The acclaimed solo debut album by Josh T. Pearson is being re-released as part of Mute's 40th anti-versary celebrations, MUTE...
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The acclaimed solo debut album by Josh T. Pearson is being re-released as part of Mute's 40th anti-versary celebrations, MUTE 4.0 (1978 > TOMORROW) on limited edition gold vinyl.
The album received phenomenal praise on release; Uncut called it “A stone cold masterpiece” while The Times declared it “Flawless”. Includes ‘Women, When I’ve Raised Hell’ and ’Sweetheart I Ain’t Your Christ’.
Josh T. Pearson's debut solo album is a collection of seven songs drawn from the lessons of what he describes as "a rough year"; songs that are personal, powerful, painful, songs that move with their honesty, that offer hope from the trials he's suffered and survived. The songs were recorded in a Berlin studio in two nights, freshly written and committed to tape after Josh saw how they affected audiences when he played them. It is the bravest album you'll hear in 2011.
Josh T. Pearson is a musician from Texas. His father was a 'fire and brimstone' style southern preacher and this strict religious upbringing has informed much of his musical output.
Josh formed the short-lived but critically acclaimed band Lift to Experience, who released one double album concept record, 2001's The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads, before splitting up soon after. So beloved by John Peel were they that he had them record three sessions in five months and were included in the Best Peel Sessions of all time. The album also regularly appears in MOJO and Uncut 'Best Of 2000s' and 'Lost Classic' polls.
Since Lift To Experience, Josh T. Pearson has released only one studio recording, I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry, a split 7" single with the Dirty Three and appearing on the Mercury Prize nominated Bat for Lashes album Fur and Gold.
The fact that Josh is still to release his debut solo record has only fuelled the rumours and the mystery that surrounds him.
1. Thou Art Loosed 2. Sweetheart I Ain't Your Christ 3. Woman, When I've Raised Hell 4. Honeymoon's Great! Wish You Were Her 5. Sorry With A Song 6. Country Dumb 7. Drive Her Out