This Is the New That


This Is the New That

Infobox Album
Name = This Is the New That
Type = Album
Longtype =
Artist = Jonathan Byrd



Released = March 21, 2007
Recorded = 2006
Genre = folk, folk-rock
singer-songwriter
Length =
Label = Waterbug Records
Producer =
Reviews =
*"Dirty Linen" (favorable) Chaisson, Bill, "Jonathan Byrd: "This Is the New That", "Dirty Linen", 131 (August-September 2007), p.79]
*"FolkWax" (9/10) Arthur Wood, "A Sonic and Literate Success" [Review] , "FolkWax", March 21, 2007 ( [http://www.visnat.com/entertainment/music/folkwax/mp3/album.cfm?aaa=zzz&reviewnumber=2171 link] requires free subscription)]
*"NetRythms" (favorable) [David Kidman, [http://www.netrhythms.co.uk/reviewsb.html#byrd "Review: Johnathan Byrd, "This Is The New That"] , NetRythms.co.uk, June 2007]
*"Rambles" (unfavorable) Michael Scott Cain, [http://www.rambles.net/byrd_this06.html "Review: Johnathan Byrd, "This Is The New That"] , Rambles.net, June 16, 2007]
*"Valley Advocate" (favorable) Rob Weir, "This Week's CD Reviews: Jonathan Byrd - "This is the New That", "Valley Advocate", February 22, 2007 ( [http://www.ctnow.com/custom/nmm/valleyadvocate/hce-vla-0222-va09cdshorts09.artfeb22,0,1639589.story link to article] )]
Last album = "The Sea and the Sky"
2004
This album = "This Is the New That"
2007
Next album = "Radio Soul"
2007

"This Is the New That" is the fourth album by American singer-songwriter Jonathan Byrd. It was officially released March 21, 2007, although online availability began in late December 2006. [http://www.jonathanbyrd.com/music.htm music page] at jonathanbyrd.com] While Byrd's earlier recordings have been in more of a traditional folk vein ranging at times from bluegrass to world music, this release places Byrd's song craft in somewhat more of a rock setting. According to Byrd, some of his diverse influences here include Bob Dylan, Anais Mitchell, The Beatles & Merle Haggard. [http://waterbug.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=25&products_id=393 "This Is The New That" page] at Waterbug Records]

Byrd is joined by a number of musicians. Collaborators from his previous disc, Rob McMaken and Andrew Reissiger of the Athens, Georgia-based world music duo, Dromedary join him again on this recording, however, this time they bring in amped up electric guitars rather than their usual assortment of exotic instruments. [http://www.dromedarymusic.com/Recordings/ThisIsTheNewThat.html "This Is The New That" page] at dromedarymusic.com]

Mastering of the CD was completed in early October 2006, [http://www.klotzaudio.com Bob Klotz Audio Productions] , announces mastering completed, Oct 2, 2006] and tracks from the disc began receiving its first U.S. airplay later that month. [http://destoria.bootp.duke.edu/djspace/plmanager/world/printplaylist.php?show_id=3399 "The Bull City Cosmic Hoedown" with Washboard Dave] , playlist, Tuesday, October 10, 2006] Also, the track, "The Cocaine Kid" received airplay in Europe as early as January, 2007.see January 25, 2007 playlist for Bob Harris Country ( [http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/shows/bobharriscountry/ link] ) on BBC2]

Track listing

# "The Cocaine Kid"
# "Colleen"
# "Jesus was a Bootlegger"
# "Hank"
# "Sexy Jessie"
# "Austin Women"
# "The Cold & Hungry Night"
# "Learn to Rock 'n' Roll"
# "Amelia, My Dream"
# "I Want You"
# "The Bishop & The Ghost of the Nazarene"
# "Jacks"

Credits

Musicians:
* Jonathan Byrd – guitar & vocals
* Rob McMaken – electric guitar & vocals
* Andrew Reissiger – electric guitar
* Jeff Reilly – drums
* Neal Fountain – bass & lap steel
* Will McFarlane – electric guitar
* Mary Moss – vocals

Production:
* Mastering – Bob Klotz Audio Productions, Port Matilda, Pennsylvania

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