The Colorado Sound – March 27 (repeat Dec 9 2009)

This weekend was the UMX (Ultimate Music Experience) in Denver – the official auditions for the 39th annual CHUN People’s Fair, being held June 5 & 6.  I was there emceeing the event.  I ran an “encore presentation” of my December 9, 2009 show “My favorite songs of 2009.”  These were the tracks that found their way most often played in my personal mp3 player, my car stereo, and on my home computer … Next weekend will be a new show Vol. 2 Episode 13 w/ some new music.

Martin Gilmore “Don’t Talk About Hard Times” from Martin Gilmore (2009)
The Beautiful Loser Society “Talkin’ to the Devil” from Aim Low (2008)
GT and the Sidewinders “Lonesome Cowboy” from Across America (2009)
The Hollyfelds “She’s Got You” from Black Heart Blue (2009)
Gregory Alan Isakov “Big Black Car” from This Empty Northern Hemisphere (2009)
Lelah Simon “To Be Oblique” from Third Week of April (2009)
Churchill “I Still Remember” from Churchill (2009)
Boulder Acoustic Society “Slip Baby Slip” from Punchline (2009)
Euforquestra “Soup” from Soup (2009)
Fierce Bad Rabbit “Everything Is Alright” from Everything Is Alright (2009)
Kyle Hollingsworth “The Way It Goes” from Then There’s Now (2009)
Fred Hess “For Thomas” from Hold On (2009)

SHEL “Hello” from Try to Scream (2009)
Saints “Colorado” from Saints (2009)
Honey Don’t “Who Took the Jukebox” from Honey Don’t (2009)
Mike Schikora “I’ve Got Something On My Mind” from This Cowboy’s In Love (2009)
Ben Markley “One for Cedar” from Second Introduction (2009)
Reed Foehl “Wolves” from Once An Ocean (2009)
The Informants “Salvation” from Crime Scene Queen (2009)
Todd Adelman & the Love Handles “Sorry” from Todd Adelman & the Love Handles (2009)
Bobby Walker “CC Rider” from Git It (2009)
Angie Stevens & the Beautiful Wreck “Give It On Back” from Queen of This Mess (2009)
Melissa Axel, Modern Tuba & Friends “Sleigh Ride in Bora Bora” from Sleigh Ride in Bora Bora (2009)
Aakash Mittal Quartet “Ishaa” from Videsh (2009)

Author: goat

I've been on the air in Northern Colorado since 1978. The Colorado Playlist is broadcast on 27 FM frequencies in the state, 60 hours a week.

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