Tom Brosseau’s new album, Treasures Untold, is available now in glorious 33 1/3 RPM, 180-gram clear vinyl. Made in the U.S.A. at the Erika Record plant, Buena Park, Calif. Indeed a very special, limited edition release featuring 10 songs – 4 TB originals and 6 from the great American folk songbook. We’d love for you to own a copy. All orders promptly shipped with a smile.
“In Brosseau’s hands, American songs, for all their inherent grittiness, flutter and float, and some essential element is laid bare. We hear in Rodgers’ songs some traces of juke joint blues, or Cajun ballads, or corridos. The story of our music is complex, but for a moment, in Brosseau’s hands, we see a few of its strands, and the connections seem simple and graceful” Chris Kissel – L.A. Record
“There is something so, incredibly pure about Tom Brosseau’s voice. An airy, light quality that is…its…it just makes me smile. He has a distinct ability to capture you, the whole you, and pause you in time with his striking vocals and plaintive, wistful guitar style” Brian Carroll – Red Line Roots
“A character in a Tom Brosseau song doesn’t just cry — he wipes his eyes with his tie. Such details magnify the beauty in Brosseau’s precise performing style” Steven Wine – Associated Press
“You may forget the singer/But don’t forget this song,” Brosseau sings on A.P. Carter’s “Don’t Forget This Song.” But you couldn’t forget this singer if you tried. Brosseau’s voice is something to behold, and this quiet, live setting is well-suited to it.” – Glide Magazine