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Listen to a symphony of shades of orange that captures the time lapse of day and night – featuring artists like Rex Orange County • Hippo Campus • Dayglow • Nick Drake • Surfaces • St. Paul & The Broken Bones • Ray LaMontagne • The Revivalists
A new sound inspired by one song. – featuring artists like Briston Maroney • Hugh Kelly • Peach Pit • The Backseat Lovers • KALEO • Record Heat • Art Brut
Happy tunes for when you feel your heart overheated with joy – featuring artists like Twice • Cerrone • Juliette Armanet • Myd • L’impératrice • The Beach Boys • Bruno Mars • Mapache
The maddening, frustrating and inspiring experience that is humanity, and our daily struggle as we move forward… – featuring artists like The Stylistics • Flobots • R.E.M. • Mavis Staples • World Party • tulengua • Paolo Nutini • The Jam
Stop, relax, enjoy life’s little blessings – featuring artists like Bill Withers • Kadhja Bonet • L’impératrice • Erykah Badu • ROSALÍA • Laura Groves
Be Inspired to make the journey as others have been inspired before you – featuring artists like Fortheringay • Orbital • The Stranglers • The Beautiful South • The Tallest Man on Earth • Yo La Tengo • Beirut • Soccer Mommy • Them Crooked Vultures • Dua Lipa
Tracks where the piano – and occasionally the organ make all the difference – featuring artists like Tom Waits • James Leg • The Belfast Cowboys • Lou Reed • Joe Jackson • Wilco • World Party • Nina Simone
Hate Country music? Of course you do. You’ve come to the right place – featuring artists like Paul Cauthen • Lyle Lovett • Willie Nelson • Sturgill Simpson • Hank Williams Jr. • Johnny Cash • Jesse Dayton • Merle Haggard
Heart & Soul Of Everything – featuring artists like Curtis Mayfield • James Brown • Baby Huey • Bobby Womack • Issac Hayes • ohioplayers
random music from random playlists – featuring artists like Bob Dylan • Young Disciples • Jimi Tenor • Grand Puba • The Jacksons • Bette Midler • The Rolling Stones • Jill Scott
If 2020 were a woman, this blues-rock track — also called “Woman,” from San Francisco-based band Down Dirty Shake — would undoubtedly make for a more than appropriate theme song.
The voice of the legendary Mavis Staples is sounding more soulful than ever on her raw new album, We Get By. And on the opening track, written and produced by Ben Harper, Ms Staples pleads simply and repeatedly for the violence and intolerance of our age to end. “Bullets flying, mothers crying,” she sings in this concise three minute blues, accompanied by a growling guitar riff. “We gotta change around here”…
To start our road trip, I have this cool track by Jonah. Such a chilled out track to blow your digs and leave the city limits and head on the road to nowhere.
I was listening to the amazing In A Silent Way from Miles Davis (which will be featured on this playlist soon) and was thinking about the whole instrumental horn, jazz, blues, thing and then Battle Mountain appeared in my Inbox.