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By Bill Chenevert
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 Interpreting the Masters Volume 1: A Tribute to Daryl Hall & John Oates

(Blue Note)

Sounds Like: Hall & Oates might be iffy territory for Philly folk, but this bedroom lounge duo has taken our boys’ oeuvre to a new and exciting place.

Free Association: Seriously, this is one of the most brilliant things we’ve heard in a while.

For Fans Of: “Rich Girl,” “Sara Smile,” “Private Eyes.”



 Peter Wolf

Midnight Souvenirs


Sounds Like: The J. Geils frontman digs deep for a southern folk record with brilliant duets: Shelby Lynne, Neko Case, Merle Haggard.

Free Association: Who knew a Bronx native could be so downhome and countrified?

For Fans Of: The Stones, Neil Young, modern folk.

 Baby Dee

A Book of Songs for Anne Marie

(Drag City)

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