Thursday, May 2, 2013

Thursday Morning Music Shuffle - Slow Day, Fast Time Mix

So maybe 20 songs in one post was a little excessive.... so I'll keep it down to 15 today.


"Shit That Matters" by JENNY (the band has a new album called Love and Politics out now)
"Sleeping Through Heaven" by Game Theory (for those keeping track this make 8 Game Theory songs in two days)
"Rest Your Weary Mind" by Elizabeth Cook with Bobby Bare Jr. (Two of Nashville's coolest poeple)
"I Still Want a Little More" by Milk Carton Kids (I'm digging on this band lately) 
"You Always Make Me Smile" Kyle Andrews  (Nashville Singer-songwriter, electronic musician)
"Linus and Lucy" by Game Theory (9 in two days - yes it's the Vince Guaraldi song)
"No Reason" by Jeanette Lynne  (A CXCW alum - When Popatunes  says "Jump", I say, 'yeah, right!'. When Popatunes says "check out this music" - I say - 'hell, yeah!') 
"Sad Baby Wolf" by Sad Baby Wolf (I love this band and this song is one of my favorites)
"New Jerusalem" by Neighbour (Neighbour is Kacie Williams - Nashville again!)


  • "Dontcu Wanna" by The Joy of Painting from Tender Age EP (2013)

 The New record from The Joy of Painting is called Tender Age which you can Pre-Order using the widget above.  The first single, Dontcu Wanna is available as a Free Download by navigating the bandcamp page.  It's a good one!

  •  "Falling Apart" by Billy Pilgrim from Bloom (2008)

  • "Complex" By Kyle Andrews from Best of 2006-2012 (2013 Noisetrade)

Nashville is home to a growing list of singer-songwriters who take the city's propensity toward great songwriting and applies it a wide variety of musical styles. Kyle Andrews is a great example of this.

  • "Museum of Hopelessness" by Game Theory from Lolita Nation (1987)

Ten seconds of sweet sounds...

  • "Girlfriend" by Slim Dunlap from Times Like This (1996)


Minneapolis legend Slim Dunlap who suffered a devastating stroke last year has an incredible musical legacy.  Be sure to check out and support the Songs for Slim releases.

  • "Switzerland" by Bison (The Last Bison) from Quill (2011)/Inheritance (2013)



Okay I don't have time to figure out the whole Bison/Last Bison thing.  But, whatever, this is a great song and a great way to close the shuffle.

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