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Music For Listeners 06/21/2014

1) Beastie Boys-"Country Mike's Theme"  From the CD compilation 'Anthology'.
2) El Campo-"Open Casket"  From the brand new flexidisc single for "Open Casket".
3) Alt-J-"Hunger Of The Pine"  From the brand new digital single for "Hunger Of The Pine".
4) Eros and the Eschaton-"Cry"  From the brand new compilation album 'Bar-None Records Summer Sampler 2014'.
5) Gulp-"Seasoned Sun"  From the forthcoming album 'Season Sun'.
6) The Crookes-"Straight To Heaven"  From the brand new digital single for "Don't Put Your Faith in Me".
7) Spanish Gold-"Ride On Up"  From the brand new album 'Out of Nowhere'.
8) Stagnant Pools-"You Whir"  From the brand new album 'Geist'.
9) Superfood-"Right On Satellite (Radio Edit)"  From the brand new digital single for "Right On Satellite".
10) The Hawks (of Holy Rosary)-"Dizzy"  From the forthcoming album 'What Team Am I On?'.
11) Rentals-"Thought of Sound"  From the forthcoming album 'Lost In Alphaville'.
12) Alvvays-"Archie, Marry Me"  From the brand new digital single for "Archie, Marry Me".
13) PAWS-"Tongues"  From the brand new album 'Youth Culture Forever'.
14) Only Real-"Cadillac Girl"  From the brand new digital single for "Cadillac Girl".
15) Summer Camp-"Beyond Clueless"  From the forthcoming motion picture soundtrack for the film "Beyond Clueless".
16) Circa Waves-"Young Chasers"  From the brand new digital EP 'Circa Waves'.
17) Wolf Alice-"Moaning Lisa Smile"  From the brand new digital EP 'Creature Songs'.
18) Menace Beach-"Tennis Court"  From the forthcoming digital single for "Tennis Court".
19) Elephant-"Assembly"  From the album 'Sky Swimming'.
20) Traams-"Selma"  From the forthcoming digital EP 'Cissa'.
21) Cosines-"Out Of The Fire"  From the forthcoming album 'Oscillations'.
22) The Holy Coast-"The Highest Love"  From the forthcoming digital EP 'The Holy Coast'.
23) Tom Vek-"Pushing Your Luck"  From the brand new album 'Luck'.
24) Tacks, The Boy Disaster-"Painting Pictures In The Dark"  From the brand new digital single for "Treasure Hunters".
25) The Moles-"Beauty Queen of Watts"  From the forthcoming digital single "Beauty Queen of Watts".
26) Blessa-"Unfurl"  From the brand new EP 'Love Is An Evol Word'.
27) Boat to Row-"Tightrope"  From the brand new digital single for "Tightrope".
28) The Gildings-"Sapphire"  From the digital single for "Sapphire".
29) Crafting For Foes-"Greenwood Laddie"  From the vinyl 7" single for "Greenwood Laddie".
30) Eat Lights Become Lights-"Into Forever"  From the album 'Into Forever'.
31) "The Mid-Morning Recording"    Pink Floyd - 'More - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack' (UK Vinyl)
They haven't released a studio album now in over 20 years, but I still have to say that Pink Floyd is still my favorite all-time band. Ever since I was young I listened to their popular releases, but in my teens and 20's, I found the rest of it. Back when I first found this album, I wasn't too impressed. What I didn't understand at the time was the process of experimentation in music. I didn't understand that this album was their first complete album without Syd Barrett. I didn't understand that this was the band's first try at producing their own music. It was merely passed off as a "soundtrack". As the years rolled on, I began to appreciate this release, (no pun intended), more. The album features some great classics that cannot be ignored, especially "Green Is the Colour", "Cymballine", and "Cirrus Minor". All three are some of my favorite songs ever produced from the band. Some people can't stand this Floyd album, but there are some out there that love this album the most from their catalog, mainly because it is quite experimental and avant garde. Sure, it isn't as deep, as layered, or as popular as the 70's efforts from the band, but this was a pure experiment that most bands couldn't pull off, even if they tried. This also happens to be the last album until '87's 'A Momentary Lapse of Reason', that would feature David Gilmour singing lead for all the tracks. I still haven't seen this movie, but wouldn't mind checking it out someday. I know the soundtrack really well. "Green is the colour of her kind. Quickness of the eye deceives the mind. Envy is the bond between the hopeful and the damned."
32) James-"Sayonara"  From the CD 'Wah-Wah'.
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