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Kill Or Be Kind

Label: Rounder Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Bulletproof; Kill or Be Kind; Love Letters; Watch it Die; Try Not to Fall in Love with You; Fair-Weather; Love Your Lies; Dream Girl; She Don’t Live Around Here; Dirty; You Got It Bad.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Samantha Fish: Kill Or Be Kind

Read "Kill Or Be Kind" reviewed by Doug Collette

Wielding her guitar as she adopts a saucy blonde bombshell pose, the image Samantha Fish projects on the cover of her Rounder Records debut would mean next to nothing if the music inside didn't deliver a similarly striking impact. Recorded at largely at Royal Studios in Memphis and another two sites in New Orleans, the woman's ...

Southern Blood

Label: Rounder Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: My Only True Friend; Once I was; Going Going Gone; Black Muddy River; I Love the Life I Live; Willin’; Blind Bats and Swanp Rats; Out of Left Field; Love like Kerosene; Song For Adam; I Love the Life I Live (Live); Love Like Kerosene (Live)

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gregg Allman: Southern Blood

Read "Southern Blood" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Music made at the end is always necessary listening. It may not be the best, prettiest, most, but it is obligatory if, for no other reason, as a final act of respect for the artist. Examples of compelling music made at the end of an artist's life are manifold. From classical composition, late Mozart, in particular ...

Porcupine Meat

Label: Rounder Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: I Don’t Want Nobody Hanging Around; Porcupine Meat; Got Me Accused; Snake In The Grass; Funk O’ De Funk; Me, Myself And I; Catfish Stew; It’s Your Move; Nighttime Gardener; I Think Your Dress Is Too Short; Standing On Shaky Ground; I’m Tired.

ARTICLE: FILM REVIEW

The Life & Songs of Emmylou Harris

Read "The Life & Songs of Emmylou Harris" reviewed by Doug Collette

Various Artists The Life & Songs of Emmylou Harris Rounder Records 2016 When Emmylou Harris truly began her solo career, after working with the late Gram Parsons upon recommendation from Chris Hillman, she quite quickly transcended the s 'cosmic American music' created by the former member of the Byrds and the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bobby Rush: Porcupine Meat

Read "Porcupine Meat" reviewed by James Nadal

They don't call Bobby Rush the King of the Chitlin' Circuit for nothing. With an extraordinary discography, and legendary status as an enthusiastic live performer, Rush was recognized in 2015 with a fifty year, retrospective box set, titled “Chicken Heads," by Omnivore Recordings. Returning to his home state of Louisiana, and recorded in New Orleans, the ...

Keep Me In Your Heart For A While: The Best Of Madeleine Peyroux

Label: Rounder Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Don't Wait Too Long; You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome; Between The Bars; (Getting Some) Fun Out Of Life; Dance Me To The End Of Love; Smile; La Vie En Rose; Half The Perfect World; Guilty; I'm All Right; Desperadoes Under The Eaves [Extended Version]; The Kind You Can't Afford; Instead; Keep Me In Your Heart; This Is Heaven To Me.

Spirit in the Room, Deluxe Edition

Label: Rounder Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Tower Of Song; Bad As Me; Traveling Shoes; All Blues Hail Mary; Lone Pilgrim; Hit Or Miss; Dimming Of The Day; I Want To Come Home; Love And Blessings; Soul Of A Man; Just Dropped In; Charlie Darwin; When The Deal Goes Down.


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