Re-Recordings by Brandi Carlile 'During These Quiet Days,' Acoustically, similar to 'In the Canyon Haze.'

 Re-Recordings by Brandi Carlile 'During These Quiet Days,' Acoustically, similar to 'In the Canyon Haze.'

Re-Recordings by Brandi Carlile 'During These Quiet Days,' Acoustically, similar to 'In the Canyon Haze.'

While the digital and CD versions will be available on September 28, the multi-color double-LP vinyl version will not be available until November 25, when it will be available only in independent stores — coinciding with the Black Friday edition of Record Store Day. The vinyl will go on sale the following Friday, December 2. Pre-order information can be found here.


Carlile is still touring in support of the original "In These Silent Days" album, with sold-out shows at Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheatre on September 9-10. The tour concludes on October 22 at New York's Madison Square Garden.


The singer-songwriter will also perform at the Americana Honors & Awards ceremony on September 14 in Nashville, where she is nominated for three awards.

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The new album follows the original album's running order exactly, with the exception of an acoustic cover of David Bowie's "Space Oddity," which she frequently performs in concert, tacked on at the end.


"I knew I wanted to offer our fans more than just the usual'bonus track,'" she said in a statement. "So, the twins (Phil and Tim Hanseroth) and I locked ourselves in my barn's attic studio, just like the old days... and reimagined our entire record."


Carlile said she "conjured up imagery from the infamous music scene in Laurel Canyon" while participating in "Joni jams" at her famous friend's home in the Santa Barbara area. I could see the cast of California Dreamers drifting through a polaroid haze with embroidered flowers and peace signs on their backs. I detected the aromas of marijuana and incense. I could hear the CSN harmonies and Mama Cass's laughter traveling through the canyon from Lookout Mountain. I could hear the dulcimer being strummed like a drum and the reverb of aged wood. The fa

Taylor Swift isn't the only one who is re-recording recent albums. Brandi Carlile has followed Swift's lead, albeit for very different reasons than Swift's. Carlile has returned to the studio to completely redo last year's "In These Silent Days" in a new, acoustic-focused version titled "In the Canyon Haze."


The newly recorded album will be released on September 28th, and it is preceded today by a remake of "You and Me on the Rock (In the Canyon Haze)," which features her wife, Catherine Carlile, on harmony vocals.


Carlile explained that the project came about when she was considering releasing a deluxe edition of "Silent Days" with bonus tracks for the album's upcoming anniversary, but instead decided to make the entire album a bonus. The "canyon" part refers to the artist's belief that the reworked arrangements aim for a vintage Laurel Canyon spirit.

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