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Weird Old Country: The Disinternment of Souled American

Richard Gehr, Spin, July 1999

WITH DUE RESPECT to old Uncle Tupelo, it was the cultishly-revered country-and-Midwestern combo Souled American who laid the deep, dank groundwork for the No Depression movement more then a decade ago.

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