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Haim's revivalism isn't based on one-trick gimmicks.
The support of trombone and baritone sax behind him provided his alt-rock roots with a bit of Shoals revivalism.
Q: There definitely exists this form of Midwestern mysticism going back, that comes out of this sort of Bible Belt influence and strains of Dixie revivalism in response to the Great Migration.
In the midst of the evangelical Second Great Awakening (1790-1840), an era of religious revivalism and social reform, city leaders in Wilmington, Delaware banned public amusements from the city.
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