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“Ultimately, you can listen to Temple Beautiful for the superficial catchiness of its tunes, Prophet’s slashed guitar chords and his searching, keening vocals and have a good time. And if you want to, you can listen more closely to what he’s getting at on this album, and experience the album as one man’s alternative history [...]

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“A country music maverick, [Rodney Crowell]‘s written some great songs, been a top-line country star with videos and the whole enchilada, was married to Rosanne Cash for over a dozen years, and has collaborated with Emmylou Harris and countless others as a songwriter, musician, and producer….[T]he songs on Kin are smart, literary, lyrical, full of [...]

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“T-Bone Burnett is Nashville‘s music producer. He enlisted some of Music City’s finest songwriters and the help of longtime friend Buddy Miller to co-produce (and perform on) most of the songs here. The end result is a collection that provides a compelling argument that contemporary country music doesn’t need to divorce itself from its history… [...]

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“Young Oklahoma singer/songwriter John Fullbright’s debut is everything you’d want an Americana troubadour’s first outing to be — striking, fresh, and full of promise… Fullbright consistently displays a level of lyrical finesse that would be impressive in an artist with twice as many years behind him, which only bodes well for his future work.” –All [...]

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