Universal publish ‘Childhood Home’ by Ellen & Ben Harper, a fully acoustic album (2014)
‘Childhood Home’ by Ellen & Ben Harper is a fully acoustic album released on May 6, 2014 by Universal / Prestige Folklore..
Track Listing : 1.A House Is A Home (Ben Harper) – 02:42 . 2.City Of Dreams (Ellen Harper) – 03:41 . 3.Born To Love You (Ben Harper) – 03:30 . 4.Heavyhearted World (Ben Harper) – 02:56 . 5.Farmer’S Daughter (Ellen Harper) – 03:14 . 6.Memories Of Gold (Ben Harper) – 03:47 . 7.Altar Of Love (Ellen Harper) – 03:20 . 8.Break Your Heart (Ellen Harper) – 03:40 . 9.Learn It All Again Tomorrow (Ben Harper) – 03:02 . 10.How Could We Not Believe (Ben Harper) – 03:46
Musicians : Ben Harper – Autoharp, Dulcimer, Guitar, Slide Guitar, Vocals . Ellen Harper – Banjo, Guitar, Vocals . Jesse Ingalls – Bass (Upright), Keyboards . Jason Mozersky – Guitar . Jimmy Paxson – Drums
Production : Produced By Ben Harper, Jason Mozersky, Jimmy Paxson, Jesse Ingalls, Ethan Allen . Gavin Lurssen – Mastering . Ethan Allen – Engineer, Mixing,
Package : Trifon Trifonopolous – Photography . Daniel Voll – Cover Photo . Eric Hendrikx – Back Cover Photo . Tom Dolan – Art Direction
Recorded 2013 -2014.
Released On May 6, 2014 By Universal / Prestige Folklore.
(Source ‘Childhood Home’ by Ellen & Ben Harper | Official Website)
Ben’s grandparents established The Folk Music Center and Museum in Claremont, California, where the musician would spend many afternoons around countless instruments and up-and-coming artists like Taj Mahal, Ry Cooder and David Lindley. […]
Ben Harper and Ellen Harper: 21 April 2014 – New York My favorite moment was when Ellen picked up a banjo for “Farmer’s Daughter”, which I presumed would be another homely tale, but turned out to be a powerful, political rally cry against Monsanto, Dupont and Dow Chemical for genetically modifying and patenting our basic sustenance and against banks for stealing the metaphoric farm through foreclosure. […]
The ghostly, holistic gospel in his closer, “How Could We Not Believe,” is a hymn of beauty and resolve, with the pair’s voices blending perfectly amid strummed autoharp, dulcimer, and guitars. Childhood Home is, in essence, timeless. It brims with quiet conviction about the blood and spiritual ties that bind, an indestructible place in the heart, and offers proof that folk music can indeed be “soul” music. […]
‘Childhood Home’ by Ellen & Ben Harper
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