Check out Spinner.com to hear the first track “Nothing But the Whole Wide World,” off Jakob Dylan’s sophomore release ‘Women and Country’
More from Spinner: “For his second solo album, ‘Women and Country,’ Jakob Dylan is getting help from a longtime friend, who just happens to be one of the hottest producers in the business — T-Bone Burnett. Though they worked together on the Wallflowers’ 1996 breakout album, ‘Bringing Down the Horse,’ the pair head in a country and folk direction on this album. Dylan’s maturity and versatility as a songwriter is apparent on the album track ‘Nothing But the Whole Wide World,’ which features Neko Case on backing vocals.
“I’ve known Jakob since he was a kid and have followed his evolution with great interest,” Burnett tells Spinner. “When he first sat down with a guitar and played me ‘Nothing But the Whole Wide World,’ it was clear that he had taken several steps forward in his songwriting — that he was writing folk music, which is another way of looking at popular music. I’m so happy to be collaborating with Jakob at this exciting and vital time in his life as an artist, and I think this new album is an important work from a great musician.””