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Grant Blankenship

Macon, Georgia
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  1. Weirdo (2015 Remaster + Bonus)
    by Five Eight
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    Karaoke Karaoke
  2. We All The Light
    by River Whyless
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    All Day All Night All Day All Night
    A record for lovers of percussion, this record makes me want to sing and sing and sing. What a thing to hear.
  3. Janny Cotchas
    by Cult of Riggonia
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  4. What in the Natural World
    by Jake Xerxes Fussell
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    Have You Ever Seen Peaches Growing on a Sweet Potato Vine? Have You Ever Seen Peaches Growing on a Sweet Potato Vine?
  5. Jake Xerxes Fussell
    by Jake Xerxes Fussell
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    Raggy Levy Raggy Levy
  6. Songs of Life and Death
    by SEAN SOLO
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    Hooked on Phonics Hooked on Phonics
  7. I Hear You
    by ARBOR LABOR UNION
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    Radiant Mountain Road Radiant Mountain Road
    Mountains of sound, pure joy and Moon-esque drumming. Guitars sans angst. Thurston Moore without the sneer.
  8. This Is The Life
    by Andrew Bryant
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    Fool Heart Fool Heart
  9. Pink Teardrops
    by Plains
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  10. Do What You Love
    by Andrew Bryant
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    appears in 1 other collection
  11. SUSTO
    by SUSTO
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    County Line County Line
    Lots of Americana out there, but this album floats to the top on the strength of lyrics and the subtle playing. It's a Southern record that doesn't rely on Southern tropes. I laugh every time I hear him sing "when I was a young man..." cause, well, they're all so young. It just means they have more to learn, synthesize and render as art. Can't wait. In the car I crank Motorcycle Club but I don't drive much. It's a treat. Vampiro 66 has the single best turn of lyrics on the record.

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