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September 6, 2012 / jhsaeger

Long After Dark Radio Week III

        Many of this September’s biggest releases appear to predominately fall under the category of the marquee singer-songwriter. Led by Bob Dylan’s gravelly 35thalbum, Tempest, other releases include The Avett Brothers’ The Carpenter and Mumford & Sons’ sophomore effort, Babel. After a voluminous Week Two that nodded to the veterans who could crank it up a notch, Long After Dark takes a look at some of the best songwriters with a playlist that includes both burgeoning scribes and certain classic cuts:
Long After Dark Radio Week III Link:
Time Spent In Los Angeles – Dawes, Live From Bonaroo 2012
When My Time Comes – Dawes With Mumford & Sons, The World Café’s 20th Anniversary
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door- Bob Dylan with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Hard To Handle
Live And Die – Avett Brothers, The Carpenter
Fitzcaraldo – The Frames, Fitzcaraldo
Jake Clemons – Love’ll Never Change, It’s On – EP
George Harrison – All Things Must Pass, Early Takes, Vol. 1
Chuck Prophet – Castro Halloween, Temple Beautiful
A.K.A… What A Life – Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
Eddie Vedder – Hard Sun (Live), Water On The Road
(Untitled) Love Song – The Romany Rye, Quicksilver Sunbeam
Daryl Hall With Diane Birch – Fall In Philadelphia, Live From Daryl’s House 

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