Vinyl for Vinyl

This summer Ana and I, in preparation for the "great long distance experiment" got to travel a bit around Maine and Canada and Vermont. On one occasion I had a prolonged discussion with a good man, here to be nameless to protect his reputation, about we humans and the big picture and what can be done about it all. It was a real and good pleasure and I hope I hadn't offended him as I usually do when I talk about these things.

Anyways - one last thing. I had mistaken Andrew Bird for Bobby Bare Jr. This is because Mr. Bare has a song which is close to my dyslexic heart called "Strange Bird" hence if I have a few in me I start mixing things up in a poor way; like saying that Andrew Bird has a senior version in the country and western scene. That is clearly not the case. Be sure to check out "Strange Bird" it's really good.

Anyways this is the short version which made the podcast:


01. Richard Hawley - As the Dawn Breaks

02. Six Organs of Admittance - The Desert is a Circle

03. Bill Callahan - A  Man Needs a Woman or a Man to be a Man

04. Agent Simple - Make a Right at Jordfallsmotet

05. Devandra Banhart - Shabop Shalom

06. The Felice Brothers - Run Chicken Run

07. Larkin Grimm - Dominican Rum

08. Port O'Brien - In Vino Veritas

09. The Precisions - New York City

10. Jens Lekman - A Postcard to Nina

11. Kid Koala - Its All Over

12. Townes van Zandt - Intro Joke from "Mr Gold and Mr Mud"

13. King Creosote - Camels Swapped for Wives

14. Adam Green - What Makes Him Act So Bad

15. Sleepy Jackson Lovers - Mourning Rain


And these are the tracks which got onto the Long Play version. Most of which can be found on previous podcasts of mine.

16.Adam Green - Castles and Tassels

17. King Creosote and Player Piano - Cod Liver and Orange Juice

18. Jill Barber - Oh My My

19. Bill Calahan - Eid Ma Clack Shaw

20. The Felice Brothers - Frankie's Gun

21. Cluthcy Hopkins Meest Lord Kenjamin - Brother John

22. Larkin Grim - Ride That Cyclone


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