Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Wednesday Morning Music Shuffle - Devil's Toolbox Mix

 Good morning from cold and wet Nashville where we currently have flurries flying around (or as we call it, a blizzard).  Hope everyone had a lovely December 25th.  

Band of the Year voting took off over the long weekend. We currently stand at over 1,400 votes counted and The Disappointment holds about a 150 vote lead over second place Skeletons in the Piano.  Still time to vote (voting officially ends at 11:59:59 p.m. on Sunday December 30.  Any votes received after the cutoff will not be counted.   Vote here!

Today's shuffle after the jump:


In 1991, Hoodoo Gurus got Kinky on their 5th studio album.  From that record, we have Castles in the Air.

Memphis (later Nashville) based Human Radio from their under-appreciated self-titled Album with a song called N.Y.C. *Not on available on Amazon Widget/Video is for Me and Elvis (off the same album)


Los Angeles Punk legends X from what is arguably their best record - 1983's More Fun in the New World talk about True Love (Pt. 2) - *Amazon Widget is for Live version of True Love.

Clem Snide, the Boston then Nashville based Indie Rock band lead by Eef Barzelay, released an A Beautiful EP in 2003 which included the band's cover of the Christina Aguilera hit Beautiful, plus a cover the Velvet Underground classic I'll Be Your Mirror.  Also included was the album version of All Green which was first released on the band's Soft Spot Record.



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