News Round Up: The Glossary is Giving Their 2007 Album, The Better Angles of Our Nature

  • PopMatters.com has Juli Thanki’s newest Torch & Twang post (Louisiana Woman, Texas Troubadour Thanki bypasses the standard view that Loretta Lynn’s best duet partner was Conway Twitty and makes her case for Ernest Tubb.
  • Best Buy is offering an exclusive EP from Miranda Lambert today which  includes her new single “ Dead Flowers” from her upcoming album Revolution. The EP includes three bonus tracks from her prior album, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. The cost of the EP is $1.99, or you can pre-order Revolution and get the EP free. (via My Kind of Country and the 9513.com)
  • Kris Kristofferson, Ray Price, Bobby Bare Jr. and My Morning Jacket are some that will pay tribute to writer, artists , country music songwriter and Playboy mansion resident Shel Silverstein on Turnable, Twistable Man which is produced by Silverstein ‘s friend Bobby Bare.
  • Murfreesboro, Tennessee-based quirky indy Southern rock band the Glossary is giving their new 2007 album, The Better Angles of Our Nature, free from their official site and in different quality formats.  I’ll review it soon, but after a couple of passes on the iPod it’s a great one.
  • Happy birthday Patsy Cline  (Sept 8 1932)
  • Another use for texting? Apparently looking for the country crooner that stopped in your town and might have knocked you up is now on that list.  A certain lady with a Wisconsin phone number is currently looking for this Rodeo Romeo. (via NashvilleScene)

3 thoughts on “News Round Up: The Glossary is Giving Their 2007 Album, The Better Angles of Our Nature

  1. Anonymous
    September 10, 2009 at 12:29 pm

    I wouldn’t necessarily call Glossary’s album, “The Better Angels of our Nature” as their “new” album. The album has been out for almost 2 years now. come on twang!

  2. Baron Lane
    September 10, 2009 at 12:36 pm

    @ Anonymous it’s true. The release if from 2007. It wasn’t shown on their AllMusic page so I assumes (yeah I know) that was new.

  3. September 10, 2009 at 2:18 pm

    it’s a really rad album though…can’t wait for “Feral Fire” in a few months…

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