Wednesday Morning Music Shuffle – Chim Chim Mix

Have to make it quick today.  Nineteen songs in the Mix.  12 in the Bonus Mix and 7 in the daily shuffle.

First,  Nashville band Humming House, who are featured twice in the Bonus Mix today, have just released a video for the first single from their forthcoming album. “Fly On (Forever is Better With You)” is a great song, and the video features the parent’s of the band’s newest member – Leslie Rodriquez. By the way, her parents happen to be a couple of the coolest people I know. Watch the video, and I think you’ll get a glimpse of why I say that.

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BONUS MIX:

“Cold Chicago” (live version) by Humming House   “Horror Story Town (Acoustic Demo)” by Black Doctor Jr.  “Tennessee” by The Coal Men    “Don’t Look Now” (CCR Cover) by The Minutemen    “Motel Room in My Bed” by X   “Antiphon” by Midlake     “Mr. Clean” by The Jam    “Dorchester” by Darrin Bradbury   “Oh Canada…. Meet Me in Detroit” by Dax Penick    “The World According to Nouns” by The Minutemen     “Ain’t No Grave” by Black Jake and the Carnies    “The Line” by ??? (this track didn’t tag properly and I couldn’t track down where I got it or who the artist is…. cool song though)     “Chim Chim”  (from Mary Poppins) by Humming House  

TODAY’S SHUFFLE:

“Your Life In a Blur” by The Bright Light Motion (from For All the Right Reasons.  An earlier band by friend of #E2TG Joey Mansman (Cosmonauts, The Quick and the Dead) – all proceeds (aka Tips) benefit the Blood/Water Mission)

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“Lost at Sea” by Andrew Ferris (from Yellow Lorry.)

“D.’s Car Jam/Anxious Mo-Fo” by The Minutemen (from Double Nickels on the Dime. Yeah! Three from this amazing album in today’s mix!)

“The Light Things We Do” by Andrew Ferris (from Yellow Lorry.  Second track in today’s Shuffle from this excellent Indie/Folk/Pop full-length debut.)

“Runaway Train” by Mark Robinson (from Quit Your Job – Play Guitar.  A track from Mark’s debut effort.  His latest – Have Axe – Will Groove – is a Semi-Finalist for the International Blues Challenge “Best Self-Produced CD” Award. The album was nominated by the Nashville Blues Society)

“Dead Man (Carry Me)” by Jars of Clay (from Good Monsters.  The version in the mix today was from a Noisetrade/East Side Manor Session)

“Days of Heaven” by Phosphorescent (from Live on KEXP @ Pickathon.  A cover of a Randy Newman song)

 
 
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Monday Morning Music Shuffle – Quiet Kid Mix

Taking a break from adding any more names to the Hall of Fame, but more will be added soon…

Meanwhile, on a non-work day, we have an rather interesting mix of music to get your week started:

“Soul Love” by David Bowie (from The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.  Another as we continue our survey of this classic album.)

“Cannibalistic Slaughter” by Eyes of the Dead (from their 2008 album, The Weak and the Wounded.  ‘Cause nothing says good morning Monday like Cannibalistic Slaughter…. Eyes of the Dead are from New Haven, CT – cause when you think of death metal, you think of Connecticut).

“Noose” by Josephine and the Wildfront (from Swallowed by the Ocean.  Josephine and the Wildfront are from Nashville)

“Ariel” by Moovalya (from Moovalya.  More good stuff from this Phoenix hard rock band.)

“Masterpiece” by Cloud Gavin (from Posture. From Illinois)

“Dancing in the Rain” (Outcast Mix) by The Hawk in Paris (from the Freaks and Outcasts EP. An Alternative/Electronic band from Nashville.)

“Sinners You Better Get Ready” by Black Jake and the Carnies (from Watching, Waiting.  Some more awesome from the original Ayatollah’s of Crabgrass.)

“Quiet Kid” by Dead Confederate (from Sugar. A song that goes back to the 2010 second full-length by this Georgia rock band.)

“Oceans Away” by The Bright Light Motion (from For All the Right Reasons.  from an earlier band by our friend, Joe Mansman (The Quick and the Dead, and Cosmonauts.)


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