Cumberland Island, the largest of the Sea Islands off the Atlantic coast of Georgia, is ruggedly romantic terrain, much like the album that bears its name, Neilson Hubbard's first collection of songs for 12 years.
Produced by Hubbard and Ben Glover, it features a roll call of leading Nashville session players, including Will Kimbrough, Joshua Britt, Eamon McLoughlin and Dean Marold, Cumberland Island has tracks which evoke the hushed intimacy and sagacious profundity of Tom Waits at his most restrained.
Not unlike a certain Bruce Springsteen, Hubbard writes with a cinematic eye when it comes to landscape, hardly surprising for someone who is an accomplished producer, photographer and filmmaker. Hubbard has produced albums for artists including Kim Richey, Glen Phillips, Ben Glover, Amy Speace and most notably Mary Gauthier, whose latest Neilson Hubbard produced album is nominated for the Album of the Year at this years Americana Music Association Awards.
He and fellow singer-songwriter Joshua Britt formed a production studio making videos and shooting stills for John Prine, Jason Isbell, Amanda Shires, Tommy Emmanuel, Rodney Crowell, The Blind Boys of Alabama and many more.
- Cumberland Island
- Save You
- My Heart Belongs To You
- Can't Look Away
- Don't Make Me Walk Through This World On My Own
- If The Sun Comes Up Tomorrow
- That Was Then
- How Much Longer Can We Bend
- Let It Bleed
- Oh Black River
- For My Love
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