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731. Greetings from L.A. - Tim Buckley

Brief Background: Greetings from L.A. was recorded in June of 1972 and released in October of the same year. The album, like most of Buckley’s, didn’t sell well. 232 more words

New Style, One Friday Only!

New to Huddersfield Parish Church for Fridays in Lent. Using some music not normally found in an Anglican church, alongside the words of a simple Eucharist and a little scripture. 182 more words

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Mad Mackerel Recommends... Jagged Leaves

An outcast of the D.C. suburbs, Dan Penta arrived in New York City in 1999, quickly becoming a staple of the anti-folk scene. But while friends like… 120 more words

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Angus Maude Turns Inches Into Miles

At first glance, 19 year old Angus Maude’s Little Evenings, Long Nights is a fond glimpse into suburban teen romance. However, the latest edition to Maude’s ever growing oeuvre also touches on death, longing and despair, sprinkled with the healthy reminder of a bright future lurking just around the corner. 612 more words

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SYE ELAINE SPENCE. SINGER, WRITER, ARTIST

SYE ELAINE SPENCE

Native to New York, Sye Elaine Spence has graced the City of Atlanta with her unique genre of traditional folk music. Pairing Tantalizing vocals with perfectly placed banjo strums, the young artist brings a welcomed calm to the cities diverse music scene. 387 more words

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