Eric Burdon & The Greenhornes Unveil Two New Tracks

Animals man Eric Burdon has joined forces with Cincinnati’s The Greenhornes and producer Brendan Benson to record a new four-track EP. Two tracks are now available to hear online.

You’ll be able to get hold of the EP when it appears on glorious 180-gram vinyl on Record Store Day’s Black Friday (November 23) and via digital download on November 27.

You can listen to Out Of My Mind above and stream Black Dog via Rolling Stone.

Donnie & Joe Emerson - Dreamin’ Wild

Here’s an album that hasn’t been far from the MOJO stereo of late. Recorded in their family-built studio in a remote part of Washington State, Dreamin’ Wild was privately pressed in 1979. If you haven’t heard these hypnotic country-soul dream-pop grooves, then check them out above. To read the full, amazing story, we highly recommend picking up the new reissue from Light It The Attic.

Paul Weller - That Dangerous Age

Here’s the first taste of Paul Weller’s new studio album, Sonik Kicks. The Kinks/Blur shoo-wopping of That Dangerous Age is due for release on March 11 - one week before the LP.

Discussing the song on his site, Weller said: “There was an inference that I was going through a mid-life crises. Which I found really amusing: the clichéd notion of it. And that was the impetus for (the song) even though it isn’t really about that. It’s a bit tongue in cheek, too. I guess it’s also about how society views people of a certain age. For me, does it really matter what age you are? It’s what up there in your soul that matters.”

Sonik Kicks follows 2010’s Wake Up The Nation and will be reviewed in the next issue of MOJO.

The Shins - September

Here’s another track from The Shins’ forthcoming album, Port of Morrow.

September (premiered via Record Store Day) is also the B-side of first single, Simple Song - due for release next week.

Port of Morrow is out on March 20 and the band are set to begin their European/US tour three days later.

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MOJO Rising: Jodie Marie
Origin: Narberth, Pembrokeshire, UK

MOJO says: “Jodie began singing locally, developing her languid soulful style by sitting in with her father’s band. She inked a deal, aged 16, with manager Toby L at Transgressive and subsequently signed to Verve, honing her songwriting skills with Ed Harcourt and Bernard Butler. Her debut LP Mountain Echo is a languorous affair that places her in Carole King territory.”
Current Release: Single, I Got You, is out now. Debut album, Mountain Echo, is due for release on March 5.
Want more? Read MOJO’s interview with Jodie in the current issue of the magazine – out now.

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