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Article: Book Review

Woody Guthrie: Songs and Art – Words and Wisdom

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Woody Guthrie: Songs and Art--Words and Wisdom Nora Guthrie and Robert Santelli 340 Pages ISBN: # 978-1797211787 Chronicle Books 2021 Hefting this weighty tome for an initial perusal, the word that first comes to mind is cornucopia. This extensive collection of lyrics, excerpts from journals and notebooks along with ...

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The Waterfall II

Label: ATO
Released: 2020
Track listing: Spinning My Wheels; Still Thinkin’; Climbing the Ladder; Feel You; Beautiful Love (Wasn’t Enough); Magic Bullet; Run It; Wasted; Welcome Home; The First Time.

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Article: Album Review

My Morning Jacket: The Waterfall II

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My Morning Jacket's The Waterfall II is a logical step in the progression of this Kentucky band's career. It's a path that's taken a decidedly zig-zag pattern since the debut of The Tennessee Fire (Darla Records, 1999) and its follow-up At Dawn (Darla Records, 2001), arguably reaching its apogee with It Still Moves (ATO Records, 2003). ...

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Article: Live Review

My Morning Jacket on The Green At Shelburne Museum

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My Morning Jacket The Green at Shelburne Museum, Ben & Jerry's Concerts on the Green 2017 Shelburne, VT July 12, 2017 More impressive in their sound than in their songs, My Morning Jacke nevertheless redeemed themselves by the end of roughly two hours on stage on The Green at ...

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Eternally Even

Label: ATO
Released: 2016
Track listing: Hide in Plain Sight; Same Old Lie; Here in Spirit; World’s Smiling Now; We Ain’t Getting Any Younger Pt. 1; We Ain’t Getting Any Younger Pt. 2; True Nature; In the Moment; Eternally Even.

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Article: Album Review

Jim James: Eternally Even

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With the very announcement of Eternally Even, My Morning Jacket's titular leader Jim James telegraphed the topical nature of his solo album, a somewhat disingenuous gesture to be sure, but ultimately a telling one. The sentiments as voiced in such a sing-song fashion on “Hide in Plain Sight" and “Same Old Lie" sound as superficial as ...


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