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Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Sound Check MP3s: Coyo and Shireen Amini

Not only do Central Oregon musicians just generally kick ass, but they also tend to be nice and open to the idea of letting you

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Not only do Central Oregon musicians just generally kick ass, but they also tend to be nice and open to the idea of letting you hear their music -- even if you're not ready to track 'em down at a show or buy their album. In that spirit, here are two tracks apiece from Coyo and Shireen Amini, the local artists whose lastest CD releases we reviewed in this week's Sound Check. Read on for the goods.


Click here for "Sticks and Stones" from Shireen Amini's Turnaround EP (MP3).
Click here for "Coffee Shop Blues" from Shireen Amini's Turnaround EP (MP3).

Push the buttons below to stream two full tracks from Coyo's The West.

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