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250 Word Album Review: Dismal Swamp Lords EP

The Dismal Swamp Lords could be any bar band. They also could be your favorite bar band just as easily. Their bluesy rock pulls few punches, they just hold steady on their righteous path. 207 more words

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250 Word Album Review: Jason Isbell - Something More Than Free

Jason Isbell’s last record “Southeastern” catapulted him into a whole new stratosphere of stardom. He used good songwriting as his main selling point and gladly traded in noisy half full bars for sold out mid sized theaters where the crowd hangs on every word. 241 more words

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250 Word Album Review: Ike Reilly - Born On Fire

Ike Reilly is so underrated it makes orphan children cry themselves to sleep. Alright, maybe not but the fact that he isn’t a more well know act if baffling. 250 more words

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Ashley Raines & The New West Revue - After The Bruising

David Byrne once said that singing was a trick to get people to listen to music longer than they would ordinarily, Ashley Raines takes the opposite approach. 243 more words

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250 Word Album Review: Cracker - Berkeley To Bakersfield

Cracker has always used a lot of geography in their songs. Their lyrics often contain quaint places from the two chief songwriters’ pasts. Berkeley To Bakersfield… 333 more words

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250 Word Album Review: Lucinda Williams - Down Where The Spirit Meets The Bone

  • Artist: Lucinda Williams
  • Album: Down Where The Spirit Meets The Bone (2014)
  • Purchased at: Hastings (St. Joseph, MO) 3xLP vinyl for $34

A triple album is a lot to swallow. 226 more words

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250 Word Album Review: James Williamson - Re-Licked

James Williamson was in The Stooges and he will always be linked to them. He embraces that (and uses it) on his “solo” album Re-Licked… 254 more words

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