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Freeloader: These United States' Daytrotter session posted

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Speaking of Daytrotter, this afternoon, the site just posted a Daytrotter session with These United States, a Washington D.C.-based act that's quickly becoming a Denver favorite, featuring four free downloads. Skip on over there and pick up the tunes. And if you haven't already, while you're there, snag the songs from Nathaniel Rateliff's recent session from this past December, as well as the Young Coyotes from last March and Dressy Bessy's from a few year's back. Heck, you might as well go ahead and download our personal favorite, Daniel Johnston's "I Had Lost My Mind," while you're at it.

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