Tuesday Morning Music Shuffle – Lose Your Teeth Mix

We have a great shuffle today with tons of E2TG favorites and a couple of cool songs….


“Tryin’ to Get to Heaven” by Bob Dylan from Time Out of Mind

Robert Zimmerman’s 30th album… we grabbed this off the latest Feel Bad for You mixtape.  You should, too.  The video features a cover version of the song by Ms. Lucinda Williams.

“Julie Sue” by The Foresters from Living Hold

Recently, we have seen The Foresters stretch into some exciting new musical territory.  On this track from their latest album, they return to their pop punk roots with a  rocking song.  The video

“Dead Mans Cause” by The Grey A from My Country

The more I hear from the forthcoming The Grey A album, the more I like.  This is a really awesome song.


“The Rider” by Dirty Old Town from Dirty Old Town

Dirty Old Town is from Denmark, but he rides a familiar dark, folk road, and he rides it well. 

“True Love” by Darrin Bradbury from True Love

You’d think I would be embarrassed by having a Darrin Bradbury song in the shuffle almost every day… you’d be wrong.  He has been releasing tons of great music over the past several months, and I’m loving almost all of it.   True Love is the title track from the album of the same name which shares the title with this song.  The album was released in February, and he has released two other records since then.

“Lone Star Souvenir” by Miss Shevaughn and Yuma Wray from Lean into the Wind

One of my favorite songs from the remarkable Lean into the Wind by Miss Shevaughn and Yuma Wray.  There is a folky theme running through many of the songs in the shuffle.  This is a great folky song.  The video we found is Miss Shevaughn by herself doing this song.

“The Great Jester” by The Danbury Lie from The Great Jester (single)!function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src=”//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js”;fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,”script”,”twitter-wjs”);

The Great Jester is the magnum opus from the elusive and awesome The Danbury Lie. Over 11 minutes with several movements which run from baroque sounding folk music to discordant metal and back again.  It seems cheap to try to summarize this amazing song in a couple of lines. Fortunately, you can experience it for yourself – see the video, follow The Danbury Lie Facebook page for more clues about The Great Jester… Then download the hell out of the song, and if you can, throw some $ in the virtual hat. 


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