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10 Songs: Monday, August 25th, 2014

Twice As Good

Twice As Good

1. Half As Much – Hank Williams – Yes, I did call Elvis Presley the Thomas Edison of youth culture, which would make Williams what exactly? The Grandfather on the mother’s side of youth culture, I guess – A+

2. Mind Your Own Business – Randy Travis – Includes the verse “I may tell a lot of stories that may not be true, but I can get to heaven as easily as you…” Great cover off a fan album – A

3. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry – Elvis Presley – Presley calls it the saddest song he has ever heard and if you think elvis is great with a bad song what do you think he is like with a great song? – A

4. Picotement – je’june’d – At this point she should dump the ambient track, it just gets in the way of a song which stands on its own, two sleepy lovers on a train is a lovely image. Listen here – A-

5. Young, wild And Free – Snoop Dogg – addictive little rap song with Bruno Mars making it popular rap – B+

6. Still Gonna Drive You Home – The Strypes  – Pretty good blues rocker but I’ve got a feeling I won’t get em till I see em live – B

7. Clay Pigeons – Blaze Foley – Superb singer songwriter song – A

8. Clay Pigeon – Michael cera – And I may I recommend Cera’s excellent cover, couldn’t be better. Listen here – A

9. This Is what It Feels Like – Armin Van Buren – Trance at its best, Trevor Guthrie is a good singer – B+

10. ooh Baby Baby – Smokey Robinson and Ledesi – She raises her game through the roof and Smokey is immaculate – A-


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