OCTA Weekly Playlist – Episode #66

Another week, another weekly playlist.

Last week this little thing reached 200 followers. At least temporarily. Which is nice. Of course all kinds of numbers are just vanity meters, but it still important to know that someone seems to be interested and I’m not just blasting songs into the void.

The year is approaching its end, but there’s still plenty of great music to come, so hold on to your aoty lists. There’s a new Micah Schnabel album still on the horizon for example. We got some good candidates for those lists this week as well. The biggest one for me is the new Twain album. I’m a huge fan and love this new album. Of course I kind of knew that even before pushing the play button. There’s much more thought and we got new albums from Gabriel Birnbaum, Benjamin Tod, Heather Valley, Maija Sofia, Leonard Cohen, James Matthew VII, Scott H. Biram, Emily Barker (compilation of rare cuts), Dan Edmonds plus the Women Sing Waits tribute album. Also a couple of Field Report EPs with new versions

From Finland there’s singles from J.Matkala, Joni Ekman and Tams plus album cuts from Pienet Koirat and Baby Sweetcorn (revisiting this one because it’s so good). Tams and Pienet Koirat should have been here a week ago, but better late than never and all the other cliches.

The big new singles for me were the ones from Drive-By Truckers and Daniel Markham. Obviously everything else would be worth namedropping too. There’s a treat like Andrew Bryant’s version of True Love Will Find You In The End as the last track on this.

That’s it for this week. Back again next week with another weekly playlist. I might do some quick video/songs posts before that, but no promises whatsoever. Love love love.

1. Twain – Longing (Adventure, Keeled Scales, 2019)
2. Gabriel Birnbaum – Archives (Not Alone, Arrowhawk Records, 2019)
3. Maija Sofia – Morning (Bath Time, Trapped Animals Records, 2019)
4. Heather Valley – Lovejoy (Desert Message, 2019)
5. Benjamin Tod – Long Gone (A Heart of Gold Is Hard to Find, 2019)
6. Drive-By Truckers – Armageddon’s Back in Town (singe, ATO Records, 2019)
7. Daniel Markham – Don’t It Feel So Good (single, 2019)
8. Sadler Vaden – Next To You (single, Dirty Mag Records, 2019)
9. Charlie Collins – I Don’t Want To Be In a Rock Band (single, Mirror Records, 2019)
10. Field Report – Summertime (How We Tell It Now, Felleskap Records, 2019)
11. Emily Barker – Tougher Than The Rest (Shadow Box, 2019)
12. Leonard Cohen – Happens to the Heart (Thanks for the Dance, Sony Music, 2019)
13. Bill Callahan – So Long Marianne (single, Drag City, 2019)
14. James Matthew VII – When Stars Align (Stoned When I Pray, Idee Fixe Records, 2019)
15. Iris DeMent – House Where Nobody Lives (Come On Up To The House – Women Sing Waits, Dualtone, 2019)
16. Jason Sinkhorn – No Song Today / The Future (single, Knothole Records, 2019)
17. Scott H. Biram – Broadminded (Sold Out to the Devil, Bloodshot Records, 2019)
18. Pienet Koirat – Lähehä (Joko mennään?!, 2019)
19. J.Matkala – Valoon päin (single, Iso Pinkki, 2019)
20. Joni Ekman – Kaupunki (single, Soit Se Silti, 2019)
21. Frances Quinlan – Now That I’m Back (single, Saddle Creek, 2019)
22. Lydia Cole – All of Our Yesterdays (single, 2019)
23. Hurt Valley – Geology Dreamer (single, Woodsist Records, 2019)
24. Dan Edmonds – Three O’clock, Paris (Softie, 2019)
25. Wojtek the Bear – Some States (single, 2019)
26. Nada Surf – Something I Should Do (single, City Slang, 2019)
27. Basia Bulat – Your Girl (single, Secret City Records, 20199
28. Tams – Tiikeritee (single, 2019)
29. Melissa Mary Ahern – How Will I Know (single, 2019)
30. Gill Landry – I Love You Too (single, Loose Music, 2019)
31. Bonny Light Horseman – Jane Jane (single, 37d03d, 2019)
32. Alan Barnosky – Might Be a Call (single, 2019)
33. Roger Harvey – Raining in LA (single, Lion’s Tooth, 2019)
34. Angie McMahon – Silver Springs (single, AWAL Recordings, 2019)
35. Josaleigh Pollett – Crying Wolf (single, 2019)
36. Rue Snider – Shrug – Live at Pete’s Candy Store (single, 2019)
37. Smug Brothers – Antenna Chariot Quarterfinals (Serve a Thirsty Moon, Mel-Tones Songs, 2019)
38. Baby Sweetcorn – Plastic Jesus on a Car Dashboard (He Laughs He Learns He Loves, Way Beyondo Records, 2019)
39. Arthur Russell – Iowa Dream (Iowa Dream, Audika Records, 2019)
40. Hallelujah the Hills – I’m You (I’m You, Discrete Pageantry Records, 2019)
41. VanWyck – Be It to the End (Molten Rock, Maiden Name Records, 2019)
42. Andrew Bryant – True Love Will Find You in the End (single, 2019)

Playlist link

Oh and do buy the vinyl/cd/download. Spotify and other streaming services are perfect for these introductory purposes, but try to buy at least the music that matter the most to you

If you are looking this after a week has gone, the embedded Spotify will show the latest playlist. I’ll just update the same playlist because a) if someone wants to follow it, they can just follow that one list and will get a new set of songs each Sunday b) so that I don’t have a trillion of different playlists on my Spotify account.

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