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Alternative & Indie - Released February 21, 2020 | Silvertone

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Alternative & Indie - Released January 3, 2020 | Silvertone

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Alternative & Indie - Released November 22, 2019 | Silvertone

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Alternative & Indie - Released November 1, 2019 | Silvertone

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Alternative & Indie - Released October 4, 2019 | Silvertone

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The eponymously titled sophomore album from British family folk trio Wildwood Kin follows their 2017 U.K. Top 40 album Turning Tides. Produced by Ian Grimble, the album sees the band deliver another collection of contemporary, alternative folk numbers. The Ed Harcourt-produced single "Never Alone" is included. © Rich Wilson /TiVo
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Alternative & Indie - Released August 9, 2019 | Silvertone

Alternative & Indie - Released July 19, 2019 | Silvertone

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Alternative & Indie - Released June 21, 2019 | Silvertone

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Alternative & Indie - Released November 30, 2018 | Silvertone

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Alternative & Indie - Released January 26, 2018 | Silvertone

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Alternative & Indie - Released August 18, 2017 | Silvertone

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Turning Tides is the debut album from folk trio Wildwood Kin. Stepping out from the shadows -- the group were originally Seth Lakeman's backing band -- the album sees the trio taking traditional folk and merging it into contemporary pop and rock. © Rich Wilson /TiVo
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Alternative & Indie - Released July 21, 2017 | Silvertone

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Alternative & Indie - Released May 19, 2017 | Silvertone

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Alternative & Indie - Released August 7, 2009 | Silvertone

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Pop - Released September 14, 2004 | Silvertone

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Pop/Rock - Released July 21, 2003 | Silvertone

For its major-label debut, the Native American quartet keeps its sound bulked up but stripped down. They haven't transcended their obvious Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan-isms, although there are also indications of Robin Trower and '70s power trio blues-rock outfits such as Cactus here as well. Guitarist/vocalist Mato Nanji stays entrenched in the spotlight, with his bass-playing brother, drumming sister, and a practically inaudible cousin on percussion contributing anonymous support. Nanji projects a powerful presence throughout; his dusky vocals are emotional without bombast and his fluid guitar jumps out of the murky mix like a lighthouse through the fog. Production by the British Davey Brothers (the Hoax) plays a substantial role, as they create a thick sonic soup, providing the band with a gutsy wall of sound. The basic tracks were cut live, adding a spark to the performances -- especially the slow blues of "I Wonder" that catches a particularly hot moment -- but some of these songs are not only similar to each other, they are reminiscent of standard blues-rockers in the catalogs of the band's obvious influences. So even though "Take Some Time" is an original, its unhurried shuffle sounds like any of a dozen songs in the Stevie Ray Vaughan catalog. A sledgehammer version of Jimmy Reed's "Shame Shame Shame" is the album's only official cover, though. As the disc progresses, the production and approach become repetitious, and the quality of the material declines. Still, for those who want to turn the volume up to 11, Indigenous competently fills the blues-rock bill. © Hal Horowitz /TiVo

Rock - Released March 18, 2003 | Silvertone

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Given the glut of Stone Roses compilations, it's easy to assume that there's already been a collection called The Very Best of the Stone Roses prior to this 2002 release, or at least one that does something similar to its career-spanning overview. No, this is the first disc to run from "Sally Cinnamon" to "Ten Storey Love Song," the first to sketch the band's great promise, glory days, and bewildering downfall. Though there are album versions of songs instead of singles on occasion on this collection, there's nothing rare and nothing that any Stone Roses fan doesn't already have. Nor does it shine as brightly as their debut. That said, the song selection can't be faulted, and the non-chronological sequencing proves that the Roses' lambasted second album did, in fact, have several excellent moments (all of which can be found here) that fit well next to the best of the debut. For that reason, it may be worthwhile for the hardcore, but this is truly for those that want all the singles on one, nicely packaged disc. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Alternative & Indie - Released January 27, 2003 | Silvertone

Given the glut of Stone Roses compilations, it's easy to assume that there's already been a collection called The Very Best of the Stone Roses prior to this 2002 release, or at least one that does something similar to its career-spanning overview. No, this is the first disc to run from "Sally Cinnamon" to "Ten Storey Love Song," the first to sketch the band's great promise, glory days, and bewildering downfall. Though there are album versions of songs instead of singles on occasion on this collection, there's nothing rare and nothing that any Stone Roses fan doesn't already have. Nor does it shine as brightly as their debut. That said, the song selection can't be faulted, and the non-chronological sequencing proves that the Roses' lambasted second album did, in fact, have several excellent moments (all of which can be found here) that fit well next to the best of the debut. For that reason, it may be worthwhile for the hardcore, but this is truly for those that want all the singles on one, nicely packaged disc. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Pop - Released October 30, 2000 | Silvertone

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Pop - Released September 17, 1999 | Silvertone

Last Time Around -- Live At Legends is a fitting farewell to the late, great Junior Wells and his partnership, friendship and kinship with Buddy Guy that lasted decades. The album is a historic release in many ways. It reunites two blues legends who began their unique association in the 1950s. The album was recorded live in March 1993 at Buddy Guy's world-famous Chicago blues mecca Legends, and it's an acoustic document of many classic songs that made both Wells and Guy legends in their own right, such as "She's Alright" and "I've Been There," along with other classic blues standards such as "Hoochie Coochie Man" and "Key to the Highway," all delivered with a looseness and power that define both Guy and Wells. It also marks the last time the two ever played together. © Matthew Greenwald /TiVo