No Depression turns 30

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grainpulp
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Thank you for sharing these. Glad the occasion has been marked!

Jay's observation that he hasn't seen their influence in today's music is interesting. I am inclined to agree. Although, he kinda hits the nail on the head when he says it is just a continuation of a legacy of open minded American folk music.

No Depression is a great album.

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Here’s part 2, which features commentary from Patterson Hood, Rhett Miller, Brian Fallon, Ben Nichols, Lilly Hiatt, Valerie June, Dom Flemons, Eric Earley, Greg Kot, Peter Blackstock, Rob Miller, and more. Great stuff.

https://www.nodepression.com/cant-look- ... depression

Tim in the ATL

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Funny that Jay mentions ‘Graveyard Shift’ as the one that’s still requested. Umm... does he not hear the asshole at every show hollering ‘Whiskey Bottle’?

Tim in the ATL

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No Depression turns 30

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Awesome write-up here on the 30th anniversary of Uncle Tupelo’s debut album, including candid and insightful comments by Jay and Jeff:

https://www.nodepression.com/toil-and-t ... hgIgDVdWxE

Tim in the ATL

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