Stand Up is the second studio album by the British rock band Jethro Tull, released in 1969.
Thanks, Clarence. My favorite Eagles album cover.
Away Is Mine, a posthumous solo album recorded by Gord Downie, frontman of Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip, is available today through Arts & Crafts. Recording sessions for the album started on July 17, 2017 in Downie’s native Canada at The Tragically Hip’s studio in Bath, Ontario. Downie died of brain cancer at the age of 53 on October 17 — three months to the day after the sessions started. The sessions saw Downie supported by the “Family Band” consisting of his son, Lou Downie on drums, The Sadies‘ Travis Good contributing fiddle, mandolin and guitar parts, as well as longtime studio overseer Dave “Billy Ray” Koster also playing drums. Guitarist Josh Finlayson, who co-wrote the 10 songs making up Away Is Mine, also performed on the album, which he helped complete. “This won’t be his last release, but these are the final 10 songs Gord sang before he passed away,” Gord’s brother Patrick Downie stated. “The last time he ever sang into a mic. That’s pretty special to us.”