Lilly Hiatt - Trinity Lane (2017) [Official Digital Download]

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Lilly Hiatt - Trinity Lane (2017) [Official Digital Download]

Lilly Hiatt - Trinity Lane (2017)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44,1 kHz | Time - 45:53 minutes | 541 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Lillian "Lilly" Alice Hiatt is an American, Nashville, Tennessee-based singer-songwriter. She is the daughter of singer-songwriter John Hiatt. "Trinity Lane", her third album to date, is an emotionally charged affair, a breakup record that captures all the ups and downs and in-betweens felt during that period, and just as Lilly Hiatt had to be in a certain head space to create it, you have to be in a certain mood to appreciate it.

Lilly Hiatt - Trinity Lane (2017) [Official Digital Download]

There are plenty of working songwriters who would be lost if they couldn't pen lyrics about alcohol or broken hearts. Lilly Hiatt isn't one of them, but both of those subjects pop up a lot on her third album, 2017's Trinity Lane. Hiatt had gone through a serious breakup and gave up drinking before she started writing the songs for this album, and these two struggles inform many of the songs on Trinity Lane (named for the street in East Nashville where she was living when she wrote the album). While Hiatt showed off her strength as both a songwriter and a vocalist on her first two albums, Trinity Lane is significantly more personal than anything she's released to date, and she's stepped up her game as she's bared her soul with these 12 songs. There's plenty of hard-won wisdom on this album, and if Hiatt sounds as if she's learned her lessons about her exes as well as the bottle, she doesn't have any illusions about her feelings about either. The bitterness of "Everything I Had" and the delusions of "Different, I Guess" feel as real and as honest as the more reasoned resignation of "The Night David Bowie Died." If the title tune celebrates the hard, good work of sobriety, "I Wanna Go Home" is a pained remembrance of the bad nights along the way. And "Imposter" is a striking look into Hiatt's sometimes troubled family relations. Michael Trent of Shovels & Rope produced Trinity Lane as well as handling many of the instrumental chores, and he gives the music a moody, atmospheric tone that serves the songs very well; Hiatt allows her natural country twang to step forth in her vocals, and it meshes beautifully with the confessional tone of her lyrics. Trinity Lane is honest, well-crafted, and hits an emotional bulls-eye: it's Lilly Hiatt's strongest and most moving work to date.


01 - All Kinds of People
02 - The Night David Bowie Died
03 - Trinity Lane
04 - Everything I Had
05 - I Wanna Go Home
06 - Imposter
07 - Records
08 - Different, I Guess
09 - Rotterdam
10 - Sucker
11 - So Much You Don't Know
12 - See Ya Later

Produced by Michael Trent.
Recorded by Andy Dixon at Studio Bees in Johns Island, SC.
Mastered by Dave McNair at Dave McNair Mastering in Winston-Salem, NC.

Lilly Hiatt - vocals, rhythm guitar
John Condit - lead guitar
Robert Hudson - bass
Allen Jones - drums
Michael Trent - keys, electric guitar, guitar solo on "3", autoharp, mandolin, tambourine, b-vocals, shaker and claps
Shovels & Rope - background vocals on "4"
Andy Dixon - lap steel on "6"
Josh Kaler - pedal steel on "8"

Analyzed: Lilly Hiatt / Trinity Lane

DR Peak RMS Duration Track
DR7 -0.18 dB -8.60 dB 2:40 01-All Kinds of People
DR7 -0.03 dB -8.45 dB 3:35 02-The Night David Bowie Died
DR6 -0.15 dB -7.86 dB 3:54 03-Trinity Lane
DR7 -0.22 dB -9.57 dB 4:17 04-Everything I Had
DR7 0.00 dB -8.40 dB 2:50 05-I Wanna Go Home
DR7 -0.48 dB -8.19 dB 4:21 06-Imposter
DR6 0.00 dB -7.59 dB 3:13 07-Records
DR7 -0.26 dB -10.73 dB 4:34 08-Different, I Guess
DR7 -0.17 dB -8.98 dB 4:29 09-Rotterdam
DR7 -0.05 dB -9.33 dB 4:15 10-Sucker
DR7 -0.50 dB -10.21 dB 4:20 11-So Much You Don't Know
DR7 -0.41 dB -9.52 dB 3:24 12-See Ya Later

Number of tracks: 12
Official DR value: DR7

Samplerate: 44100 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 24
Bitrate: 1479 kbps
Codec: FLAC

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