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Sep 15, 10, 01:07 PM #16
Euphoria by Enrique Iglesias features both English and Spanish songs.
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If you live on the planet Earth and listen to popular radio, you've heard "I Like It." It hit #4 on the Billboard Top 100 chart and also made it to #1 on the Billboard Hot/Dance Club Play chart. This second single from the record features Reggaeton rapper Pitbull. Along with Pitbull, Iglesias's songs also feature Pop, Hip-Hop, and R&B stars Akon, Usher, and Nicole Scherzinger.Advertisement
Sep 15, 10, 02:27 PM #17
Hey, Little Songbird
Wait For Me
The Twin Sister Vampires with Dreaming Kids EP is a free download off their website : LINK. Compared to some of their other stuff that I’ve heard, I get the idea that it was just four tracks that they recorded and were unable to fit into another album. I guess I would describe them as indie pop, maybe? Good stuff.
AA Bondy's When The Devil's Loose – I REALLY like this album, although I would still have to say I prefer his more stripped down first album, American Hearts. He has a kind of a Bruce Springsteen Nebraska feel to some of his stuff, and some if it is a little closer to the likes of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. If you haven’t gotten any of his music and are considering picking it up, I’d start from the beginning – there are only two albums anyway.
How Will You Meet Your End?
When The Devil’s Loose:
A Slow Parade
When The Devil’s Loose
The Mightiest Of Guns
Winter of Mixed Drinks was kind of a let down, personally, although I think I should probably go back and give it another listen or two, since I haven’t really picked it back up since I initially bought it. I was an immediate fan as soon as I heard Frightened Rabbit’s first album, Midnight Organ Fight, and bought Mixed Drinks without question because of the previous album, but it didn’t stick with me much. The actual musicality of Mixed Drinks does seem like it may touch a bit more on their Scottish roots (as if Scott Hutchison’s accent weren’t enough already), and that's kind of interesting to me. F.R. is in a similar vein to Wilco though, in my estimation, and maybe similarly they’re doing their own thing as far as changing up and reworking their formula goes. I guess I’ll see…
Midnight Organ Fight:
Heads Roll Off
The Modern Leper
Good Arms vs. Bad Arms
Old Old Fashioned
Winter Of Mixed Drinks:
Living In Coulour
Swim Until You Can’t See Land
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Nov 8, 10, 11:44 AM #18Picked up a vinyl copy of "Not Even In July": the debut album by JBM - moniker for singer-songwriter Jesse Merchant. I looked into it after reading a review about his album on one of the various music blogs that I frequent, and after finding a couple more reviews and seeing his name thrown around in comparison to artists Bon Iver, Tallest Man On Earth, Sufjan Stevens and Nick Drake, I decided this one would be worth a buy. It's a VERY well made album, and although I would have to admit it doesn't necessarily have the first-listen appeal that Bon Iver or Nick Drake do, it's most definitely growing on me, and I'd pretty definitely give it a thumbs up to anyone who's interested in getting it.
Vinyl comes with free digital download of the album when purchased from the Partisan Records website.
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Nov 8, 10, 11:51 AM #19Finally picked up "Infinite Arms" by Band of Horses last week. Great listen, awesome to mellow out to (like pretty much all of their music).
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Nov 10, 10, 10:47 AM #21Another one I've picked up on recently is Delta Spirit. I enjoyed the stuff I heard from their 2007 debut, and I'm liking what I'm hearing on their current release. I'll have to pick up their records as well.
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Nov 10, 10, 10:57 AM #23Delta Spirit on AllMusic.com
Here's a performance from Live with Jools Holland. The first song is one you've probably heard; just didn't know the name of it (like me).
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Nov 10, 10, 10:59 AM #24Been listening to Junky Star by Ryan Bingham. I loved his debut Mescalito and wasn't a huge fan of Roadhouse Sun, Junky Star brings him back into my good graces. Excellent album, and his songwriting really fits into the Steve Earle, Tom Waits, and Chris Knight (especially with his songs about murder and on the run) style of writing about hard and out characters. Plus that voice has the same raw qualities as Steve Earle.
For those of you who have seen Crazy Heart, Bingham penned "The Weary Kind" and also performed it on the soundtrack.
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By chance do any of you listen to Built To Spill or The National? I think Band Of Horses could be likened to both of those bands for different reasons, and I'm a big fan of both of them.
Nov 10, 10, 11:09 AM #29
Jamey Johnson- The Guitar Song
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