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The Weatherman

by Gregory Alan Isakov

Gregory Alan Isakov's third album, a haunting & beautiful collection of 10 of the best songs you'll ever hear.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Amsterdam
3:19 $1.29
2. Saint Valentine
3:24 $1.29
3. Second Chances
3:49 $1.29
4. Living Proof
4:18 $1.29
5. Time Will Tell
2:48 $1.29
6. O' City Lights
2:40 $1.29
7. Astronaut
2:09 $1.29
8. California Open Back
1:21 $1.29
9. The Universe
4:17 $1.29
10. Suitcase Full of Sparks
3:57 $1.29
11. Honey, It's Alright
3:11 $1.29
12. All Shades of Blue
3:34 $1.29
13. She Always Takes It Black
2:51 $1.29
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Album Notes
The Weatherman is Isakov’s third full-length official release and follows 2009’s This Empty Northern Hemisphere, which the Denver Post praised as “an artistic masterwork” and Paste Magazine described as “quietly lush” and “deeply vibrant.” In celebration of the release, Gregory will embark on a North American tour this spring/summer.

Recorded and mixed outside the quiet mountain town of Nederland, CO, the thirteen-song album was produced by Isakov along with Jamie Mefford. On making the record, Isakov notes, “I wanted to make something that felt genuine. We recorded everything with analogue gear and mixed it on tape, which gives the songs a raw and vulnerable feeling.” He goes on to add, “The idea of a weatherman is really powerful. There’s a guy on television or on the radio telling us the future, and nobody cares. It’s this daily mundane miracle, and I think the songs I chose are about noticing the beauty in normal, everyday life.”



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