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The New Ian Tyson: Better Than Ever

(First, a quick correction of Eastern Slope's review of this album... that concert at the Jubilee in Calgary in 2003 featured Guy Clark, Joe Ely, Lyle Lovett, and John Hiatt - not Steve Earle) Many things have remained remarkably consistent with Ian Tyson's music over the years, but nothing moreso than his voice. It has always be in perfect key and sweet-sounding. However, Ian damaged his vocal chords during a music festival a year or so ago, and caught a virus soon after that made the damage permanent. This album is the first to feature Ian's new vocal sound. It's still in prefect key, but now it's as tough and rugged-sounding as Ian's songs have always been. As a result, the new songs have a stronger emotional pull to them - and are even better for it. Sample the title track, "Blaino's Song", or "Love Never Comes At All" for a good taste.

Let me pile on....

Great collection of tunes from a man who's blessed us with so many. I like the 'new' voice - saw Ian in Red Deer this summer at Central Music Festival. He raises the bar for old folks, to be sure. 75 is the new 50, Ian, hope you've got a few more like this in you before you're off to join the redtails.

CANADIAN LEDGEND!!!

I don't know if I buy the story of Ian's voice change....maybe he's having problems with the aging factor....voices tend to change with age especially singing voices.... have you listened to Guy Clark, Billy Joe Shaver, John Prine...lately. However, Ian need NOT appologise to anyone for anything musical...he is undoubtedly the greatest Canadian Singer/songwriter of all time. I would buy his album if it were blank, just out of respect of his accomplishments. To me this album is a fine transition, to what I hope will be, a continuation of some of Tyson's wonderful poetry and song.

Biography

Born: September 25, 1933 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canad

Genre: Country

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Half of the early-'60s folk group Ian & Sylvia, Ian Tyson retreated from performing and recording after the duo disbanded in the mid-'70s to become a rancher in the foothills of southern Alberta, Canada. He quietly returned to music-making in the 1980s, releasing a series of albums that focused on detailed songs about the concerns of the working cowboy. Tyson was born in Victoria, British Columbia. As a child he was involved in rodeo, not music -- he didn't learn to play the guitar until he was recovering...
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