A few tunes from The Dorkestra, a band that would occasionally play at the local Irish pub where I went to college. Nice bar, had Guinness on tap and served pints with a small hard pretzel on the side. I bought the 11593 CD at one of their shows (and have managed to keep it for almost 30 years). Folk/Celtic inspired music.
Still Got You 
The band formed in New York but were based in Bloomington, Indiana when I caught them. These songs were recorded live in Bloomington. Not much info online about the band.
An old standard...
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I just knew this song from the Office (the episode when Dwight’s brother and sister come home for their aunt’s funeral). Good tune.
The Decemberists :: Sons and Daughters 
Here’s one from Barbara Manning and the S.F. Seals. Their name was taken from the Pacific Coast League baseball team (San Francisco also had a hockey team named the Seals who played at the Cow Palace).
PSF: Could you talk about how you started out with music?
Barbara Manning: I had a dream about Pete Townsend. He said 'pick up thy guitar and march up to the world.' That's the truth. — Perfect Sound Forever
S.F. Seals :: Still? 
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