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The Essentials: Joss Stone - The Soul Sessions

Great albums transcend time. Such is the case with The Soul Sessions, the debut album of Joss Stone. Released in the U.K. on September 16, 2003, and in the U.S. 273 more words


Make It, Don't Fake It. The Ultimate Butt Workout for 2017

How many times have you walked into the gym and thought, crap what’s the plan here?

With this easy to follow guide, you’ll have a booty to rival Nikki Blackketter and Jen Selter in no time!  172 more words


The Essentials: Steve Earle - Guitar Town

There are a handful of artists and acts that can claim credit for the laying the foundation for the alt. country/Americana scene that went mainstream during the early ‘90s, beginning with the most obvious: Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris. 223 more words


The Essentials: Tift Merritt - Another Country

There’s but three criteria that I use when selecting my “essential” recommendations. They have to be at least five years old; they have to be excellent from start to finish; and they have to be albums that I think everyone should hear, at least once. 461 more words


The Essentials: The Flying Burrito Brothers - self-titled

The first Flying Burrito Brothers album I purchased was the two-LP Close Up the Honky Tonks compilation that covered the band’s prime 1968-72 years. It collected tracks from their first two albums with Gram Parsons, b-sides and a few rarities. 401 more words


The Essentials: Lone Justice - self-titled

Here’s a new, occasional series: Albums that, in my estimation, everyone should experience at least once in their life.

First up: Lone Justice’s self-titled debut, which was released on April 15, 1985. 328 more words


Trail Of Dead Essentials

Title: Trail Of Dead Essentials
Type: Playlist
Tracks: 30
Length: 2 hours 15 minutes

01  Trail Of Dead “Worlds Apart”
02  Trail Of Dead “It Was There That I Saw You” 167 more words