Capps' The Lost Cause Minstrels is his fifth studio album and is the name of his new band of Gulf Coast musicians. He began recording the set while living in Nashville - he relocated there after a long stint in New Orleans that was brought to an end after Hurricane Katrina. Midway through, however, he decided to come home to his native Alabama. The music here reflects history, mystery, change, and a musical diversity whose roots lie in his home state, although given real breadth and depth in NOLA.
This article's lead section does not adequately summarize key points of its contents. Please discuss this issue on the article's talk page. on the soundtrack of the film A Love Song for Bobby Long, which was based on a novel written by Capps' father Capps released his first solo album, If You Knew My Mind, in 2005 on Hyena Records. His second solo album, Wail & Ride, was released in 2006 on the same label, followed by Rott & Roll in 2008
Grayson Capps' fifth studio album, The Lost Cause Minstrels, finds the Mobile, Alabama-based singer-songwriter coming of age. That doesn't mean his oft-unholy tales of the Southern Gothic have lost any of their sting. Quite the contrary, Capps' Tao-tinged philosophical musings wrapped inside songs shuddering with spit, stomp and snarl are as potent as ever. Capps also moved back to Alabama where he was born and raised in the midst of recording the album. He'd relocated to Nashville in 2007 after being driven from his New Orleans' home following Hurricane Katrina. He co-produced the effort with revered engineer/producer Trina Shoemaker (Queens of the Stone Age, Dylan Leblanc, Sheryl Crow). All of these factors coalesce into a collection of songs timeless in their pursuit of truth yet well aware of how hard the truth is to find in these times.
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Grayson Capps' fifth studio album, The Lost Cause Minstrels finds the Mobile, Alabama-based singer-songwriter coming of age. This doesn't mean, however, that h. .s oft-unholy tales of the Southern Gothic have lost any sting. Quite the contrary, Capps' Tao-tinged, philosophical deep inside songs shuddering with spit, stomp and snarl-are as potent as ever. In 2010, he dissolved his band The Stumpknockers, re-assembling a new cast of musicians, fittingly dubbed The Lost Cause Minstrels. The line-up features a who's who of the finest players on the Gulf Coast music scene, including Corky Hughes on guitars, Chris Spies on keys, Christian Grizzard on bass and John Milham on drums. In the middle of recording the album, Capps moved back to Alabama where he was born and raised.
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