be Tonight

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    Shannon In Nashville

    Released June 8, 2018

    Shannon Shaw, of Shannon & the Clams, establishes herself as the queen of smoky, blue-eyed soul with her '60s-inspired debut album, Shannon In Nashville, produced by Dan Auerbach.
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    1. Frames
    2. The Mirror
    3. Broke My Own
    4. Leather, Metal, Steel
    5. Freddies 'n Teddies
    6. Love I Can't Explain
    7. Cryin' My Eyes Out
    8. Goodbye Summer
    9. Cold Pillows
    10. Lord of Alaska
    11. I Might Consider
    12. Make Believe
    13. Coal on the Fire

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    Rod For Your Love

    Released March 2, 2018

    Sonny Smith from Sonny & The Sunsets returns with his most remarkable album to date with Rod for Your Love, produced by Dan Auerbach.

    1. Pictures of You
    2. Lost
    3. Adventures
    4. Slaves
    5. Live, Love and Be Free
    6. Rod for Your Love
    7. Burnin' Up
    8. Refugees
    9. More Bad Times
    10. Bores Me to Tears

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    Onion

    Released February 16, 2018

    The Oakland-based, indie garage punk quartet Shannon & the Clams, known for a diverse sound that incorporates elements of doo-wop, early rock & roll, classic R&B, garage psych, and surf rock as influences, released its fifth album, Onion, this time working with producer Dan Auerbach and Easy Eye Sound.

    1. The Boy
    2. It's Gonna Go Away
    3. Backstreets
    4. If You Could Know
    5. I Never Wanted Love
    6. Onion
    7. Did You Love Me
    8. Love Strike
    9. I Leave Again
    10. Tryin'
    11. Tell Me When You Leave
    12. Strange Wind
    13. Don't Close Your Eyes

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    Goin’ Platinum!

    Released October 8, 2017

    "Right from the first farking note, this s*** is dope!" —Taj Mahal

    "He's the greatest living soul singer as far as I'm concerned." –Dan Auerbach

    1. Get It While You Can
    2. Medicine Woman
    3. If You Forget My Love
    4. Three Jumpers
    5. Honey, Let Me Stay the Night
    6. You Don't Have to Do Right
    7. Complications
    8. Real Love Is Like Hard Time
    9. Empty Arms
    10. Holy Wine

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    Waiting On A Song

    Released June 2, 2017

    Waiting On A Song is Dan Auerbach’s much anticipated follow-up to 2009’s Keep It Hid.

    1. Waiting on a Song
    2. Malibu Man
    3. Livin' in Sin
    4. Shine on Me
    5. King of a One Horse Town
    6. Never in My Wildest Dreams
    7. Cherrybomb
    8. Stand by My Girl
    9. Undertow
    10. Show Me

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    Son Of Rumble

    Released April 13, 2017

    "It's time we give Link Wray a statue on the top of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame." — Dan Auerbach

    The legendary guitarist's never-released follow-up to "Rumble," the song that introduced the world to power chords and intentional distortion, will be released as a vinyl 7" b/w another never-heard track, "Whole Lotta Talking."

    1. Son of Rumble
    2. Whole Lotta Talking