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Ryley Walker

Ryley Walker can be an accomplished fingerstyle guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter from Chicago. Over time cutting his tooth in the city’s indie and experimental music moments, he began offering solo live shows with his classical guitar. The initial recorded facet of his complicated musical persona appeared using the cassette-only EP …

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Sean O’Connell

Self-taught Brooklyn-based maker/engineer/singer/songwriter Sean O’Connell blends the rural theatricality of fringe ’60s and ’70s singer/songwriters like David Ackles and Lee Hazlewood with the present day indie pop sensibilities of rings like Bon Iver and Music group of Horses. A self-described “musical extremist,” O’Connell collaborated with Louisiana-based rap designer Curren$y on …

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Hobotalk

The slower guitars and sad hobo-romantic lyrics put Hobotalk within an American singer/songwriter/folk tradition that fit northern European countries around 2000 perfectly. From the little Scottish coastal city of Dunbar, Marc Pilley spent his more youthful years touring around Britain and European countries like a troubadour. Finally settling down in …

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Jamie Woon

London, Britain native Jamie Woon, the son of background vocalist Mae McKenna, debuted in 2006 having a startling folk-soul a cappella upgrade of “The Wayfaring Stranger.” In the beginning issued like a one-sided 12″ solitary, the song premiered again the next February with a genuine, “Gravity,” and a set of …

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Bert Sommer

Bert Sommer is also known as the shed superstar from Woodstock. Those people who have only noticed the documentary film, or noticed the two pieces released in the 1969 festival could be forgiven, nevertheless, if they’re utterly not really acquainted with his name. Sommer was among a tiny couple of …

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F.J. McMahon

Santa Barbara, CA, designer F.J. McMahon released a rare recording, Spirit from the Golden Juice, in the past due ’60s in the easygoing, though reserved and somewhat dark, folk-rock, early vocalist/songwriter style.

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Headless Heroes

Companies Eddie Bezalel and Hugo Nicolson launched Headless Heroes in 2008, looking to record a covers-only recording with several handpicked music artists. Nicolson drew upon his LA connections to put together several studio room instrumentalists — including Josh Klinghoffer, Woody Jackson, Joey Waronker, Leo Abrahams, and Gus Seyffert — while …

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John Smith

Although United kingdom folk guitarist John Smith bears comparison to his alternative folk contemporaries like Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Fionn Regan, José González, and Cara Dillon, the Devon-born, Liverpool-based prodigy has connections to a mature generation of inventive and intensifying folk guitarists aswell, having played out alongside John Martyn, John Renbourn, …

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Jim Fielder

Jim Fielder had a tangential part with several main 1960s Californian rock and roll functions before settling in to the the one that brought him probably the most acknowledgement, as the bass participant for Blood, Perspiration & Tears throughout their most popular years. In the middle-’60s, Fielder was bass participant …

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Steve Noonan

An early modern of Jackson Browne, Steve Noonan were able to defeat Browne towards the record racks along with his 1968 self-titled album for Elektra, which had four Browne music and one Noonan-Browne work. Unfortunately, Noonan hardly ever even produced another record, while Browne, although he previously to wait before …

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