• 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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While the intended meaning of “The Tourist” from Radiohead's third studio album OK Computer is debatable, a few things about the song are certain. Thom Yorke's golden voice Read More
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Strip away the emphasis on consumerism and the superfluous obligations that are attached to the holidays and you will find a message that invokes the compassionate, caring aspect of humanity. In all Read More
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November 25, 1968 marked The Beatles’ U.S. release of what became commonly known as The White Album. It was their ninth studio album and followed the monstrous Sgt. Pepper album. Due to Pepper’s Read More
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Nick Drake wrote some of the most moving acoustic music this generation has heard, yet to this very day he remains a relatively overlooked artist. Read More
Recording sessions for The Beatles’ historic "Strawberry Fields Forever" began on November 24 in 1966. Credited to the Lennon/McCartney partnership, the song was actually written solely Read More
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