The Most Useless Lists of the week or things I loved during the week.
1. Jason Lytle: Yours Truly, The Commuter
Grandaddy goes solo and I like it a lot.
2. Radio City: Class Of ’77
Can I say classic 70’s power pop if it wasn’t released until now?
3. Cats On Fire: Our Temperance Movement
This is my favourite album of the year so far and therefore it remains on the playlist. Kind of sad that the average life for a new record seem to be something like two weeks in this household, because I continuosly buy records and therefore need to move on to new things way too fast. Thank God I’m even able to stick to something as perfect as this for a longer time.
4. Blue: S/T
This remains on the playlist as well. It’s a stunning pop album. Maybe I could remove 1-2 songs from it to make it pure perfection, but it gets rather close the way it is.
5. Samantha Crain & The Midnight Shivers: Songs In The Night
I still enjoy it.
1. Radio City: Don’t Mistake Love
2. Janne Laurila: Heili
3. Nopat: Rauhaton
4. Jason Lytle: Birds Encouraged Him
5. Bob McFadden & Dor: The Mummy
We were listening to an old Räkärodeo show in the car when driving to Keuruu last thursday and that old classic The Mummy made us both smile. This wonderful song has been stuck in my head ever since, so I want to share this beautiful piece of music with you. You’ll find it for example here.