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Owl "Screech" album

Hard rock-stoner rock with a psych edge
 
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Bill Baird's new album

A few really good songs. a few ok songs, a few meh songs too
 
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Ina Forsman

She's from Finland and her voice reminds me of a mix of Amy Winehouse & Stevie Nicks
 
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Selah Sue

Her album from a couple yrs ago. RIYL Amy Winehouse
 
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The Jessica Fletchers

Psych-pop rock from aboot 12 yrs ago
 
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The Monochrome Set

Psych-garage, an album of unreleased & rare tracks
 
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Sons Of Morning

Garage-rock/power-pop
 
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Pauline Andres

Singer-songwriter with a distinctive voice
 
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The Chromatics

The Cherry album. Synth-pop, good stuffage.
 
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Cosmic Machine: The Sequel

'70a & '80s French electronic music
 
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Bill Pritchard

A UK singer-songwriter with some great music
 
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Kacy & Clayton "Strange Country" album

Americana, some bluegrass, great vocals from Kacy
 
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Aloha

"Little Windows Cut Right Through" album. It's indie-synth rock.
 
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Zo

His new album of alt-R&B. Some hip hop & neo-soul & reminds me of Stevie Wonder at times
 
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Tim Buckley

"Goodbye and Hello."

Folk singer from the 60's who was never much appreciated by fans altho his records got good reviews from the critics. He died at 28 of a drug overdose. But his voice is so haunting, so beautiful, and his songs are outstanding. I would love to do a tribute concert to him.




"People say I make strange choices, but they're not strange for me. My sickness is that I'm fascinated by human behavior, by what's underneath the surface, by the worlds inside people."

~~Johnny Depp.


 
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Tim Buckley

"Goodbye and Hello."

Folk singer from the 60's who was never much appreciated by fans altho his records got good reviews from the critics. He died at 28 of a drug overdose. But his voice is so haunting, so beautiful, and his songs are outstanding. I would love to do a tribute concert to him.


And his singer-songwriter son Jeff died much too early as well.
 
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And his singer-songwriter son Jeff died much too early as well.


Oh I know, that was devastating. The guy drowned in a river...just that. No drugs or alcohol was found in him. That's one good thing, no substances, but that was too young to die...30, and he was an amazing talent. He only met his father Tim once in his life. Crazy. His mom was amazing. Yeah...Jeff was one of the people that made music GOOD again, in the 90's...imo anyway. 90's music rocks, and it just kept getting better since then and still is.

Here's a karaoke version I did of Jeff's song "Hallelujah." I've heard so many versions of this song but nothing beats Jeff Buckley's! The guitar music is stunning.

http://www.singsnap.com/karaok...isten/play/bc79f0c65

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"People say I make strange choices, but they're not strange for me. My sickness is that I'm fascinated by human behavior, by what's underneath the surface, by the worlds inside people."

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Richmond Fontaine's new album

They're a great under-rated band that have great music & lyrics in a Springsteen/Hold Steady kind of way
 
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Bleached's new album

All-girl garage rock
 
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"Mainstream Modern Soul"

Mostly rare soul from early-mid '70s
 
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The Tibbs

A new album of soul & funk
 
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The new Black Mountain album.

Really good indie-psych. Love the vocals.
 
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Cheap Trick's new album

Sounds as good as they have been
 
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Eric Clapton's new album

Very good stuff considering his last album put me to sleep
 
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Steve Gunn's new album

He's a more recent singer/songwriter/guitarist and his albums are always top-notch
 
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