Greetings from Nashville! It’s Monday, and here at E2TG we are mixing things up a bit. Typically, we shuffle up our “Rolling” playlist (meaning I add new songs and delete songs off the playlist as they come and go), this playlist is a working subset of all of the songs on my MP3 player. (Which in turn is a subset of all the songs in my music collection, but that is another story). Anyway, today’s shuffle comes from all of the songs on my MP3 player. We’ll get back to our playlist tomorrow, but I thought it might be interesting to occasionally open up our shuffle and see what happens.
So – let’s jump to it!
“This Song Will Make You Love Me” by The Great American Novel (This is the opening track of the new The Great American Novel album which is released into the world tomorrow. The album is called 😦 (The Frown Album). The song is a glorious rave-up which is guaranteed to have your feet moving. I for one am looking forward to :(. – “no one is normal, just different types of weird if we could get our weirds together, we could get right outta here” )
“Last Stop” by Black Jake and the Carnies (From Watching, Waiting their most recent release.)
“Wogs Will Walk” by Cornershop (from Handcream for a Generation the 2002 4th album by Tjinder Singh and company. The album featured Noel Gallagher on guitar. I really dig this album which fuses, blends and forces together elements of Indie Rock, Eastern music, Reggae, and Hip-Hop into a rich and spicy soup of jamming good times.)
“I Gotta Get Shorty Out of Jail” by Andre Williams and The Sadies (Andre Williams is an Rhythm and Blues legend with a Punk spirit. This album features Canadian Rock/Country band The Sadies who have also worked with the likes of John Doe and Neko Case )
“Up to Me” by Cosmonauts on Vacation (A Psychedelic/Spacy Rock and Roll band from Birmingham, Alabama)
“I’m Here” by Paul Jefferson (Paul Jefferson is a country singer and songwriter from Nashville. This song is off his 1996 self-titled debut album)
“Watch Who You’re Calling Space Garbage Meteor Mouth” by Game Theory (a brief – :18 track off the 1987 album Lolita Nation)
“Sad, Like Hearts Can Be” by Evan Voytas (As far as I can tell in my brief “research” this song is not on any of the L.A. Pop artist’s albums)
“Been There Before” by Human Face (We recently got some new music from the UK band Human Face. This track goes back to their 2012 album The Waiting Game)
“Rave On” by Julian Casablancas (A cover of a Sonny West penned Buddy Holly song. This cover serves as the title track to the 2011 Tribute album which also featured Lou Reed, Kid Rock and just about everybody in between – and there is a lot of room in between Lou Reed and Kid Rock… just saying)
“My Life” by Dido (this song is off the British singer’s 1999 album No Angel)