Favorites from the 20 Years of Onechord.net – Part Five

Carrying on with posting some song and music video favorites from the 20 years that I’ve been making Onechord.net. Here’s the link to the monster playlist, because I don’t have the time to write a post about everything.

Kicking this with one of my biggest favorites songs. I think several hundred of the youtube views of this video are mine. The song I Know How I Feel About You can be found from Turner Cody’s 2013 album Last of The Big Time Spenders. This is also one treasure though and Turner has quite a big discography of amazing records. The latest one actually came out earlier this year and it’s another winner. I’ll drop one great tune from that below the all-time fave, so interested parties can find the new treats.

Turner Cody at Facebook
Turner Cody Website

I absolute love Huck Notari. His 2009 album Very Long Dream is probably my favorite from his discoraphy and I’m especially fond of this song Wall Around Your Heart. Huck’s another one that also released a new record in 2021, so I do the same as above and drop one song from that here. After all, for various reasons I’ve been mostly playlisting instead of writing blog posts and lots of these haven’t been shared in any form for those who have been lucky enough to stay away from the streaming services.

Huck Notari at Bandcamp

Let’s not break a good pattern and continue with all-time faves that also released a great record this year. I don’t have a clear got single favorite from Michael Feuerstack, because there’s probably a dozen tunes that I love equally much. Let’s go with Love Is All Around from the 2019 album Natural Weather, because I also love the beautiful music video. And below there’s a title track from his amazing 2021 album Harmonize the Moon.

Michael Feuerstack at Facebook
Michael Feuerstack Website

I’ll wrap this one with the final song from Norfolk & Western’s magnificent album Dusk In Cold Parlours that came out in 2004. It’s one of the early blog favorites that have stayed on my side throughout the years. Maybe I’m weird, but this quietly mesmerizing At Dawn or After Dusk is one of all-time favorite songs. For some it’s probably just a nice little tune, but it’s everything to me. Adam Selzer, the man behind Norfolk & Western also released a great solo album last year. Check that out if you missed it at the time.

Adam Selzer at Facebook

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