Editors’ Notes There’s a reason Jake Smith’s shivery baritone has become a staple on TV shows like Sons of Anarchy and Californication. The folk troubadour behind The White Buffalo has a voice like worn leather, made rich and supple by life’s adventures. Love and the Death of Damnation, his fifth album, is a fine collection of prairie rock: whiskey-soaked stompers like “Dark Days” barreling fast and loose next to tender ballads, such as “Radio With No Sound.” Soundtrack your next saga to these frayed country tunes.

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