Americana • 31m
As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Lucinda Williams about her new album, Good Souls, Better Angels.
After more than forty years of music making, the pioneering, Louisiana-born artist, Lucinda Williams, has returned to the gritty blues foundation that first inspired her as a young singer-songwriter in the late 1970s. Reuniting with acclaimed Producer & Engineer Ray Kennedy, Good Souls, Better Angels is the most topical album of Williams’ career. The dangerous world we live in, the constant barrage of a frightening news cycle, depression, domestic abuse, a man without a soul – and, yeah, the devil – figure prominently among its twelve tracks.
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