More swampy goodness from this Nashville band.
A lot of Nashville connections in today's shuffle. Chicago band The Autumn Defense stopped by Nashville and recorded this treat at the fabulous Eastside Manor.
Adam Hill is from Nashville. I've featured several tracks from his Little Time album. They are all good. So is this one.
Another appropriate song for the Morning Shuffle, and another stunningly beautiful pop song from The Jean Jackets. I really need to get caught up with their music...
Clocking in at over 10 minutes (and still only the second longest song in today's shuffle. I'm a big enough man to admit that I don't have a clue what this song has to do with The Beatles (or with conspiracies for that matter), but it's a sonically interesting extended jam.
Taylor Brown is a California folk singer who has appeared with (among others) Carly Simon, Levon Helm, and Dar Williams.
Taking us home on this blue Monday is a stunning 11+ minute song from Brooklyn based Joseph Arthur who more recently released an ambitious and awesome tribute to Lou Reed.