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Best Songs of 2016

Posted January 3, 2017 By admin

Adam Green- Never Lift A Finger
Amanda Shires- I Know What It’s Like
Amos Lee- Vaporize
Anderson .Paak- The Bird
Anoushka Shankar- Boat To Nowhere
Benjamin Francis Leftwich- Just Breathe
Bob Dylan- Melancholy Mood
Brent Cobb- South Of Atlanta
Carrie Rodriguez- La Ultima Vez
Charles Bradley- You Think I Don’t Know (But I Know)
Daniel Romano- (Gone Is) But A Quarry Of Stone
Dessa- Quinine
Gavin DeGraw- Harder To Believe
Haley Bonar- I Can Change
Haley Greene- Two Trees In The Dark
Haroula Rose- Songbird
Hayes Carll- Drive
John Mayer- Love On The Weekend
John Prine- Falling In Love Again
JoJo- Mad Love
Leonard Cohen- Treaty
Lisa Hannigan-Fall
Loretta Lynn- Everything It Takes (ft. Elvis Costello)
Luke Winslow King- Heartsick Blues
Matt Andersen-Last Surrender
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats- How To Make Friends
Neema- For You (ft. Emmylou Harris)
Norah Jones- Carry On
Pete Yorn- Lost Weekend
Peter Doherty- Flags From The Old Regime
Pigeon John- (You Gotta) Fight For Your Right To Party
Post Malone- Deja Vu (ft. Justin Bieber)
Rachael Yamagata- Over
Regina Spektor- Black & White
Romantica-Blue Heart
Sarah Jarosz- Green Lights
Scott Orr- Still Waiting
Shannon LaBrie- Took My Whole Life
Sharon Van Etten- Not Myself
Shooter Jennings- The Neverending Story (ft. Brandi Carlile)
Sivert Høyem- Fool To Your Crown
Springtime Carnivore- Under The Spell
Tara Beier- Summer Rain
The Boxmasters- People Move On
The Cactus Blossoms- Powder Blue
The Pines- Aerial Ocean
Tom Odell- Here I Am
Tori Vasquez- Wear You Thin
Water & Sand- All I Wanna Do
Wet- Don’t Wanna Be Your Girl

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Picks Of The Week

Posted May 13, 2013 By admin
  •  Unchain My Heart- Hugh Laurie
  • Get Rhythm- Joaquin Phoenix
  • Another Part Of Me- Michael Jackson
  • Splendid Isolation- Pete Yorn
  • When I’m Gone- Randy Newman
  • In The Cold, Cold Night- The White Stripes
  • Carmelita (Demo)- Warren Zevon
  • Sit & Listen To The Rain- Whiskeytown
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Picks Of The Week

Posted January 21, 2013 By admin
  • The Murder- Bernard Hermann
  • Hold Me Now- Jennifer Knapp
  • I’ve Been Loving You Too Long- Otis Redding
  • Can’t Let Go- Out Of Eden
  • I Woke Up In Love This Morning- Partridge Family
  • Strange- Patsy Cline
  • Heart Of The Country- Paul McCartney & Wings
  • Never My Love- Pete Yorn
  • Sacred Place- Peter Doran
  • Our Father- Pharrell
  • 96 Tears- Question Mark & The Mysterians
  • He Needs Me- Shelley Duval
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Top 15 Albums Of 2009

Posted December 22, 2009 By admin

Well, 2009 is coming to a close and it’s about that time to review the top albums of the year. This was a really good year for music in my opinion, so it forced me to expand the list from the normal 10 I do to 15 albums.

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15. Gavin DeGraw- Free

14. Regina Spektor- Far

13. Coconut Records- Davy

12.  Anthony da Costa – Not Afraid of Nothing

11. Colbie Caillat – Breakthrough

10. Brother Ali – The Truth Is Here

9. Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson – Break Up

8. Bobby Bare Jr. – The American Bread EP

7. Pete Yorn – Back & Fourth

6. Brother Ali – Us

5. CocoRosie – Coconuts, Plenty of Junk Food

4. John Mayer – Battle Studies

3. Bob Dylan – Together Through Life

2. Ben Kweller – Changing Horses

1. Paolo Nutini – Sunny Side Up

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Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson- Break Up

Posted November 12, 2009 By admin

Pete Yorn recorded Break Up in 2006 on the heels of one, but it sat on the shelf until 2009, appearing just a matter of months after Back & Fourth, and a year after his duet partner, Scarlett Johannson, cast as Brigitte Bardot to Yorn’s Serge Gainsbourg, made an awkwardly arty splash with a Tom Waits’ cover album, but the album that really casts a shadow over this is Vol. 1, the 2008 record by She & Him , the teaming of M. Ward and Zooey Deschanel. Yorn and Johannson cut their album long before She & Him, but surfacing in its wake, they can’t help but seem a bit like the polished, polite answer to the twee, precious charms of Zooey & M. Ward. Break Up does trump Vol. 1 conceptually, chronicling the dissolution of a romance as a series of duets, and Scarlett is a more-than-worthy foil to Yorn. If anything, her hushed, husky voice — showcased better here than on her own debut — is a greater presence than his self-pity. In this tasteful context, it’s easy to hear why he pines after her but not so clear what she ever saw in him in the first place.

  • Relator
  • Wear And Tear
  • I Don’t Know What To Do

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Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson- Break Up

Posted November 12, 2009 By admin

Pete Yorn recorded Break Up in 2006 on the heels of one, but it sat on the shelf until 2009, appearing just a matter of months after Back & Fourth, and a year after his duet partner, Scarlett Johannson, cast as Brigitte Bardot to Yorn’s Serge Gainsbourg, made an awkwardly arty splash with a Tom Waits’ cover album, but the album that really casts a shadow over this is Vol. 1, the 2008 record by She & Him , the teaming of M. Ward and Zooey Deschanel. Yorn and Johannson cut their album long before She & Him, but surfacing in its wake, they can’t help but seem a bit like the polished, polite answer to the twee, precious charms of Zooey & M. Ward. Break Up does trump Vol. 1 conceptually, chronicling the dissolution of a romance as a series of duets, and Scarlett is a more-than-worthy foil to Yorn. If anything, her hushed, husky voice — showcased better here than on her own debut — is a greater presence than his self-pity. In this tasteful context, it’s easy to hear why he pines after her but not so clear what she ever saw in him in the first place.

  • Relator
  • Wear And Tear
  • I Don’t Know What To Do

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Pete Yorn.com ## MySpace ## CD’s ## MP3’s ## Hype Machine ## YouTube

Scarlett Johansson.com ## MySpace ## CD’s ## MP3’s ## Hype Machine

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