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Album Review: Mary Chapin Carpenter - 'The Things That We Are Made Of'

Mary Chapin Carpenter wasn’t sure who would be interested in producing her fifteenth album, The Things That We Are Made Of, as she rarely keeps up with current trends. 705 more words

Album Reviews

Album Review - Wheeler Walker Jr.'s 'Redneck Shit'

[Warning: This album contains a lot of strong, crude language. There are many sexual themes and references in every song. This review is an uncensored look at it. 1,365 more words



Or: Southern Family‘s ties that bind.

Southern Family is a patchwork mosaic, epic in its themes and its sense of history but intimate in its detail and its craft; you only see the big picture when you step back to consider the panoramic view. 1,315 more words

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Country Perspective's Best Country & Americana Music - March 2016

Time to take look at the best of March! If you’re not familiar or just started reading the blog, here’s the drill: Each month Derek and myself will take a look back on the month that was and share our thoughts on the music that was released and some of our favorites. 852 more words

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Dave Cobb & Various Artists- Southern Family Album Review

I rarely pay attention to compilation albums because they usually do not feel as authentic as actual albums. They are usually strung together in order to profit on the idea that people can get a lot of great artists on one record. 865 more words


Lake Street Dive Reinvents Soul Music

Nothing makes me happier than seeing a renaissance of a music genre from decades past (other than maybe a Chick-fil-a  chicken sandwich). After its birth in the 1950s, soul hasn’t died, the times have just changed. 491 more words


Friday News and Notes

It’s Friday, y’all! Got a few items of note heading into a hard-earned weekend: