Glen Hansard - Between Two Shores

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Marking his third solo album, singer-songwriter Glen Hansard's latest release Between Two Shores is available now on Anti-. Following up 2015's Grammy-nominated Didn't He Ramble, and his 2012 solo debut Rhythm and Repose, the 10 track collection was produced by Hansard himself for the first time. The culmination of more than six years of writing and recording, Between Two Shores came together in only a matter of weeks.

Between Two Shores features material captured in France, New York and Chicago, with a revolving cast of musicians. In addition to drummer extraordinaire Brian Blade the record also features Thomas Bartlett, Brad Albetta and Rob Moose who ap-peared on much of Rhythm and Repose. However it's Glen's touring band — Joseph Doyle, Rob Bochnik, Graham Hopkins, Justin Carroll, Michael Buckley, Ronan Dooney and Curtis Fowlkes — that feature most prominently and take center stage on tracks like the upbeat E Street shuffle of "Roll On Slow" and the Van-tastic "Why Woman."

The album's title comes from Hansards ongoing love of sailing and the sea. When one is equal distance between their starting point and their destination they are in essence "between two shores." A less than ideal time to wonder whether you should turn back or continue on, but a thought that inevitably rears its head.

With Between Two Shores Hansard has managed to capture that feeling of the big soulful sound of his large touring band while still retaining the intimate introspective nature of his acoustic shows.


Side 1
01 Roll On Slow
02 Why Woman
03 Wheels on Fire
04 Wreckless Heart
05 Movin' On

Side 2
01 Setting Forth
02 Lucky Man
03 One Of Us Must Lose
04 Your Heart's Not In It
05 Time Will Be The Healer

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