The River and The Thread
Alabama Chanin friend and inspiration, Rosanne Cash, explores her connection to the South and the region’s physical, musical, and emotional landscape in her newest record, The River and The Thread. The album covers sweeping territory and has a full, rich sound. You can hear influences of Southern gospel, country, Appalachian, rock, and Delta blues throughout. “If I never make another album I will be content, because I made this one,” Rosanne says. But, we know that she is always in search of another journey and another song. Get your copy today, and read more about Rosanne on our Journal.
Take Me to the Water
Take Me to the Water: Immersion Baptism in Vintage Music and Photography 1890 - 1950 includes one CD and a 96-page hardcover book, with photographs compiled by Jim Linderman and music compiled by Lance Ledbetter. Rare gospel and folk recordings of artists like Washington Phillips, the Carter Family and Tennessee Mountaineers, among others.
Being a Better Leader
Part 2 of Ari Weinzweig's series on the management principles from Zingerman's, A Lapsed Anarchist’s Approach to Being a Better Leader, includes secrets #19-29, and is designed to help entrepreneurs and small business owners lead better businesses.