Another week, another weekly playlist
Not a whole lot of releases this week due to thanksgiving I guess. First I thought about not doing the playlist this week, but in the end I didn’t have the heart to skip it, because there was a really important Finnish album release from Liila Jokelin. I’ve been wanting to hear her record since I saw her singing one song as an encore after a Kuparilinna concert some years ago. So that was the big one for me this week. Other Finnish selections are the latest singles from M, Mitä Helvettiä Nyt Taas and Räjäyttäjät.
A couple of international thingies too. There’s a new album from Sam Miller, The Finks (a bit of a mixed bag with covers and own songs) and Os Noctambulos plus EPs from Christopher Gold, Ducks Unlimited and Scott & Charlene’s Wedding. I’m sure that can’t be all, but those ended up on my radar. I also included some older albums that I’ve missed from Trey Burnart Hall, Mousey, Ruth Garbus, The Lazy Susans, Repulsive Woman and Sandro Perri.
Some great singles too from Little Misty, The Innocence Mission, Peter Oren (this one I missed before), The Remittance Men and so forth.
And as usual, revisiting some albums from previous week. Put that’s it for this week. Probably some round up posts next week and after that is time to move on to the EOTY lists. No definite promises about anything though. Love love love.
1. Liila Jokelin – Kahdeksas ihme (Kaamos on huono esileikki, Helmi Levyt, 2019)
2. Christopher Gold – Plane Crash Dream Song (Wilderness Years EP, 2019)
3. Sam Miller – The Stage of Aging (In One Place at at Time, Jenny Ivert Records, 2019)
4. The Finks – Janine (Affectations, Milk! Records, 2019)
5. The Innocence Mission – This Boat (single, Bella Union, 2019)
6. Little Misty – Keeper (single, 2019)
7. M – Anne Neville ja Auringonpimennys (single, Solina Records, 2019)
8. Ducks Unlimited – Anhedonia (Get Bleak EP, Bobo Integral, 2019)
9. Mitä helvettiä nyt taas – Tuu mun luo (single, Nature Sucks Anyway Records, 2019)
10. Räjäyttäjät – Undo Redo (single, 2019)
11. Peter Oren – Stud Song (single, Western Vinyl, 2019)
12. The Remittance Men (feat Eilen Jewell) – A Room in Birmingham England 1919 (single, 2019)
13. Trey Burnart Hall – Listerine (Story Songs, 2019)
14. Flatland Cavalry – Sober Heart of Mine (single, The Next Waltz, 2019)
15. Twain – In the High of the Morning (Adventure, Keeled Scales, 2019)
16. Heather Valley – Ohio River (Desert Message, 2019)
17. Lee Fields & The The Expressions – Don’t Give Up (single, Big Crown Records, 2019)
18. Gabriel Birnbaum – Comeback Song (Not Alone, Arrowhawk Records, 2019)
19. Tanya Tucker – The Winner’s Game (single, Fantasy Records, 2019)
20. Benjamin Tod – A Heart of Gold is Hard to Find (A Heart of Gold is Hard to Find, 2019)
21. Maija Sofia – Cobweb (Bath Time, Trapped Animal Records, 2019)
22. Josienne Clarke – Walls and Hallways (In All Weather, Rough Trade, 2019)
23. Repulsive Woman – Rough Around the Edges (Relief, 2019)
24. Mousey – If You Really Loved Me (Lemon Law, 2019)
25. The Lazy Susans – If I Hurt You (Now That’s the Party’s Over, Resist Records, 2019)
26. Ruth Garbus – Squirrels (Kleinmeister, Orindal Records, 2019)
27. L.A. Mood – Backyard (single, Hotel Motel, 2019)
28. Scott & Charlene’s Wedding – Boundary Line (When In Rome, Carpe Diem EP, Bedroom Suck Records, 2019)
29. Sandro Perri – Back On Love (Soft Landing, Constellation, 2019)
30. Os Noctambulos – The Day We Touched the Sun (Silence Kills, Stolen Body Records)
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.