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Music For Listeners 01/21/2023

1) Beastie Boys-"Country Mike's Theme"  From the compilation album 'Anthology: The Sounds of Science'.
2) Angel Olsen-"All the Good Times"  From the album 'Big Time'.
3) Pavement-"Shady Lane"  From the album 'Brighten the Corners'.
4) Django Django-"Love's Dart (Mad Professor Mix)"  From the album 'Mad Professor Meets Django Django'.
5) Placebo-"Nancy Boy"  From the album 'Placebo'.
6) Arctic Monkeys-"The View From the Afternoon"  From the EP 'Who the Fuck Are the Arctic Monkeys?'.
7) Beth Orton-"She Cries Her Name"  From the album 'Trailer Park'.
8) The Verve-"A Man Called Sun (Live)"  From the 7" single for "Love Is Noise".
9) Interpol-"Obstacle 1"  From the album 'Turn On the Bright Lights'.
10) Pixies-"Caribou"  From the EP 'Come On Pilgrim'.
11) Super Furry Animals-"Ice Hockey Hair"  From the 12" single for "Smokin'"/"Ice Hockey Hair".
12) A Certain Ratio-"Always In Love"  From the album 'ACR Loco'.
13) Electronic-"Feel Every Beat" From the album 'Electronic'.
14) The Wedding Present-"Theme from Shaft"  From the 7" single for "Boing!"
15) Elastica-"Smile"  From the album 'Elastica'.
16) Squeeze-"Take Me I'm Yours"  From the album 'Squeeze'.
17) Idlewild-"American English"  From the album 'The Remote Part'.
18) Midnight Oil-"Blue Sky Mine"  From the album 'Blue Sky Mining'.
19) Mary Love-"You Turned My Bitter Into Sweet"  From the compilation album 'For Dancers Only'.
20) Bessie Smith-"Nobody In Town Can Bake A Sweet Jelly Roll Like Mine"  From the compilation album 'The World's Greatest Blues Singer'.
21) Easy Life-"Fortune Cookie"  From the album 'Maybe In Another Life'.
22) Fleetwood Mac-"Keep On Going"  From the album 'Mystery To Me'.
23) Michael Head & The Red Elastic Band-"Broken Beauty"  From the album 'Dear Scott'.
24) Harry Nilsson-"Vine St."  From the album 'Nilsson Sings Newman'.
25) Lambchop-"Up With People"  From the album 'Nixon'.
26) Henry Mancini-"Hawaii (Main Title)"  From the album 'Music of Hawaii'.
27) The Garrys-"Get Thee To A Nunnery" From the album 'Get Thee To A Nunnery'.
28) The Muppets-"The Rhyming Song"  From the compilation album 'Silly Songs'.
29) Chapterhouse-"Precious One"  From the EP 'Memerise'.
30) The Orb-"Molten Love"  From the album 'Orblivion'.
31) "The Mid-Morning Recording"    Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young-'Deja Vu'
Another tribute for this week's album. I know my parents really like CSNY, and since we've already played so many Byrds albums already, I thought we would go with most likely the most famous of their albums. I don't have major knowledge of their works, but this album obviously has some big singles, and some of the songs that defined Woodstock, including the song itself. I never did see CSNY live, but I've seen a lot of their performances on film. I've seen David perform with many of his friends over the years. David Crosby was certainly one of the best harmony singers of all of modern music. He is already missed by many. Rest in Peace David Crosby (1941-2023) - Michael - MFL
32) James-"Sayonara" From the album 'Wah-Wah'.

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Music For Listeners 01/14/2023

1) Beastie Boys-"Country Mike's Theme"  From the compilation album 'Anthology: The Sounds of Science'.
2) Cactus Lee-"Pere Lachaise"  From the brand new EP 'Perfect Middle Hall'.
3) The Murder Capital-"Return My Head"  From the forthcoming album 'Gigi's Revenge'.
4) Thus Love-"Repetitioner"  From the brand new album 'Memorial'.
5) Girl Scout-"Do You Remember Sally Moore?"  From the brand new single for "Do You Remember Sally Moore?".
6) High School-"Only A Dream"  From the brand new single for "Only A Dream".
7) Grapetooth-"Shining"  From the brand new single for "Shining".
8) Frankie Rose-"Anything"  From the brand new single for "Anything".
9) Eyes of Others-"Jargon Jones and Jones"  From the EP 'Bewitched by the Flames'.
10) Sunnbrella-"A Week or So"  From the forthcoming album 'Heartworn'.
11) Sweet Baboo-"The Worry"  From the forthcoming album 'The Wreckage'.
12) H. Hawkline-"Milk for Flowers"  From the forthcoming album 'Milk for Flowers'.
13) Blondshell-"Veronica Mars"  From the brand new single for "Veronica Mars".
14) Lightships-"Sweetness in her Spark"  From the album 'Electric Cables'.
15) Kate Davis-"Monster Mash"  From the forthcoming album 'Fishbowl'.
16) Everything but the Girl-"Nothing Left to Lose"  From the forthcoming album 'Fuse'.
17) Mauskovic Dance Band-"Face"  From the album 'Buckaroo Bank'.
18) Abracadabra-"Talk Talk"  From the forthcoming album 'Shapes & Colors'.
19) Why Bonnie-"Apple Tree"  From the brand new digital single for "Apple Tree".
20) English Teacher-"Good Grief"  From the EP 'Polyawkward'.
21) Silverbacks-"A Job Worth Something"  From the album 'Archive Material'.
22) Been Stellar-"My Honesty"  From the EP 'Been Stellar'.
23) Bad Bad Hats-"Super America"  From the brand new 10th anniversary reissue EP 'It Hurts'.
24) Amber Arcades-"Just Like Me"  From the forthcoming album 'Barefoot on Diamond Road'.
25) Death and Vanilla-"Looking Glass"  From the forthcoming album 'Flicker'.
26) Whitelands-"Born in Understanding"  From the brand new digital single for "Born in Understanding".
27) Horsegirl-"History Lesson (Part 2)"  From the digital single for "Billy".
28) Yo La Tengo-"Aselestine"  From the forthcoming album 'This Stupid World'.
29) The Golden Dregs-"American Airlines"  From the forthcoming album 'On Grace and Dignity'.
30) Monks Road Social (feat. Paul Weller)-"Keep on Singing"  From the forthcoming album 'Keep on Singing'.
31) afp-"The Orb's One Day, One September Remix"  From the brand new EP 'Orb v afp September'.
32) "The-Mid-Morning Recording"      Jeff Beck-'Truth'
Sadly another tribute for an album for this week's MMR. The world lost guitarist Jeff Beck this past week at the age of 78. Considered to be one of the greatest guitarists ever, he would straddle the line between blues, rock, and jazz. So many bands wanted him to be their guitarist, but he rarely played outside of his own bands throughout his career. I thought I would start at the beginning with his first solo album, released in 1968. The album features some of Rod Stewart's first vocal recordings, along with Ronnie Wood on bass, pre Rolling Stones. Even friends Keith Moon, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones take part on a few cuts. Heavy blues rock for 1968, the same year Led Zeppelin released their first album. Moving UK rock towards the heavier side of fast drums and overdriven guitar licks. Always ahead of the pack as one of the first fusion albums blending rock with blues, jazz, and even classical on his first album out of the gate. Rest in Peace Jeff Beck (1944-2023) - Michael - MFL
33) James-"Sayonara" From the album 'Wah-Wah'.

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