I took last week off from the podcast but I tried to come back with a strong and diverse mix of songs that will make you think, dance, smile and cry. Let me know if it worked.
Iron & Wine “Upward Over The Mountains” from The Creek Drank the Cradle
The Low Anthem “Apothecary Love” from Smart Flesh
Townes Van Zandt “My Proud Mountains” from Our Mother The Mountain
Hooten Hallers “One More Heavy Mile” from Chillicothe Fireball
Sharon Jones and The Dap Kings “100 Days 100 Nights” from 100 Days 100 Nights
Black Joe Lewis “Come To My Party” from Electric Slave
Alabama Shakes “Hold On” from Alabama Shakes EP
Cory Branan “Meantime Blues” from No Hit Wonder
Blue Mountain “Mountain Girl” from Dog Days
Kierston White “Alcohol” from Don’t Write Love Songs
Uncle Tupelo “I Got Drunk” from 89/93 An Anthology
Billy Joe Shaver “The Git Go” from Long In the Tooth
Caleb Caudle “Missing Holidays” from Paint Another Layer On My Heart
And now back to your irregular rundown of what’s happening on the internet.
A couple of weeks ago McDougall played a festival here in Ft. Collins. His set was one of the highlights of the day. He also told me that he has a new record finished and that he’s hoping for a release by the end of the year. But this post isn’t about that-McDougall recently debuted his cooking skills. (Humor & new songs are also on display)
Watch his episode of Dinner & A Show here: It’s really great.
lossary is still on a hiatus but here’s a really in depth and interesting interview with Joey about his creative process. The I Think We Should Talk blog has the scoop.
If you’ve caught Two Cow Garage in the last few months you’ve most likely heard two new songs. One by Shane & one by Micah. Depending on the soundsystem at your local rock club, you’ve probably had trouble making out all the lyrics. If you watch music videos on youtube you’ve most likely come across KEXP, the community station in Seattle, because they’ve had a ton of great guests. World collided when Two Cow Garage recently went into the KEXP studios. Part of their 16 minute set was those two new songs. Enjoy these beauties.
Finally, that cooking show with McDougall was so rad I need to share the first episode of Dinner & A Show with The Hooten Hallers.