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Los Lonely Boys: Revelation

“The Texan trio has never been constrained by genre, but here they let their imagination wild, dabbling in every sound or style that’s ever tickled their fancy….[I]ts freshness proves that ten years after their 2004 breakthrough, the band is as lively as ever and, in some sly subtle ways, better than ever too.” –All Music [...]

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Jason Isbell: Southeastern

“The overall tone of this fine set is one of quiet and thoughtful honesty with one’s life and past and the knowledge that personal redemption has to be earned again and again each and every day. It is, quite frankly, Isbell’s best solo album thus far.” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog

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“Termed a ‘Southern gothic musical,’ Ghost Brothers of Darkland County was scripted by novelist Stephen King with the music coming from maverick heartland rocker John Mellencamp, a collaboration a bit left-field for both artists. This set includes Mellencamp’s songs interspersed with key dialogue from King’s libretto….They… may well be among the best Mellencamp has ever [...]

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John Hiatt: Mystic Pinball

“Hiatt is having a great run as a songwriter — on this disc, the shaggy dog stories are funny, the blues numbers are full of righteous swagger, and he can sing about love like a guy who is still learning a few things at the age of 60 (and his voice is in fine shape, [...]

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