WOW Wednesday Music Shuffle – Jackals and Devils Mix

The idea behind WOW Wednesday is to open up the entire music collection housed on my phone and see what comes up on random shuffle.  As you probably know on most days, I shuffle a “current” playlist of around 200-300 songs – heavily loaded with new or recent music – supplemented with whatever has crossed my mind or my ear of late.

Today’s WOW shuffle offers a pretty darn random sampling of some the music I’ve gathered….

Go past the jump for more…

“The Devil Ain’t Lazy” by Bob Willis and His Texas Playboys from single

Why not some Western Swing from the 1930s to start things off…

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We stick to Texas with this song from this Austin-based Newgrass/Americana band.

“San Francisco” by Stu Larsen  from Vagabond

Okay so, this song was one of those that for whatever reason the tags don’t work right so that only the song title was included.  I had to do some detective work, but I found the song!  It’s a cool folkish song from this UK singer-songwriter.

“Eighth Avenue” by Hospitality from Hospitality

Hospitality are a Brooklyn-based indie-pop band.  A few years back, I found a sticker for this their self-titled debut album on Record Store Day at Grimey’s.  The video is a performance of this song from an in-store at that Nashville record establishment.  Coincidence? Probably not…

“Becoming a Jackal” by Villagers from Snapshot: A Domino Compilation/ Becoming a Jackal

And we close things out with the 2010 title track from the debut album by Irish indie-folk band Villagers…

Hope you enjoyed today’s WOW shuffle – tomorrow back to our usual (unusual shuffle)…


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