By Valerie MacEwan
Punctuated by illicit sexual forays, bursts of rage, terse interpretations of 1950s middle-class Caucasian Judeo-Christian priorities, and a few songs of the Old South, 'Fearless Jones' leaves very few stones unturned.
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KEN Mode: Success
Susie Glaze and the HiLonesome Band: Not That Kind of Girl
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