"Mr. Underground" by Superdrag.
Hadn't heard this song in a looooooong time.
Listening to the RocketNumberNine album that came out recently.
Funky electronics that makes me wanna get up & boogie!
"Chick Habit" by April March.
Love this song, never tire of it.
Oldie but goodie: Manfred Mann's cover of the Boss' "Spirits in the Night".
i knew a Crazy Janey once & i dug her too.
Oldie reissued: Fleetwood Mac's "Then Play On".
This was long before Stevie Nicks & Lindsey Buckingham came along. Love the old bluesy Fleetwood Mac when Peter Green was on guitar.
On disc 2 of the "Roots of Drone" collection.
Blues, classical, old timey, bagpipes, holiday, exotica- lotta genres covered here.
Most recent album by Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats.
Imagine John Lennon fronting Black Sabbath...
Listening to some free comp cd of new bands from the UK. So far nuthin strikes me fancy. But i love free comp cds. Great way to discover new bands.
The Tangent's new album.
It's prog rock, concept about work. So far so good.
"Cardboard Army" by Donovan's Brain.
Jangle pop band with a psych tinge.
"Broken Out in Love" by Mark Crozer & the Rels.
It's power pop with a Beatlesque edge.
"Baltimore Foot Stomper" by the Bills.
Hades yeah! Raunchy n roll garage/surf stuff that kicks major buttage!
Listening to the new Neko Case album.
Hey Neko's an xc wife...maybe she'll be in the sig pic next time.
An oldie album: Rick Wakeman's "6 Wives of Henry VIII".
Mostly instrumental prog from many moons ago.
"Stay Young" by Okkervil River.
Another fine release from them- a new one! no less.
"Number One Reason" by Kim Lenz.
Rockabilly babe from Texas. Maybe the Texans round here have heard of her.
Over The Rhine's latest album is playing.
It's good but not great. A dbl disc album that could have been edited down to one cd.
Grant Hart's "The Argument" album.
Hart used to be with Husker Du but this album is pop not punk.
"Big Time" by Rudi.
Some obscure Irish early punk band.
Another spin of the Go's "Fiesta" album.
Jack White's old band puts out one of the best albums of the year.
Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats "Mind Control" album.
It sounds lots like Black Sabbath in their prime.
Caro Emerald's "The Shocking Miss Emerald".
There's a '40s jazz vocal/early R&B thing going on.
A Tru Thoughts compilation.
Soul, funk, jazz, nu-soul.
"Hard Times" by J. Roddy Walston & the Business.
Sounds like the Hold Steady/Queen/power pop.
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