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New CDs from North Mississippi Allstars and Acoustic Syndicate and a couple new DVDs as well - plus a video of P-Groove's Brock Butler sitting in with The Mantras at Mantrabash Sunday night!

In this issue:

. New Additions
. Coming Soon
. Upcoming Festivals
. Video of the Week

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New Releases

North Mississippi AllstarsNorth Mississippi Allstars - World Boogie is Coming CD - The seventh studio album from the Americana music luminaries. They produced it themselves at their own Zebra Ranch Studios in Coldwater, MS, aside from a day in the studio with Robert Plant (and his harmonica) at Memphis' legendary Royal Studios. The Dickinson Brothers did it with the help of long-time friends, Lightnin' Malcolm, Duwayne and Garry Burnside, Kenny Brown, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Sharde Thomas, Chris Chew, Sid and Steve Selvidge, Plant and others. World Boogie Is Coming is the record that perfectly ties it all together, fusing the elements that have made the Allstars special while pushing the band's sound further into the future than ever before.

Acoustic SyndicateAcoustic Syndicate - Rooftop Garden CD - With a touring and recording history of more than 20 years, a strong following regionally and beyond, and a history of playing festivals like Bonnaroo and Farm Aid, North Carolina favorites Acoustic Syndicate return with their first record since 2004.

 

 

 

Song of the South DVDSong of the South: Duane Allman and the Rise of the Allman Brothers DVD - Duane Allman, the lead guitarist and driving force behind Southern Rock pioneers The Allman Brothers Band, lived a tragically short life, but during his brief career he changed music forever. With contributions from an illustrious and highly knowledgeable cast of friends, insiders and experts, plus rare footage and exclusive interviews, this film looks at Duane's life, work and musical output.

 

 

Jazz Fest 1969New Orleans Jazz Festival 1969 DVD - Live performances from Jazz icons Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughn, Count Basie and more. Recorded at the New Orleans Jazz Festival in 1969.

 

 

 

 

Coming Soon


Moon TaxiMoon Taxi - Mountains Beaches Cities CD- For their third album, indie rock quintet Moon Taxi explored new landscapes by amping up the speed and turning up the volume.

"One thing we didn't want to do was stray too far from what we did before," keyboardist Wes Bailey says in a press release. "We really knew that things for the band had shifted in a good direction and we were growing because of our last record (Cabaret). We wanted to continue the energy we created from that record."

Last Week:

 

Quicksilver Messenger ServiceQuicksilver Messenger Service - Live at The Old Mill Tavern 3/29/70 CD- A vintage live album from a newly reunited 6-piece lineup of San Francisco s premier psychedelic jam band, Quicksilver Messenger Service!

With Dino Valenti back at the helm as lead vocalist and keyboard wizard Nicky Hopkins (Rolling Stones) on board alongside the classic Cipollina-Duncan-Freiberg-Elmore quartet, QMS rips through several new songs and old favorites with a outrageous energy and spirit!

Also includes the legendary blues harpist James Cotton trading licks with the band on 2 extended jam sessions!

 

Upcoming Events:

Sept 5-8 - Lockn'- Arrington, VA

Sept 6-8 - Catskill Chill - Hancock, NY

Sept 12-15 - Pink Moon Music Festival - Rock Camp, WV

Sept 27-29 - H-Blast - Locust Hill, NC

Sept 27-29 - Meeting of the Minds VI - Meshoppen, PA

Oct 4-6 - Hardly Strictly Bluegrass - San Francisco, CA

Oct 10-13 - Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival - Pittsboro, NC

Video of the Week:

The Mantras with special guest Brock Butler "Stealy Man" & "The Boy in the Bubble" live from Mantrabash 2013

Thanks for reading! Treat yourself to some good music this week.
- Lee Crumpton

 
     





  
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