Articles tagged uncle tupelo

Counterbalance: Uncle Tupelo’s ‘No Depression’

Fear the hearts of men are failing. These are latter days we know. The great depression now is spreading. God's word declared it would be so. I'm going where there's only the 2,839th most acclaimed album of all time. An alt-rock bellwether is this week's Counterbalance.

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High Flying: Pop Goes Country

1991 was a significant, even historic year, for country music, giving a strong indication of the direction it would take from then on to now.

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The Gary - “(Eyes in the) Taproom” (MP3)

I miss regular-guy music. While I certainly appreciate arty, and theatrical, and over-the-top, sometimes I just want to rock out to some dudes who look

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No Depression #76 by Grant Alden and Peter Blackstock

The bookazine’s quality, both in its outward appearance and its sophisticated writing style, continues the tradition of bringing exposure to non-commercial grade Americana music.

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	Uncle Tupelo: No Depression / Still Feel Gone / March 16-20, 1992

It seemed like divine intervention when I received the three re-issued Uncle Tupelo CD’s in the mail a couple of weeks ago. Not at

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21 Apr 2002 // 10:00 PM

	Uncle Tupelo: Uncle Tupelo 89/93:  Anthology

The story of Uncle Tupelo is, well, legendary. In the mid-1980s, high school friends Jay Farrar (guitar), Jeff Tweedy (bass), and Mike Heidorn (drums)

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