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Falling Cars and Junkyard Dogs

Read "Falling Cars and Junkyard Dogs" reviewed by Doug Collette

Falling Cars and Junkyard Dogs Jay Farrar 192 ISBN: #1593765126 Soft Skull Press 2013 Anyone who's familiar with Jay Farrar's work with Uncle Tupelo, Son Volt, his various collaborations such as New Multitudes and Gob Iron or his solo work knows he has a love of language almost as ...

New Multitudes

Label: Rounder Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: CD 1: Hoping Machine; Fly High; My Revolutionary Mind; VD City; Old L.A.; Talking Empty Bed Blues; Chorine; Careless Reckless Love; Angel’s Blues; No Fear; Changing World; New Multitudes. CD 2: Around New York; Jake Walk Blues; Whereabouts Can I Hide; Old Kokaine; I Was A Goner; San Antone Meat House; Dopefiend Robber; World's On Fire; When I Get Home; Atom Dance; Your Smile Cured Me.

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Jay Farrar, Will Johnson, Anders Parker, Yim Yames: New Multitudes

Read "New Multitudes" reviewed by Doug Collette

New Multitudes arises from a distinctly unusual multi-faceted collaboration. The initial entry in the centennial celebration of Woody Guthrie's birthday began as a Gob Iron project helmed, as was Death Songs for The Living (Transmit Sound/Legacy Recordings, 2006) by Jay Farrar and Anders Parker. Given access to the Guthrie archives by Woody's daughter Nora, the duo ...


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