Wednesday Morning Music Shuffle – I See Red Mix

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Let’s get going… We have a most excellent Pre-Shuffle today featuring old friends, new friends and a special guest appearance….

“Planet of Women” by Sonny and the Sunsets
“Her Changes” by Frank Ryan
 “Shooting the Moon” by Ben Shive
“Fox in the Hen House” by The Quaker City Night Hawks
“Get Over” by The Dead Exs (Note: since I couldn’t find a video for “Get Over” we included the video for the title track for their latest album Relovolution. The fan sourced video includes a very special Cameo appearance by the one and only Popa Tunes who’ve excellent blog recently celebrated its Fourth Birthday!)
 “Spittin’ Lies” by Nikki Sue and the Bad News (Note: since I couldn’t find a video for “Spittin’ Lies”, I included a video of Nikki Sue covering one of my all-time favorite songs, Folsom Prison Blues)
“Beware the Grackle” by The Peculiar Pretzelmen

  
 SHUFFLE UP NEXT

“My Sympathy” by Human Face from The Waiting Game (Part One) (2012/2013)

Human Face were kind enough to Tweet some nice words about us the other day. It was most appreciated, but what got them back in the Shuffle was (well besides the random shuffle mode) their amazingly catchy tunes and light, fun spirit.  Check them out if you haven’t.  Go!

“Strawberry Hill” by Bronze Radio Return from Old Time Speaker (2009)

Bronze Radio Return are an Indie Roots band from Hartford, Connecticut.  We grabbed this track and others from their new Noisetrade Sampler. This one comes from their debut album Old Time Speaker. Great song.

“Green” by Canopy Climbers from Miles (2013)

Our shuffle of really strong pop-oriented songs continues with another song from the brand new Canopy Climbers album Miles.  I am thoroughly enjoying this album.

“Screws Get Loose (Extended Studio Version) by Those Darlins Single (2011) (Original version from Screws Get Loose (2011)

We close out today’s Shuffle with one of my favorites.  An extended version of the title track from the most recent Those Darlins album (a new album from the Nashville band is due in the Fall). I dare you to listen and not sing along.  I double dog dare you.

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Monday Morning Music Shuffle – I Don’t Know What Mix

I hope everyone had a great weekend.  It is Monday, and we have a pretty good rocking shuffle to get your blood pumping…

First up we have Sonny and the Sunsets with Teen Age Thugs  from their sophomore album Hit After Hit.  Trivia – Jackson Browne’s son plays bass for Sonny and the Sunsets.

   
Next we have a track from the 2008 album Centerline by Jason & the Scorchers guitarist Warner E. Hodges. Gimme, Gimme scorches just fine thank you…
 
A Video of Warner and Dan Baird performing as Home Made Sin
Next up, Atlanta-based band Biters with Breakin Your Heart Again from their All Chewed Up EP.  This band has a great classic rock sound, but in a good way… if you know what I mean… or even if you don’t.

From SXSW 2012

Finally – we offer up another fine track from the German band Rooftop Runners – Streets off the We Are Here EP which dropped in April.  Rooftop Runners play an exciting and original brand of energetic dark pop.
 
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