Top 5 Music Obsessions featuring Emmylou Harris

Today’s Top 5 Music Obsessions feature songs by Emmylou Harris, Neil Young, Cass McCombs, Conor Oberst, and Robin Guthrie with Mark Gardener

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Top 5 Music Obsessions featuring Conor Oberst

Today’s Top 5 Music Obsessions feature songs by Conor Oberst, Ryan Adams, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, The Pogues, and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

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Five more miles to the Pink Motel (we’re almost there) – A Monday Playlist

Check out this week’s Monday Playlist featuring Laura Marling, Stevie Nicks, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Pretenders, and MORE.

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Top 5 New Releases :: New Music Friday :: March 17, 2017

Looking for the best New Music Releases on this New Music Friday? Below you will find My Top 5 New Releases for New Music Friday. I’ve scoured the lists, played the tracks, and put together the best of the best. Have a listen, play a featured track, and if you like what you hear go out and support the artists, and the Music. I would love to hear what you think of the selected songs, and album titles. Is there a New Music Release that you feel should be on this list? Comment below and let me know what you think.

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List who you’d like to be a backup singer or co-songwriter for :: MusicListography

List who you’d like to be a backup singer or co-songwriter for
courtesy of Music Listography : Your Life In (Play)Lists

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Conor Oberst :: My Favorite Artists/Bands

Conor Oberst :: My Favorite Artists/Bands

I became enraptured by Conor Oberst singing and songwriting during a particular year that had a huge impact on my musical taste. It was the in the early aught’s, during the same time frame that I discovered Arcade Fire, Death Cab For Cutie, The Libertines, and Conor’s incarnation, Bright Eyes. I think it was Lua I heard first, a track discovered on a Mix CD that a good friend of mine made, and sent out for a musical Valentine’s present. Or, it could have been Lover I Don’t Have to Love, heard off of a Pandora station. I cannot recall which was first, but I do remember falling hard for both songs, especially the former. It wasn’t long after that I went out and bought I’m Wide Awake It’s Morning and LIFTED Or the Story is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground.

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