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Darden Smith – Love Calling (2013)

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daSongwriting is at the heart of everything that Texas-born Americana singer-songwriter Darden Smith does and his Compass debut ‘Love Calling’ is perhaps the finest example of his craft since his hit album ‘Little Victories’ in 1993.
The new album, recorded in Nashville and produced by Gary Paczosa and Jon Randall Stewart, features 11 new songs – including the already critically acclaimed Radney Foster co-write “Angel Flight” – that seamlessly interweave rock, pop, and country with folk and Americana.

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The Sunny Cowgirls – What We Do (2013)

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theCountry siblings, endearingly unaware of their allure and sex appeal deliver this new release true to their much loved sound. Sophie and Celeste Clabburn have travelled the country finding inspiration for their latest musical delivery and have captured the spirit of Australia for their fans in song.Celebrating the Australian county life, The Sunny Cowgirls nail it with What We Do

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Heather Maloney – Time & Pocket Change (2011)

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heRooted in indie folk-pop, the Time & Pocket Change is a play between the coffeehouse intimacy of folk and the dramatic narrative of opera.

Recommended if You Like:

Feist
Joni Mitchell
Regina Spektor

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Fleetwood Mac – Opus Collection (2013)

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Tracks: 01. You Make Loving Fun (Rumours 1977) 02. Go Your Own Way (Rumours 1977) 03. Gypsy (Mirage 1982) 04. Sara (Tusk 1979) 05. World Turning (Fleetwood Mac 1975) 06. Tusk (Tusk 1979) 07. Rhiannon (Fleetwood Mac 1975) 08. Dreams (Rumours 1977) 09. Everywhere (Tango In The Night 1987) 10. Little Lies (Tango In The […]

Noam Pikelny – Noam Pikelny Plays Kenny Baker Plays Bill Monroe (2013)

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Founding member of the Punch Brothers, Grammy-nominated Noam Pikelny has emerged as the preeminent banjoist among a new generation of acoustic musicians. Praised as “a player of unlimited range and astonishing precision” by comedian/banjoist Steve Martin, Pikelny will release his new concept album Noam Pikelny Plays Kenny Baker Plays Bill Monroe Oct. 1 on Compass […]

Brett Kissel – Started With A Song (2013)

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“Started With A Song,” the major label debut album from Warner Music Canada country music recording artist Brett Kissel.Co-produced by Kissel with Ted Hewitt (Rodney Atkins), CCMA Award-winner Bart McKay and Ben Phillips (Blake Shelton), “Started With A Song” is an exhilarating collection of music: each song a slice of real-life sentiment; emotional touchstones that […]

Ellie Daniels – Both Sides of the Coin (1971)

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The industry of re-issuing private press (aka records that no-one was interested in at the time) goes from strength to strength. Ellie Daniels is now almost 60, and it’s lovely for her that someone has re-issued her only album which was made back in 1971 when she was one of about a million folk minstrels […]

The Steady Rollin’ Revue – The Steady Rollin’ Revue (2013)

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Guitarist Pat West brings to the table a fantastic new Blues band featuring guest vocals from Bruce ‘Missisippi’ Johnson. The music has much of it’s roots in the sounds of the 60’s blues boom, drawing influence from Mayall and Mac, but there is an older Chicago feel at the core and some tunes go even […]