Americana Music Releases for the week of Nov. 17th

Here’s all the best Americana and roots-type music releases for November 17th, 2016 as the year draws to a close. Click the artist or album links to find out more. The artist’s names link to their websites and the CD title links go to either Amazon, CD Baby or the artist’s site for ordering or downloading.

 

Birds of Chicago
American Flowers
  (Signature Sounds Recordings)

Husband and wife, JT Nero and Allison Russell had recently finished recording a new album Love in Wartime, to be released next year. Nero had a suite of songs that didn’t feel quite at home on the new one. Having relocated to Nashville, they decided to throw themselves their own welcome to town party by recording an acoustic E.P. at Steve Dawson’s Henhouse Studio. The E.P.  rounds out Birds of Chicago’s offering of healing, communion and celebration of life in a dark and troubled time. Proceeds from American Flowers will benefit Chicago’s South Side based Teen Living Programs – a non-profit that builds community, hope and opportunity for youth who are homeless and at risk.

 

Also new this week…

The Hens – Chicon (Topless Records)
Darrell Scott – Live at the Station Inn  (Soundly Music)
Mavis Staples – 
If All I Was Was Black   (Anti/Epitaph Records)
Various Artists – Bloodshot Records’ 13 Days of Xmas  (Bloodshot Records)
Jim White – 
Waffles Triangles & Jesus  (independent)


Coming out soon… Chris Stapleton, Tommy Emmanuel , The Steep Canyon Rangers, Lisa Morales 

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Americana Music Releases for the week of Nov. 10th

Here’s all the best Americana and roots-type music releases for November 10th, 2016. Click the artist or album links to find out more. The artist’s names link to their websites and the CD title links go to either Amazon, CD Baby or the artist’s site for ordering or downloading.

Parker McCollum
Probably Wrong
  (independent)

Strikingly brilliant of composition, richly diverse, both progressive and traditional, a tour de force of songwriting, and incredibly textured with strong instrumentation, Probably Wrong has just about everything you could want from any record, whether you count yourself a country fan, more of an Americana type, a country rocker, or whatever may be in between, man or woman, young or old. Whatever your roots music persuasion, Parker McCollum seems to have you covered, as long as you’re willing to open your heart to a new name, and a forward-thinking approach to a powerful expression of country music. (from Saving Country Music)

Also new this week…

Brother Roy – Last Man Standing
(independent)
Langhorne Slim – Lost At Last Vol. 1  (Dualtone Music Group)
Packway Handle Band – Go On Get Up  (independent)
The Railsplitters – Jump In (independent)
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – Live At Red Rocks (Stax Records)
Dan Reeder – Nobody Wants to Be You  (Oh Boy Records)
Buffy Sainte-Marie –Medicine Songs  (True North Records)

Coming out soon… Mavis Staples, Jim White, Birds of Chicago, Chris Stapleton, Lisa Morales 

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Americana Music Releases for the week of Nov. 3rd

Here’s all the best Americana and roots-type music releases for November 3rd, 2016. Click the artist or album links to find out more. The artist’s names link to their websites and the CD title links go to either Amazon, CD Baby or the artist’s site for ordering or downloading.

 

Samantha Fish
Belle of the West  (Ruf Records)

Fish recorded Belle of the West in the relaxed, rural creative atmosphere of the legendary Zebra Ranch Studios in the North Hills of Mississippi with producer Luther Dickinson (of North Mississippi Allstars fame), with whom she worked previously on her 2015 album Wild Heart. The studio team included some of the region’s most iconoclastic musicians, including Dickinson, solo artist and Jack White associate Lillie Mae, much-traveled juke-joint blues artist Lightnin’ Malcolm, Squirrel Nut Zippers founder Jimbo Mathus, upright bassist and beloved solo artist Amy LaVere, Tikyra Jackson, Trina Raimey and Shardé Thomas, granddaughter of the legendary Southern bluesman Otha Turner.

 

Scott Miller
Ladies Auxiliary  (F.A.Y. Recordings)

Fiery roots-rock singer/songwriter Scott Miller presents Ladies Auxiliary, his first album in four years. Raised on a cattle farm in Virginia, and well- versed in topics ranging from Greek mythology to modernist poetry.  A founding member of Knoxville-based V-Roys, Miller’s raucous style influenced the newer generation of Alt-Country revelry and what is now known as Americana. The album title is a tip of the hat to Miller’s backing band for this recording: Bryn Davies (bass); Rayna Gilbert (fiddle/banjo); Jen Gunderman (keys); Deanie Richardson (fiddle); Megan Carchman (drums) and Anne McCue (guitar and producer). The results are another testament to Scott’s uncanny ability to reach the listener with tuneful melodies wrapped around thoughtul lyrics and topical subject matter. (from press release)

Also new this week…

Big Head Todd and The Monsters – New World Arisin’  (Big Records)
Blitzen Trapper – 
Wild and Reckless  (LKC Recordings)
Jim Byrnes – 
Long Hot Summer Nights
  (Black Hen Music)
The Contenders – Laughing with the Reckless  (Rock Ridge Music)
Tommy Emmanuel & David Grisman – Pickin’  (Acoustic Disc)
Drew Kennedy – At Home in the Big Lonesome (Atlas Aurora Records)
Boris McCutcheon – I’m Here Let Me In
(independent)
The Ribeye Brothers – All Hat, No Cattle  (MainMan Records)

 

Coming out soon… Packway Handle Band, Mavis Staples, Birds of Chicago, Dan Reeder, Chris Stapleton 

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Americana Music Releases for the week of Oct. 27th

Here’s all the best Americana and roots-type music releases for October 27th, 2016. Click the artist or album links to find out more. The artist’s names link to their websites and the CD title links go to either Amazon, CD Baby or the artist’s site for ordering or downloading.

 

The Wailin’ Jennys
Fifteen (Red House Records)

Fifteen is the first recording in six years from contemporary folk’s The Wailin’ Jennys. An entrancing collection of cover songs, it includes tunes by Tom Petty, Emmylou Harris, Paul Simon and Dolly Parton, “Fifteen is an auspicious outing, not only because it marks the group’s decade and a half long anniversary, but also the fact that even with the barest arrangements and most intimate accompaniment, these three women can successfully combine as a singular force.” (excerpt from Country Standard Time)

Lee Ann Womack
The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone
 (ATO Records)

Womack has long been known for her singing voice, a pedigree that extends back to her mainstream country roots in the late 1990s and has been a primary focus of her career ever since. And rightfully so. Start-to-finish, The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone has a cinematic quality to it, one buoyed both by lush, dynamic arrangements and by a skillfully executed sequence, which effortlessly ebbs and flows between torch songs (the smoldering “He Called Me Baby”) and Texas twang (the jagged crunch of “Wicked”), giving equal credence to the bedroom (the sweet and clever “End of the World”) and the bar (the laid-back shuffle of “Bottom of the Barrel”). The album is bookended by stirring vocal performances, it’s an album that shows Womack to be one of American roots music’s foremost auteurs, one with a compelling voice for storytelling and the vision to use it to powerful effect. (edited from NPR’s First Listen)

Also new this week…

Billy Burnette – Crazy Like Me  (Rock & Roll With It Records)
Peter Case – 
On The Way Downtown: Recorded Live on Folkscene   (Omnivore Recordings)
Chamomile & Whiskey – Sweet Afton 
(independent)
The Deep Dark Woods – Yarrow
 (Six Shooter Records)
Ronnie Fauss – 
Last Of The True  (Normaltown Records)
Joe Henry – Thrum  (earMUSIC)
The Infamous Stringdusters – 
Undercover, Vol. 2  (Lumenhouse Recordings)
Mile Twelve – Onwards   (independent)

Thor Platter – 
Take Time  (independent)
Various Artists – The Life & Songs of Kris Kristofferson  (Blackbird Production Partners)

Coming out soon… Scott Miller, Packway Handle Band, Jim Byrnes, Samantha Fish, Big Head Todd and The Monsters, Mavis Staples, Dan Reeder, Chris Stapleton 

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Americana Music Releases for the week of Oct. 20th

Here’s all the best Americana and roots-type music releases for October 20th, 2016. Click the artist or album links to find out more. The artist’s names link to their websites and the CD title links go to either Amazon, CD Baby or the artist’s site for ordering or downloading.

Dori Freeman
Letters Never Read  (Blue Hens Music)

Dori Freeman’s music subtly intervenes in simplistic takes on her native region, Galax, Va., which has hosted an annual old-time fiddle gathering for more than eight decades. She values her lifelong exposure to living musical traditions, but doesn’t allow her reverence to overshadow her gift for distilling Appalachian melancholy into delicate pop ruminations. Her new album, the second she’s recorded with Teddy Thompson producing, is even more fetching in its finessing of contradictions than its predecessor. What’s striking is that Freeman’s interpretations of down-home material are deliberately spare, yet no less elegant.  She covers “Yonder Comes a Sucker,” made famous by Jim Reeves in the 1950s,into a softly swinging romp, while she brings a patient, knowing quality to the frailing banjo number “Over There,” The ease with which Freeman knits together sturdiness and sophistication is a revelation, and one that’s arrived right on time.  (edited from NPR First Listen)

 

Margo Price
All American Made  (Third Man Records)

“These songs (written both by myself and with my husband) were born while traveling America – between the highways and hotel rooms, in the crowded airports and all-night diners and occasionally, on the green grass of our Tennessee home,” states Price on her website. While Midwest Farmer’s Daughter was autobiographical, Price looks outward in several songs on his 2nd album. “Pay Gap” and “Wild Women” tackle inequality. The title track layers excerpts from Patti Smith’s recording of “Spell,” as well as speeches by Martin Luther King Jr., Richard Nixon, Bill Clinton and others

 

Also new this week…

Bob Bradshaw – American Echoes  (Fluke Records)
Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn – 
Echo In The Valley (Rounder Records)
Monocle Band – The Clearing (independent)
Porter and The Bluebonnet Rattlesnakes – Don’t Go Baby It’s Gonna Get Weird Without You  (Cornelius Chapel Records)
Nora Jane Struthers – Champion (independent)
Turnpike Troubadours – 
A Long Way From Your Heart   (Bossier City Records)
(Dan) Tyminski – Southern Gothic  (Mercury Nashville)

Coming out soon… Lee Ann Womack, The Deep Dark Woods, Packway Handle Band, The Wailin’ Jennys, Thor Platter, Dan Reeder, Langhorne Slim & the Law 

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Americana Music Releases for the week of Oct. 13th

Here’s all the best Americana and roots-type music releases for October13th, 2016. Click the artist or album links to find out more. The artist’s names link to their websites and the CD title links go to either Amazon, CD Baby or the artist’s site for ordering or downloading.

Derek Hoke
Bring the Flood  (Little Hollywood Records)

Dark times call for dark songs. At least that’s how East Nashville based singer/songwriter Derek Hoke sees it. On his new album, the portentously titled Bring the Flood, Hoke dives into a sound far more ominous, threatening, and anxiously introspective than the music on his last albums would suggest. Never one to release the same record twice, this album nevertheless marks a substantial shift in Hoke’s approach away from the rootsy, singer/songwriter vein and towards a more edgy, low boil, subtle country infused rock oriented style. “It seemed like a dark cloud coming over America, watching a lot of people hurting, going through hard times, harder than ever.” He lodged those visual images into musical protagonists, flowing melodies and, with Green’s assistance, an overall conceptual world where each track feels connected to the last. That creates an austere, rugged but not stripped down landscape, both hypnotic and earthy in its atmosphere.

Also new this week…

The Barr Brothers – Queens of the Breakers  (Secret City Records)
Joshua Davis – The Way Back Home  (Soundly Music)
Kevin Fisher – Beer Me (37 Records)
Jackie Greene – The Modern Lives Vol. 1  (Blue Rose Music)
Ryan Koenig – Two Different Worlds  (Big Muddy Records)
Lydia Loveless –  Boy Crazy and Single(s)  (Bloodshot Records)
Jeffrey Martin – One Go Around (Fluff & Gravy Records)
Masontown – In This Time  (self released)
Travis Meadows – First Cigarette  (Blaster Records)
Matt Patershuk – Same As I Ever Have Been  (Black Hen Music)

Coming out soon…  Bob Bradshaw, Tyminski, Dori Freeman, Margo Price, Lee Ann Womack, The Deep Dark Woods, Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn, Packway Handle Band, The Wailin’ jennys, Monocle Band, Thor Platter, Dan Reeder 

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Americana Music Releases for the week of Oct. 6th

Here’s all the best Americana and roots-type music releases for October 6th, 2016. Click the artist or album links to find out more. The artist’s names link to their websites and the CD title links go to either Amazon, CD Baby or the artist’s site for ordering or downloading.

Gill Landry
Love Rides A Dark Horse
  (ATO Records)

Love and hate need each other for either to have meaning and I feel like it’s the same way with people. I’d like to believe love always wins coming down the stretch – it just might not be the way you envisioned it. That basically is what I wrote this album about. Since making my last record, I destroyed all the pillars of my life intentionally and by accident. I found myself wondering what the hell I was doing, and had to slowly start rebuilding. This is not a blues album, though if someone asked me what kind of music I write, I’d like to say blues. Blues singing is an exorcism of the blues itself, and that’s how I relate to what I write. This album for me is an attempt to shine a light on my various traps and sorrows as well as explore their emotional depths. (from Gill’s bio)

Whitney Rose
Rule 62
(Six Shooter Records)

Whitney Rose named her new record Rule 62. For those not in the know, Rule 62 stands for the aphorism: “don’t take yourself too damn seriously”. That wryly fits the contents of Rose’s material. She sings about extremes. Whether the topic is truck driving or funerals, making the first move or getting divorced, being scared or feeling passionate, Rose delivers the lines straight with a twist. There’s a thin line between telling a compelling, detailed story and being absurd. The key, Rose acknowledges, it to have it both ways. Rose penned nine of the 11 tracks and sings them from the heart, even with a lump in her throat, but with her tongue often in her cheek. This is pure country music, Texas-style, meant for the state’s distinctive dance floors, nightclubs, dive bars, and open-air venues.  (edited from Pop Matters review)

Also new this week…

Bill Carter – Bill Carter  (Forty Below Records)
Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards – California Calling
(Compass Records)
Ren Geisick – Ren, Love Song (independent)
Thomm Jutz – Crazy If You Let It  (Mountain Fever Records)
JD McPherson – Undivided Heart & Soul  (New West Records)
Jim Page – A Hand Full of Songs  (independent)
Silver Torches –  Let It Be a Dream  (independent)
The White Buffalo – Darkest Darks, Lightest Lights  (Unison Music Group)
The Roseline – Blood  (King Forward Records)

Coming out soon… Derek Hoke, Matt Patershuk, Jackie Greene, Joshua Davis, Bob Bradshaw, Ryan Koenig, Masontown, Tyminski, Dori Freeman, Margo Price, Lee Ann Womack, The Deep Dark Woods, Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn, The Wailin’ Jennys, Packway Handle Band, Monocle Band, Thor Platter, Dan Reeder 

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Americana Music Releases for the week of Sept. 29th

Here’s all the best Americana and roots-type music releases for September 29th, 2016. Click the artist or album links to find out more. The artist’s names link to their websites and the CD title links go to either Amazon, CD Baby or the artist’s site for ordering or downloading.

Lucinda Williams
This Sweet Old World  (Highway 20 Records)

Lucinda Williams had a one-word response when her husband and manager Tom Overby suggested that she re-record her 1992 album Sweet Old World: “Really?” Although Williams has consistently performed a few songs from the album over the years in concert, including the title track and “Pineola,” she felt that she had outgrown most of the others and was reluctant to revisit it. That was until she listened to the songs with fresh ears.”After we got in the recording studio and we got going, I got really pumped up about it,” says Williams, who re-recorded the album in 10 days with her touring and studio band – guitarist Stuart Mathis, bassist David Sutton and drummer Butch Norton – and longtime friend and collaborator, legendary steel-guitar player Greg Leisz, who actually participated in the early sessions for the original LP.  (edited from Rolling Stone)

 

Also new this week…

Flatt Lonesome – Silence In These Walls  (Mountain Home Music Company)
Lazer Lloyd – Freedom’s Child  (Lots of Love Records)
Sarah Lou Richards – 
Someone Who Gets Me  (independent)
Ana Tivel – Small Believer (Fluff and Gravy Records)
Fred Wickham – Mariosa Delta  (Thirty Days Records)

Coming out soon… Bob Bradshaw, Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards, Gill Landry, Ryan Koenig, Whitney Rose, Thomm Jutz, Masontown, Tyminski, The Roseline, Derek Hoke, Dori Freeman, Margo Price, Lee Ann Womack, Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn, The Deep Dark Woods, Packway Handle Band,The White Buffalo, Monocle Band, Thor Platter 

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Americana Music Releases for the week of Sept. 22nd

Here’s all the best Americana and roots-type music releases for September 22nd, 2016. Click the artist or album links to find out more. The artist’s names link to their websites and the CD title links go to either Amazon, CD Baby or the artist’s site for ordering or downloading.


Chris Hillman
Bidin’ My Time
 (New Rounder Records)

This is the ex-Byrd, ex-Burrito’s first solo effort in more than ten years, Hillman appears out front in concept and art. True to form, however, is the album’s all-star composition, in which multiple rock and roots titans come together to support this Americana pioneer. Those names include Roger McGuinn and David Crosby, Herb Pedersen of the Desert Rose Band, and Tom Petty, who produced the record. Bidin’ My Time respectfully covers the many genre forays of Hillman’s career, as well as notable influences.The album finds this affable team player demonstrating that he deserves to be known to more than just the crate diggers. Hillman’s talent remains at high levels, even as he still lacks the widespread credit he so rightly deserves.  (edited from Pop Matters review)

Eilen Jewell
Down Hearted Blues  (Signature Sounds Recordings)

“We really love to uncover the past. It’s almost like digging for buried treasure,” says Jewell, “For me, that’s where music is at. I like all kinds of music as long as there’s the word ‘early’ in front of it.” For her new album, she and her husband and drummer Jason Beek unearthed 12 vintage gems written or made famous by an array of artists both renowned and obscure, from Willie Dixon and Memphis Minnie to Charles Sheffield and Betty James. Then, like expert stonecutters, they chiseled them into exciting new shapes and forms, honoring history while breathing new life into each discovery.

Jon Langford
Four Lost Souls
 (Bloodshot Records)

Recorded in Muscle Shoals with famed producer Norbert Putnam and legends of the illustrious Muscle Shoals musical history, Four Lost Souls is pure Americana, not just because of where it was recorded or who played on what track, but because it is beyond the news of the day. It is a travelogue of sorts; it goes to a place where the differences between country, soul, blues, and rock-and-roll are blown aside by the warm languid breezes. (from Bloodshot)

Also new this week…

Kris Delmhorst – The Wild  (Blue Blade Records)
Max Gomez – Me & Joe (Brigadoon Records)

Hiss Golden Messenger – Hallelujah Anyhow  
(Merge Records)
Christian Lopez – Red Arrow (Blaster Records)
Steve Martin with The Steep Canyon Rangers – “The Long-Awaited Album”  (Rounder Records)
Van Morrison – 
Roll With The Punches  (Caroline International)
Josh Ritter – Gathering (Pytheas Recordings)
Leon Russell – 
On a Distant Shore  (Palmetto Records)
Stephen Stills & Judy Collins – 
Everybody Knows  (Wildflower Records)
Billy Strings – Turmoil & Tinfoil  (Apostol Recording Company)
Various Artists – 
Swampland Jewels  (Yep Roc Records)
Various Artists –  
Woody Guthrie: The Tribute Concerts (Bear Family Records)

Coming out soon… Lucinda Williams, Lee Ann Womack, Bob Bradshaw, Sarah Lou Richards, Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards, Gill Landry, Ryan Koenig, Whitney Rose, Thomm Jutz, Masontown, Tyminski, The Roseline, Derek Hoke, Dori Freeman, Margo Price, The Deep Dark Woods, Packway Handle Band,The White Buffalo, Thor Platter 

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Americana Music Releases for the week of Sept. 15th

Here’s all the best Americana and roots-type music releases for September 15th, 2016. Click the artist or album links to find out more. The artist’s names link to their websites and the CD title links go to either Amazon, CD Baby or the artist’s site for ordering or downloading.

Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams
Contraband Love (Red House Records)

The opening track to album number two from Americana husband/wife duo Campbell and Williams is “The Other Side of Pain.” It’s an angry and gripping middle finger from a jilted partner to their ex. While the following tracks aren’t quite as vitriolic, there’s no doubt that Campbell, composer or co-writer for all but three songs, has tapped into altogether darker scenarios for this set. Both singers have versatile voices with Campbell’s natural gruffness a nice yin to his wife’s more powerful croon. But when Williams locks into a Linda Ronstadt vibe on the bittersweet, melancholy, roots pop “Save Me from Myself,” it’s clear she’s the vocal powerhouse of the two. On Contraband Love, Williams and Campbell reaffirm what anyone who has experienced them live can attest to; that this couple has tapped into the dusky spirit of Americana in all of its forms (folk, blues, rock and roll, gospel etc.) and created a unique sound inspired by the past, that is spirited, stirring and timeless. (edited from American Songwriter)

Radney Foster
For You to See the Stars
 (Devil’s River Records)

For You To See The Stars is a project comprised of two parts – a book and a CD. The book is a collection of short stories published by Working Title Farm. Though the stories are fiction, they are informed by Foster’s upbringing on the Mexican border in Del Rio, TX. While it’s evident that Texas has always been an inspiration for his music, in For You To See The Stars, Foster explores various landscapes, both physical and emotional, from the story of a retired spy in New Orleans, to the tale of a Dallas lawyer wandering the Rocky Mountains in search of redemption, to a post apocalyptic parable of a world in endless war. For You To See The Stars is Foster at his classic storytelling best, both as a seasoned singer/songwriter and a soulful writer of prose. Although both components stand alone as separate pieces of art– they are meant to be enjoyed together for a reason. When coupled, the book and CD give fans a deeper insight into the subconscious of Foster’s storytelling. Journalist Peter Cooper puts it best, “Radney Foster writes with uncommon depth of emotion, humor, empathy, and clarity. I’m going to ask him how he does it, and if he tells me I’ll let you in on his secret. Until then, it’s best that we read, wonder, and revel.”

Also new this week…

The Paula Boggs Band – Elixir – The Soulgrass Sessions  (Boggs Media LLC)
Bruce Cockburn – Bone On Bone (True North Records)
Deer Tick – Deer Tick, Vol. 1, Deer Tick, Vol. 2   (Partisan Records)
Flatland Tourists – Carry Me Home  (Little King Records)
Dennis Johnson & The Mississippi Ramblers – Rhythmland (Root Tone Records)
The Lil’ Smokies – Changing Shades  (independent)
The Texas Gentlemen – TX Jelly (New West Records)
Willie Watson – Folksinger Vol. 2  (Acony Records)
Sunday Wilde & Reno Jack – Two (Hwy 11 Records)
Hank Williams III – Greatest Hits  (Curb Records)
Lizz Wright – Grace (Concord Records)
Rusty Young – Waitin’ for the Sun  (Blue Élan Records)

Coming out soon… Chris Hillman, Steve Martin with The Steep Canyon Rangers, Max Gomez, Stephen Stills & Judy Collins, Jon Langford, Hiss Golden Messenger, Van Morrison, Eilen Jewell, Bruce Cockburn, Lucinda Williams, Lee Ann Womack, Bob Bradshaw, Sarah Lou Richards, Ryan Koenig, Thomm Jutz, Masontown, The Roseline, Dori Freeman, The White Buffalo, Thor Platter 

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Bill Frater

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