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The Better Angels of Our Nature
Nothing Is Okay
Strangers Almanac (Deluxe Edition)
Strangers Almanac is the second studio album by American alternative country band Whiskeytown, released on July 29, 1997 on Geffen and Outpost Records. The album was reissued as a deluxe edition with bonus tracks and an additional disc of previously unreleased material on March 4, 2008.
Acne / Ears
Makers is the 2006 release from Seattle singer-songwriter Rocky Votolato. It marks his debut on Barsuk Records after previously releasing albums on Second Nature Records. The album is characterized by sparse arrangements, focusing mainly on Votolato's voice and guitar work. Votolato's songwriting skills are on display in his most folk-sounding release to date.
Uncle Tupelo 89/93: An Anthology
89/93: An Anthology is a retrospective compilation album by American alternative country band Uncle Tupelo, released in 2002 by Legacy Recordings.
The compilation contains mostly original songs from Uncle Tupelo's four studio albums. "Outdone" is a demo version of the song released on No Depression. "I Wanna Be Your Dog" was previously unreleased. "Looking for a Way Out" is an acoustic version of the track released on Still Feel Gone. "Effigy", a Creedence Clearwater Revival cover, was originally released on the 1993 compilation album No Alternative.
Two Cow Garage
High Uinta High
Songs for Slim: Ballad of the Opening Band / From the Git Go
Jeff Tweedy / Lucero
Heat Lightning Rumbles In The Distance
Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance is the third solo album by Drive-By Truckers frontman Patterson Hood, released on September 11, 2012 on ATO Records.
the fake that sunk a thousand ships
Is Doin' Stuff
The Evening Rig
Magnolia Electric Co.
Josephine is Magnolia Electric Co.'s third and final studio album, and the first after Fading Trails in 2006. For the album, the band teamed up once again with engineer Steve Albini at his Electrical Audio Studios in Chicago. The record was conceived as a tribute to late Magnolia Electric Co. bass guitarist Evan Farrell. The album took two weeks to write and record.
You Can't Live This Way
Drag The River
One Fast Move Or I'm Gone Music From Kerouac's Big Sur
Jay Farrar & Benjamin Gibbard
One Fast Move or I'm Gone: Kerouac's Big Sur is an album by Ben Gibbard and Jay Farrar, released in 2009. The lyrics are based on the prose of Jack Kerouac's novel Big Sur. One Fast Move or I'm Gone was a result of Gibbard's and Farrar's mutual appreciation for Kerouac's work while recording several songs for a feature-length documentary of the same name.
Early Morning Hymns
The Carlton Chronicles: Not Until the Operation's Through
South San Gabriel
The Carlton Chronicles: Not Until the Operation's Through is an album released by South San Gabriel in 2005.
The album's songs are written from the perspective of a cat named Carlton. It was recorded in Argyle, Texas over a three week period.
Allmusic writer John Schacht gave it a four-star reviewing, calling it "an exquisite foray into wistfulness so sublime you can't help but feel elation mingled with the sadness". Exclaim!'s Chris Wibbs called it "a voyage well worth taking, despite the oddity of it being about a cat".
Decoration Day is a rock album released by Drive-By Truckers in 2003. The album was recorded mostly live over two weeks at Chase Park Transduction Studios in Athens, Georgia, and was produced by noted producer and former Sugar bassist David Barbe. The album is the Truckers' fifth, including their live album Alabama Ass Whuppin', following the critically acclaimed Southern Rock Opera. The album features a more mellow, stripped down, and reserved sound compared to Southern Rock Opera's heavy hitting southern rock.
Decoration Day is the first album to feature Jason Isbell on guitar; he would record two more albums with the band before leaving to pursue a solo career in 2007.
The All Night Bedroom Revival
Lonely Road Revival
Hit By a Train: The Best of Old 97's
Hit By A Train: The Best of Old 97's is a best-of compilation album by American country/rock band Old 97's, first released on June 20, 2006.
Brad Hoshaw & the Seven Deadlies
Brad Hoshaw & the Seven Deadlies
We Live On Cliffs
Adam Haworth Stephens
Red Dust Rising
The Ghost Of Fashion
The Ghost of Fashion is the third album by indie rock band Clem Snide. The song "Ice Cube" was released as a single in Europe, and the song "Moment in the Sun" was used as the theme song during the second season of the NBC television program Ed, later spawning an EP of the same title.
The Ghost of Fashion was ranked the 3rd best album of 2001 by Rolling Stone critic David Peisner, and Robert Christgau ranked it #27 on his 2001 Pazz & Jop Dean's List.
The Felice Brothers
The Felice Brothers
The Felice Brothers is The Felice Brothers' fifth album and their first major release. It was released on March 4, 2008, and includes five tracks previously released on their hard-to-find Adventures of the Felice Brothers Vol. 1.
Like a fire that consumes all before it...
Stronger at the Broken Places
Dignity and Shame
Dignity and Shame is the fourth album recorded by the indie rock band Crooked Fingers. This album was chosen as one of Amazon.com's Top 100 Editor's Picks of 2005. It has been billed as a concept album based on the lives of bullfighter Manolete and Spanish actress Lupe Sino. Lara Meyerratken is featured on lead vocals on four songs.
American indie-rock band, The National covered "Sleep All Summer" with St. Vincent for the album SCORE! 20 Years of Merge Records. Singer Eric Bachmann collaborated with singer/songwriter Neko Case on a cover of "Sleep All Summer" for her album Hell-On.
Oh Tall Tree In The Ear
We Are All Alone in This Together
Let Me Live
Band of Annuals
Trace is the first album by Son Volt, released in 1995. The band was formed the previous year by Jay Farrar after the breakup of the influential alt-country band Uncle Tupelo. The album reached #166 on the Billboard 200 album chart and received extremely favorable reviews. According to Allmusic, "Throughout Son Volt's debut, Trace, the group reworks classic honky tonk and rock & roll, adding a desperate, determined edge to their performances. Even when they rock out, there is a palpable sense of melancholy to Farrar's voice, which lends a poignancy to the music." The album was in the top 10 of Rolling Stone's 1995 critics' list.
"Drown" was a minor college and rock radio hit. It charted at #10 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and #25 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart. It remains their only single to land on either of the charts.
Victims, Enemies & Old Friends
Doc Dailey & Magnolia Devil
Past Life Crashing
Whiskey & Co.
Whiskey & Co.
The Strangest Light
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