Jim Lauderdale is set to release his 21st recording on September 25, a new bluegrass album called Carolina Moonrise.Like his previous grass projects, Jim has again teamed up with Randy Kohrs, who produced and engineered, and also provided reso-guitar. And like Jim’s most recent prior release, Reason And Rhyme, Randy assembled a crack band of Nashville super-pickers, using the same bunch for each track to get a “band feel” in the studio.Assisting are Scott Vestal on banjo, Josh Williams on guitar, Tim Crouch on fiddle, Jay Weaver on bass and Aaron Ramsey on mandolin.
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Also around this time they released their 9th album, “Quebec“, which many applauded as a return to their crazier “browner” 4-track roots. A couple months ago Dean Ween released a number of demos, rough mixes and unreleased songs recorded but set aside during this recording session. They were compiled and labeled “The Caesar Demos” (which was to be the original name before Quebec came into play). Might not be the best starting place for those who haven’t heard of the band, but for those who are Ween fans.
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The driving force behind Houston Marchman is his ability to translate real life into music with the right blend of the Country, Folk, Rock & Blues genres.Houston’s 10th album includes hits like “Hand On The Wheel,” “Waitin’ On A Train” and “Drinkin’ Double.” mp3 160 kbps | 57 MB | UL
Billy Keeble is a well-known name around the Dallas / Fort Worth area. His smooth vocals and easy listening delivery have made him an all time favorite in many of the clubs and lounges, and has earned him the name ‘Mr. Country.’ Just For You features ten great tracks, with exceptional picking and vocals. Expect […]
There’s a whole mythos built up around The Residents, and their theory of obscurity is a central component of it. Their wryly-titled album Not Available dates from the early-ish part of their work, and saw official release on Ralph Records in 1978 (it was recorded some years earlier). A disc that defines difficult, it remains […]
Red River Dialect are interesting in that they appear to fuse this traditional strain of inclusive, rabble-rousing folk rock with more adventurous, psychedelic influences that place them right at the genre’s cutting edge. Championed by no less a personage than Six Organs of Admittance’s Ben Chasny, the Cornish five-piece (recently expanded to a sextet upon […]
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Following the successful Live, ‘Volume 1: Sky High’, The Wood Brothers and Southern Ground Artists will release ‘Live, Volume 2: Nail & Tooth’ on August 28. Volume 2 features the track Atlas from Oliver’s days with Atlanta band King Johnson, Sister Rosetta Tharp’s song ‘Up Above My Head’, and crowd favorite ‘Shoofly Pie’. mp3 320 […]