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The Old 97s

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Graveyard Whistling

Label: ATO
Released: 2017
Track listing: I Don’t Wanna Die in this Town; Bad Luck Charm; All Who Wander; Jesus Loves You; Good with God; She Hates Everyone; Irish Whiskey Pretty Girls; Nobody; Drinkin’ Song; Turns Out I’m Trouble; Those Were the Days.

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Article: Album Review

The Old 97s: Graveyard Whistling

Read "Graveyard Whistling" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Much of the evolution occurring within a given genre of music occurs in response to predominant movements within that music. For example, in jazz, bebop was a response to the swing era, the latter emphasizing ensemble charts over individual virtuosity and the former celebrating the individual soloist in improvisation. Bebop stimulated the cool jazz movement, featuring ...

Album

Most Messed Up

Label: ATO
Released: 2014
Track listing: Longer Than You've Been Alive; Give It Time; Let's Get Drunk & Get It On; This Is the Ballad; Wheels Off; Nashville; Wasted; Guadalajara; The Disconnect; The Ex of All You See.

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Article: Album Review

The Old 97s: Most Messed Up

Read "Most Messed Up" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


How great is it to discover a band that has been here all along? The Old 97s are nothing new. Coming together in Dallas in 1993, the popular quartet led by the aptly-named Rhett Butler has recorded 15 studio CDs since 1994's Hitchhike to Rhome (Idol Records). The band emerged as part of ...


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