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Picks Of The Week

Posted June 30, 2013 By admin

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Picks Of The Week

Posted September 17, 2012 By admin
  • Because Of You- C2C feat. Pigeon John
  • Happiness Pie- Death Lurks
  • Raggedy Man- Haley Bonar
  • Closer- Joshua Radin
  • You Go To My Head- Judy Garland
  • Photograph Smile- Julian Lennon
  • Like I Love You- Justin Timberlake
  • Dust In The Wind- Kansas
  • Last Night’s Letter- K-Ci & JoJo
  • Conversation With God- Kim Taylor
  • Phullon Empty- Knowdaverbs
  • I Want A Love (Remix)- Mike Dreams
  • Don’t Turn Away- Pieta Brown
  • Nata Di Marzo- Pizzicato Five
  • Wandering Star- Polica
  • The Golden Age- The Asteroids Galaxy Tour

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Picks Of The Week

Posted September 17, 2012 By admin
  • Because Of You- C2C feat. Pigeon John
  • Happiness Pie- Death Lurks
  • Raggedy Man- Haley Bonar
  • Closer- Joshua Radin
  • You Go To My Head- Judy Garland
  • Photograph Smile- Julian Lennon
  • Like I Love You- Justin Timberlake
  • Dust In The Wind- Kansas
  • Last Night’s Letter- K-Ci & JoJo
  • Conversation With God- Kim Taylor
  • Phullon Empty- Knowdaverbs
  • I Want A Love (Remix)- Mike Dreams
  • Don’t Turn Away- Pieta Brown
  • Nata Di Marzo- Pizzicato Five
  • Wandering Star- Polica
  • The Golden Age- The Asteroids Galaxy Tour

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Picks Of The Week

Posted January 30, 2011 By admin

Getting ready to head out to the Pieta Brown show in a while, I am working on getting the Maria Isa show and the Dessa show mastered and should have them up here sometime this week. The Dessa show was amazing, she had a lot of new material, so fans of her will definitely enjoy that show. Also, it was being taped by TPT, and will air March 27th at 10pm. I’m trying to figure out a way to record that, and will hopefully be able to share that here.

  • Lil’ Star- Kelis
  • Fly Me To The Moon- Joshua Radin
  • Catchy Hook- K.Raydio (ft. JDante)
  • Dead And Done- Bobby Long
  • Hometown Glory (Live)- Adele
  • The Book Of Right On (Instrumental)- Guy Buttery
  • On A Good Day- Billy Bragg
  • Easy- This Is Deer Country
  • In California- Rosa Hinskman

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Top 10 Albums of 2008

Posted December 22, 2008 By admin

Here are my top 10 albums of 2008. It was really a stretch to put some of these on here, looking back on 2008 made me realize how disappointing it was for music. Not a lot of great, or even good albums. The top few on my list here I think will be some of my favorites for years to come, but the rest are just average at best in my mind. I’m hoping for a better year in 09, I’ve been listening to the new Ben Kweller, which is due to be released in Feb., and it is bound to end up on next years top 10 list here. Hopefully it will be a sign of a great musical year to come. If you’re interested, click HERE for a look at my 2007 picks. Anyways, on with this years list.

#10.
DuffyRockferry

#9.
Erykah BaduNew Amerykah, Pt.1-4th World War

#8.
Eva CassidySomewhere

#7.
AtmosphereWhen Life Give You Lemons…

#6.
Bob DylanTell Tale Signs- The Bootleg Series, Vol. 8

#5.
Joshua RadinSimple Times

#4.
Lil’ WayneTha Carter 3

#3.
Brett DennenHope For The Hopeless

#2.
Leona NaessThirteens

#1.
Rachael YamagataElephants/ Teeth Sinking Into Heart

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Joshua Radin

Posted March 19, 2007 By admin

Contrary to what Garth Brooks once sang, it never hurts to have friends in high places. Though Joshua Radin is sure to have found his way without them, it can’t have done much harm to have gone to college with actor/director Zach Braff and singer/songwriter Cary Brothers, two of his more supportive schoolmates. The connections led to several appearances on Scrubs (starting with the Brothers-produced “Winter”), then on Grey’s Anatomy (“These Photographs”), followed by a record deal with Columbia. On his major label debut, Radin evokes the sensitive folkies of the AM era–Paul Simon, James Taylor, and Cat Stevens–as much as the alternative radio variant offered up by Elliot Smith in the 1990s. We Were Here, which follows indie EP First Between 3rd and 4th, is subtle stuff distinguished by vocals that are as much whisper as soft-spoken lullaby. Heck, “Everything’ll Be Alright” is even subtitled “Will’s Lullaby.” (The now LA-based Radin claims that his quiet style stems from writing songs that would keep a rather volume-sensitive New York neighbor at bay.) Overall, the cello-laden disc feels more familiar than original, but makes for a soothing listen, and de-synthesized Yaz cover “Only You” (penned by future Erasure member Vince Clarke) is a charming addition.

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  • Winter
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