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Month: July 2012

Mississippi Roll is the second album from Jack Klatt & The Cat Swingers.  Fifteen tracks of new originals & dusted off traditionals that combine country blues, western swing and ragtime into a thoroughly modern configuration that will tickle you with the chubby fingers of Fats Waller.  The true blue in this river is found in the prominent collaborations with four of Minnesota’s most inspirational emissaries of traditional American music; Spider John Koerner, James Samuel “Cornbread” Harris, Dakota Dave Hull and Charlie Parr. So ride the river, soak up some songs and join us as two generations of musicians collide for one night to celebrate the release of Mississippi Roll.

mp3 320 kbps | 107 MB | UJ

2011’s Starlight Hotel established Zoe Muth as one of the best under-the-radar country artists out there, with a plaintive voice that wrapped around well-written songs like “Let’s Just Be Friends for Tonight” and “If I Can’t Trust You with a Quarter (How Can I Trust You with My Heart).” With her new EP Old Gold (out July 24), the Seattle singer-songwriter puts down her pen and covers a handful of songs from artists who’ve influenced her over the years, including John Prine and Anna McGarrigle.

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This is early Drive-By Truckers live album “Alabama Ass Whoopin’”.

Tracklist:

01-Why Henry Drinks
02-Lookout Mountain
03-Living Bubba
04-Too Much Sex (Too Little Jesus)
05-Don’t Be In Love Around Me
06-18 Wheels Of Love
07-The Avon Lady
08-Margo And Harold
09-Buttholeville
10-Steve McQueen
11-People Who Died
12-Love Like This

mp3 128 kbps | 84 MB | UJ


The first thing that hits you about Canterbury band Syd Arthur, is how comfortably recognisable they are. Although the quartet describe themselves as producing ‘psychedelic funk rock’, it requires a big stretch of the imagination to find any basis for the implied edgy, bohemian sound. Instead, debut On An On features Liam Magill (guitar, vocals), Raven Bush (violin), Fred Rother (drums), and Joel Magill (bass), using a cacophony of different instruments, to create an overall package that resembles the love child of David Gray and Jamie Cullum more than Jimi Hendrix or Talking Heads.

mp3 VBR~247 kbps | 76 MB | UJ

Tomorrow Never Knows is being released exclusively on iTunes. The set contains 14 of the Fab Four’s “most powerful rock songs,” from “Paperback Writer” and “Back in the USSR” to “It’s All Too Much” and “Savoy Truffle.”

01. Revolution
02. Paperback Writer
03. And Your Bird Can Sing
04. Helter Skelter
05. Savoy Truffle
06. I’m Down
07. I’ve Got a Feeling (Naked Version)
08. Back In the U.S.S.R.
09. You Can’t Do That
10. It’s All Too Much
11. She Said She Said
12. Hey Bulldog
13. Tomorrow Never Knows
14. The End (Anthology 3 Version)

m4a 256 kbps | 97 MB | UJ

Tracklist:

01. Are you ready for the country
02. Hawks & doves
03. Comes a time
04. Bound for glory
05. Let your fingers do the walking
06. Are there any more real cowboys
07. Heart of gold
08. Roll another number
09. Southern pacific
10. Needle and the damage done
11. Helples
12. California sunset
13. It might have been
14. Get back to the country
15. Field of opportunity
16. Get back to the country

mp3 192 kbps | 85 MB | UJ

New release from singer, songwriter and Indie icon Will Oldham AKA Bonnie Prince Billy. There comes a time in a man’s life, where he has to take stock, and it’s good that if during that time, that he can do so in the company of friends. Bonnie Prince Billy is one such man, found on Now Here’s My Plan circling back to six of his old tunes plucked from past releases, such as a reworking of his seminal “I See A Darkness”, “Beast For Thee” and “After I Made Love To You” to name a few, all recorded with Steve Albini.

mp3 320 kbps | 54 MB | UJ

Sunday Mornin Singin brings Rhonda Vincent full circle transcending her musical way of life into a successful career, and the coronation as the new Queen of Bluegrass, as proclaimed by the Wall Street  Journal. With a lifetime of accolades, Rhonda and her band The Rage, emerge as the Most Awarded Band in Bluegrass Music, with over 80 awards. Sunday Mornin Singin is the epitome of Rhonda Vincent. Growing up playing music with her family, to the musicians she met along the way that shaped her sound and the very person she is. This project celebrates the culmination of family values coupled with a passion for the music, continuous hard work, and the development of a career that many artists use as a template. Though life may not be a scorecard, Rhonda Vincent receives high marks for her music and the highest regard for her human race. You will find her love and kindness here, as she returns to her hometown for a Sunday Mornin Singin!

mp3 128 kbps | 47 MB | UJ


Tracklist:

CD1
1. Only The Lonely-Roy Orbison
2. Three Steps To Heaven-Eddie Cochran
3. Peggy Sue-Buddy Holly
4. Halfway To Paradise-Billy Fury
5. Hello Mary Lou-Ricky Nelson
6. What Do You Want-Adam Faith
7. The Night Has A Thousand Eyes-Bobby Vee
8. Move It-Cliff Richard And The Shadows
9. Tutti Frutti-Little Richard
10. All I Have To Do Is Dream-Everly Brothers
11. Memphis Tennessee-Chuck Berry
12. Things-Bobby Darin
13. Shakin’ All Over-Johnny Kidd And The Pirates
14. Singing The Blues-Tommy Steele
15. Mystery Girl-Jess Conrad
16. Little Town Flirt-Del Shannon
17. Johnny Remember Me-John Leyton
18. Rock Island Line-Lonnie Donegan
19. The Wanderer-Dion
20. Teenager In Love-Marty Wilde
21. The Twist-Chubby Checker
22. Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen-Neil Sedaka
23. That’s What Love Will Do-Joe Brown
24. Blue Jean Bop-Gene Vincent
25. Well I Ask You-Eden Kane

CD2

1. Return To Sender-Elvis Presley
2. Cathy’s Clown-Everly Brothers
3. Rubber Ball-Bobby Vee
4. C’mon Everybody-Eddie Cochran
5. Let’s Twist Again-Chubby Checker
6. Runaway-Del Shannon
7. It’s Late-Ricky Nelson
8. Breaking Up Is Hard To Do-Neil Sedaka
9. Don’t You Rock Me Daddy-O-Lonnie Donegan
10. A Picture Of You-Joe Brown
11. Cherry Pie-Jess Conrad
12. Be-Bopa-Lula-Gene Vincent
13. It Doesn’t Matter Anymore-Buddy Holly
14. Rock With The Caveman-Tommy Steele
15. Donna-Marty Wilde
16. Nine Times Out Of Ten-Cliff Richard And The Shadows
17. Sweet Little Sixteen-Chuck Berry
18. Long Tall Sally-Little Richard
19. Jealousy-Billy Fury
20. Dream Lover-Bobby Darin
21. Poor Me-Adam Faith
22. Wild Wind-John Leyton
23. Runaround Sue-Dion
24. I’ll Never Get Over You-Johnny Kid And The Pirates
25. In Blue Jeans-Mark Wynter Venus

mp3 320 kbps | 261 MB | UJ

Robert Plant – vocals
Patty Griffin – guitar, vocals
Buddy Miller – guitar, vocals
Darell Scott – pedal steel, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vocals
Byron House – bass
Marco Giovino – drums

Tracklist:

01 – Intro
02 – Black Dog
03 – Angel Dance
04 – Houses Of The Holy
05 – House Of Cards
06 – Cindy, I’ll Marry You Someday
07 – Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down
08 – Somewhere Trouble Don’t Go
09 – Tangerine
10 – A Satisfied Mind
11 – Move Up
12 – Down To The Sea
13 – Ramble On
14 – Gallows Pole
15 – In The Mood
16 – Rock And Rol
17 – I Bid You Goodnight
18 – Quatro

mp3 320 kbps | 184 MB | UJ

Can you believe it’s been almost a decade since Mic Harrison took on the High Score as his backing band? In that span Mic and co. have become a Knoxville institution, delivering a spate of solid albums, steadily touring the Southeast, and always knocking ’em out at their sweaty, beer-soaked shows. The band has been consistently solid for, like, ever. But their latest album, Still Wanna Fight, is by far their best effort yet.There are three elements that make the Mic/High Score formula work so well. The first is songcraft: Mic is a master at writing catchy, rocking songs that address the human condition from a barstool perspective. The second element is the band’s just-right mix of twang and power-chord crunch, which falls somewhere in between Cheap trick and Steve Earle. The third element, Harrison’s secret weapon, is Robbie Trosper, the lead guitarist who turns simple songs into anthems. Trosper occupies a sonic territory somewhere between Mick Ronson and Guided by Voices’ Doug Gillard, which is to say he’s amazing.

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The Turnpike Troubadours, whose name derived from the bumpy Oklahoma toll-roads and their hard lived folk singing heroes, are proof that isolation can be the mother of originality. Cutting their teeth in the roadside dance halls and honk-tonks has made a serious impact on the band s musical style, which walks the line between Woody Guthrie and Waylon Jennings. Goodbye, Normal Street, the bands third album , is testament to the small towns in which they were raised. It combines folk, country, Cajun, and bluegrass with stories of longing, humor, tragedy, and general life in rural America. Breaking down traditional barriers between the audience and the stage is something in which they excel. Fast, gritty, and often drenched in beer, the Troubadours perform to both their fans and new audience members with a genuine sincerity about them. They continually gather ground both literally and figuratively as they travel up, down and across the country…Luther Dickinson

mp3 VBR~257 kbps | 92 MB | UJ

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