Today’s morning pomodoros soundtrack 🎵 is Stillness by Heron.

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🎵 Public Service Broadcasting, “Live at Brixton

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🎵 New cassette release on Genot Centre, Shirase by Bonie Jash, is a nice fuzzy, swelling background for working on a rainy Saturday morning

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The new Superchunk album is killer, heavy rotation for me 🎵 open.spotify.com/album/5VH…

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🎵 Living Colour, “Shade

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🎵 Augustana by Augustana

Forever in my top 5 favorite records.

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🎵 Sleeping at Last - Atlas: Three If you want to see what it’s like to be me, listen to this song.

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🎵 I.Q., “The Road of Bones” (cranked during my cross-Seattle commute home from first day—orientation—of the new job)

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🎵 The incomparable Sandra McCracken has a new album out today. Songs from the Valley

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🎵 A joyous post-rock noise day: For a Minor Reflection, “Live at Iceland Airwaves”; Talons, “Hollow Realm”; Pelican, “Forever Becoming

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🎵 Michael Penn, “March

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🎵 A joyous post-rock noise day: For a Minor Reflection, “Live at Iceland Airwaves”; Talons, “Hollow Realm”; Pelican, “Forever Becoming

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🎵 A great song this - Here I dreamt I was an architect

I need to listen to more from this band - The Decemberists, for their great acoustic.

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🎵 Fascinating short on the making of 10CCs ‘I’m Not In Love’. Creme and Godley were massive innovators of music and video in their day … and to my mind, too often ignored today. This gives lovely detail into the making of a massive song. Enjoy.

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🎵 A joyous post-rock noise day: For a Minor Reflection, “Live at Iceland Airwaves”; Talons, “Hollow Realm”; Pelican, “Forever Becoming

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Loving the Black Panther soundtrack. 🎵

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🎵 Forgot how good of a pop album this is. Phoenix - Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix

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I spent the AM writing about baseball cards, because that’s just the kind of geek I am, while listening to the new Brandi Carlisle. It’s just terrific. She writes such great songs. And that voice, but beyond the voice, she’s truly a great singer. Capable of nuance and power. 🎵

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🎵 Listening to The Family Tree: The Leaves, surfaced by the "Chill Mix" on Apple Music. I like it so far.

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https://open.spotify.com/track/50qLAF3XgfhtaCGDKT4Kks?si=gr6ulhUKRU6I0_w5rUNUYA:

🎵The Black Panter OST is GOOD.
Kendrick Lamar killed it, the work he produces is just unreal.

I Am, a song by Jorja Smith on Spotify.

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Joy by Loma from their self-titled album released yesterday. 🎵

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Tanlines Presents new play of children’s standards 🎵 (via metafilter): Row, row, … If you’re happy … Itsy … Alphabet … Old MacDonald …

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hey I was at this performance First Aid Kit, It’s A Shame at ACLFest 2017.
“Lately / I been thinkin’ ’bout the past / how there is no holdin’ back / no point in wastin’ sorrow / on things that won’t be here tomorrow”

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Woke up today thinking it was Mother’s Day. That would have been preferable.

At least there’s still Mrs Green’s cinnamon bread.

Melancholy Monday music (except it’s not Monday, but it feels like it) echoing in my head: 🎵 “Scarborough Fair/Canticle” by Simon & Garfunkel (1967)

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🎵 Kamasi Washington, “Harmony of Difference

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🎵 HomePod Test Playlist pulianas.com
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🎵 “Natural Blues” by Moby feat. Vera Hall boffosocko.com
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I have a significant portion of the entirety of human music at my disposal and I always end up listening to metal covers of The Legend of Zelda. 🎵

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🎵 If you like The Weakerthans as much as I do, you will find this interview with their singer, John K. Samson, fascinating.

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🎵 If you like The Weakerthans as much as I do, you will find this interview with their singer, John K. Samson, fascinating.

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Tanlines Presents new play of children’s standards 🎵 (via metafilter): Row, row, … If you’re happy … Itsy … Alphabet … Old MacDonald …

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🎵 Pete Frame john.philpin.com
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🎵 “Find My Baby” by Moby boffosocko.com
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🎵 “September/The Joker” by Earth, Wind & Fire & Fatboy Slim boffosocko.com
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A wistful, hopeful post-Valentine’s late night counterpoint to the melancholy Valentine’s Day echoes: 🎵 “Elusive Butterfly” by Bob Lind (1965)

(The song was originally 5 verses long but was cut to 2 for the record; with the wonders of the Internet, you can also hear all 5.)

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A wistful, hopeful post-Valentine’s late night counterpoint to the melancholy Valentine’s Day echoes: 🎵 “Elusive Butterfly” by Bob Lind (1965)

(The song was originally 5 verses long but was cut to 2 for the record; with the wonders of the Internet, you can also hear all 5.)

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Woke up today thinking it was Mother’s Day. That would have been preferable.

At least there’s still Mrs Green’s cinnamon bread.

Melancholy Monday music (except it’s not Monday, but it feels like it) echoing in my head: 🎵 “Scarborough Fair/Canticle” by Simon & Garfunkel (1967)

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Woke up today thinking it was Mother’s Day. That would have been preferable.

At least there’s still Mrs Green’s cinnamon bread.

Melancholy Monday music (except it’s not Monday, but it feels like it) echoing in my head: 🎵 “Scarborough Fair/Canticle” by Simon & Garfunkel (1967)

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Now listening 🎵 Treasure, by Hope Sandoval and The Warm Inventions.

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🎵 If you are already a user of any Rogue Amoeba product … this is a nice little thank-you from them.

Soundsource is a handy little utility - and this is where you can get your free license from them

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I spent the AM writing about baseball cards, because that’s just the kind of geek I am, while listening to the new Brandi Carlisle. It’s just terrific. She writes such great songs. And that voice, but beyond the voice, she’s truly a great singer. Capable of nuance and power. 🎵

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Third Coast Percussion makes me so happy. Tonight’s concert was so much fun. 🎵

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A wistful, hopeful post-Valentine’s late night counterpoint to the melancholy Valentine’s Day echoes: 🎵 “Elusive Butterfly” by Bob Lind (1965)

(The song was originally 5 verses long but was cut to 2 for the record; with the wonders of the Internet, you can also hear all 5.)

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Third Coast Percussion makes me so happy. Tonight’s concert was so much fun. 🎵

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