Linda Thompson Gathers Friends Together To Let You Know "My Mother Doesn't Know I'm On The Stage"
English folk singer Linda Thompson celebrates the classics with her new release "My Mother Doesn't Know I'm On The Stage." It was released on September 28th through Omnivore Recordings and features fellow artists Colin Firth, Martha Wainwright and Jools Holland just to name a few. The album features new renditions of songs that have graced the English Music Halls over the decades.
The new 14-track release begins with Linda Thompson having fun with the lyrics of "I Might Learn To Love Home Later On (Tra-La-La-La)," then Martha Wainwright lets her voice soar on the well-known "Beautiful Dreamer." The album continues with Colin Firth telling the story of "My Mother Doesn't Know I'm On The Stage," before Linda Thompson returns with her sweet vocals on "Good-Bye Dolly Gray." Fellow British folk artist, Teddy Thompson fits right in with the soft melody of "Here Am I Broken Hearted" and the waltz of "Burlington Bernie From Bow." The angelic voice of Cara Dillon delivers a graceful rendition of "The Lark In The Clear Air," before Teddy Thompson returns once again to close out the album with the acoustic ballad "Brother Can You Spare A Dime?" and then is joined by the entire cast for the short sing-along of "Show Me The Way To Go Home." To find out more about Linda Thompson's new release "My Mother Doesn't Know I'm On The Stage," please visit omnivorerecordings.com.