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Best songs of 2013

Posted January 1, 2014 By admin

Well, it’s a couple days later than I planned, but here are the best songs of 2013. The reason I am late posting this is that in the past I try to pick whatever songs can fit on 2 CD’s. It was time consuming narrowing them down that way, and at some point I figured why limit myself. I’m probably the last person who still uses CD’s anyways, so I just figured I will pick whatever songs I want, and not worry about limits like that. So, here are my favorite songs of 2013:


  • Just To Make Me Feel Good – Adam Green & Binki Shapiro
  • About Farewell – Alela Diane
  • Nothing On Me – Alexz Johnson
  • Johnson Blvd. – Amos Lee
  • Indian Summer – Anoushka Shankar
  • One and Only – Ashley Gold
  • Went To See The Gypsy (Demo) – Bob Dylan
  • Wild Child – Brett Dennen
  • Change Your Ways Or Die (The Buffalo Song) – The Cactus Blossoms
  • Pink Champagne – Caitlin Rose
  • Sad Joy – Carrie Rodriguez
  • Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – Cat Power
  • Crying in the Rain – The Chapin Sisters
  • Body Party – Ciara
  • Villain – CocoRosie
  • Lost In You – Darius Rucker
  • It’s Only Me – Dessa
  • No Freedom – Dido
  • Autumn Leaves (Les Feuilles Mortes) – Emmy Rossum
  • Wait – Eric Burdon
  • Please Don’t Say You Love Me (Piano Version) – Gabrielle Aplin
  • Hard To Be Like You – Hanna & Kerttu
  • Love My Life Away – Harry Connick, Jr.
  • Drinkin’ – Holly Williams
  • Unchain My Heart – Hugh Laurie
  • I Got You – Jack Johnson
  • Pure Imagination – Jamie Cullum
  • Loneliness & Alcohol – Jars Of Clay
  • Reckoning – Jen Chapin
  • Sunnyside – Jessica Campbell
  • God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen – Jewel
  • Dear Marie – John Mayer
  • There Is a Stone – John Smith
  • Fight for My Soul- Jonny Lang
  • All Bad – Justin Bieber
  • You Got It On – Justin Timberlake
  • Five Hundred Miles – Justin Timberlake, Carey Mulligan & Stark Sands
  • As Long As I’ve Got You – Kendra Morris
  • These Great Things – Lily & Madeleine
  • Fly – Luluc
  • The Search – Mree
  • Leaving On A Jet Plane – My Morning Jacket
  • On My Way To Work – Paul McCartney
  • Lost In You – Petula Clark
  • Warrior Lord – Poliça
  • Nowhere Is – Ron Sexsmith
  • Kid Face – Samantha Crain
  • Ms. Unseen – Sean Lennon
  • Love Will Remember – Selena Gomez
  • Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around – Shearwater and Sharon Van Etten
  • I Can See Clearly Now – Simone Dinnerstein & Tift Merritt
  • O Bêbado e a Equilibrista / Smile – Stacey Kent
  • When You Get to Asheville – Steve Martin & Edie Brickell
  • With Or Without You – Sungha Jung
  • Grow Old With Me (Demo) – Tom Odell
  • Restless Fugitive – Willy Mason

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Picks Of The Week

Posted July 14, 2013 By admin

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Picks Of The Week

Posted April 29, 2013 By admin
  • Dear Mama- 2Pac
  • One And Only- Ashley Gold
  • Thirsty Boots- Bob Dylan
  • Under The Gun- Conjure One (ft. Leigh Nash)
  • Hanging Around (Acoustic)- Gemma Hayes
  • Everlasting Love- Jamie Cullum
  • Break Me- Jewel
  • Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around- Shearwater & Sharon Van Etten
  • Babybird- The Wallflowers
  • Ladybird- Tom’s Club
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Picks Of The Week

Posted January 28, 2013 By admin
  • Kokomo- Adam Green with Ben Kweller
  • Lately I’ve Let Things Slide- Caitlin Rose
  • Grazie, Prego, Scusi- Dean Martin
  • Matches To Paper Dolls (Alternate)- Dessa
  • No Freedom- Dido
  • Born Loser- DMX
  • Lonesome Blue- Erik Koskinen
  • Someone To Watch Over Me- Frank Sinatra
  • Numb- Jamelia
  • Frontin’- Jamie Cullum
  • Suicide Is Painless- Matt Costa
  • Jolene- Miley Cyrus
  • I’ll Find A Way- Rachael Yamagata
  • Marie- Randy Newman
  • Mara Lisa- Ryan Adams
  • The Christmas Song- Sammy Davis, Jr.
  • Hometown Glory- Santogold
  • Wild Horses- The Sundays
  • 6th Avenue Heartache (Acoustic)- The Wallflowers
  • Tomorrow Is A Long Time- Zee Avi
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Picks Of The Week

Posted March 6, 2011 By admin

First off, let me start off by apologizing for the lack of posts this past week. I caught the flu bug, and add a little twist of the cold and you have a horrible combination. I just didn’t have the energy to do much, including blog. I seem to be getting over it, so hopefully this week will be better. Secondly, Record Store Day is just right around the corner (April 16th), and this year will see more releases than any past years, with over 200 and counting so far. To check out all the expected RSD releases, check this link. I’m looking forward to trying to grab the Ryan Adams record, as well as the Gram Parsons/Emmylou 7″. What are you looking forward to getting? Make sure to get to your local record stores early as these releases are available in limited quantity. Be sure to support your independent record store year round as well, there are some pretty amazing ones out there. As far as the Picks Of The Week, I won’t be putting up many songs as I wasn’t able to listen to much new music this past week, but I will say the new Ron Sexsmith album is amazing, definitely check that out when you get a chance.

  • Own Side- Caitlin Rose
  • Profit & Loss- Doomtree
  • God Only Knows- Jamie Cullum
  • Believe It When I See It- Ron Sexsmith
  • Troubadour- Tim Buckley
  • Yonkers- Tyler, The Creator


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Golden Globe nominee Jamie Cullum–the Grammy nominated singer, pianist, and composer with sales of over five million albums worldwide–will attend the awards show this Sunday, January 11 and walk the red carpet. Cullum is nominated for “Best Original Song” for “Gran Torino” from the film of the same name, which he co-wrote with the films director and star Clint Eastwood.

Both Cullum and Eastwood are featured singing “Gran Torino” during the film’s emotional finale, and Cullum’s performance of the title-track is currently available as an exclusive download from iTunes.

Earlier this year, Eastwood and Cullum jointly headlined the Monterey Jazz Festival’s closing evening panel where the iconic Eastwood raved: “I just see in him a great spontaneity… a great showman player, and I think he’s everything that jazz needs today.”

A worldwide star noted for his raw energy, insatiable musical creativity, and fearless and engaging live performances, Cullum’s career on stage and on record has been marked with remarkable critical acclaim, sales, and fan support. Cullum has spent much of 2008 writing and recording material for his next album–the follow up to his breakout albums ‘Twentysomething‘ and ‘Catching Tales‘–slated for release in early 2009.

The film ‘Gran Torino‘ is a production of Warner Bros. Pictures, and will be available in wide release in the U.S. beginning January 16th, 2009.

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