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Ships at Night

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Carrot Top

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Fractured Discs

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United Bible Studies: The Jonah

Sometimes, the blend of trad and psych can seem either too precious or too studied, but overall, The Jonah rings true.

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16 Horsepower: Secret South

Reissue of 16 Horsepower's long-out-of-print third album. It's not their best, but certainly worthy.

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Alternative Tentacles

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Cub Country: Stretch That Skull Cover and Smile

Jeremy Chatelain writes and sings some fine melodies, high and lonesome, calm and mellow, and there isn’t a moment on the album that rings hollow or false.

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Camera Obscura

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The Dry Spells: Too Soon For Flowers

Mystical, ethereal Californian folk-rock in the vein to make Mama Nicks proud.

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Future Farmer Recordings

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Future Farmer

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Sarah Jarosz: Song Up In Her Head

A captivating and assured debut by an 18-year-old bluegrass soon-to-be star.

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Levon Helm: Electric Dirt

Overall, as delightful as Helm’s 2007 comeback was, Electric Dirt feels like even more cause for celebration.

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Vanguard

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My Michael

As an adult, I haven’t the foggiest idea of what a “King of Pop” is or does, but as a six-year-old, I was pretty sure Michael Jackson invented music.

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Various Artists: Leaves of Life

Composed of an embarrassment of riches of nearly 20 tracks by artists both as simpatico and diverse as Devendra Banhart, Alela Diane, Citay, and Magic Leaves, Leaves of Life is not only a sparkling representation of contemporary exploratory folk music, but it’s for a good cause.

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Borne!

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American

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R.E.M.: Reckoning (Deluxe Edition)

Reckoning was a clear-eyed document of a young band energized by the road and each other.

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