Lara Taubman — “Lamb to the Slaughter”
Americana Highways is hosting this premiere of Lara Taubman‘s song “Lamb to the Slaughter” from her forthcoming album Ol’ Kentucky Light, due out September 16 via Atomic Sound Record Company. The album was produced by Steven Williams and Paul Frazier; arranged by Etienne Lytle, Walter Parks, and Steven Williams; with vocal production by Yvette Rovira, Paul Frazier and Steven Williams. Ol’ Kentucky Light was recorded at Atomic Sound; engineered by Merle Chornuk; edited by Paul Frazier; and mixed and mastered by Eber Pinhiero.
“Lamb to the Slaughter” was written by Taubman and Etienne Lytle. Musicians on the song are Lara Taubman on lead vocals; Etienne Lytle on grand piano; Walter Parks on guitars; Steven Williams on drums and percussion;Paul Frazier on bass and backing vocals; Yvette Rovira on backing vocals and Gregory James Elroy McMullen on pedal steel.
The title of the song already evokes the sorrow that the songwriting delivers. “I sleep best in the pouring rain, I can’t see you for the water…” is the line that’ll capture your heart. Enjoy the steady, emotionally resonant songwriting.
“Lamb to the Slaughter” is about coping with being lonely and alone. Life might not be what I had hoped it to be, but if I surrender, I look and see all the love that is around me, that it is precious and that I am exactly where I need to be. — Lara Taubman
Find more music and show dates here: https://www.larataubman.com/
Enjoy our earlier coverage here: REVIEW: Lara Taubman Follows an Inner Voice to Record “Revelation”