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James Intveld is no newcomer to music. After all, the Fifties-styled, twangy country singer can be heard on the "A Town South of Bakersfield, Vol. 2" compilation 12 years ago. And he also did stints playing with Dwight Yoakam, Harry Dean Stanton, The Blasters and Rosie Flores. But the Compton, Cal. native has not exactly been what anyone would call prolific when it comes to putting out his own music. He recently released his second, "Somewhere Down the Road" on his own three years after a well-received self-titled debut on Ichiban where he played all the instruments. ...