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...Anticipation for Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight...

(Sep 21st 2015, 23:13)

...Anticipation for Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight... I just re-watched Quentin Tarantino's read more...

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View the BBC's Southern Rock Documentary on Swampland

(Apr 18th 2012, 09:17)

Swampland has added the BBC's new Southern Rock Documentary to it front page. Go here to view it -

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Reflections, Progressions & Horizons

(Mar 10th 2012, 13:18)

"Will all your money buy you forgiveness? Will it keep you from sickness? Will it keep you from cold?

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A Modern Legacy of America's Finest Archivists

(Feb 7th 2012, 16:08)

A Modern Legacy of America's Finest Archivists A treasure trove of old, obscure American music exists out read more...

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Cormac McCarthy Sells First Film Script Titled The Counselor

(Jan 20th 2012, 09:27)

Cormac McCarthy Sells First Script Writer

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Review of: Lyle Lovett

Release Me

(Curb/Lost Highway) Release Me, Lyle Lovett's not so subtle message to his record label, counts as his last release read more...

Review of: Ray Wylie Hubbard

The Grifter's Hymnal

(Bordello Records) The Grifter's Hymnal serves as the follow-up album to Ray Wylie Hubbard's 2010 release

Review of: New Multitudes

The Songs of Woody Guthrie

(Rounder Records) The New Multitudes is a group composed of Jay Farrar, Anders Parker,

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>>Texas Features

Swampland's Top 25 Albums of 2011

As March fades and the first quarter of 2012 comes to a close, Swampland has used this moment to look back on 2011 putting together our list of last year's best music releases from the South. Although we've named 25 records on our Top 25 Albums of 2011, each one serves as sort of a best in category as well. There were so many strong releases that we will attempt to spread read more...

Rock and Roll Mommy

Rock and Roll Mommy by Shannon McNally I didn’t recognize the first signs of being pregnant. I mistook them for extreme road weariness. I was in the studio in Lafayette making a record with Mac Rebennack, (also known as Dr. John) and Bobby Charles. It was a record that I had looked read more...

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Everyone Wants To Go to Heaven, But No One Wants To Die: The Marc Ford 'Fuzz Machine' Interview

Marc Ford’s Fuzz Machine Interview (Everyone Wants To Go To Heaven, But No One Wants To Die) By James Calemine “People are crazy Times are strange I’m locked in tight

Soulful Sounds From A Delta Lady: The Shannon McNally Interview

Soulful Sounds From A Delta Lady The Shannon McNally Interview by James Calemine Born in New York,

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