Thursday Morning Music Shuffle – Belly of the Beast Mix

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Well May is winding down and I’m frantically trying to clear out my playlist so I can start pretty fresh for June 1. Of course, as always, I’m adding faster than I can clear out… but it keeps me going…


MUSIC!

Pre-Shuffle:  

“Hill County Girl” by Will Kimbrough (achingly and stunningly beautiful song from Kimbrough’s 2007 EP)

“Change (JT Daly Remix)” by Churchill (from a Noisetrade Remix Collection)

“Love and War (Tangled)” by New Victorians (Two lovers during WWII London, a string section, and a band)

“Tracks” by Trapper Schoepp and the Shades (Milwaukee Rock!)

“Heart” by Mystery Twins (1/2 of Nashville band, The Clutters, from my Twitter to you in a matter of hours – you’re welcome!)

“Change (Acoustic)” by Churchill (a stripped down version of the second song on today’s pre-shuffle – digging it – They are from Denver)

“Bo Diddley” by Bo Diddley (Cause nobody does it better)






“Anymore” by Jonathan Warren and the Billy Goats (Progressive PsychoBilly Folk Grass from Boise)
SHUFFLE 



  • “Cruel Movements” by JoDee Purkeypile from Messenger (2013)


Austin, Texas singer/songwriter from his most recent release. ““Cruel Movements” was composed on piano in the aftermath of a “strange” night out with old friends.”

  • “The Way We Move – Solo Acoustic” by Langhorne Slim from This is the Way We Move (Noisetrade sampler – original version on The Way We Move (2012)


A glorious stripped down version of one of my favorite songs of the past couple of years.


  • “Pass on My Love” by Magnolia Sons from Free (2011)


Another great Nashville band – doing the retro-soul thing.  This one had me dancing up the hill.


  • “Tangled Up in Blue” by Bob Dylan from Blood on the Tracks (1975)

A great way to end the morning mix… one of my absolute, all-time favorite songs. 


PLAYLIST

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