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Bourgeois Gypsies - Faulty Fairytales CD
The Bourgeois Gypsies, in the spirit of the old troubadours, offer an enchanting mix of tunes in this collection of folk songs and swamp ballads.
Equaleyes - While I'm Alive CD
This album, featuring engaging vocals, likable melodies, and catchy guitar riffs, will please those who like well-crafted, tight songs.
Lotus - Hammerstrike CD
Hammerstrike, with its warm, danceable qualities and rock-n-roll “edge,” adds another chapter to Lotus’ legacy as accomplished studio artists.
Thievery Corporation - Radio Retaliation CD
Radio Retaliation features the signature sound and dense, imaginative grooves that have catapulted Thievery to the top of the electronic music scene.
Jimmy Landry - New Day CD
Over the years, Jimmy Landry has traveled across the globe garnering experiences that have resulted in a collection of warm, sing-along tunes entitled “New Day.”
David Gans - The Ones That Look The Weirdest Taste the Best CD
David Gans has released a charming, homespun collection of original songs that illustrate his roots in folk and jam rock.
Ray LaMontagne - Gossip in the Grain CD
Ray LaMontagne’s release, “Gossip in the Grain,” presents a finely crafted album of wistful ballads and emotive songs that draw from a rich legacy of styles and influences
The Station - The Speed Of Sound - Live at Marly's
The Station’s 2008 double disc, “The Speed of Sound – Live at Marly’s” offers two plus hours of ambitious, genre-bending rock and roll.
Euphonic Brew - In A Sea Of Stained Glass
The moment that Euphonic Brew’s lead track, “Green, Red, Gray, Pink” off the Summer 2008 release, “In a Sea of Stained Glass” starts to spin, one is immediately transported ahead in time…or is it back?
SciFi - SciFi CD
Sci-Fi’s self-titled release on Coma Gun Records (Asheville, NC) presents a pleasing concoction of exploratory jazz and organically driven electronica that moves the body, yet satisfies the head.
The Mantras - How Many? CD
The Mantras’ 2007 release, “How Many?” features many of their “live” staple songs in a warm, well-produced studio effort.
Deep Blue Sun - Live at Tree Sound
Deep Blue Sun's musical and emotional depth is perfectly captured on Live at Tree Sound.
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