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Okemah And The Melody Of Riot

by Son Volt

Okemah And The Melody Of Riot by Son Volt

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Okemah And The Melody Of Riot

by Son Volt

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Label: Transmit Sound/Legacy
Steve Earle isn't the only twang-rocker railing against the republic. Named after and inspired by the small Okla. town that was Woody Guthrie's birthplace, Okemah is original Son Volt member Jay Farrar's most politically-driven work. "Jet Fighter" points the finger at Dubya in a "Fortunate Son" way.

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Steve Earle isn't the only twang-rocker railing against the republic. Named after and inspired by the small Okla. town that was Woody Guthrie's birthplace, Okemah is original Son Volt member Jay Farrar's most politically-driven work. "Jet Fighter" points the finger at Dubya in a "Fortunate Son" way.

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About This Album

Steve Earle isn't the only twang-rocker railing against the republic. Named after and inspired by the small Okla. town that was Woody Guthrie's birthplace, Okemah is original Son Volt member Jay Farrar's most politically-driven work. "Jet Fighter" points the finger at Dubya in a "Fortunate Son" way.