Adams plans iTunes release
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
– Ryan Adams will release an iTunes Session on April 24. The set captures eight solo performances by Adams that were recorded at the Capitol Studios in Hollywood. The track listing features a mix of Adams classics from his 2000 solo debut "Heartbreaker," the Whiskeytown era Houses On The Hill
and songs from his new album "Ashes & Fire," including Lucky Now.
The session also includes a cover of Bob Mould's Black Sheets of Rain, which Adams performed at a Mould tribute concert in Los Angeles.
Songs on the disc are:
1. Dirty Rain
2. Oh My Sweet Carolina
3. Lucky Now
4. Houses on The Hill
5. Black Sheets of Rain
6. Chains of Love
7. Ashes and Fire
8. My Winding Wheel
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