Elvis Costello Readies New Album For June

15 tracks recorded with T-Bone Burnett in Nashville

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Elvis Costello has recorded a new album ‘Secret, Profane & Sugarcane’ with legendary producer T Bone Burnett, which will be ready for release on June 1.

Recorded at Nashville’s Sound Emporium Studio in just 3 days, the bluegrass musicians who helped Costello include Jerry Douglas (dobro), Stuart Duncan (fiddle), Mike Compton (mandolin), Jeff Taylor (accordion) and Dennis Crouch (double bass).

‘Secret, Profane & Sugarcane’ features ten previously unrecorded songs, plus two songs were co-writes with Burnett; “Sulphur to Sugarcane” and “The Crooked Line”.

Two songs originally written for Johnny Cash “Hidden Shame” and “Boom Chicka Boom” have also been revisted, this time with a string band.

Costello is about to announce some North America live dates in June and August, stay tuned to uncut.co.uk for info soon.

The ‘Secret, Profane & Sugarcane’ track list is:

1. Down Among the Wine and Spirits
2. Complicated Shadows
3. I Felt the Chill
4. My All Time Doll
5. Hidden Shame
6. She Handed Me a Mirror
7. I Dreamed of My Old Lover
8. How Deep is the Red
9. She Was No Good
10. Sulfur to Sugarcane
11. Red Cotton
12. The Crooked Line
13. Changing Partners

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