The Colorado Sound – Vol. 3, Episode 26 2011

NEWS and NOTES: The Subdudes “Papa Dukie & the Mud People” from Behind the Levee (2006)
(NT) Kevin Dooley “Silvery Moon” from Moonlight Highway (2011)
(NT) Dave Sonner “Can’t Make Her Change” from The American Campus (2011)
Teresa Storch “Stream of Concrete” from Stream of Concrete (2008)
Gary Bragg “She Canceled the Cable” from High Plains Storm (2011)
Basheba Earth “Galatktik Luv” from Mothership (2006)
Signal Path “That’s What they Tell Me” from The Prosaic Fades (2011)
(D) Chain Gang of 1974 “Undercover” from Wayward Fire (2011)
The Christines “In Your Space” from Living At the Bottom of the Sea (1996)
(D) Xiren “Sunshine” [single] (2011)
Tennis “Pigeon” from Cape Dory (2010)
Mesita “In A Life After” from Here’s to Nowhere (2011)
(NT) Adam Stern “Exopolitics” from High Country Gentleman (2011)
Chris Daniels & the Kings “The Spark” from The Spark (2005)
John Oates “Mississippi Mile” from Mississippi Mile (2011)
Nina Storey “Love Me Enough” from Love Me Enough (2011)
Jim McTurnan & the Kids That Killed the Man “This Will All Work Out” from Joie De Vivre (2011)
The Heyday “Good Old Days” from Till We See the Sun (2010)
(NT) Rose Hill Drive “Birds Against the Glass” from Americana (2011)
Blackwood Creek “Your Revolution” from Blackkwood Creek (2009)
(D) Reverend Hooch “Gray Skies” [single] (2011)
Molly Cottrell “Fellow Travelers” from Molly Cottrell (2011)
Wendy Woo “Wide Awake and Dreaming” from Wide Awake and Dreaming (1999)
(D) Wendy Woo Band “Drunk in Love” from Austerity (2011)
Carmen Sandim Sextet “Sampa” from Brand New (2011)

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