Nearly 70 minutes of must-have tracks from Eric Lindell’s Alligator releases. Lindell created his contagious style of hip, blue-eyed soul in Northern California and honed it in his adopted hometown of New Orleans. His deceptively simple original songs blend blues, R&B, funk, reggae and Louisiana swamp grooves, while his rough-hewn voice recalls Delbert McClinton and Van Morrison.
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No one ever said country music had to be simple, and when Austin Lucas began thinking about the follow-up to his critically acclaimed 2013 album Stay Reckless he had a lot on his mind. The Indiana troubadour wanted to do something not only different from his own work, but unlike anything else being done in […]
Faithful is the title of Dusty Springfield’s planned third album for Atlantic Records, and seventh recorded studio album overall, recorded in the first half of 1971. Two singles from the planned album, “I Believe In You” (b/w “Someone Who Cares”), and “Haunted” (b/w “Nothing Is Forever”, a track not intended for the album) were released […]
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320 kbps | 104 MB | UL | OB | TB | BF