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The Henry Girls – December Moon (2013)

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HEThe Henry Girls are three sisters from the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal, IE. They are really starting to make a name for themselves in Ireland, Europe and North America. They have performed with Imelda May and did backing vocals on Mary Black’s latest album.
December Moon is their fourth album and is a wonderful blend of styles from Irish Traditional, to bluegrass to jazzy swing with a touch of Brittany thrown into the mix. Aside from the amazing variety on this album, the thing that stands out is the beautiful harmonies that are the trademark of this band. With songs like the easy paced Fool’s Gold and the outstanding title song December Moon, the Henry Girls will get your complete attention and never let it go. They do absolutely fantastic versions of Rain and Snow and Watching the Detectives.

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Hurray For The Riff Raff – My Dearest Darkest Neighbor (2013)

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hHurray For the Riff Raff (Alynda lee Segarra) is now based out of New Orleans,  and the influence shows in her music. Known for her bluesy approach, Hurray For the Riff Raff most recently released an acclaimed country album. For her fifth swing at the study, Hurray For the Riff Raff has released a collection of covers that hold personal to her.
The source material is diverse — there’s a little Joni Mitchell on here, Hank, Lucinda Williams, and other greats. She’s also included two originals as well — attempts to continue the story where other writers left off.
Whether she’s singing a traditional folk song or pop, Segarra’s voice soars. She could rival Patsy Cline or sing circles around the folks she’s covering. This is a fantastic album.

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Hank 3 – Brothers of the 4×4 (2013)

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hTwo CD release from singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Hank Williams, III. Brothers Of The 4×4 is a traditional Country album. Hank3 wrote, recorded, produced, and played all of the drums and acoustic guitar on the record, while using his stable of friends for all of the lead parts, including Andy Gibson, Zach Shedd, Billy Contreras, David McElfish, Daniel Mason, and a guest appearance by banjo champion Leroy Troy.

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Thomas Dybdahl – What’s Left Is Forever [Deluxe Edition] (2013)

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Dybdahl’s new and sixth LP is entitled What’s Left Is Forever, it was officially released on September 16, 2013 via 1MicAdventure / Strange Cargo. The set features thirteen songs on the standard edition, extended by three additional tracks on the deluxe version.  On What’s Left Is Forever, he collaborated with Grammy-winning producer Larry Klein (Joni […]

Tammy Wynette – The Essential Tammy Wynette (2013)

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Included in this set are Tammy’s biggest hits such as “D-I-V-O-R-C-E” and “Stand By Your Man,” which both went to #1 1968. Her #1 country hit single “My Elusive Dreams” with David Houston is also present. Tammy had a whopping 20 #1 country hits while working with legendary producer Billy Sherrill, 18 of which are […]