Tagged: Vinyl

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Sunday Spins: Kurt Vile & Courtney Barnett

Kurt Vile is one of America’s great underrated songwriters and Courtney Barnett has released a few really great records over the past half decade or so

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Saturday Spins: Leon Bridges Good Thing

Leon Bridges occupies a space or two because I dig his particular brand of soul. It’s not too poppy, and it isn’t too experimental to seem like it’s a parody.

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Saturday Spins: Dawes North Hills

Have you ever had the opener actually being better than the main act? While Dawes was performing, we knew they were something special then.

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Saturday Spins: The Beatles Rubber Soul

I know I placed the “underrated” moniker on this album, but that is through the lens of a casual fan of the Beatles, not a fanatic.

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Saturday Spins: Led Zeppelin III

Led Zeppelin III turned 50 years old on Monday. However, many of the songs contained herein are timeless classics.

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Saturday Spins: Dan Auerbach

An mix of rock, Americana, & 70’s style soul/psychedelic rock, from start to finish Dan Auerbach’s Waiting on a Song is truly a masterpiece.

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Saturday Spins: Bright Eyes

I texted my good friend and told him it sounded like early Bright Eyes, but with better production and sound engineering.

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Sunday Spins: The Texas Gentlemen

Do you like Little Feat? The Band? Early Sir Elton John? Then you will for sure like this little band from Texas

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Saturday Spins: Pantera

A lot of thrash metal just rock the f*&$ out, but a band like Pantera contains a bit more refined artistry than one would expect

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Saturday Spins: Ryan Bingham

There are till people that listen to mainstream country music when Ryan Bingham exists, and that is a problem that I am trying to personally remedy.

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Saturday Spins: Warren Zevon

Have you ever put on an album and it absolutely blew your mind? That is a basically what happened to me when I first heard this week’s Saturday Spin. Last week, I discussed Ryan...

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Saturday Spins: Ryan Adams

Let’s talk a little bit about Ryan Adams’s Gold and why it is a landmark record.

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Saturday Spins: Operation Ivy

Operation Ivy was only a band for 2 years, 1987-1989, and as I have often said before, burned bright, but flared out quickly.

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Saturday Spins: The Clash

I am going to, and this will be somewhat controversial, proclaim that Combat Rock is second only to London Calling in the definitive ranking of albums by the Clash.

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