Mark Lanegan is kind of musical Chameleon. You can find him singing with one group on Sunday, Listen to another cooperation on Monday and then forget it all when you hear him with the third band on Tuesday. Some of the critiques compare him to legendary Tom Waits, with whom he shares the experimental standpoint and the cigarette-crooked voice. Staring with the Screaming Trees in the mid-80's, he joined Queens Of The Stone Age for three albums and then found new home in the arms of former Belle And Sebastian singer, Isobel Campbell. It seems that he's never get tired of creating music and continue to innovate every day by joining new collaboration. So for his new collaboration with multi-instrumentalist Duke Garwood, with whom he'll release on 15 of May their debut album Black Pudding, here are five collaborative songs which I like.
Mark Lanegan Featuring Unkle (Taken From Where Did The Night Fall, 2010)
Mark Lanegan Featuring Moby (Special Records Day 2013 Release)
Mark Lanegan And Soulsavers - Kingdom Of Rain (Taken From It's Not How Far You Fall, It's The Way You Land, 2007)
Mark Lanegan And Isobel Campbell - Ballad Of The Broken Seas (Taken From Ballad Of The Broken Seas, 2006)
Mark Lanegan And The Twilight Singers - Number Nine (Taken From Blackberry Belle, 2003)