Transvision Vamp - Pop Art album,currently Tell That Girl To Shut Up.
Michael Kiwanuka has been around for, I think, 3 albums, but this is the first I'm hearing of him. He was featured on last week's episode of the Sound Opinions podcast (which also has a great feature on songs about the radio).
Kiwanuka is really interesting. He's got some of that retro soul vibe (he plays the guitars and bass on his latest album), but you can also hear elements of rock (fuzzy guitar), late-60s/early 70s social-conscious soul (Marvin Gaye, Curtis Mayfield - the lush arrangements - great lyrics) and elements of hip-hop.
His previous album, Love & Hate, is really good, too.
Jim Brickman - Visions of Love
Essential Miles Davis
Quicksilver Messenger Service - Happy Trails and Anthology
Ann Aniko Meyers - AIR
Jazz for - the Open Road
The Icicle Works - The Small Price Of a Bicycle album track one ,Hollow Horse.
Les Paul w/Mary Ford - Best of the Capitol Masters 90th Birthday Edition
Burt Bacharach Classics
Ian McNabb - Before All Of This album,currently ,Let The Young Girl Do What She Wants To.
Rachel Price---"White Rabbit".
This lady rocks!
geoguy: thanks for the Barbara Lynn post — been a fan since the days of We Got A Good Thing Goin' way back.
Been totally hooked on this for ages — Shawn Colvin sings, Buddy Miller and band play a Rolling Stones classic.
Aztec Camera - Stay album,currently How It Is.
Lovely singing, and warm guitar tones . . . .
Lovely crunchy Gretsch opening.
Roddy Frame - Seven Dials album,currently Forty Days Of Rain.
Amadeus - Academy of St. Martin in the Field
Lots of other similar music been on while making Thxgiving preps...
Waiting for the horde to arrive.
I'd like to hear that Echo Canyon Album...it's what I grew up on.
Right now, we've switched over to Aaron Copland...about as American as one can get.
I have 2 Vinyl Albums...just delightful.
Edwyn Collins - Hope and Despair album,currently Darling They want It All.
Mr. Duane Eddy! of course.
Love Gene Vincent’s version of this
OK, it's a standard but ya gotta admit it's cutting edge -
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