Clark expands upon "Your Life is a Record"
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Clark expands upon "Your Life is a Record"

Friday, March 5, 2021 – The new deluxe version of Brandy Clark's GRAMMY-nominated album, "Your Life is a Record," is out today on Warner Records. The album was released one year ago, and the expanded version contains six additional songs. Among them is a new version of "Remember Me Beautiful," which Clark wrote late last year for NPR's Morning Edition Song Project. The deluxe album also includes collaborations with Lindsey Buckingham ("The Past is the Past") and Brandi Carlile ("Like Mine" and "Same Devil") plus live renditions of two album tracks: "Pawn Shop" and "Who You Thought I Was."

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CD review - Your Life is a Record Whenever Brandy Clark's "Your Life is a Record" is described as the work of a smart, female singer/songwriter - an inevitable characterization - you may immediately picture 11 sophisticated pop songs. And make no mistake about it; this music is sophisticated - sophisticated enough, in fact, to attract pop songwriter extraordinaire Randy Newman for a duet on "Bigger Boat." Surprisingly, though, much of the music contained within is also more organic than one might have ...
CD review - Big Day in a Small Town There are two components to Brandy Clark. First is her songwriting, which gained her much street cred, penning songs for the likes of Miranda Lambert ("Mama's Broken Heart" with Kacey Musgraves and Shane McAnally), The Band Perry ("Better Dig Two"), Keith Urban, Reba McEntire and a slew for Musgraves and Jennifer Nettles. And then there's her own artistic career with her major label debut finally coming close to three years after her extremely well-received (with ...
CD review - 12 Stories Songwriter Brandy Clark moved to Nashville from Washington more than 15 years ago, penning songs recorded by The Band Perry (Better Dig Two), Miranda Lambert (Mama's Broken Heart), Kacey Musgraves (Follow Your Arrow) and Sheryl Crow (Homecoming Queen). On her debut, Clark weaves her crystal voice around her sparse, emotional lyrics, creating a colorful quilt of stories that cover the lives of people trying to deal with loneliness, lost love, loss and cope with the vagaries daily life. ...


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