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The Allman Brothers Band – Icon (2013)

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ALTracks:

01. Whipping Post
02. Midnight Rider
03. Melissa
04. Ramblin’ Man
05. Wasted Words
06. Can’t Lose What You Never Had
07. Crazy Love
08. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed (Live)
09. Jessica (Live)

mp3 320 kbps | 121 MB | UL | CL

Sweet Jeena And Her Sweethearts – Lovers and Lunatics (2013)

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swTracks:

1. How Much Longer To Las Vegas
2. Ready For Love
3. Mean Cat
4. Moon Rocket Rock
5. Lovers And Lunatics
6. Happy Little Cowgirl
7. Everyday Sweet
8. Lonely Girl
9. Cowboy’s Song
10. Fish Dish
11. Big Woman
12. Always A Party
13. Cool Cat

FLAC | 271 M | UL | TB

Kieran Kane & Kevin Welch – Live From Melbourne (2000)

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kieran kane & kevin welch - 11-12-13 live from melbourne - front (from glitterhouse)These are live recordings from Kane’s joint appearances with fellow country-folk songwriter (and fellow Dead Reckoning artist) Kevin Welch in Melbourne, Australia, on November 12 and November 13 of 1999. For these shows, the pair played unaccompanied, using just a bass and a guitar. Sometimes harmonizing, sometimes letting one or the other sing solo, they ran through 15 songs, mostly original material composed by Kane and Welch separately, although there are covers of John Hiatt’s “Train to Birmingham” and Hank Williams’ “Ramblin’ Man.” There’s an informal, playing-before-friends feel to the performances, on tunes that are mostly good-natured and easygoing, even if songs like Kane’s “Table Top Dancer” get into something a little darker. Low-key country-folk, suited for Sunday morning tea.

mp3 VBR~157 kbps | 63 MB | UL

V. A. – Where Have All the Flowers Gone: The Songs of Pete Seeger(1998)

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After listening to this multi-artist two-CD celebration of Pete Seeger’s songs, you’ll be delighted to read in the liner notes that it’s “just the beginning of at least four volumes.” Producer Jim Musselman calls the package a “labor of love,” and that’s clearly what it was. Musselman did a terrific job of choosing the songs […]

Divine Horsemen – Devil’s River (1986)

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Divine Horsemen were a punk/roots band founded in 1983 by Chris D. (Desjardins), formerly of L.A. punk rock band The Flesh Eaters.The band developed a distinctive (and at the time, very new) alt country- type sound. They took their name from a voodoo term; a worshiper who is possessed by loa during a ceremony is […]

Sonny & the Sunsets – Antenna to the Afterworld (2013)

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Creating his cleanest and most modern record yet, Sonny Smith again creates a consistently great record in yet another new direction with Antenna To The Afterworld. Tracks: 1. Dark Corners 2. Mutilator 3. Palmreader 4. Path Of Orbit 5. Natural Acts 6. Girl On The Street 7. Death Scene 8. Primitive 9. Void 10. Earth […]