Robin Hilton en Rock & Roots Featured Album of the Week (6/16-20): Jack White "Lazaretto" <p><em><strong>Listen to Rock &amp; Roots Mon-Fri at 10:50, 12:50 &amp; 2:50</strong>&nbsp;for&nbsp;<strong>DEEP TRACKS</strong>&nbsp;from the new Album from Jack White "Lazaretto"...&nbsp;<strong>PLUS a chance to win your own copy!</strong></em></p><p><strong>'Ultra LP' Version Of Jack White's New Album Has Some Crazy Surprises</strong></p><p>Jack White has announced plans to release a version of his upcoming <em>Lazaretto</em> album on vinyl, with a whole bunch of special features that'll make you rethink the possibilities of the enduring format.</p> Fri, 06 Jun 2014 15:54:53 +0000 Robin Hilton & Mike Graves 50108 at Rock & Roots Featured Album of the Week (6/16-20): Jack White "Lazaretto" Results? The Albums Everyone Can Love <p>A while back (a long while back), Bob Boilen and I were sitting around the office, chatting like we do about music and life, and got to wondering: Is it possible to come up with a top ten list of albums that everyone can agree on?</p><p><a href=""><strong><strong>READ THE FULL STORY</strong>... <em>HERE</em></strong></a></p><p></p><p></p><p>Here's that list with the percentages included:</p> Mon, 18 Nov 2013 12:28:12 +0000 Robin Hilton 40699 at Results? The Albums Everyone Can Love Okkervil River: Coming Of Age In Small Town America I grew up in a town of about 6,000 people in rural Kansas back in the '70s and '80s. I've never romanticized it much, though it was certainly a simpler time and, for better or worse, it's where I learned to make some sense of my life. The world you inhabit when you come of age in your teen years has a way of digging its claws in you. As the years pass, no matter how far you try to get away from it, it stays with you. Wed, 28 Aug 2013 07:39:00 +0000 Robin Hilton 36695 at Okkervil River: Coming Of Age In Small Town America First Listen: Cat Power, 'Sun' <em>Audio for this feature is no longer available.</em><p>Chan Marshall, the creative force behind <a href="">Cat Power</a>, has long been indie rock's standard-bearer for melancholy navel gazing. In a career spanning nearly two decades, she's produced a large catalog of mostly moody confessionals, mixing blues, folk and arty punk with a swoon-inducing, transcendent voice. Mon, 27 Aug 2012 19:09:09 +0000 Robin Hilton 19748 at First Listen: Cat Power, 'Sun'