Craft Recordings, in partnership with Nashville-based singer/songwriter Mindy Smith, will reissue her 2004 Vanguard Records debut, One Moment More, on vinyl for the first time.
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the project, Craft Recordings will offer the project on 180-gram black vinyl, beginning Jan. 25, 2019. The album was co-produced by Smith and Steve Buckingham, and recorded in Nashville.
“To partner with Craft Recordings to release One Moment More on vinyl for the first time has truly been a dream come true,” says Smith. “Originally released by Vanguard Records, I appreciate Craft collaborating with me from start to finish on this release.”
Following her debut project, Smith has since released five albums and numerous singles: Long Island Shores (Vanguard, 2006); My Holiday (Vanguard, 2007); Stupid Love (Vanguard, 2009); Mindy Smith (Giant Leap/TVX Records, 2012); Snowed In (Giant Leap/TVX Records, 2013); “Anymore Of This,” a duet with Matthew Perryman Jones (2013); “Someone Sometime” ft. Zach Berkman (2014); “Returning Fire With Fire” (2015); “On Top Of The World,” ft. Phillip LaRue (2015); “The Snow” and “Three Thousand Miles” (2016); and “Who Saved Who,” ft. Matthew Perryman Jones (2017).
Her songs have been recorded by Alison Krauss, Lee Ann Womack, Faith Hill, and the Gaither Vocal Band, and featured in various television shows, including Switched At Birth, The Vampire Diaries, Grey’s Anatomy, HBO’s Six Feet Under, and the WB’s Smallville and Summerland. “Taking You With Me,” a duet with Daniel Tashian was featured in Paul Rudd’s film Our Idiot Brother (2011) and its accompanying soundtrack. In addition, Smith penned and recorded the theme song “Shelter Me” for the national PBS TV series of the same name.
Her vocals are currently featured on “Better Boat,” the latest single from Kenny Chesney.
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