Posts by date : July 2012

Audrey Auld – Losing Faith (2003)

Posted by Zorn on July 31, 2012 with 1 Commentas

Cool mix of rock, hard-core country and acoustic ballads. Guests – Fred Eaglesmith, Mary Gauthier, Kieran Kane & Kasey Chambers.

mp3 320 kbps | 100 MB | UJ | UL

Mazzy Star – Live in Zurich (Switzerland) (07.18.2012)

Posted by Zorn on July 31, 2012 with 2 Commentsas

mp3 320 kbps | 161 MB | UJ | UL

Mr. Nick & the Dirty Tricks – Oh Wow! (2012)

Posted by Zorn on July 31, 2012 with No Commentsas

“Mr. Nick and the Dirty Tricks have been preserving the brand of blues and soul that they revere with an authentic approach. The new CD captures their enthusiasm perfectly! Great performances by the band and their special guests with witty and fresh songwriting equals a CD that any fan of blues, soul and roots music would be excited to hear!”
~ Nick Moss – 16 time Blues Music Award nominee

mp3 320 kbps | 89 MB | UJ

Naevus – The Division Of Labour (2012)

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The Division of Labour’ is the long-anticipated seventh album from Naevus. Four years in the making, The Division of Labour is the most sharply focused Naevus thus far, uniting the classic acoustic guitar-based sound of Naevus with slabs of post-punk (‘Idiots’), searing stabs of guitar noise (‘Hobo Placing’), psychedelic introspection (‘Donkey’s Trough’) and even a […]

The Wandering – Go On Now, You Can’t Stay Here (2012)

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The Wandering is a supergroup of 5 traditionally minded artists who have migrated to or have origins in the Deep South; they were assembled by guitarist Luther Dickinson. He is the only male member. The others are all established artists: guitarist Shannon McNally, upright bassist Amy LaVere, banjo prodigy Valerie June, and fife player and […]

Luther Dickinson – Hambone’s Meditations (2012)

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New project from singer/songwriter and North Mississippi All Stars band member. Just three days after the death of his father, Memphis (and Muscle Shoals and Miami) music legend Jim Dickinson, Luther Dickinson opened the doors to the family’s Zebra Ranch studio in Independence, Mississippi and recorded Onward and Upward, an album of gospel songs and […]

Ed Kuepper – Second Winter (2012)

Posted by Zorn on July 31, 2012 with No Commentsas

This is essentially songs from the Electrical Storm and Rooms Of The Magnificent albums, but with completely new arrangements and feel. More in the vein of Today Wonder, for those of you who are familiar with Ed’s back catalogue.This is the 2CD “special tour edition”. The second disc is a complete live rendering of the […]

High Duchess – Wanderlust (Tzadik,2012)

Posted by Zorn on July 30, 2012 with No Comments
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“Anna Wayland is a talented and dynamic young songwriter whose influences range from blues, jazz, rock, world music and more. Her debut recording is a dark and heavy gothic masterpiece that takes us from death to love and back again. Produced by Mat Dennis and mixed by the great Alain Johannes it features Adrian Harpham […]

Shoes – Ignition (2012)

Posted by Zorn on July 30, 2012 with 2 Commentsas

Ignition contains 15 tracks from Shoes’ three founding members and songwriters: bassist-vocalist John Murphy, guitarist-vocalist Jeff Murphy, and guitarist-vocalist Gary Klebe, plus longtime stage drummer John Richardson. Self-produced and released on the band’s own Black Vinyl Records, Ignition not only carries on Shoes’ cult-heroic tradition of edibly tuneful, harmony-honeycombed guitar pop; it ventures intriguingly beyond […]

Gangstagrass – Rappalachia (2012)

Posted by Zorn on July 30, 2012 with No Comments

If Gangstagrass’s “Long Hard Times To Come” hadn’t been used so effectively as the theme song to the excellent TV series Justified, the idea of fusing hip-hop and bluegrass might seem ridiculous. But what makes Gangstagrass mastermind Rench (a Brooklyn, NY native) different from those who previously have attempted to combine banjos and break beats […]

James Luther Dickinson & North Mississippi All Stars – I’m Just Dead I’m Not Gone (2012)

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Posthumous collection from the legendary Memphis producer and musician. I’m Just Dead, I’m Not Gone is a reflection of Dickinson’s lifelong affinity for songs that have style, substance and, are at the same time, truthful. The blues roots of his art is present in songs from the Furry Lewis and Sleepy John Estes catalogs along […]

The Toy Hearts – Whiskey (2012)

Posted by Zorn on July 30, 2012 with No Commentsas

 This terrific recording is brimming over with gorgeous female vocals and harmonies, exceptional playing and some excellent songs, all on a beautiful country/western swing album from a band that hails from Birmingham, England! They have their own natural style within the country music field that confirms they come to this music courtesy of their own enthusiasm […]

Mike Viola – Lonely Boy (2012)

Posted by Zorn on July 29, 2012 with 1 Commentas

This cd is a collection heavy on covers – featuring tracks originally by Phil Spector and Ellie Greenwich, Andy Partridge of XTC, Morrissey of the Smiths and Ratt. mp3 320 kbps | 102 MB | UJ | UL

Oregon Valley Boys – All Roads Lead To Howell Prairie (2010)

Posted by Zorn on July 29, 2012 with No Commentsas

Pacific Northwestern Swing: Bob Wills meets Patsy Cline and Ray Price on a sawdust-sprinkled dance floor by the Pacific Ocean’s edge…a dollop of swang, a wallop of twang. Recommended if You Like: Asleep at the Wheel Patsy Cline Willie Nelson mp3 320 kbps | 68 MB | UL

Gloriana – A Thousand Miles Left Behind (2012)

Posted by Zorn on July 29, 2012 with No Commentsas

Cheyenne Kimball, the singer who launched her career on America’s Most Talented Kid and thereby gave Gloriana a little bit of a marquee draw, left the country-pop group in 2011, leaving the band as a trio of Rachel Reinert, Mike Gossin, and Tom Gossin — a lineup that can’t help but recall such currently popular […]

Cat Power – Sun (2012)

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Chan Marshall (AKA Cat Power) performed and produced the album Sun, the first full-length Cat Power record since 2008′s Jukebox, and the first album of original material since 2006′s The Greatest, will be out September 4 through Matador. mp3 320 kbps | 114 MB | UJ

Josh Riter – Live From KCD Theater Louisville, KY 2011-03-19

Posted by Zorn on July 28, 2012 with No Commentsas

mp3 320 kbps | 234 MB | UJ

Bluegrass Boogiemen – Hits of Hank Williams (2010)

Posted by Zorn on July 28, 2012 with No Commentsas

The Blue Grass Boogiemen are releasing on the CRS (Continental) label a new album, Hits of Hank Williams, originally commissioned by Starsound. The Boogiemen announce: … Ever since we started playing together, Hank’s songs have been an integral part of our repertoire… to say the least, we love his music, on and off stage, and […]

Hank Haint – Blackout (2012)

Posted by Zorn on July 27, 2012 with No Commentsas

“Blackout,” the debut album from English rocker and one-man band Hank Haint, has recently been made available by Voodoo Rhythm Records. As first albums go, Hank Haint’s “Blackout” is really something, a take no prisoners effort, uncompromising and unpretensious, with eleven solid originals and two well-chosen covers, and a sound comprised of wave after wave […]

Whitejacket – Hollows and Rounds (2012)

Posted by Zorn on July 27, 2012 with 1 Commentas

For fans of early 80′s new wave pop, Whitejacket‘s Hollows And Rounds will be pleasing to the mind. You will hear all of the pop rock treats that influenced those bands back then, including The Beatles, The Byrds, The Hollies, and eventually became some incredible music of not only the early 80′s, but the indie […]