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Better late than never! Deer Tick – Mayonnaise J.S. Ondara – Tales of America Anders Osborne – Alone Ian Noe – Between the Country Of Monsters and Men – Fever Dream Brittney Howard – Jamie The Highwomen Yola – Walk Through Fire Khruangbin – Hasta El Cielo Tool – Fear Inoculum Steve Earle & The […]

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Lukas Nelson & The Promise of the Real Josh Ritter – Gathering Deer Tick – Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 Jason Isbell – The Nashville Sound The War on Drugs – A Deeper Understanding The Wailin’ Jennys The Lone Bellow – Walk Into A Storm Sean Rowe – New Lore Laura Marling – Semper Femina […]

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Here are my favorite albums of the year. Leave a comment with your favorites. The Black Keys – El Camino Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit – Here We Rest Feist – Metals Bon Iver Deer Tick – Divine Providence Middle Brother The Decemberists – The King Is Dead Ryan Adams – Ashes and Fire […]

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Here are my favorite albums of the year. Enjoy! Justin Townes Earle – Harlem River Blues Band of Horses – Infinite Arms Bobby Bare, Jr – A Storm, A Tree, My Mother’s Head John Mellencamp – No Better Than This Josh Ritter – So Runs The World Away Laura Marling – I Speak Because I […]

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The Avett Brother’s new album “I and Love and You” is a masterpiece. There, I said it. Before you read on you really should hear it for yourself. Understand, its gets better with repeat listens, so go now go buy it and then come back again. See? This is a great album. I just listened […]

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I have a great new find to report, the band Minky Starshine and their debut album “Unidentified Hit Record.” As the blog Captains Dead extols: just about every track on here is hook-laden power pop goodness that, in a perfect world, would and could dominate the airwaves of your local top 40. Agreed. Give it […]

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Yesterday’s New York Times profiled a band from Ohio called the Heartless Bastards. Sounded interesting. So I opened lala.com and clicked on their 2006 album All This Time. Wow. I may have found a new obsession. Erika Wennerstrom leads this trio with a deep, powerful voice built for belting rock songs. The NYT profile described […]

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A happy 63 to one of my rock heros, Neil Young. And Neil shares a birthday with another hero of mine, my sister Dawn. Happy Birthday Dawn! She is not, NOT 63.

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I really respect Neil Young as an artist and as someone who acts on his beliefs. This is an hour long conversation with Charlie Rose.

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The Moog Guitar, from the guy (company) who brought us the Moog Synthesizer. This thing looks wicked. I know only a smidgen about guitars, so I can’t really appreciate this to the full extent. But these guys are stoked. Lou Reed — that’s a pretty good testimonial. via Wired

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