For every beginning there must come an end :: A Saturday Playlist


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For every beginning there must come an end :: A Saturday Playlist
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It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue :: Marianne Faithfull
How are Things, Love? :: Butch Walker
I Love You, But Goodbye :: Langhorne Slim
You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feelin’ :: Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood
American :: Lana Del Rey
Dream Baby Dream :: Bruce Springsteen
I Wanna Dance with Somebody :: Bootstraps
Lucky Man :: The Verve
Addicted to Love :: Skylar Grey
Tiny Vessels (demo) :: Death Cab For Cutie
I’m in Love with a Girl :: Big Star
Ex’s & Oh’s :: Elle King
What Kind of Man? :: Florence & The Machine
Hollow Drum :: Laura Welsh
Holy :: Frightened Rabbit
Carolina Low :: The Decemberists
The Black Bat Licorice :: Jack White
Put the Gun Down :: ZZ Ward
How You Like Me Now? (Raffertie Remix) :: The Heavy
50 Ways to Leave Your Lover :: G. Love & Special Sauce
Forever Young :: Rhiannon Giddens & Iron & Wine
Sullivan Street :: Counting Crows
Oh My Sweet Carolina :: Ryan Adams
Come Hungry :: Zucchini Drive, featuring Radical Face
In My Veins :: Andrew Belle, featuring Erin McCarley
Into the Mystic :: Van Morrison
I Want Somebody Badly :: Shudder To Think, featuring Jeff Buckley
Live & Die :: The Avett Brothers
Suspicious Minds (live) :: Pete Yorn
Send Me On My Way :: Rusted Root

4 thoughts on “For every beginning there must come an end :: A Saturday Playlist

  1. Once again the artwork you choose perfectly matches the theme of your mix. Another classic. Love that Dylan cover by Faithfull, one of my favorites. Thank you for the DCFC demo. I needed that one.

    1. Thank you. In this case, today, I found the artwork first and then went with where it took me musically – glad it works! I love that Faithfull cover, too – so much. You quoted the song this morning and it got me thinking of the song – so thanks for the inspiration for the first song.

      The DCFC demo is amazing. There are demos to all of Transatlanticism on the collection “Transatlanticism Demos”.

  2. The Echo & the Bunnymen Dylan cover I posted is from this rare Avalanche EP that I’d been looking for…years. I finally founded across the pond and it took me three months to get it. So worth the wait. And yes, the “Transatlanticism Demos” are amazing. Those DCFC demos actually sparked a draft of a poem that I am working on. Thank You again

    1. I’d like to read the poem! I’m glad it sparked some writing.

      The Echo cover is amazing – I’d imagine it was DEFINITELY worth the wait! Glad you were able to track it down.

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