Friday, December 13, 2013

Friday Morning Music Shuffle - Ex-Eye-Aye-I Mix



Happy Friday the 13th to all you triskaidekaphiles out there.

Monday starts our march to 2014 by highlighting some of our favorite music of 2013. Culminating in the Third Annual Band of the Year unveiling ceremony blog post.  Who will join The Mobbs and Skeletons in the Piano in this super exclusive category?  You better tune in to find out.  It's all soooo exciting!

Anyway to close out a great year of Shuffles, we have another shuffle with some songs and stuff...

#E2TGWorthy... it started as a simple blog post, but everything got turned upside down. What happened next will change the way you look at simple blog posts for at least a couple of minutes...




EXTRAS:  "Light Years" by The Quick and the Dead    "When the Dawn Becomes The Day" by Humming House    "Made to be Blue" by Adam Hill   "A Song About Making Out in Cars" by Joseph Mooradian (either an earlier version of a song we featured a couple of weeks ago or an earlier song about the same thing.)   "Happy With Me" by holychild   "Under The Big Black Sun" by X   "Heaven Underfoot" by Damfino (another great track off of the fourth Mama Coco's Funky Kitchen comp)    "One Reporters Opinion" by Minutemen    "Skulldiggin'" by Black Joe Lewis    "Carry Me Home" by Carolina Story   "Going Down to Liverpool" by The Bangles    "The Hawk" (Kris Kristofferson cover) by Tom Verlaine  

Transition Track of the Day:
"Ginger Ale" by Adam Hill (from Little Time.)




SHUFFLE:

"Shit from Old Notebook" by Minutemen (from Double Nickels on the Dime. "Let the products sell themselves")

"High Road" by Cults  (from Static.)

"Cover Me Up" by Jason Isbell (from Southeastern.  Southeastern has deservedly ended up on many year end "best of" lists.  Who knows, you may even here some tracks from the album during our 2013 wrap up...)

"Ziggy Stardust" by David Bowie (from The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.  "but boy could he play guitar...")

"Like Shaking Hands" by Less Love and Wondernaut (from Paradigms in the Design.  Formal thank you to Gina Sigillito for introducing to this great music from Oklahoma City.)





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