Posts by date : June 2013

Don Williams – And So It Goes (2012)

Posted by Zorn on June 30, 2013 with No Commentsas

Don Williams legions of fans across the globe have long been hoping, but likely not expecting to hear new recordings from him again. He has been pretty determined to spend most of his time on his Tennessee farm, quietly, with his family and for over four decades, country music s Gentle Giant has been known for doing what he wants to do. So it s both exciting and a very welcome surprise to announce the release of the brand new Don Williams album And So It Goes, on Sugar Hill Records on June 19th, his first since 2004. It is a release very much in the classic Williams mode mellow yet rhythmic, life-affirming yet thoughtful, serenely masculine, and loaded with singularly strong, memorable songs and consummate vocals.

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The Summer Suns – Eulalie (2013)

Posted by Zorn on June 30, 2013 with No Commentsas


01 Cupid The Assassin
02 For Her
03 Tahyna
04 Kind
05 The Light
06 Through The Roses
07 Shy Or Mine
08 For Fair
09 Skin Like Snow, Eyes Of Coal
10 Cornell Woolrich

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Charlie Parr – Barnswallow (2013)

Posted by Zorn on June 29, 2013 with No Commentsas

chBarnswallow is country blues musician Charlie Parr’s eleventh full-length release. Parr shines again both as a performer and songwriter on eight originals which are sandwiched between traditional folk songs taught by local blues musicians Dave “Snaker” Ray and “Spider” John Koerner of Koerner, Ray & Glover. The Minnesota blues and folk scene permeates the album, informing the content, musicians (including Mikkel Beckmen on washboard and percussion; Dave Hundreiser on harmonica, and resonator mandolin; and wife Emily Parr on backing vocals), and studio as this was recorded live to tape at The Winona Arts Center.

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Janus – Under The Shadow Of The Moon (2013)

Posted by Zorn on June 29, 2013 with No Comments
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Janus will crawl out of hibernation with the release of Under The Shadow Of The Moon which contains newly recorded material written in 1973 that was intended for release on EMI. Now 40 years late Under The Shadow Of The Moon will finally see the light of day. Four original members are featured on the […]

The Cates Gang – Wanted (1970)

Posted by Zorn on June 29, 2013 with No Comments
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The Cate Bros’ historical debut album under The Cates Gang in 1972. Both of “Wanted” and “Come Back Home” received critical acclaim and these two albums are must for R&B and Swamp Rock fans. Tracks: 01 We all got to help each other 02 God gave me a woman 03 Song man 04 Leavin’ this […]

Lisa Mychols – Above (2013)

Posted by Zorn on June 29, 2013 with No Comments
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Sunshine-soaked California pop, with touches of The Beach Boys, Susanna Hoffs, Rooney, The Monkees and The Chantrellines. Tracks:   1,Hearts Beat in Stereo 2.Taken 3.Make Believe 4.Ferris Wheel 5.Summertime Dream 6.Dreamers Awake 7.Foolin’ The World 8.She Lied 9.Pass Me Some Hope 10.Stay Till Tomorrow 11.Another Side of Time 12.Better Than Nothing mp3 320 kbps | […]

Odetta – 7 Classic Album Plus Bonus Radio Tracks [4 CD Box] (2011)

Posted by Zorn on June 29, 2013 with 1 Commentas

Four CD box set from the Folk/Blues/Gospel singer, actress and activist containing seven of her albums: The Tin Angel, My Eyes Have Seen , Odetta Sings Ballads And Blues, Christmas Spirituals, At The Gate Of Horn, Ballad For Americans And Other American Ballads and Odetta At Carnegie Hall. mp3 320 kbps | 701 MB  |  […]

Harry Manx – Wise And Otherwise (2002)

Posted by Zorn on June 29, 2013 with No Commentsas

To call Harry Manx a wizard of slide guitar is perfectly true, but not the whole story. Add banjo, harmonica, and the Indian veena to that, and you’re approaching the real story. On Wise and Otherwise he demonstrates the full range of his talents, which are firmly based in the blues, but extend far beyond […]

Grandaddy – Pretty Mess By This One Band (1996)

Posted by Zorn on June 28, 2013 with No Commentsas

The album is at its weakest when the band seems to reproduce far too many American college-favored indie bands already out there. For instance, after a brief intro, the first full song — “Taster” — fails precisely because it never ascends out of its mound of discordant guitars and mumbling drawls. It’s not bad songwriting, […]

VA – The History Of American Folk (2010)

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Tracklist: CD 1: 01. Tom Dooley – The Kingston Trio 02. John Brown’s Body – Pete Seeger 03. Little Black Train – Woody Guthrie 04. Sail Away Ladies – Odetta 05. The Wreck Of The Old ’97 – Cisco Houston 06. Wildwood Flower – The Carter Family 07. The Boll Weevil – Ramblin’ Jack Elliott […]

Alela Diane – About Farewell (2013)

Posted by Zorn on June 28, 2013 with No Comments
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The gorgeously intimate new Alela Diane album is difficult to classify. Her unadorned voice takes center stage to sparse acoustic instrumental arrangements. Is this country folk or torch song jazz, adult contemporary or art song? The answer doesn’t really matter as much as the fact that this is truly a marvelous creation. The record’s only […]

Bobby Whitlock – Where There’s a Will There’s a Way (2013)

Posted by Zorn on June 28, 2013 with No Comments
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New release containing digitally remastered editions of the first two early 1970’s solo albums by Memphis singer/songwriter/keyboardist/guitarist Bobby Whitlock. Presented here together on CD, Bobby Whitlock (1972) and Raw Velvet (also 1972) are star-studded (George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Delaney & Bonnie), soulful albums from one of Rock music’s key unsung figures. Whitlock’s story is a […]

The Allman Brothers Band – Brothers and Sisters [40th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition] (2013)

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This 40th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition features Brothers and Sisters (Original Recording Remastered), a second disc of previously unreleased Jams, Rehearsals, and Outtakes, in addition to two extra discs that feature the entire live show from Winterland in San Francisco on September 26, 1973. CD 1: The Original Album (originally released as Capricorn CP 0111, 1973) […]

Roy Roberts, Johnny Rawls & Barbara Carr – Three Pair (2012)

Posted by Zorn on June 28, 2013 with 1 Commentas ,

Three longtime Soul Blues legends,team up for a one-of-a-kind collection titled, Three Pair. This album includes 13 tracks from 3 longtime Soul Blues legends. Johnny Rawls – vocals, guitar, organ Roy Roberts – vocals, guitar, piano, organ Barbara Carr – vocals Louis Kahl – strings, piano Scott Adair – saxophone Rusty Smith – trumpet Dave […]

The Mantles – Long Enough to Leave (2013)

Posted by Zorn on June 27, 2013 with No Commentsas

San Francisco garage-pop band The Mantles announce their second full-length release, and first with new label Slumberland Records.Long Enough To Leave is both impressionistic and psychedelic – guitar melodies evoke lyrical themes in equal measure to the plaintive words of vocalist Michael Olivares, whose frank and poetic take on ordinary reality strips familiar themes of […]

Doug MacLeod – Come To Find [Remastered] (2013)

Posted by Zorn on June 27, 2013 with No Commentsas

Bill Stuve – upright bass Jimi Bott – drums Doug Macleod – guitar, vocals Black Cherry – background vocals Tracks: 01. Bring It on Home 02. Since I Left St. Louis 03. Mystery Woman 04. Come to Find 05. Old Virginia Stomp 06. Master’s Plan 07. Ain’t No Grave 08. Run With the Devil 09. […]

Calexico – Live In Der Fabrik (2003)

Posted by Zorn on June 27, 2013 with 1 Commentas

Tracks: 01.Across The Wire 02.Not Even Stevie Nicks 03.Frontera Trigger 04.Sunken Waltz 05.Spokes 06.El Picador 07.Si Tu Disais 08.Stray 09.Woven Birds 10.Quattro 11.Convict Fool 12.Dub Latina 13.Alone Again Or mp3 160 kbps | 62 MB | UL

Blue Swamp – Live At The Grand (2013)

Posted by Zorn on June 27, 2013 with No Commentsas

Blue Swamp are a well seasoned and amiable band with a wealth of musical experience behind them featuring wonderful musicianship…John Williamson from The Animals… and Mike Bowden from Dr Truth. More recently they expanded the duo into a Trio (with Big Vern on percussion). Recommended if You Like: Boz Scaggs Dr John Little Feet mp3 […]

The Legendary Pink Dots – The Gethsemane Option (2013)

Posted by Zorn on June 27, 2013 with No Commentsas

The Legendary Pink Dots is an Anglo-Dutch experimental rock band formed in London in August 1980. Although far outside the mainstream (in terms of their music and career path), LPD have released more than 40 albums, have a devoted worldwide following, and tour frequently. The band s debut for Metropolis Records, entitled The Gethsemane Option, […]

Sweet Talk – Pickup Lines (2013)

Posted by Zorn on June 26, 2013 with No Commentsas

“Where did all the real rock n roll go? Where the people took time to craft a song, make it fun to listen to, and wanted it upbeat and catchy?” Sweet Talk answer these questions. Combining the best parts of Cheap Trick, early UK power pop and the dual guitar work of Thin Lizzy,Sweet Talk burn […]