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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.
Josh Phillips Folk Festival - Wicker
Josh Phillips is joined by a huge cast of players for his first "solo" offering, Wicker.
The Giving Tree Band - Unified Folk Theory
The Giving Tree Band's enchanting acoustic sound comes through pure and perfect on their two-disc debut.
Quactus - Once A Pond, A Spine
Quactus makes no quacking bones about it - they draw inspiration from the biggest jam bands of our generation and beyond.
Jango Monkey - Jango Monkey
Rife with piano and rootsy rock melodies, Jango Monkey's self-titled release is loaded with influences that merge oh so sweetly.
Taj Weekes and Adowa - Deidem
Every musical genre has it's problems these days, and reggae is no exception.
Hot Day at the Zoo - Long Way Home
Hailing from Lowell, MA, Hot Day at the Zoo is an acoustic band with serious stylistic depth.
Radiohead - Live DVD
Let me preface with this: Pro-shot Radiohead video footage is good.
Sol'Jibe - New Day
Sol'Jibe will surprise and delight you with their polished, diverse sound, which is informed by influences from all over the globe.
Chef Dave - No Strings Attached
There's a certain voodoo that goes into making southern jam music, and by including Johnny Neel on his latest record, Seth Davis (aka Chef Dave) has tapped into a boundless well of it.
The Bridge - Blind Man's Hill
As impressive as The Bridge has been over the course of their brief career, it seems we're just seeing the surface of what they can do.
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