Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Peace, Love And Anarchy

Check out my review of Todd Snider's Peace, Love And Anarchy (Rarities, B-Sides And Demos) CD, which was posted this afternoon over at the Trademark Of Quality audioblog. An East Nashville resident, Snider has been a fixture of the local music scene for years and is part of a talented community of friends like Will Kimbrough, Tommy Womack, Mike "Grimey" Grimes and Jason Ringenberg that have worked together to create some of the city's most interesting and critically-acclaimed music.

Snider recently left John Prine's Oh Boy Records for Universal's New Door Records label, which released The Devil You Know last year. As such, Peace, Love And Anarchy is the obligatory "goodbye and farewell" from Oh Boy, collecting song demos and other odds and ends. Head over to Trademark Of Quality and read the review and, for a short time, listen to mp3 files from the album.

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