Best known for his years spent as the lead singer for the Screaming Trees, Lanegan also collaborated with the Queens of the Stone Age on several of their albums and Soulsavers on their records “It’s Not How Far You Fall, It’s How You Land” and “Broken”. His latest projects include a collaboration with the honey-voiced Isobel Campbell, as well as a long anticipated collaboration with Greg Dulli called The Gutter Twins.
Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan form a unique combination of gruff vocals and dulcet voices. They have released three albums so far: Ballad of the Broken Seas, which received a nomination in the 2006 Mercury Awards, Sunday At Devil Dirt, which was released in May 2008. The album received US release in Fall 2008. And finally their third album Hawk was released in August 2010.
In November 2011, Lanegan released Blues Funeral on 4AD. It was recorded in Hollywood, California by Alain Johannes at his 11ad studio. The music was played by Johannes andJack Irons with appearances from Greg Dulli, Josh Homme et al.
The Winding Sheet (1990)
Whiskey For The Holy Ghost (1994)
Scraps At Midnight (1998)
I’ll Take Care Of You (1999)
Field Songs (2001)
Here Comes That Weird Chill (2003)
Ballad of the Broken Seas (with Isobel Campbell) (2006)
It’s Not How Far You Fall, It’s The Way You Land (Soulsavers) (2007)
Saturnalia (The Gutter Twins) (2008)
Sunday at Devil Dirt (with Isobel Campbell (2008)
Hawk (with Isobel Campbell (2010)
Blues Funeral (2011)
Edited by Anniekk on 6 Jan 2013, 12:20
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