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In 1938, when she was 23, Sister Rosetta left her husband and moved to New York City along with her mother.
After relocating to New York, Sister Rosetta recorded for the first time and all four of her songs–“That’s All,” “The Lonesome Road,” “My Man,” and “Rock Me”–were instant hits.
In the meantime, she also signed a contract with Reminder for seven years and was managed by Mo Gayle.
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“We think it’s some of the strongest music we’ve ever done.
We really love the overall sound of the album and having Alex [Lifeson] play on it is just incredible.
In fact, she was shunned by many members of the gospel community while the critics paid her no greater compliment than she was “almost playing like a man.”Not much is known about Sister Rosetta’s childhood, but some researchers believe her father was a singer, as was her mother, Katie Harper, who was also a mandolin player.
Tharpe was born in 1915 as Rosether Atkins, and as a child, she accompanied her evangelist mother at COGIC–Church of God in Christ–where Katie Harper preached.
‘With ‘Always Ascending’ forget everything you think you know about Franz Ferdinand. The album’s ten songs are a triumphant recasting of one of everyone’s favourite groups, bursting with fresh ideas and vigorous sonic experimentation. Later, Wasser employed a varied cast of collaborators.
“What’s essential is the mood – paranoid, authoritarian, the way certain people are stigmatised.
It’s a theme in American life right now, and other so-called democracies.”Transangelic Exodus was mostly recorded – as all Furman’s records have been since 2011 – at his bandmate (saxophonist/producer) Tim Sandusky’s Ballistico Studios in Chicago, and with the other Visions – Jorgen Jorgensen (bass, and on this album, cello), Ben Joseph (keyboards, guitar) and Sam Durkes (drums/percussion).
Or, in the vernacular of the new album, on the run.“The narrative thread,” Furman declares, “is I’m in love with an angel, and a government is after us, and we have to leave home because angels are illegal, as is harbouring angels.
The term ‘transangelic’ refers to the fact people become angels because they grow wings. And it causes panic because some people think it’s contagious, or it should just be outlawed.” “The album still works without the back story, though,” he vouches.