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Tyler Fortier – .​.​.​And They Rode Like Wildfire Snaking Through The Hills ‘Neath The Scarlet Sun (2011)

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tyTyler Fortier:
vocals, acoustic guitar, dobro, piano, keys, harmonica, foot stomps, shaker & tambourine
Erin Flood and Joseph Intile:
Ben Klenz:
foot stomps
Matt Greco:
keys on “Retribution Ain’t Murder”

mp3 160 kbps | 58 MB | UL | CL

Dallas Moore – Blessed Be The Bad Ones (2013)

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DAThe Dallas Moore Band has once again recorded a great album. Their mix of Outlaw Country music, southern rock, and classic country, is medicine, to this old outlaw’s aching ears! With the “cookie cutter” pop country music, that comes out of Nashville, these days, it is so refreshing to listen to this new CD. These boys have shared the stage with some of any favorite musicians, including – Willie Nelson, Shooter Jennings, David Allan Coe, Marshall Tucker Band, 38 Special, and many more.

mp3 320 kbps | 108 MB | UL

Jesse Winchester – Talk Memphis (1981)

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in folk

JESSEHaving rushed to make Nothing but a Breeze and A Touch on the Rainy Side and getting his two least impressive albums for his trouble, Jesse Winchester spent two and a half years woodshedding before returning to the record racks with Talk Memphis. For the album, he returned to his hometown and worked with producer Willie Mitchell, best known for his Al Green records. It wasn’t as unlikely a matching as might be imagined; Winchester had always had a soulful, flexible voice as ready as Green’s to take off into the upper registers to express emotion. And Memphis-style R&B had always been an element, along with country, folk, pop, and gospel, in Winchester’s sound. On his early albums, his lighthearted style had been in the service of an embattled vision, but gradually that darkness gave way, to the point that he began to seem lightweight. Talk Memphis put his effervescence and musicality to good use, resulting in his first Top 40 hit, the catchy “Say What,” and the rest of the album was just as easy on the ears, with the title track providing a suitably gritty Memphis-soul sendoff. But that wasn’t enough to break the album beyond the bottom rungs of the charts, and after seven albums in 11 years, Winchester left the world of major-label record-making.

mp3 VBR~221 kbps | 53 MB | UL

Dan Michaelson and The Coastguards – Blindspot (2013)

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 Recorded between stints of touring with I Am Kloot and Phosphorescent, and scoring his first feature film, ‘Blindspot’ is a subtle reflection on what is left in the peripheries; the title ‘Blindspot’ referring to the unknown and what we didn’t account for, even though it is only just out of sight and understanding. Though ‘Blindspot’ […]

Alan Jackson – Precious Memories Volume II (2013)

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Tracks: 01. Amazing Grace 02. He Lives 03. Just As I Am 04. Love Lifted Me 05. O How I Love Jesus 06. Only Trust Him 07. There Is Power In The Blood 08. Precious Memories 09. Sweet Hour Of Prayer 10. When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder 11. Wherever He Leads I’ll Go […]