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Clasic Front-to-Back Album: Bob Marley - Confrontation

A tribute to the genius that was Bob Marley is how a bunch of songs basically compiled from demos after Marley’s death in 1981 were turned into an incredibly cohesive and seamless album.

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Classic Front-to-Back Album: Miles Davis - Kind of Blue

Miles Davis' Kind of Blue is the greatest selling jazz album of all time, for good reason.

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Front-to-Back Albums: The Wild Feathers - Lonely Is A Lifetime

Released on March 11, 2016, Wild Feather's second album is a rock & roll monster through and through. A definite Front-to-Back Album.

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Front-to-Back Album: Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats

Nathaniel Rateliff is a troubled-man. Maybe. He sure writes and sings like he is – and that’s a good thing for the rest of us. Nathaniel Rateliff also has an amazing feel for American soul music – again that’s a good thing for us. His latest album has even been released on Stax Records, and to this unashamed lover of all things 60s and 70s Soul related, I am thrilled to see the venerable label – even if it really has nothing to do with the original – releasing quality Southern Soul music again.  

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Front-to-Back Album: Lake Street Dive

First of all I would like to ask a question of the people who take it upon themselves to label music: I see this album come up listed as 'Country' more than I see it come up listed under any other genre. Why? Is it because they use an acoustic bass, or is it because the music on this album confounds you so much you don't know what to make of it?

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Front-to-Back Album: St. Paul & the Broken Bones - Half the City

It was Wilson Pickett and Duane Allman (via Anthology I) that introduced me to the sounds of Muscle Shoals, and it is St. Paul & the Broken Bones who have brought the sheer joy and ruckus of the Muscle Shoals sound back to me full throttle. But forget the retro-sound, the arrangements, the skillful song writing and the sheer emotion of the band and Paul Janeway's voice...this is a great [insert your own adjective here] record

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