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  1. › wiki › Caitlin_CaryCaitlin Cary - Wikipedia

    With Whiskeytown. 1995: Faithless Street (Outpost) 1997: Strangers Almanac (Outpost) 2001: Pneumonia (Lost Highway) With Tres Chicas. 2004: Sweetwater (Yep Roc) 2006: Bloom, Red & the Ordinary Girl (Yep Roc) With Thad Cockrell. 2005: Begonias (Yep Roc) With The Small Ponds. 2010: Caitlin Cary & Matt Douglas Are The Small Ponds (Last Chance)

  2. Após apenas dois álbuns com a banda Whiskeytown, Faithless Street e Stranger's Almanac, caracterizado por mudanças pessoais, o grupo começou a desintegrar-se, em grande parte devido as diferenças pessoais e artísticas, e parte devido a uma incapacidade de oferecer aos fãs um bom show devido ao do uso de álcool e drogas excessivas.

  3. › wiki › Ryan_AdamsRyan Adams - Wikipedia

    Whiskeytown saw Adams move to alt-country, describing punk rock as "too hard to sing" in the title track of Whiskeytown's debut album Faithless Street. Whiskeytown was heavily influenced by a number of country-rock pioneers, most notably Gram Parsons.

  4. 1995: Faithless Street 1997: Strangers Almanac 2001: Pneumonia (recorded 1999) Other albums. 2003: The Finger, We Are Fuck You Live albums Solo

  5. The song's lyrics mention several lower Manhattan geographic references, including the intersection of Avenue A and 10th Street, Houston Street, and Avenue B. In the song, the singer reflects on his life in New York and a failed love affair. Personnel. Ryan Adams - vocals, acoustic guitar; Richard Causon - piano; Chris Stills - bass

  6. "Wonderwall" is a song by English rock band Oasis. It was written by Noel Gallagher.The song was produced by Gallagher and Owen Morris for the band's second studio album (What's the Story) Morning Glory?, released in 1995.

  7. Heartbreaker was considered by critics to be a fresh start for Ryan Adams after the demise of his previous band Whiskeytown. AllMusic's Mark Derning wrote that the album "is loose, open, and heartfelt in a way Whiskeytown's admittedly fine albums never were, and makes as strong a case for Adams' gifts as anything his band ever released", concluding that "the strength of the material and the ...

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