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Free Download: Alabama Shakes, Trey Anastasio, Brandi Carlile and Emmylou Harris

ATO Records is excited to bring you our new 2013 Spring Sampler. The sampler features 15 tracks by classic ATO artists, along with an exciting collection of new additions to our roster. Share with your family & friends, and enjoy the free tunes.

Here is the tracks list:
1. Caitlin Rose - I Was Cruel
2. Alabama Shakes - I Found You 
3. Jim James - A New Life 
4. Brandi Carlile and Emmylou Harris - Take Me Home, Country Roads 
5. Johnny Fritz - Ain't it Your Birthday? 
6. Kopecky Family Band - Heartbeat 
7. Bobby Long - Devil Moon 
8. The Bronx - Youth Wasted 
9. Allen Stone - Celebrate Tonight
10. Jovanotti - Sulla Frontiera 
11. Old Crow Medicine Show - Ain't it Enough 
12. SOJA - Jah is Listening Now (Acoustic) 
13. Stars - The Theory Of Relativity 
14. Trey Anastasio - Pigtail 
15. RayLand Baxter - Dreamin' 

To begin the download, go to this link. Once you are on that website, click "Free Download" and submit your email address to get a download code that will be sent to your email.


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