Monday Jan 14, 2019 – As I sat down this morning to put the finishing touches on this blogpost, I came across a Facebook post from G. Brown’s Colorado Music Experience.
“On this date in 1975, Joe Walsh earned a gold record for his third solo studio album, “So What.” Standout tracks included a remake of the Barnstorm track “Turn to Stone” and the haunting “Song For Emma,” written for Walsh’s daughter who had been killed in a car accident the previous year in Colorado. https://colomusic.org/profile/joe-walsh-barnstorm/
G. Brown is one of Colorado music’s living legacies. His book outlining music history, and his newest endeavor – Colorado Music Experience – serve as prime research tools for my show.
Every week I post up the MMMM (Monday Morning Music Meeting). This is your chance to let me know what you think of the new songs I played on the show. I do hope you’re enjoying this feature, and will continue to make your vote known, to KEEP or DELETE.
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VIDEO PICK OF THE WEEK
WhiteWater Ramble founder Patrick Sites has always found a way to continue the band’s rocky-grass groove with strong voices up front – whether former lead singer Patrick Latella or current lead vocalist/guitarist, Damon Wood. Damon’s background includes several years as the guitarist in soul/funk legend James Brown’s band. Here, Damon brings a true Colorado country rock voice to a summer time “drinking song” jam.
MONDAY MORNING MUSIC MEETING
Don’t forget to let me know if there’s something I should be playing on the show. I scour Spotify, YouTube, Soundcloud and Bandcamp to find you the freshest new music from around the state – hope you’ll help out by voting to KEEP or DELETE the new music shares in the MMMM each week.
(D) = debut LP/EP or single
(N) = new track from previously debuted LP/EP
(E) = Colorado Playlist exclusive premier
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Joe Walsh “Here We Go” from Barnstorm (1971)
(D) Nikki Giron “Better Days” from Heart Behind Bars (2019)
Gipsy Moon “Caravan” from Songs of Olde Vol 1 (2017)
Lumineers “Ophelia” from Cleopatra (2016)
(N) Jackson Emmer “At the Bottle Again” from Jukebox (2018)
Cary Morin “When I Rise” from When I Rise (2019)
The Informants “Salvation” from Crime Scene Queen (2009)
Chris Daniels & the Kings “Crosstown Traffic” from Stealing the Covers (2008)
Grayson Erhard “Driving in the Rain” from Earthship EP (2018)
(D) Lola Rising “Gravity” (2019)
Tennis “Ladies Don’t Play Guitar” from Yours Conditionally (2017)
Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats “Trying so Hard Not to Know” from Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats (2015)
Keith Oxman “Reverend Lou – Founded the Record Store” from Caught Between the Lion and Twins (2008)
Freddi / Henchi and the Soulsetters “I Like Funky Music” from Crown Princes of Funk: The Last Set (2010)
(D) Mawule “What Love Doesn’t Look Like” (2019)
Richard Dean “Eileen” from Vignettes (2017)
Blue Rider “Rattlesnake” from Year Of The Horse (2016)
(N) Brent Loveday and the Dirty Dollars “Rene Delray” from Hymns for the Hardened (2019)
The Railbenders “The Medicine Show” from The Medicine Show (2018)
SHEL “On My Way” from SHEL (2012)
The Samples “Radio Song” from Return to Earth (2001)
Rob Drabkin “It’s a Beautiful Day” from Beautiful Day EP (2018)
(D) Forest Floor “Dreamy Tuesday” from Forest Floor (2018)
Slow Caves “Glares” from Desert Minded (2016)
Eros and the Eschaton “Rxx” from Weight of Matter (2016)
Jason Klobnak Quartet “Through Her Eyes” from Friends and Family (2018)