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VA – Like A Hurricane ~ A Tribute To Neil Young (2007)

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The Boners – Hell Yeah (2015)

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Katelyn Convery – Unarmed (2015)

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The Tramp Iron Railroad – In The Wind (2015)

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320 kbps|112 MB| UL | UA | HF | TB The Tramp Iron Railroad has recorded a blend of Country Americana that reflects his roots in Bluegrass and Rock while remaining a consummate Singer/ Songwriter.

VA – Folksongs of Another America: Field Recordings from the Upper Midwest, 1937-1946 [5CD Box Set] (2015)

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320 kbps|658 MB| UL | UA | HF | TB This 5-CD set is teeming with African-American, Austrian, Belgian, Cornish, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French Canadian, German, Ho-Chunk, Icelandic, Lithuanian, Irish, Italian, Luxemburger, Norwegian, Ojibwe, Oneida, Polish, Scots Gaelic, Serbian, Swedish, Swiss, and Welsh performers.

Kelly Pardekooper – House Of Mud (2002)

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320 kbps | 80 MB | UL | UA  FLAC | 225 MB | UL | The only thing unclear about Kelly Pardekooper’s House of Mud is how he figured out how to meld blues and country traditions together without betraying either. Husky voice and slide guitar blend in this mellow yet intense collection of […]

Lonesome Brothers – Mono (2006)

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The Lonesome Brothers formed in 1985 and have been alt-country/Americana favorites since before the terms alt-country and Americana were coined. The Lonesome Brothers are fronted by Ray Mason on bass and Jim Armenti on guitar and backed by former Scud Mountain Boy Tom Shea on drums.Mono is the Lonesome Brothers\’ sixth full-length album and it […]

Mark Flanegan & Jimmy Bergin – Down the Wire (2010)

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For over 20 years, Mark Flanagan has been the guitarist with Jools Holland’s Rhythm and Blues Orchestra. During that time he has made TV, Radio and recording appearances with many well known artists, from George Harrison to Dr. John, from Eric Clapton to Chaka Khan. For the past decade, Mark has been working on a […]

Ric Mysterie – Up All Night (2015)

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Kip Moore – Wild Ones (2015)

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Singer and songwriter Kip Moore mixes tight country narratives with a touch of heartland rock, and at his best, he fashions songs that led one reviewer to call him “a hillbilly Springsteen,” although he’s probably closer to a less feisty Steve Earle, say, with a focus on how love works and doesn’t work between men […]

Laura Cortese – Into the Dark (2013)

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On Into the Dark, Laura Cortese writes with the vivid eloquence of an artist schooled in the lyrical rituals of folk music. The album features original songs performed by a string ensemble comprised of some of America’s greatest folk fiddlers and cellists: Hanneke Cassel, Natalie Haas, Brittany Haas, Mariel Vandersteel, and Valerie Thompson. The lush […]

Janky – Them Grackles (2015)

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Janky digs deep into the roots of the blues while adding respectful touches that would hopefully appease the great blues legends like Son House, Blind Lemon Jefferson, John Lee Hooker, RL Burnside, Junior Kimbrough and Reverend KM Williams. These days, the blues genre is far from its roots, and most people have never heard the […]

Grandpa’s Cough Medicine – 180 Proof (2015)

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Hailing from the Florida region, Grandpa’s Cough Medicine is not exactly your grandpa’s bluegrass band, but they’re not solely a speed freak punk-gone-bluegrass outfit either. Combining the meticulous and highly-skilled artistry of authentic bluegrass traditions and modes with a punk-ish attitude and tempo, and adding a little bit of ribald and offbeat humor in their […]