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Lone Justice: Newfound Ways To Be Wicked

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Despite the righteous advocacy of a like-minded artist by the name of Linda Ronstadt at the outset of its ultimately still-born career, Lone Justice stands as one of the most egregious victims of hype this side of Moby Grape. Charmingly guileless in the nascent stages of their evolution, the group ultimately succumbed to errant execution in ...

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The Long Ryders: Psychedelic Country Soul

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The Long Ryders remained on the periphery of the so-called Paisley Underground of the '80s, resting virtually alone in the “cowpunk" niche until Uncle Tupelo appeared in the next decade under the aegis of “alternative country." Shepherded by Coal Porters member and Million Dollar Bash author Sid Griffin, The Long Ryders have periodically regrouped for brief ...

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Son Volt: Okemah And The Melody Of Riot - Deluxe Edition

Read "Okemah And The Melody Of Riot - Deluxe Edition" reviewed by Doug Collette

Jay Farrar has hardly shown himself to be a self-promoter during the course of his career. Dating back to the alternative country band Uncle Tupelo through his ongoing solo efforts and intermittently leading the similarly-styled Son Volt, this taciturn man has preferred to make his statements almost solely through his music. An exception to his low ...

Uncle Tupelo: No Depression Legacy Edition

Label: Legacy Recordings
Released: 2014
Track listing: CD 1: Graveyard Shift; That Year; Before I Break; No Depression; Factory Belt; Whiskey Bottle; Outdone; Train; Life Worth Livin’; Flatness; So Called Friend; Screen Door; John Hardy; Left In The Dark; Won’t Forget; I Got Drunk; Sin City; Whiskey Bottle. CD 2: Not Forever, Just For Now; Outdone; That Year; Whiskey Bottle; Flatness; I Got Drunk; Before I Break; Life Worth Livin’; Train; Graveyard Shift; Screen Door; No Depression; Blues Die Hard; Before I Break; I Got Drunk; Screen Door; Blues Die Hard; Pickle River

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Uncle Tupelo: No Depression Legacy Edition

Read "Uncle Tupelo: No Depression Legacy Edition" reviewed by Doug Collette

It may not be entirely accurate to state Uncle Tupelo invented alternative country music, but it is very close to the truth to say that by incorporating influences as disparate as The Stooges and the Carter Family, they defined the diversity integrated within this style of music evolving in the late Eighties and early Nineties. Accordingly, ...

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Legacy Announces Record Store Day Exclusives for November 29th

Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, is rolling out an incredible line-up of collectible 12" and 7" vinyl releases created especially for Record Store Day's Back to Black Friday 2013, celebrated this year at the nation's independent record stores on Friday, November 29, 2013. For RSD Back To Black Friday 2013, Legacy is ...


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