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it's lousy outside so time to look for new old music
Posted by: Fritz
Date: January 24, 2015 10:42AM
in particular, music that you think should be or should have been bigger.
National or small local releases.

Dwight Twilley
Zutons
Thea Gilmore
Amy Macdonald
Shocking Blue
Ronnie Lane (solo)
Monroes
Jay Farrar/Uncle Tupelo/Son Volt
Shirts
Mink deVille
Aggrolites
Frankie Miller (the Brit)
Noisettes



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If there are spelling issues, please pardon, Owen the cat is sitting on my keyboard.
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Re: it's lousy outside so time to look for new old music
Posted by: mrbigstuff
Date: January 24, 2015 11:11AM
The Zulus

the band for me that fits perfectly into this category. they simply didn't hit at the right time, I guess. they were *amazing* live performers. gawd, I miss that band.
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Re: it's lousy outside so time to look for new old music
Posted by: vision63
Date: January 24, 2015 12:33PM
Noisettes - but they're still young.
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Re: it's lousy outside so time to look for new old music
Posted by: colonel panic
Date: January 24, 2015 12:47PM
Dwight Twilley's Sincerely is a great album. Ah, nostalgia.



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Re: it's lousy outside so time to look for new old music
Posted by: Dennis S
Date: January 24, 2015 02:10PM
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colonel panic
Dwight Twilley's Sincerely is a great album. Ah, nostalgia.

I love it. It's always too expensive on Amazon or ebay, though.

I would add Emitt Rhodes.
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Re: it's lousy outside so time to look for new old music
Posted by: MarkD
Date: January 24, 2015 05:16PM
Try gohastings.com lots of time, cheaper cds and cheaper mailing costs. Amazon has a better rating system of quality of cd, though.
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Re: it's lousy outside so time to look for new old music
Posted by: Marc Anthony
Date: January 24, 2015 06:08PM
These aren't really very old, but then Amy Macdonald and the Noisettes aren't either. They're all somewhat folksy.

Wailin' Jennys—sort of like Dixie Chicks
Schuyler Fisk—Sissy Spacek's daughter
Tina Dico—actually quite popular in Europe but didn't really catch on in the States



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Re: it's lousy outside so time to look for new old music
Posted by: anonymouse1
Date: January 25, 2015 08:04AM
Bonnie Koloc!
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Re: it's lousy outside so time to look for new old music
Posted by: Filliam H. Muffman
Date: January 25, 2015 10:10AM
A little late to the party, Fairport Convention. old fogey smiley



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Re: it's lousy outside so time to look for new old music
Posted by: Tommie Milwaukee
Date: January 25, 2015 12:55PM
John Hiatt!
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Re: it's lousy outside so time to look for new old music
Posted by: SteveO
Date: January 25, 2015 02:13PM
Heard a song last night on the radio called My CoCo by a band called StellaStarr. iTMS has the album wrongly listed as being released in '90; apparently it was released in '03 or so. This band has kind of a modern '80s sound, I might compare them to The Killers.
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Re: it's lousy outside so time to look for new old music
Posted by: SteveO
Date: January 25, 2015 02:29PM
Be Good Tanyas - see also Frazey Ford, Trish Klein Samantha Parton
Leagues
Angel Olsen
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Re: it's lousy outside so time to look for new old music
Posted by: rich in distress
Date: January 25, 2015 06:17PM
I used to love Nicole back in the day.
Not sure what I think of it now because, you know, it takes me back to when I was a lil kid.



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