Monday Morning Music Shuffle – Or Else… Mix



We are back after a couple of days where I was not able to post + a weekend….  We have 12 cool songs to get us back on track…

JUMP to it!

 
“Elm Street” by The Danbury Lie (a short, kind of creepy little tune from this Connecticut band – headed up by Robert Loncto)
 
“Co-Star” by Let’s Active (our survey of Cypress+Afoot continues)
 
“Good Luck Charm” by The Dirty Guv’nahs (more silky smooth soulful southern rock from this Knoxville band)
 
“My Guitar” by James Crawford (His self-titled album is due out in just about a week.  Preview using the widget just below)
 
“Something to Blame” by The Gradients (another from the Mama Coco’s Funky Kitchen compilation)
 
“May” and “June” by prattle on, rick (a couple of spring/summer songs from his ambitious A Decade Begins album)
 
“After the Glitter Fades” by Stevie Nicks (some cool California music from the early 80s. Honestly, this is more “country” than at least 80% of what gets passed off as Country these days. – Old man rant ends now)
 
“Day Dreamer” by Wild Child (another nifty song from this cool record by this awesome Austin band)
 
“I Will” by Sebadoh (from the new album, Defend Yourself, from Lou Barlow’s 25 year old Dinosaur, Jr. “side project”)
 
“Downfall” by Monks of Mellonwah (from “Afraid to Die“.  This progressive and pretty darn cool Australian band is releasing their next album, Turn the People, as a series of EP releases.  We previously featured some songs from the first EP of the set – called Ghost Stories. This is our first taste of the 2nd EP – called Afraid to Die) which was just released last week.)
“Memphis Won’t Leave Me Alone” by Mark Robison (going back to his first solo album – Quit Your Job – Play Guitar)
 
 
 
Here is the daily video playlist
 
 
 
 

 


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