The Radio Free Song Club made a virtual vinyl single of my song “No Stars in New York City”, recorded live at the Living Room, for the program “18 with a Bullet”.

David Scott and I are happy to announce the release of our duet album Turn Like the World Does on My Dark Star Records! Here is a review of it from New York Music Daily.

The LP Turn Like the World Does is available from online retailers and features 8 new co-writes from David and I, plus writing contributions from Norman Blake of Teenage Fanclub, Bill DeMain of Swan Dive, and my Parlor James partner Ryan Hedgecock. The EP The Way You Remember Things, also available from online retailers, includes  3 bonus tracks not available on the LP. All the songs were recorded at Davie’s home in East Kilbride, Scotland.

Please visit the Amy Allison & David Scott Facebook page.

Check out these youtube films by Oscar of Venice:  “If You Go I’ll Melt” by Amy Allison and David Scott, and our version of Rod McKuen’s  “Kaleidoscope”.

My latest solo CD, Sheffield Streets, is out now on New York City’s Urban Myth Records. It was recorded in Los Angeles with my friend the great drummer Don Heffington producing and drumming in his home studio. I did 2 thrilling duets, one with Elvis Costello on my father’s song Monsters of the Id, with my father Mose Allison on piano and Elvis on vocals, and one with Dave Alvin playing and singing on an old song of mine, Everybody Ought to Know.

I was lucky to have these other amazing musicians on it as well: Greg Leisz, Bob Glaub, Josh Grange, David Ralike, Van Dyke Parks, Lee Thornburg, Dominic Genova, DJ Bonebrake, Brian Standefer, Kip Boardman, Jeff Turmes, Charles DeCastro, Sebastian Steinberg and Ryan Hedgecock.

You can listen and download the entire album directly via Bandcamp. CDs are available at shows and from CD Baby and other online stores.