NEW ALBUM RELEASE ON BLUE ÉLAN RECORDS AVAILABLE

MAY 4th, 2018

Safe in the Arms of Time
Blue Élan Records LLC

Along with Coolidge, the luminous new album features the songwriting talents of Graham Nash, Chris Stapleton, Stan Lynch, and Keb’ Mo’.

One of music’s most enduring voices and composers, Rita Coolidge will release her dramatic and poignant new solo album, Safe in the Arms of Time, on May 4th on Blue Élan Records. The album marks the two-time Grammy winner’s return to songwriting, and as she did in her acclaimed 2015 memoir, Delta Lady, she drew inspiration for her new material from her personal journey. Coolidge, who co-wrote three of the album’s 12 wondrous cuts says,

I’ve written so many songs assuming a role like an actor, but this time I got to write from experience. This is the best record I’ve ever done. I’m extremely proud of it.
— rita coolidge

In many ways, Safe in the Arms of Time is both a reflection and a continuation of Coolidge’s remarkable history, one that took flight during the heyday of the ‘70s L.A. music scene when she sang backup on Stephen Stills’ “Love the One You’re With” and Eric Clapton’s “After Midnight.” (And astute music fans are well aware of how she contributed the classic – and uncredited – piano coda to Derek & the Dominoes’ “Layla.”) “The idea was making an album that had the same appeal of my early records – to make a roots record about my own roots,” Coolidge says.


You can shop for all of Rita’s Music, DVDs & Books on Amazon and iTunes. Follow her on Spotify!

 
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SOLO PROJECTS | 1990 to Present



SOLO PROJECTS | 1971 to 1989


GROUP PROJECTS


PROJECTS with OTHER ARTISTS


Duets

“I Like Your Style” – Jermaine Jackson
“Live at The Philharmonic” – Kris Kristofferson
“Shake Hands With The Devil” – Kris Kristofferson
“Jesus Was A Capricorn” – Kris Kristofferson
“Soldiers On The Moon” – David Lasley
“Somethin’ ‘Bout You Baby I Like” – Glen Campbell
“Warm Your Heart” – Aaron Neville
“The Best of Lee Greenwood” – Lee Greenwood
“My Songs” – Kris Kristofferson
“We Could Stay Together” – Booker T. Jones

Appearances on Other Artist’s Albums

Accept No Substitutes – Delaney & Bonnie
Alone Together – Dave Mason
America’s Sweetheart – Sandy Szigeti
Amused To Death – Roger Waters
Asylum Choir – Leon Russell
Blood – Ge Reinders
Bob Neuwirth – Bob Neuwirth
Border Lord – Kris Kristofferson
Boz Scaggs and His Band – Boz Scaggs
Contact From The Underworld of Redboy – Robbie Robertson
Don’t Forget What I Told You – John Simon
Easter Island – Kris Kristofferson
Eric Clapton – Eric Clapton
Exception To The Rule – Arnold McCuller
Flying – Priscilla Coolidge Jones
Headkeeper – Dave Mason
Home Grown – Johnny Rivers
Hot Water – Jimmy Buffet
Joe Cocker’s Greatest Hits
John Simon’s Album – John Simon
Judee Sill – Judee Sill
Long Voyage Home – Joe Cocker
Marc Benno – Marc Benno
Minnows – Marc Benno
New York City (You’re a Woman) – Al Kooper
On Tour With Eric Clapton – Delaney & Bonnie
Playing It Cool – Timothy B Schmidt
Playing Possum – Carly Simon
Portrait Gallery – Harry Chapin
Ripe For Distraction – James Lee Stanley
Shaman’s Way – Soulfood
Silver Tongued Devil and I – Kris Kristofferson
Son Of America – Seemon & Marjime
Songs For Beginners – Graham Nash
Soul Talkin’ – Brenda Russell
Spooky Lady’s Sideshow – Kris Kristofferson
Steven Stills – Steven Stills
Stories – David Blue
Surreal Thing – Kris Kristofferson
Tell Me The Truth – Timothy B Schmidt
The Best of Delaney & Bonnie – Delaney & Bonnie
The Best of James Bond
The Legendary Year – Kris Kristofferson
Through The Eyes of A Horn – Jim Horn
Well – Katy Sagal
Who’s To Bless and Who’s To Blame – Kris Kristofferson
Wind River – Andrew Vasquez
Wings – Michel Colombier
You’re OK I’m OK – Billy Swan

Soundtracks

Octopussy
A Star Is Born
Coast To Coast
Splash
Vanishing Point
A Night In Heaven
The Pursuit of DB Cooper
Live on the Tom Jones Show
Joe Cocker’s Mad Dogs and Englishmen
Havana Jam
Music For The Native Americans – Robbie Robertson
Sincerely: The Mariya Takeuchi Songbook
Big Blues: Blues Music For Kids
A Gift of Song: The Music for UNICEF Concert
Tribal Voices (Walela) 
Wolf Moon – Little Wolf Band
Songs Of The Spirit
Goddess: Women’s Voices In The World
Droomgala 84
Voices of the Creator’s Children