With a list of credits from Kesha, Dolly Parton and Deer Tick, Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town, pedal steel savant Spencer Cullum is one of Nashvilleís most in-demand session cats. Thatís in addition to making up half of the space-country duo Steelism. Clearly heís had little trouble fitting in since moving from his native London to Music City. Now, with a debut solo album that pays homage to the í60s and Ď70s psych-pop, folk and proto prog heroes of his homeland, this Nashville sidemanís stepping out from the shadows into the spotlight. Along with a supporting cast of guitarist Sean Thompson and multi-instrumentalist Luke Reynolds, as well as singing and writing partners like Caitlin Rose, Andrew Combs and Erin Rae ó heís bringing a bit of Britain to TN.

With a list of credits from Kesha, Dolly Parton and Deer Tick, Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town, pedal steel savant Spencer Cullum is one of Nashvilleís most in-demand session cats. Thatís in addition to making up half of the space-country duo Steelism. Clearly heís had little trouble fitting in since moving from his native London to Music City. Now, with a debut solo album that pays homage to the í60s and Ď70s psych-pop, folk and proto prog heroes of his homeland, this Nashville sidemanís stepping out from the shadows into the spotlight. Along with a supporting cast of guitarist Sean Thompson and multi-instrumentalist Luke Reynolds, as well as singing and writing partners like Caitlin Rose, Andrew Combs and Erin Rae ó heís bringing a bit of Britain to TN.

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Spencer Cullumís Coin Collection [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition Green LP]
Artist: Spencer Cullum
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Jack of Fools
2. To Be Blinkered
3. Tombre en Morceaux
4. Imminent Shadow
5. Seaside
6. Dieterich Buxtehude
7. The Dusty Floor
8. My Protector
9. The Tree

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With a list of credits from Kesha, Dolly Parton and Deer Tick, Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town, pedal steel savant Spencer Cullum is one of Nashvilleís most in-demand session cats. Thatís in addition to making up half of the space-country duo Steelism. Clearly heís had little trouble fitting in since moving from his native London to Music City. Now, with a debut solo album that pays homage to the í60s and Ď70s psych-pop, folk and proto prog heroes of his homeland, this Nashville sidemanís stepping out from the shadows into the spotlight. Along with a supporting cast of guitarist Sean Thompson and multi-instrumentalist Luke Reynolds, as well as singing and writing partners like Caitlin Rose, Andrew Combs and Erin Rae ó heís bringing a bit of Britain to TN.