Today we listen to some well tempered music from all over the world. We showcase new stuff from Michael Beach in Australia, BellTowers from Florida, Hoorsees from Paris, France, Dolph Chaney from Chicago, Koala Voice from Slovenia. We also have the new single from the legendary Reigning Sound and Julianna Hatfield as well. Chris Brokaw, formerly of Come, is also back with a new release.
Lilac Angel – RockÂ´n Roll Lady;
Michael Beach – De Facto Blues;
The BellTowers – Is This Her Day;
Coctails – 20,000 Arms;
Guided By Voices – Endless Seafood;
Hoorsees – Overdry;
Chris Brokaw – I Can’t Sleep;
Dirt Music – Panther Hunting;
Chris Church – Trying;
Julianna Hatfield – I See You;
Julianna Hatfield – Mouthful Of Blood;
Dolph Chaney – I Wanted You;
Dolph Chaney – The Handling;
Petrified Max – Sipping the Moon;
2nd Grade – Over and Over;
Reigning Sound – Since When;
Reigning Sound – A Little More Time;
Koala Voice – Vukovi;
The Lemon Twigs – The One.
Everybody already knows quite well that The Rolling Stones famous album Exile on Main Street has recently been reissued in a luxurious remastered new edition. It indeed sounds great, and much of today’s show is dedicated to this album. We also take some time to hear some new stuff. Super-trio Dirtmusic which consists of Chris Eckman, Hugo Race and Chris Brokaw has a second album called BKO. We also have a new name for the first time. His name is James Jackson Toth AKA Wooden Wand.
The Rolling Stones – Tumbling Dice;
The Rolling Stones – Happy;
The Rolling Stones – Title 5;
The Rolling Stones – Following the River;
Harlem – Poolside;
The Strange Boys – Laugh at Sex, Not Her;
Kurt Vile – I Wanted Everything;
Wooden Wand – Sideways Smile;
Mark Lanegan – No Easy Action (live);
Mark Lanegan – No Easy Action;
Woven Hand – A Holy Measure;
Dirtmusic – Collisions;
Dirtmusic – Panther Hunting;
Paul Butterfields’s Better Days – It All Comes Back;
Harlan T. Bobo – Sweet Life;
Jesse Winchester – Third Rate Romance.
When Chris Brokaw, Chris Eckman and Hugo Race decided to form a trio, their main objective is to learn from each other, share experiences as artists and musicians. As you can imagine, when you put three great authors together in an unusually creative situation, great things happen. The idea was to turn to conservatively traditional forms musically and expand them with touching and deeply personal experiences. And honestly, results are so strong that yours truly was driven to tears on track 10.