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JD Hobson Band – Where the Sun Don’t Shine (2011)

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jdThe JD Hobson Band’s newest release is roots perfection, fusing Americana and Delta country blues together in an upbeat rockin’ package.

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Jason & The Nashwille Scorchers – Reckless Country Soul (1996)

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jaIn 1981, as the legend goes, Jason Ringenberg left his daddy’s Illinois hog farm for the bright lights of Nashville and promptly stumbled upon guitarist Warner Hodges and bassist Jeff Johnson in a gutter. With drummer Perry Baggs, they became Jason and the Nashville Scorchers. The original Reckless Country Soul — a Hank Williams classic, a Jimmie Rodgers number and a pair of originals, all recorded live to 4-track and issued on a modest 7-inch by a local independent label — was clearly a formative work. The reissue — augmented by a leftover from the band’s first session, five outtakes from studio time later in ’82 and an unlisted bonus — is an entertaining snapshot of the boys rooting around for a style to call their own. In a wild and randy cover of Carl Perkins’ “Gone Gone Gone” and the ripsnorting medley of Kostas’ “I’d Rather Die Young” and George Morgan’s “Candy Kisses,” they stumble right into it.

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Chris Cagle – Icon (2013)

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01. Country by the Grace of God
02. My Love Goes On and On
03. What A Beautiful Day
04. I Breathe In, I Breathe Out
05. Miss Me Baby
06. Wal-Mart Parking Lot
07. Laredo
08. What Kinda Gone
09. No Love Songs
10. My Life’s Been A Country Song
11. Chicks Dig It

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The Dunwells – Follow The Road (2013)

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The Dunwells are a British folk rock band formed in Leeds, Yorkshire, England in 2009. The group consists of Joseph Dunwell (vocals, guitar), David Dunwell (vocals, guitars, piano, banjo), Jonny Lamb (vocals, drums), Rob Clayton (bass, vocals), and Dave Hanson (lead guitar, vocals, pedal steel). mp3 320 kbps | 102 MB | UL | CL

June & Lula – Yellow Leaves (2013)

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Tracks: 01. Old Man Town 02. Naked Woman 03. Cursed Waltz 04. Silent Man 05. Revert to the Wild 06. Interlude de Suzanne 07. Billy 08. Clap Your Hands 09. Yellow Leaves 10. Near the Stars 11. No More 12. Flying Hat 13. Final de Suzanne 14. The Moon Who Talked to the Wind (Ode […]

Emma Hill – The Black and the Wretched Blue (2013)

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Hill’s honey-smoked voice takes on a soulful growl in many of the numbers, and combined with the horns that periodically kick in to accompany the familiar guitar, banjo and pedal steel, it imparts a bit of a New Orleans vibe to many of the songs. There is still plenty of rootsy sensibility to Emma Hill’s […]

David Olney – Eye of the Storm (1996)

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Every once in a very long while, songwriters come along who become regarded as classic. The rivers of their many influences flow clear and clean through their work, but what comes out is something wholly original. Their songs sound at once timeless and fresh, with shimmers and shades from many influences flowing seamlessly into something […]

Marshall Tucker Band – Live From Spartanburg South Carolina (2013)

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Tracks: 1. Heard It In A Love Song 2. This Ol’ Cowboy 3. Long Hard Ride 4. Desert Skies 5. Searchin’ For A Rainbow 6. Fire On The Mountain 7. 24 Hours At A Time 8. In My Own Way 9. Ramblin’ 10. Askin’ Too Much Of You 11. Can’t You See mp3 160 kbps […]

Judee Sill – Judee Sill (1971/ 2005)

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Judee Sill’s debut album (as well as the debut of the Asylum label) heralded a major new talent in the airy, contemporary folk world of the early ’70s. The album employed the production skills of Sill’s ex-husband Bob Harris, as well as ex-Turtle, ex-Leaves Jim Pons, and Graham Nash (on the album’s sole single, “Jesus […]