Tupelo Honey Playlist 4/2/13

What do you know about Swedish pop music?

Yeah me neither. Well let me introduce to you Frida Snell, the Swedish pop icon that was supposed to be the next ABBA but instead decided to become an americana singer. Her and her band (Frida and The Coolants) are incredible, find them on-line and see for yourself.

Till Next Week

Artist - Song - Source

Michelle Malone - Preacher's Daughter - Stompin' Ground
The Wiyos - Roll On Down The Road - Broken Land Bell
David Lindley - Mercury Blues - El Rayo-X
Kait Lawson - Take Your Charge - Until We Drown
Wayne Hancock - Get The Blues Low Down - Ride
Tim Easton - Help Me Find My Space Girl - Before The Revolution: The Best Of 1998-2011
Uncle Tupelo - Watch Me Fall - Still Feel Gone
Johnny Cash - The Man Who Couldn't Cry - American Recordings
Woody Pines - Like I Do - Rabbits Motel
Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell  - Bluebird Wine - Old Yellow Moon
Kevin Gordon - Bus to Shreveport - Gloryland
Lyle Lovett - Natural Forces - Natural Forces
Natalia Zukerman - Song for Ramblin' Jack - Brand New Frame

Frida & the Coolants - Never Been Tamed - Wild Hearted Diamond
Son Volt - Seawall - Honky Tonk
Tether Horse - Thick Like Molasses - In The House That Took Me
Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen - Truck Drivin' Man - Too Much Fun
The Howlin' Brothers - Just Like You - Howl
Eliza Gilkyson - Emerald Street - Beautiful World
Elvin Bishop - Fishin' - Let It Flow
Steep Canyon Rangers - A Ramblin' Man Is a Ramblin' Man - Lovin' Pretty Women
Silver Jews - Friday Night Fever - Bright Flight
Jason Isbell - Down In a Hole - Sirens of the Ditch
Rob Lutes  - Things We Didn't Choose - The Bravest Birds
Steve Earle & The Dukes (And Duchesses) - Down The Road Pt II - The Low Highway
Jess Klein  - Soda Water - Strawberry Lover
Adam Hill  - State Of Grace - Them Dirty Roads
The Band Of Heathens - You're Gonna Miss Me - One Foot In The Ether

1 comment:

Jeffrey Mishler said...

Always love your selections. I wonder if you have heard Ride on the Train by Hollis Brown. I really like it.