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A história do Son Volt começa com o término do Uncle Tupelo, banda seminal para o que convencionou chamar de alternative-country (ou alt-country). Enquanto Jeff Tweedy seguiria adiante com o aclamado Wilco, buscando novas referências que não apenas a música norte-americana de raíz, Jay Farrar permaneceria firme em suas convicções formando o Son Volt.

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  • Really enjoying the re-issue of Trace, the bonus live tracks have excellent sound and capture a great performance from 1996, bravo!
  • I wouldn't say, "I ended up in camp Son Volt," whatever the hell that even means but I do prefer them over Wilco, with the only possible exception being The Mermaid Sessions record with Billy Bragg and tracks like [track artist=Billy Bragg & Wilco]California Stars[/track].
  • Great songs.
  • I ended up in the Son Volt camp and never liked Wilco. [2]
  • Classic. One of my fave morning jam songs.
  • @Nakkinak and @cassadeepope. Your disagreement brings truth to the statement from the article, "...in a move that has sharply divided fans". I'm also one of them; I ended up in the Son Volt camp and never liked Wilco.
  • Jay is on a great run with American Central Dust and Honky Honk. Two excellent albums.
  • The best album of 2013 so far!
  • Rave review of Honky Tonk at Rock Cellar Magazine. http://www.rockcellarmagazine.com/2013/02/27/honky-tonk-son-volt-review/
  • Cool, new album "Honky Tonk" due out on 3/5!

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