Mark Knopfler on new Tommy Emmanuel CD

Mark Knopfler on new Tommy Emmanuel CD

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Accomplice One

Mark Knopfler is among the guest artists featured on Accomplice One – Tommy Emmanuel’s new album. Mark and Tommy perform together on a track written by Mark called ‘You Don’t Want To Get You One Of Those’.

The new album of duets is scheduled for release January 19th, 2018. Album features an impressive guest list that includes Jason Isbell, Mark Knopfler, Ricky Skaggs, Rodney Crowell, Jerry Douglas, Amanda Shires, David Grisman, Bryan Sutton, Jorma Kaukonen, Charlie Cushman, Pat Bergeson, Frank Vignola, Vinny Raniolo and the great Jack Pearson.

Tommy Emmanuel

“After 2 years of work it’s been such an honor to work with some of the greatest artists I know and some of the most inspiring people in music, today. I wanted to record an album of duets that could showcase my love of many styles, the challenge of rearranging some classic songs, and share the fun of total improvisation with players who do it on a level that we all marvel at. I also wanted the chance to sing with some of my favorite voices too”, said Tommy.

“For me, recording is the same as playing live in front of an audience. I sincerely hope you, the listener, will enjoy this album of real honest work brought to life by artists who reach for the stars and always bring something special to the music. Accomplice One was recorded and mixed by Brad Benge and mastered by Marc De Sisto. As the producer, I kept it real and kept it simple!”, added Emmanuel.

Accomplice One track list:

1.“Deep River Blues” – with Jason Isbell
2. “Song and Dance Man” – with Ricky Skaggs
3. “Saturday Night Shuffle” – with Jorma Kaukonen & Pat Bergeson
4. “Wheelin’ & Dealin” – with J.D. Simo & Charlie Cushman
5. “C-Jam Blues” – with David Grisman & Bryan Sutton
6. “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of The Bay” – with J.D. Simo
7. “Borderline” – with Amanda Shires
8. “You Don’t Want To Get You One Of Those” with Mark Knopfler
9. “Keepin’ It Reel” – with Clive Carrol
10. “Looking Forward To The Past” – with Rodney Crowell
11. “Purple Haze” – with Jerry Douglas
12. “Rachel’s Lullaby” – with Jake Shimabukuro
13. “Djangology” – with Frank Vignola & Vinny Raniolo
14. “Watson Blues” – with David Grisman & Bryan Sutton
15. “Tittle Tattle” – with Jack Pearson
16. “The Duke’s Message” – with Suzy Bogguss

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