Americana • 25m
As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs At Home series, moderator Scott Goldman talks with Americana singer-songwriter James McMurtry about the release of his new album, The Horses and the Hounds, his first full-length studio album in seven years. In James McMurtry’s new album, the acclaimed songwriter backs personal narratives with effortless elegance (“Canola Fields”) and endless energy (“If It Don’t Bleed”). The collection spotlights a seasoned tunesmith in peak form as he turns toward reflection (“Vaquero”) and revelation (closer “Blackberry Winter”).
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