New Kickstarter for Portland folkie Huck Notari hits the radar. Time to loosen the purse strings ladies.
Category: Best of 2009
A great album from a couple years back finds its way back into rotation. Schweikhardt’s “Life But No More”.
Great session by Gregory Alan Isakov from Folk Radio UK!
Re-post of one of my favourite EPs of 2009 that I just re-discovered while on vacation…highly recommended minimal acoustic folk for your Monday!
New album from Puzzle Muteson and an older EP from White Pines…what else do you need?
Re-post: The Parade Schedule’s perfectly subdued masterpiece “Seeds to be Planted, Trees to be Cut”.
Video for the Isbells song “Reunite” – Best of 2009 revisit feature.
Some listening of 2009’s “We Are All Alone In This Together” from Graham Lindsey – this is my Honky Tonk (with 2 mp3s)!
Here we are at Day 12 (the last day) of the annual “Best of Blogger Crew” series and […]
Today is Day 11 of this Best of series and we have the You Crazy Dreamers Blog! YCD is compiled of 5 contributors in total with myself included (What you say, Sandy is on two blogs!! Yes, its true!)
Captains Dead fights through hair bands, robots and middle school band class to get to some of his top songs of 2009
Captains Dead Blog joins in the fray at Day 10 with a best of 2009 list with a stroll down memory lane. Honestly one that I can almost relate to completely….almost.
Day 9 arrives on the Best of 2009 Blogger crew and it brings with it a Friday post with Battery In Your Leg. Sean from BIYL finds that an issue that many bloggers toss around this time of year…
Day 8 is upon us and Adrian from I Pick My Nose Blog (who incidentally is responsible for my favourite “bootleg” recording by any musician ever…) tells of his favourite moments in music performance from this past year.
Well, well, well. Here we are at Day 7 of this whole festive season/end of year blogger “best of” and Knox Road have dropped by.
It All Started With Carbon Monoxide ends the year with 5 musical releases from 2009 you can’t live without
Day 6 of “Bests” continue on with a return visitor from last years crew, It All Started With Carbon Monoxide! Agnes from way over in Australia brings you what we all crave – great music, period.