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The Ringmaster General


Download links and information about The Ringmaster General by Dave Stewart. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 50:40 minutes.

Artist: Dave Stewart
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 11
Duration: 50:40
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No. Title Length
1. I Got Love (featuring Joss Stone) 4:48
2. Just Another Fall (featuring Diane Birch) 4:09
3. A Different Man Now 4:16
4. Drowning in the Blues (featuring Alison Krauss) 3:47
5. Girl in a Catsuit (featuring Orianthi) 5:20
6. Slow Motion Addict No. 2 5:55
7. You Took My Love 5:39
8. God Only Knows You Now (featuring Jessie Baylin) 4:17
9. The Ringmaster General 6:01
10. Story of Success 2:59
11. A New Song for Nashville 3:29



Dave Stewart is best known as the other half of Annie Lennox's Eurythmics. At the onset of MTV and the video age, Stewart wasn't as photogenic as his artistic foil. He still knows this, so he enlists the help of Diane Birch, Alison Krauss and Joss Stone to give his music a recognizable voice. Stewart himself sings in a low rumble that's powerful but too dark for commercial outlets and this solo album is clearly meant to reach a wide audience. The production is top notch and played and arranged so tightly that you can hear why others have required his services for decades. Like its predecessor, 2011's The Blackbird Diaries, The Ringmaster General was written and recorded in five days at his Blackbird Studios in Nashville, with a solid band of pros backing his every step. Joss Stone tears up "I Got Love." Diane Birch toys with Stewart on "Just Another Fall" and Alison Krauss adds her solemn harmonies to "Drowning In the Blues." Stewart handles himself well alone on "A Different Man Now" and with a group of backing vocalists on his celebration of his new home, "A New Song For Nashville."