Mark Knopfler - Tracker album FLAC
Tracker is the eighth solo studio album by the British singer-songwriter and guitarist Mark Knopfler, released on 16 March 2015 (17 March 2015 in North America). Tracker was released on CD, double vinyl, deluxe CD with four bonus tracks, and a box set with the album on both CD and vinyl formats and a bonus CD with six extra tracks and a DVD with a short film directed by Henrik Hansen and an interview with Knopfler.
All guitars: Mark Knopfler All keyboards: Guy Fletcher Fiddle and cittern: John McCusker Whistle and wooden flute: Mike McGoldrick Upright and electric bass: Glenn Worf Drums: Ian Thomas. Guest vocals on tracks 2, 4, 7, 11 and 13: Ruth Moody Saxophones on 3 and 11: Nigel Hitchcock Trumpet on 11: Tom Walsh Fiddle on 1 and 5, acc rhythm guitar on 8 and banjo on 12: Bruce Molsky Accordion on 1, 5, and 8: Phil Cunningham Tenor guitar on 1 and 8: Mike McGoldrick Bass on 3 and 6 and ukulele.
Mark Knopfler will release his eighth solo album on March 16th 2015 on Universal. Entitled ‘Tracker’ it features 11 new Knopfler songs inspired by a wide range of subjects including Beryl Bainbridge and Basil Bunting. The songs contain Mark’s usual wryly but accurately observed vignettes of real life wrapped up in a musical accompaniment of distinctive subtlety. As always, Knopfler allows the musicians space in the recordings to put their own stamp on the material but never interfering in the essence of the song itself
That is a guitar with a lot of history. On his solo album Tracker which is released in 2015, it has many Knopfler’s nostalgic segments from life. From beginning to the end within the walls of British Grove Studio, which Mark built more than 10 years ago as a monument to past and future technology, collection of vintage cars which he drives and exhibits, his studio is his passion. He said that he is there only when he has something to record. And he should be there more time. The journey through 11 songs of the album Tracker, encompasses points of Knopfler’s life.
Tracker (2xLP, Album). British Grove Records. Tracker (CD, Album). British Grove Records, Verve Records. Tracker (CD, Album, Dlx).
Mark Knopfler Hopes To 'Get Lucky' With New Album, Tour. Asked how large of a backlog he's sitting on, Knopfler counts up a list of "about 55" but says that "they won't all be songs, I promise you. I would think that a really good bunch of those will fall by the wayside. I can't think there'll be more than two or three decent songs in all of that. It's really hard to know, but I'd say most of them aren't going to make it across no man's land