Female Friday

Female Friday Playlist

Stars, guitars and baby doll dresses – a Female Friday Playlist

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Stars, guitars, and baby doll dresses
A Female Friday Playlist

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“Human Behavior” by Björk
“Baby Blue” by Martina Topley-Bird
“Youth” by Daughter
“Praying” by Kesha
“Elastic Heart” by Sia
“Hey Jupiter” (The Dakota Version) by Tori Amos
“Fast As You Can” by Fiona Apple
“Stand Back” by Stevie Nicks
“Sunset Strip” by Courtney Love
“Fake Happy” by Paramore
“C’mon Billy” by PJ Harvey
“Half Life” by Imogen Heap
“my boy” by Billie Eilish
“Downtown” by Petula Clark
“School Night” by Ani DiFranco
“Simple Together” by Alanis Morissette
“Hold Me Now” by Elastica
“Do You Love Me Now?” by The Breeders
“In a Different Light” by The Bangles
“Self-Destructive” by Mothica
“Beggin’ For Thread” by Banks
“Ruins” by First Aid Kit
“This Love” by Julia Stone
“Daniel” by Bat For Lashes
“Shadow” by CHROMATICS
“Danny’s Song” by Neko Case
“My Manic and I” by Laura Marling
“Love Is To Die” by Warpaint
“Call It Off” by Tegan And Sara featuring CHVRCHES
“Girls Talk” by Shirley Manson and Brody Dalle

Stars, guitars, and baby doll dresses

Music Changes Everything - Female Friday Playlist

Music Changes Everything – Female Friday Playlist

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For this week’s FEMALE FRIDAY let’s spin a new playlist full of women in music from various eras, styles, genres, and sound. This one is specially made for driving and long (or short) road trips. These Female Friday playlists are some of my favorite to make, and honestly, they feel like they make themselves.

So come on, get comfortable and be sure to Turn Up the Volume, Press Play, and, of course, if you know the words, sing-a-long!

Music Changes Everything - Female Friday Playlist

Music Changes Everything
A Female Friday Playlist

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“Money Changes Everything” by Cyndi Lauper
“Rock Hard” by Suzi Quatro
“Precious” by Pretenders
“Take It Or Leave It” by The Runaways
“Hanging On the Telephone” by Blondie
“Walking Zero” by Sneaker Pimps
“Razor Tongue” by Martina Topley-Bird
“Los Ageless” by St. Vincent
“C’mon Billy” by PJ Harvey
“Habits (Stay High)” by Tove Lo
“Hey Joe” by Charlotte Gainsbourg
“Like a Rolling Stone” by Nancy Sinatra
“I Try” by Macy Gray
“No More ‘I Love You’s'” by Annie Lennox
“I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone” by Sleater-Kinney
“Never Said” by Liz Phair
“On My Radio” by The Selecter
“Going Down to Liverpool” by The Bangles
“Nothing, Not Really” by Laura Marling
“God” by Tori Amos
“Naked Eye” by Luscious Jackson
“Brand New Key” by Melanie
“Alphabet Boy” by Melanie Martinez
“bellyache” by Billie Eilish
“Young and Beautiful” by Lana Del Rey
“Sweet Ophelia” by Zella Day
“Hold Me” by HAIM
“Ain’t Your Right” by Sky Ferreira
“What Kind of Man” by Florence And The Machine
“Across the Universe” by Fiona Apple

Music Changes Everything – A Female Friday Playlist

Female Friday Mix 'Cause girls like me, we always get what we want

‘Cause girls like me we always get what we want – Female Friday Playlist

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For this week’s FEMALE FRIDAY let’s turn up the volume with a playlist of WOMEN IN MUSIC from various eras, styles, and sound. Random and wonderful, this playlist almost created itself. Some of my favorite songs are in this mix. I hope some of yours are, too.

So come on, get comfortable and be sure to Turn Up the Volume, Press Play, and, of course, Sing-A-Long.Female Friday Mix 'Cause girls like me, we always get what we want

‘Cause girls like me we always get what we want
A Female Friday Playlist

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“Torn” by Edna Swap
“You Drive Me Wild” by The Runaways
“Sunset Strip” by Courtney Love
“Kills to be Resistant” by Bully
“Rebel Girl” by Bikini Kill
“Future Starts Slow” by The Kills
“Shut Up Kiss Me” by Angel Olsen
“COPYCAT” by Billie Eilish
“Butterfly Collector” by Garbage
“Back To Black” by Amy Winehouse
“You’re In a Bad Way” by Saint Etienne
“Morning Velvet Sky” by Gulp
“Bulletproof” by La Roux
“Atomic” by Blondie
“It Ain’t Easy” by Bettye Lavette
“Tainted Love” by Gloria Jones
“Soul Time” by Shirley Lewis
“Hello Stranger” by Barbara Lewis
“Fake Plastic Trees” by Amanda Palmer
“Me and My Charms” by Kristin Hersh
“LA Song” by Beth Hart
“Lust to Love” by The Go-Go’s
“Love is a Stranger” Eurythmics
“The Apocalypse Song” by St. Vincent
“Crystalized” by Martina Topley-Bird
“All I Need” by Air featuring Beth Hirsch
“Nobody’s Diary” by Yazoo
“The Killing Jar” by Siouxsie And The Banshees
“Live It Up” by Dusty Springfield
“Brand New Key” by Melanie
“I Could Be Happy” by Altered Images
“He’s a Rebel” by The Crystals

‘Cause girls like me we always get what we want
A Female Friday Playlist

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Women In Music – The Letter A – A Female Friday Playlist

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This Week’s Female Friday/Women In Music Feature is the start of a new Playlist Series – “The Alphabet of Women in Music”. Starting out, of course, we have “The Letter A”. This will coordinate off and on weeks with the Women In Music Alphabetically series.

Following you will find a Playlist filled with “A” artists and songs by the best women in music. You can listen via Spotify or YouTube by clicking the links below, or you can also Press Play at the bottom of this post to stream the YouTube Playlist right here on the page.

Happy Female Friday! We hope you enjoy the music.

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Women In Music – The Letter A
A Female Friday Playlist

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“Amber Waves” by Tori Amos
“Sleep to Dream” by Fiona Apple
“The Angels Hung Around” by Rilo Kiley
“I Can Buy You” by A Camp
“Send My Love (To Your New Lover)” by Adele
“Angel Eyes” by ABBA
“Ashes & Wine” by A Fine Frenzy
“And the Boys” by Angus & Julia Stone
“Riverside” by Agnes Obel
“Army of Me” by Bjork
“Save Me” by Aimee Mann
“Adia” by Sarah McLachlan
“Thank U” by Alanis Morissette
“Ain’t No Other Man” by Christina Aguilera
“If I Ain’t Got You” by Alicia Keys
“A&E” by Goldfrapp
“Acrobat” by Tanya Donelly
“Addicted to Love” by Florence & The Machine
“Ampersand” by Amanda Palmer
“As Is” by Ani DiFranco
“American” by Lana Del Rey
“Alice” by Cocteau Twins
“Are You Satisfied?” by Marina & The Diamonds
“Alphabet Boy” by Melanie Martinez
“I Love the Nightlife” by Alicia Bridges
“Invisible” by Alison Moyet
“No More ‘I Love You’s'” by Annie Lennox
“Back to Black” by Amy Winehouse
“Ain’t No Way” by Aretha Franklin
“Breathe (2 AM)” by Anna Nalick
“The Passenger” by Alison Mosshart & The Forest Rangers
“I Could Be Happy” by Altered Images

Women In Music – The Letter A

Women In Music - The Letter A - The Best of Tori Amos

Women in Music – The Letter A – The Best of Tori Amos

Female Friday

This Week’s Female Friday/Women In Music Friday we start a Series that will be going for quite a few weeks to come – Women In Music Alphabetically. This week we start with one of our Favorite Women In Music, Tori Amos, for “The Letter A”.

Following you will find The Best of Tori Amos in 30 Songs. To Listen, click on the links below for Spotify and YouTube. You can also Press Play at the bottom of this post and stream this Playlist on YouTube right here on this page.

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Women in Music – The Letter A – The Best of Tori Amos

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“Silent All These Years”
“Northern Lad”
“Precious Things”
“Hey Jupiter” (The Dakota Version)
“Jackie’s Strength”
“Upside Down”
“Playboy Mommy”
“Pretty Good Year”
“Spark”
“God”
“Sugar”
“Past the Mission”
“Tear in Your Hand”
“The Waitress”
“Cornflake Girl”
“Crucify”
“Professional Widow”
“Caught a Light Sneeze”
“Baker Baker”
“Gold Dust”
“Twinkle”
“1,000 Oceans”
“Winter”
“Raspberry Swirl”
“Putting the Damage On”
“China”
“A Sorta Fairytale”
“Amber Waves”
“Cloud On My Tongue”
“Little Earthquakes”

Women In Music – The Letter A – The Best of Tori Amos

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Women of the 70’s for Female Friday

Female Friday

This time around let’s go back to the 70’s for this week’s Female Friday and spin a 50-Song Playlist of Women in Music. Yes, 50 Songs – it is Friday and we Love Women in Music here at Lyriquediscorde. The 70’s gifted us with so many Musical Genres of Fantastic Females in Music, from Punk to Glam to Disco, and from Country, to Folk, to phenomenal Singer-Songwriters, and Voices that would transcend the decade. There is so much Music to choose from this 70’s Themed Female Friday that we really had to go for 50!

So, get comfortable and be sure to Turn Up the Volume, Press Play, and, of course, Sing-A-Long.

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WOMEN OF THE 70’S
A FEMALE FRIDAY PLAYLIST

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“Gold Dust Woman” by Fleetwood Mac
“So Far Away” by Carole King
“You’re No Good” by Linda Ronstadt
“Knowing Me, Knowing You” by ABBA
“Danny’s Song” by Anne Murray
“California” by Joni Mitchell
“Killing Me Softly with His Song” by Roberta Flack
“Until You Come Back to Me (That’s What I am Going to do)” by Aretha Franklin
“Band of Gold” by Freda Payne
“Mr. Big Stuff” by Jean Knight
“Me & Bobby McGee” by Janis Joplin
“Magic Man” by Heart
“The Wild One” by Suzi Quatro
“Cherry Bomb” by The Runaways
“Brand New Key” by Melanie
“Delta Dawn” by Helen Reddy
“Midnight Train to Georgia” by Gladys Knight & The Pips
“I Will Survive” by Gloria Gaynor
“Dreaming” by Blondie
“I Honestly Love You” by Olivia Newton-John
“The Morning After” by Maureen McGovern
“At Seventeen” by Janis Ian
“Dancing Barefoot” by Patti Smith
“Wuthering Heights” by Kate Bush
“I Thank You” by Bonnie Raitt
“Gypsy, Tramps & Thieves” by Cher
“Love to Love You Baby” by Donna Summer
“Got To Be Real” by Cheryl Lynn
“Spinning Wheel” by Shirley Bassey
“Ring My Bell” by Anita Ward
“Heartbreaker” by Pat Benatar
“We are Family” by Sister Sledge
“Shame, Shame, Shame” by Shirley & Company
“There’s a Party Goin’ On” by Nancy Sinatra
“Tell Me Something Good” by Chaka Khan & Rufus
“Love Hangover” by Diana Ross
“Right Back Where We Started From” by Maxine Nightingale
“Love Will Keep Us Together” by Captain & Tennille
“If I Can’t Have You” by Yvonne Elliman
“Something Real” by Phoebe Snow
“It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue” by Joan Baez
“Rose Garden” by Lynn Anderson
“Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue” by Crystal Gayle
“The Rose” by Bette Midler
“Evergreen” by Barbra Streisand

Women of the 70’s :: A Female Friday Playlist

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Tori Amos, PJ Harvey, Björk & Massive Attack Mashup by Wax Audio for Female Friday

Female Friday

For Today’s Female Friday let’s take a look at the three incredible Women in Music who make up the Theme’s Header above – PJ Harvey, Björk and Tori Amos, specifically a Mash Up by Wax Audio of PJ, Björk, Tori and Massive Attack that we here at Lyriquediscorde think is pretty cool. We will also sample a Song from each of these Women via live performances.

Stay tuned in the upcoming weeks for Full  Features on each of these Women.

Until then, be sure to Turn Up the Volume, Press Play, and Sing-A-Long.

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Tori Amos, PJ Harvey, Björk & Massive Attack Mashup by Wax Audio
For Female Friday

Tori Amos, PJ Harvey, Björk & Massive Attack Mashup by Wax Audio

Female Friday PJ Harvey Bjork Tori Amos Massive Attack Mash Up

And now for a Live Taste of each of these Amazing Women in Music:

“Caught a Light Sneeze” (Live) :: Tori Amos

“Ride Of Me” (Live) :: PJ Harvey

“It’s Oh So Quiet” (Live) :: Björk

We hope you enjoyed Tori, PJ, and Björk, both in the Wax Audio Mash Up (with Massive Attack) and in some of the Best Live Songs for each of these Amazing Women in Music.

Be sure to Come Back next week to see who we will feature next for Female Friday.

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Women of the 80’s for Female Friday

Female Friday

This time around let’s head back to the 80’s for this week’s Female Friday and spin a 50-Song Playlist of Women in Music. Yes, 50 Songs – it is Friday and we Love Women in Music here at Lyriquediscorde. The 80’s gifted us with Girl Groups, breakthrough Pop Stars, genre and genre bending Artists, Punk, New Wave and Rock wonders, and Voices that would transcend the decade. There is so much Music to choose from this 80’s Themed Female Friday that we really had to go for 50!

Be sure to Turn Up the Volume, Press Play, and Sing-A-Long.

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WOMEN OF THE 80’S
A FEMALE FRIDAY PLAYLIST

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“Borderline” by Madonna
“Rapture” by Blondie
“Hero Takes a Fall” by The Bangles
“What’s Love Got To Do With It” by Tina Turner
“Spellbound” by Siouxsie And The Banshees
“I Could Be Happy” by Altered Images
“Walking in L.A.” by Missing Persons
“New Toy” by Lene Lovich
“Running Up That Hill” by Kate Bush
“Voices Carry” by ‘Til Tuesday
“Make a Move On Me” by Olivia Newton-John
“Hit Me With Your Best Shot” by Pat Benatar
“Upside Down” by Diana Ross
“I Hate Myself For Loving You” by Joan Jett And The Blackhearts
“Total Eclipse of the Heart” by Bonnie Tyler
“Suddenly Last Summer’ by The Motels
“In My Room” by Yaz
“Let Her Go” by Strawberry Switchblade
“Head Over Heels” by The Go-Go’s
“Jukebox (Don’t Put Another Dime)” by The Flirts
“Masquerade” by Berlin
“Kids In America” by Kim Wilde
“Harden My Heart” by Quarterflash
“Bette Davis Eyes” by Kim Carnes
“A Girl in Trouble (Is a Temporary Thing)” by Romeo Void
“Back On The Chain Gang” by Pretenders
“God is a Bullet” by Concrete Blonde
“Ivo” by Cocteau Twins
“Love is a Stranger” from Eurythmics
“Baby, Oh No” by Bow Wow Wow
“I Eat Cannibals” by Toto Coelo
“I Want Your (Hands On Me)” by Sinead O’Connor
“If Anyone Falls” by Stevie Nicks
“When You Were Mine” by Cyndi Lauper
“Heart and Soul” by Heart
“Breakout” by Swing Out Sister
“Robert De Niro’s Waiting” by Bananarama
“She Works Hard For the Money” by Donna Summer
“The Sweetest Taboo” by Sade
“The Glamorous Life” by Sheila E.
“Nasty” by Janet Jackson
“Motorcrash” by The Sugarcubes
“These Dreams” by Heart
“Solitude Standing” by Suzanne Vega
“Coming Around Again” by Carly Simon
“Baby Can I Hold You” by Tracy Chapman
“Self Control” by Laura Branigan
“I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)” by Whitney Houston
“Buffalo Stance” by Neneh Cherry

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Women of the 90’s :: A Female Friday Playlist

Female Friday

Let’s head back to the 90’s for this week’s Female Friday and spin a 50-Song Playlist of Women in Music. The 90’s were an interesting decade for Women in Music, with the Riot Grrrls, Lilith Fair, Grunge, Hip Hop and Alternative Rock, and More. There is so Much Music to choose from for this 90’s Themed Female Friday that it was too tough to pick just 30 Songs…so we gave you 50!

Be sure to Turn Up the Volume, Press Play, and Sing-A-Long.

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WOMEN OF THE 90’S :: A FEMALE FRIDAY PLAYLIST

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“Supernova” :: Liz Phair
“Cornflake Girl” :: Tori Amos
“Kiss the Rain” :: Billie Myers
“Tom’s Diner” :: Suzanne Vega, featuring DNA
“Sleeping Satellite” :: Tasmin Archer
“Torn” :: Edna Swap
“Secretly” :: Skunk Anansie
“I’m Not an Addict” :: K’s Choice
“Killing Me Softly with His Song” :: Fugees
“If I was Your Girlfriend” :: TLC
“Ray of Light” :: Madonna
“Wannabe” :: Spice Girls
“Human Behaviour” :: Bjork
“Drivin’ On 9” :: The Breeders
“Damn I Wish I was Your Lover” :: Sophie B. Hawkins
“Plenty” :: Sarah McLachlan
“Fade Into You” :: Mazzy Star
“What’s Up” :: 4 Non Blondes
“Carnival” :: Natalie Merchant
“Untouchable Face” :: Ani Difranco
“Thank You” :: Dido
“I Can’t Be with You” :: The Cranberries
“Feed the Tree” :: Belly
“My Sister” :: The Juliana Hatfield Three
“Say My Name” :: Destiny’s Child
“Sleep to Dream” :: Fiona Apple
“Rebel Girl” :: Bikini Kill
“Violet” :: Hole
“Spiderwebs” :: No Doubt
“Hand in My Pocket” :: Alanis Morissette
“You Could Make a Killing” :: Aimee Mann
“Fantasy” :: Mariah Carey
“I am So Ordinary” :: Paula Cole
“C’Mon Billy” :: PJ Harvey
“Sunny Came Home” :: Shawn Colvin
“How” :: Lisa Loeb
“Here & Now” :: Letters To Cleo
“Stutter” :: Elastica
“Ready to Go” :: Republica
“My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It)” :: En Vogue
“Lovefool” :: The Cardigans
“Volcano Girls” :: Veruca Salt
“Pretend We’re Dead” :: L7
“I Think I’m Paranoid” :: Garbage
“Dig Me Out” :: Sleater-Kinney
“Snakeface” :: Throwing Muses
“You Can Sleep While I Drive” :: Melissa Etheridge
“Morning Song” :: Jewel
“Baby Can I Hold You” :: Tracy Chapman
“Missing” :: Everything But The Girl

WOMEN OF THE 90’S :: A FEMALE FRIDAY PLAYLIST

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Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Day :: 6/30/17

Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Day

TOP 5 MUSIC OBSESSIONS OF THE DAY :: 6/30/17

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Welcome to Friday’s Edition of Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Day brought to you buy the Music Addicts and Obsessers here at Lyriquediscorde, where we gather up 5 Songs a Day that we can’t get enough of and share them with you. Friday is “Female Friday” around here, so Today’s Top 5 will be all Women in Music. Are you ready to Turn Up the Volume and give this Friday’s Top 5 a spin?

Song 1 is from Tanya Donelly. Her Song “Pretty Deep”, from 1997’s Lovesongs for Underdogs is the perfect way to start off this Female Friday Music Obsessed Top 5. Next Up is Throwing Muses with Kristin Hersh, with “Snakeface” from 1995’s University. Bettie Serveert’s Song “Ray Ray Rain” is Track 3, which leads perfectly into Juliana Hatfield Three’s Hit, “Spin the Bottle”.  Jill Sobule ends Friday’s Female Edition of Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Day with her Song, “I Kissed a Girl”. What a Cool 90’s Female Friday Top 5, don’t you think?

Here’s to Friday! Here’s to Women in Music! Here’s to the Weekend! And, here’s to Today’s Top 5 Music Obsessions! Its time to Turn Up the Volume and Press Play. If you missed any of the past days-of-the week Top 5’s you can catch-up, or hear them again, at the Links above. Each Day’s Songs are added to the Spotify and YouTube Playlists, compiled with Love and Music Obsession, for your Listening, and Music Obsessing Pleasure.

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TOP 5 MUSIC OBSESSIONS OF THE DAY:

1. “Pretty Deep” :: Tanya Donelly

“Fighting crime,
in this time,
brings a girl down.”

The First Single (Released August of 1997) from Tanya Donelly’s Debut Solo Album, Lovesongs for Underdogs, “Pretty Deep” is a great example of Tanya’s Storytelling. This Song paints such a Vivid picture, giving pieces of a story without fully unpacking it, teasing the Listener just enough to imagine, and want, more.

2. “Snakeface” :: Throwing Muses

“Not another drive-in movie.
You know you can’t sit still.”

Throwing Muses, a Band that Tanya (see above) was once in, is a Favorite here at Lyriquediscorde. “Snakeface” is off of University, a Throwing Muses Album without Tanya. Kristen’s Voice in this one is both Hypnotic and Melodic, making this one a definite stand-out on the Album.

3. “Ray Ray Rain” :: Bettie Serveert

“‘Cause both our minds are occupied by memories.”

Such a Great Lyric – “’cause both our minds are occupied by memories”. Bettie Serveert is a Band that I’m always surprised did not become bigger. They are such a 90’s memory-trigger to me, especially this Song.

4. “Spin the Bottle” :: The Juliana Hatfield Three

“He’s in a bunch of movies,
really stupid movies.
It’s not entirely his fault,
he can’t control it all.”

From a Favorite Movie at Lyriquediscorde, by a Favorite Singer, Juliana Hatfield – a definite WIN/WIN on this Female Friday Top 5 Mix.

Have you ever played spin the bottle?

5. “I Kissed a Girl” :: Jill Sobule

“So we laughed.
Compared notes.
We had a drink.
We had a smoke.
She took off her overcoat.”

Another underrated Woman in Music for Female Friday. Jill is a phenomenal Songwriter, and so good Live – if you have the chance to see her play, you definitely should!

Jill Sobule, Top 5, Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Week

We hope you enjoy this Female Friday Edition of the Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Day, and that you Press Play and Turn Up these Tunes from Tanya Donelly, Throwing Muses, Bettie Serveert, The Juliana Hatfield Three, and Jill Sobule – and Enjoy!

Do you have a Favorite Track?

What Song, or Songs, are you Musically Obsessing over Today?

BE SURE TO TUNE IN TOMORROW FOR A BONUS SATURDAY TOP 5 MUSIC OBSESSION OF THE DAY. YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS IT!

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