2011 album from the veteran British singer, songwriter and producer. Be it his production work with The Damned, Elvis Costello, The Pretenders or his stone-classic solo albums Jesus of Cool or Labour of Lust, Nick has always set the standard for smart, switchblade-sharp pop music. His latest album The Old Magic continues Lowe's late-career evolution with arguably his best collection yet. Amidst urbanely insistent grooves ("Sensitive Man"), and spare-yet-imposing shuffles ("Checkout Time"), The Old Magic features three exceptional Lowe ballads - album opener "Stoplight Roses," "House for Sale" and "I Read A Lot." As is his custom, Lowe also peppers the album with three covers -- by Elvis Costello, Tom T. Hall and Jeff West -- that fit seamlessly with his originals. The Old Magic might be the album title equivalent of calling your shot, but for Nick Lowe it seems more a simple statement of fact.
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Music Genre Primary
Pop & Rock
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