Lee Harvey Osmond Delivers A Quiet Evil
Friends were enlisted to fill out songs as needed, and it wasn't long before Tom Wilson had not only a new record on his hands, but a new band.
Produced by Michael Timmins and released on Cowboy Junkies, Latent Recordings, Lee Harvey Osmond's A Quiet Evil joins the group's hypnotic rhythms with dark, brooding lyrics. Wilson's latest creation is gaining a slow and study buzz.
Lee Harvey Osmond's, Tom Wilson struck Canadian rock gold in the '90s as the leader of the much loved Junkhouse, and then found a whole new audience as a crucial component of roots-rock supergroup Blackie and the Rodeo Kings. Wilson released solo albums in 2001 and 2006, and his 2005 collaboration with Bob Lanois, The Shack Recordings, was critically acclaimed. Says Wilson, "It's my favorite thing I've ever done in my life," he says. __"I'm 50 years old and starting a new band," he adds with a laugh, "it's the craziest f**king thing you can do, but it's also the most exciting thing you can do. And the response so far has been overwhelming." - more on this story
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