Willis Earl Beal's "Nobody Knows" album.
Dark & stark & bluesy & soulful & tortured just the way i likes it.
Luke Haines "Rock & Roll Animals"
Concept album, nice stuff.
"The Sounds of Summer" album by the Martini Kings.
well it's summer no longer *sigh*
An oldie: Gerry Rafferty's "City to City" album.
Ya'll remember "Baker Street"? It's on here.
The surf instrumental sounds of Dirty Fuse!
Excellent band from Greece. Hmmmm maybe Xena would listen to them if she existed now.
The Outcasts, a UK punk band from the late '70s- early '80s. It's a best-of cd.
i'm an outcast too so good band for me to listen to.
"Island in the Sun" dbl cd.
Music of the Caribbean, calypso and whatnot.
Mojo magazine cd with a Johnny Cash tribute theme.
Right now a Charlie Rich song is playing.
Stonewall. A hard rock band from the early '70s.
This sounded better when i heard the songs on youtube.
Listening to some African desert blues. An artist by the name of Khaira Arby. She's got some great pipes on her. Really strong vocals. Great songwriting and musicianship throughout.
"Junip" by Junip.
Don't know much about them. The song is on an Insound mixtape that i downloaded. Free mixtape i get for subscribing to their newsletter, which is also free.
"I'm Just A Man" by Kevin Coyne.
One of them rare individuals in music, he was a fine singer/songwriter who never got his due.
Listening to a vinyl album: Bowie's "Pin Ups".
Great collection of covers. Vinyl sounds excellent.
"Silver Train" by East Village.
Great but forgotten jangle rock band from the '90s.
A cover of "i Put A Spell On You" by Natacha Atlas.
Egyptian singer who used to be part of the Transglobal Underground.
Richard X Heyman
His new album. It's okay.
Earlier dug the bluesy garage-punk sounds of Left Lane Cruiser and just finished the breezy femme pop stylings of Frankie Rose and now beginning the indie rock grooves of Deer Tick.
Oldie time: The Who's "By Numbers"
Next up will be the new one from Janelle Monae.
"Oceanic Graphs of the Wilderness" by Surf City.
New Xenaland er Zealand indie/punk band.
Another go-round of the new Janelle Monae.
Much much better than her last album.
Oneohtrix Point Never's new album.
One of the best electronic music albums of the year.
"Lushoto" from John Wizards' new album.
Allen Toussaint's new live album. Excellent.
The man sure can sing.
Listening to a UK Americana band called Canyon Ryde.
Cosmic roots rock, kinda reminds me of the Jayhawks at times.
Hjaltalín. An Icelandic orchestrated pop band.
Good vocals tho very melodramatic.
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