Dawes Vinyl, CD & tapes by Dawes at Norman Records

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Good Luck With Whatever

Good Luck With Whatever is the seventh album by US folk / rock band Dawes. Following four self-released albums, they find themselves on Massachusetts-based roots label Rounder. This time, Taylor Goldsmith ruminates about the challenges of being an adult, all with the lush melodies to which fans will have become accustomed. 

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Passwords

The importance of passwords may be lost on Twitter, but not on Dawes. The group's sixth record broadens what the term "relationship" means in 2018, thinking politically and interpersonally through considered songwriting that's as confused as we are about the world at large. Though personal in tone, this is also one of Dawes' most expansive records.

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Stories Don't End

Dawes aren't (ha ha) the same ones with  Jim Morrison in but are in fact a laid back bunch of retro rockers from LA who have clambered out of bed for long enough to re-press this their third album of breezy Laurel Canyon style folk rock. These smooth and soulful songs take their cue from earlier long hair strummers such as Jackson Browne and Poco. Peace.  

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We're All Gonna Die

We’re All Gonna Die is the fifth album by LA folk-indie-rock band Dawes (not to be confused with The Doors or Dawes bicycles, for that matter). Band leader Taylor Goldsmith likes to write about difficult situations people get into but will temper that with a positive ending. We’re All Gonna Die features guest performances from Jim James of My Morning Jacket, Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes, Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig of Lucius, Mandy Moore, and the one and only Will Oldham.

Middle Brother
Limited Edition 10”

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All Your Favorite Bands

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North Hills

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