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Graham Murakami
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Re: Music Magazine Cover Disc Discoveries.

Postby Graham Murakami » 15 Mar 2020, 10:31

Walk In My Shadow wrote:
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Loved it then and I love it still.




That was from 16 years ago and most (if not all) acts are still going.


Americana is something I always associate with Uncut, and bands like the National and Iron & Wine.

Was it a term that was widely used prior to this CD?

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Re: Music Magazine Cover Disc Discoveries.

Postby Walk In My Shadow » 15 Mar 2020, 17:00

Graham Murakami wrote:
Walk In My Shadow wrote:
Rorschach wrote:Image

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Loved it then and I love it still.




That was from 16 years ago and most (if not all) acts are still going.


Americana is something I always associate with Uncut, and bands like the National and Iron & Wine.

Was it a term that was widely used prior to this CD?



I think so, I've been calling it that for at least 30 years. But I wouldn't call the National Americana. That's like calling Queen Trash Metal.
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Re: Music Magazine Cover Disc Discoveries.

Postby Rorschach » 16 Mar 2020, 10:14

Walk In My Shadow wrote:

I think so, I've been calling it that for at least 30 years. But I wouldn't call the National Americana. That's like calling Queen Trash Metal.


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Re: Music Magazine Cover Disc Discoveries.

Postby Neil Jung » 16 Mar 2020, 20:07

Walk In My Shadow wrote:
Rorschach wrote:Image

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Loved it then and I love it still.


That was from 16 years ago and most (if not all) acts are still going.


That was probably where I first heard Explosions In The Sky... who became one of my favourites. Thanks Uncut.
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