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Woodsman's Daytrotter session posted

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At this point, Daytrotter has amassed enough recordings from the Colorado-based acts that have stopped by The Horseshack in downtown Rock Island, Illinois, that it could release an incredibly compelling double-disc compilation, complete with the custom illustrated liner art of Johnnie Cluney.

Lord knows, from Young Coyotes to Woodsman, whose session was posted earlier this week, there's plenty of music to pull from.

Alas, until somebody sees fit to release such a thing, though, it looks like we're on our own. With that in mind, click through for a list of links to the sessions we're aware of thus far (if we missed any, feel free to let us know).


Drag the River - October 21, 1010 Dressy Bessy - February 1, 2007 Matt Morris - July 22, 2010 Paper Bird - August 25, 2010 Nathaniel Rateliff - June 21, 2010 Nathaniel Rateliff - December 2, 2009 Rose Hill Drive - June 13, 2010 Tennis - September 24, 2010 Woodsman - November 8, 2010 Young Coyotes - March 18, 2009

*Snake Rattle Rattle Snake reportedly recorded a session that hasn't been posted yet.

Related: Acts with Colorado Ties

Chairlift - January 20, 2009 Crooked Fingers - December 17, 2008 Patrick Park - July 11, 2008

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