• Blitzen Trapper

    Blitzen Trapper - Girl In A Coat

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  • Dawes

    Dawes - All Your Favorite Bands- Freedom and Enlightment

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  • Bon Iver

    Bon Iver - Michicant- Frost Took Up The Eyes

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  • Bruce Springsteen

    4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) - Bruce Springsteen

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  • The Jayhawks

    The Jayhawks - Two Angels - Hank Williams On Speed

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  • Rolling Stones - Street Fighting Man-The Dream Is Over

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  • The Beatles

    Sun King - The Beatles

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  • Bob Mould

    Black Sheets Of Rain- Ryan Adams Covers Bob Mould

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  • Layne Staley

    Remembering Layne Staley

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In 2011 Patterson Hood of the Drive-by Truckers decided to write a semi-autobiographical novel about a particularly difficult time in his life in the 90s. "I was 27, my band broke up, I got divorced Read More
"Memory Pain" from Second Winter, released in October of 1969, highlights Winter's superb and very individual approach to the Blues Read More
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