Wednesday Morning Music Shuffle – Black and White World Mix

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Couch by Couchwest enters Day 4 and the great music keeps coming. Our friends Tim Lee 3, Imperial Rooster and Sci Romance have made appearances with videos forthcoming from The Dead Exs, Nikki Sue and The End Men among others.  Veteran performers like Phil Norman, Eric Brace and Peter Cooper and Jonny Fritz (formerly Corndawg) have posted CXCW videos.  Plus we’ve heard some amazing new music (or at least new to us) like The Wolverine, One Hand Dan, Hallelujah the Hills and so many more.  You really have to go check it out for your self.

Running Late today – so let’s get to the shuffle: (After the Jump)

  • “In Time” by The Danbury Lie from ? (2013)

“In Time” is the final song on the brand new release from The Danbury Lie who are part of the Connecticut faction of the Ear to the Ground music syndicate… (humor my delusions of grandeur, please.) With elements of progressive, metal, folk and more – The Danbury Lie create big heavy music that manages to avoid the excesses other bands who make that type of music.  We have a video for an older song called “Morbid Becoming” in the playlist.

  • “Go Your Own Way” by Fleetwood Mac from Rumours (1977)

More Fleetwood Mac for a mid-week in March.  Enjoy. The youtube playlist has a live version of this classic.

  • “Malted Milk” by Robert Johnson from Martin Scorsesee Presents The Blues: Robert Johnson (2003)


I’ll leave it to Robert Johnson to speak for himself.  Video of Malted Milk below.

  • “Swimming” by Brendan Benson from Readymade Records Sampler 2013 (2013)

A fairly new song from the singer songwriter and Raconteurs member. We grabbed this off the Readymade Records sampler we posted yesterday.  The video is for a different Brendan Benson song.

Here is the Black and White World Mix Playlist. By the way thanks to Robert from The Danbury Lie for suggesting the playlist idea to us.


Friday Morning Music Shuffle – Camp Crystal Lake Mix

 The songs (not the recordings) in today’s shuffle are an average of 44 years old.  Our set includes two classics from my youth and two recent covers of songs from before my youth.

Sex and Dying in High Society by X is from their debut Los Angeles.  “So you marry your daddy
with a different name”

Please Do Not Go by Violent Femmes from their eponymous debut. “Tell ya, man, I’m stuck on this lovely girl Of course to me, she mean all t’ world”

Love in Vain performed here by our good friends You & Me is a cover of a 1937 Robert Johnson song which was also covered by The Stones on Let It Bleed.  “Well I followed her to the station
With a suitcase in my hand” 

The Ocean performed here by Laura Veirs and her husband Tucker Martine (as Mount Analog) is a cover of the Led Zeppelin song from House of the Holy. Trivia: Tucker Martine (like my friend Rex Silo moved from Nashville to Boulder, Colorado). “Singing in the sunshine, laughing in the rain.
Hitting on the moonshine, rocking in the brain.”

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