The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams puts unreleased works by the country legend in the hands of a dozen contemporary songwriters. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Hank Williams' Unfinished Thoughts, Finished

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A friend and protege of the late John Fahey, Glenn Jones steps out of the shadow of the master on his new album, The Wanting. Tim Bugbee hide caption

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A Singular Guitarist Emerges From John Fahey's Shadow

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Johnny Winter's new album is called Roots. Paul Natkin/Getty Images hide caption

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Johnny Winter: A Blues Legend's Texas 'Roots'

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In "Love to Get Used," Matt Pond PA crafts an irresistibly sunny slice of playful power-pop. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Love To Get Used' by Matt Pond PA

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Feist's new album, Metals, comes out Oct. 4. Mary Rozzi hide caption

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Feist: A Pop Star With A Punk-Rock Past

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Mates of State's newest album is Mountaintops. Glynis Selina Arban hide caption

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Mates Of State: Reaching Surprising New 'Mountaintops'

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In "Soothe Me," the U.K. band Yuck crafts a distinct mix of volume, sensitivity and precocious naiveté. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Yuck

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KCRW Presents: Fleet Foxes

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