Join us for a Doubleheader Live from World Cafe Live Concert this week, with Jonathan Wilson and
Spanish Gold Friday at Noon. To capture the sweeping, cinematic landscapes of Southern California on 2013's Fanfare, Wilson brought a few Laurel Canyon stalwarts into the studio including David Crosby, Graham Nash and Jackson Browne. The result is an album that picks up where 2011's Gentle Wind left off, with Wilson's hushed vocals and intricate arrangements delving into deep jams on many of the 5:00-plus tracks. However, much Fanfare's artistry is rooted in an affinity for Pink Floyd this time around, lending itself to extended moments of instrumental exploration when played live. In addition to recording his own material Wilson is an active producer, most recently working on Conor Oberst's Upside Down Mountain and previously with Roy Harper, Father John Misty and Dawes.
Recent Release: Fanfare
Release Date: October 15, 2013