Change In The Weather – Janiva Magness Sings John Fogerty – Catalog Bundle

Janiva Magness

This purchase includes (1) CD copy of Change In The Weather – Janiva Magness Sings John Fogerty, (1) CD copy of Love Is An Army, (1) CD copy of Blue Again, and (1) CD copy of Love Wins Again.

Upon purchase you get an instant download of:

  • Change In The Weather
  • Lodi (feat. Sam Morrow)
  • Don’t You Wish It Was True (feat. Taj Mahal)
  • Mr. Greed (Bonus Track)
  • Mystic Highway (Bonus Track)

*desktop download only*

Track Listing:

  1. Change In The Weather
  2. Lodi (feat. Sam Morrow)
  3. Someday Never Comes
  4. Wrote A Song For Everyone
  5. Don’t You Wish It Was True (feat. Taj Mahal)
  6. Have You Ever Seen The Rain
  7. Bad Moon Rising
  8. Blueboy
  9. Fortunate Son
  10. Deja Vu (All Over Again)
  11. A Hundred And Ten In The Shade
  12. Lookin’ Out My Back Door



Change In The Weather – Janiva Magness Sings John Fogerty 

2019 Release. Change In The Weather – Janiva Magness Sings John Fogerty brings Janiva’s blues-oriented, soulful style to 12 classic Fogerty and Creedence Clearwater Revival tunes.  Featuring guests Sam Morrow on the swampy “Lodi” and Blues legend Taj Mahal on “Don’t You Wish It Was True,” the album reflects the timeless quality of Fogerty’s work, cutting a broad swath through rock, blues, and country, and trailblazing the eclectic, roots-based Americana genre.

Love Is An Army

2018 release. After Janiva Magness added a 2016 Grammy nomination to her 27 Blues Music Award nominations – with seven wins, including Entertainer of the Year – she might have taken at least a short rest on her laurels. Instead, one of the preeminent voices in contemporary American roots music has raised the bar for herself. Magness’ fourteenth album, Love Is an Army, is a brilliantly crafted bridge between the past and present, blending the echoes of classic soul and country music with timeless themes of love and the very contemporary sound of protest. Love Is an Army’s dozen songs reverberate with the timeless character of the Memphis rhythm & blues patented by the Stax and Hi Records studios, especially in tracks like “Back to Blue,” which opens the album and sets it’s tone, and “Hammer,” which features Grammy Winner and multiple Blues Music Awards winner Charlie Musselwhite on harmonica. Another Tennessee music city, Nashville, is the geographic touchstone for the title number, a duet with Texas singer / songwriter Bryan Stephens, and for “On and On,” with Poco frontman Rusty Young on pedal steel guitar. Like Magness, both Stephens and Young are on Blue Elan Records. Other guest artists include the legendary R&B singer Delbert McClinton, Mississippi hill country blues torchbearer Cedric Burnside, bluegrass guitar and banjo virtuoso Courtney Hartman of the band Della Mae.

Blue Again

2017 release. Blue Again comes hot on the heels of Magness’ 2016 Grammy nominated album Love Wins Again. Anyone who has ever heard Magness sing – live or on any of the multiple releases she has put out since coming on the scene in 1992 – can immediately divine that this is a strong, resilient, commanding woman in masterful control of her voice and her destiny. In the space between the notes you can hear a performer who has survived a difficult life by anyone’s measure to become one of the top blues vocalists of her generation, only the second woman, after blues legend Koko Taylor, to win the coveted B.B. King Entertainer of the Year award. Blue Again collects Magness’ interpretations of a half dozen classics from the blues canon and beyond, including numbers made famous by Bo Diddley, Freddie King, Etta James, and Nina Simone.

Love Wins Again

Janiva Magness’ 2016 album Love Wins Again is yet another evolutionary step for the soulful, elegant, award-winning singer/songwriter. The album’s title is a mantra that resonates throughout: the concept of love as a physical, psychic and spiritual force that has the strength to conquer negativity, sadness and personal demons. Love Wins Again marks Magness’ fifth collaboration with four-time Grammy nominated producer Dave Darling (Glen Campbell, Brian Setzer) whose instincts compel Magness to tap her deepest creative powers and lead her songs to unpredictable places. Her singing rings with sincerity. Since launching her career with 1992’s More Than Live, she has grown to become an accomplished storyteller and diviner of the heart, allowing songs like the title track, “Doorway” and “Say You Will” to reveal life’s potent truths.