It’s Monday – everything is going according to some plan – just not mine…
Let’s get to the music….
“This Song is Called Ragged” by Jonathan Boulet
“A Search for a Heart” by Kyle Andrews
“Charades” by The Joy of Painting
“Stick Around” by David Ramirez
“Leave the City” by Magnolia Electric Co.
“On my Mind In my Heart” by Jesse Dee
Shuffle after Jump
- “Seattle” by Game Theory from The Big Shot Chronicles (1986)
Our tribute to the late great Scott Miller is almost a month long at this point, and we have only scratched the service of the depth of his amazing musical legacy. This is the first of two Game Theory songs in the Shuffle today.
- “Snow Song” by EndAnd from Mechanics and Energetics of Stilt-Running (2013)
The first of two tracks from the Brooklyn punk rockers. We dig deeper into their new album.
- “Caribbean Sunset” by Luxury Liners from They’re Flowers (2013)
Luxury Liners is the new solo project from Carter Tanton of Lower Dens and Formerly of Tulsa.
- “I Love You Soon” by EndAnd from Mechanics and Energetics of Stilt-Running (2013)
Our second look today at this awesome album.
- “I Turned Her Away” by Game Theory from Real Nighttime (1985)
Another listen to some classic sounds from this San Francisco band.
- “Mango Lassi” by Valued Customer from Babylon Hill (2012)
” Mango lassi is gaining popularity worldwide. It is made from yogurt, water and mango pulp. It may be made with or without additional sugar. It is widely available in UK, Malaysia and Singapore, and in many other parts of the world. In various parts of Canada, mango lassi is a cold drink consisting of sweetened kesar mango pulp mixed with yogurt, cream, or ice cream. It is served in a tall glass with a straw, often with ground pistachio nuts sprinkled on top.”
(via Wikipedia) – some cool sounds and sweet treats from our good friends Valued Customer.
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