Caitlin Rose Announces Reissue of Own Side Now for 10th Anniversary | Nashville Cream

If you’re lucky, you live long enough that your tastes change. But some things don’t really change that much, despite the passage of time and the shifts in perspective that come with it. Although she stepped out of the limelight several years ago and has yet to return, Caitlin Rose remains among the best songwriters in a city that has more than its fair share.

Recorded with Mark Nevers in the now demolished house where his Beech House Recording studio has resided for decades, Rose’s debut album in 2010 Clean side now – whose distinctive stylistic mix includes’ 60s and ’70s country,’ 70s confessional pop and more – was the culmination of many years of work. However, Clean side now was a historic effort by a constellation of young players who had just found their feet.

Listening, it’s a little mind-boggling that most of the people you hear on the album were in their early twenties. In songs like “Own Side Now,” “For the Rabbits,” and “Shanghai Cigarettes,” Rose traces complicated emotional territory with a sophisticated finesse and humor that many-year-old veteran songwriters still struggle to match. Unless you are familiar enough with your Fleetwood Mac catalog, you might not recognize “That’s Alright” as the cover.

Rose has announced a special 10th anniversary reissue of the disc, which rightly arrives a year late. The album won top honors in the SceneAnnual survey of critics of the best local albums in 2010, although it was not released in the United States until 2011.

“It was when I was at my most naive that no one doubted me and I could create something so temporal and honest,” Rose wrote in a statement. “Nashville has become something very different from what it was when I was 21 – which is probably true of most cities, and it’s striking to think that the house where this album was recorded is not. even no longer exists. I loved this city back then, and still love it, but I hope that when people listen to these songs again, they can feel that weird and uncertain magic that me and everyone involved in this project, that time , lived at that time.

The reissue, which has been remastered, is slated to hit digital and physical racks on October 1. The vinyl edition includes a 7 inch bonus featuring “Whatchoo”, a longtime track that appeared on Bandcamp last summer, and another unreleased track titled “Only Lies”. There are a whole bunch of goodies that come with the new physical version, including a lyric sheet and a holographic sticker. There are bundles of t-shirts too – visit your favorite record store or check out this handy link for pre-order and pre-record options.

Below, check out a karaoke-style lyric video for Sarah Goldstein’s “Whatchoo”. Also listen to the remastered version of the raspy and groovy “Shanghai Cigarettes”. And for a nostalgic twist, check out the music video for this song, shot in the city.

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