Tag Archives: Greatest Hits

Top 5 Albums: Drive-By Truckers

The Drive-By Truckers have had an interesting career. Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley have been the two-headed monster leading this band the whole time for what it just under two decades now. Behind Hood and Cooley players have come and … Continue reading

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Top 5 Albums: The Old 97’s

The Old 97’s have solidified themselves as Americana staples at this point. Few bands have been so consistent throughout their careers. They have been so consistent in fact that they haven’t had one lineup change in their 10 albums over … Continue reading

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VOT Compilation: The Best of… Lucinda Williams

Here is the custom artwork for the 10th Vocals On Top best of compilation, for Lucinda Williams. The songs range from her whole catalog including her latest single off the recently released album “Where The Spirit Meets Bone.”

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The best of… Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – A greatest hits type compilation

     

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250 Word Album Review: Lucero – Texas & Tennessee

Lucero follows up their 2012 release Women & Work with a small EP containing a couple b-side sounding songs and one stone cold classic. The Texas & Tennessee EP was released quietly earlier in 2013 without a ton of fanfare … Continue reading

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The Best of… Nada Surf: A Greatest Hits type Compilation

Nada Surf is a very underrated band. Most people have heard their song “Popular” but don’t know much else. “Popular” may have put them on the map but the song is not representative of their sound and in my opinion, … Continue reading

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The Best of…. Jason Collett: a greatest hits type collection

  I’ve dug Jason Collett’s music for years now. I can pinpoint the first time I heard him. It was at the Bottleneck in Lawrence, KS as I prepared for what happened to be my favorite show of all time; … Continue reading

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