Monday AUG 31 2020 – The Colorado Playlist is and has always been about one thing – it is expressly and explicitly Colorado from the 60’s to today; from the biggest hitmakers and award winners in Colorado music history to some of the freshest new music emerging from the Centennial state.
The weekly show is not the only place you can hear the great music that makes up our scene in Colorado. You can dial up a 50+ year retrospective at the Colorado Playlist on Spotify. You’ll find a few playlists there – a Colorado Playlist ALL TIME from the 60s to Today; CP2020 = songs from the current release year; CP2019, CP Best of the Decade 2010-2019 and CP Caribou Ranch Collection. PLS be sure to follow.
You can also find every playlist I’ve ever made on my YouTube channel, dating back to 2012. PLS be sure to subscribe.
New music this week in the MMMM = Jonny Barber, White Rose Motor Oil, Lucy Daydream and Jon Snodgrass. Esme Patterson and Jon Snodgrass show up in this week’s TOP 5 while Nathaniel Rateliff reclaims the #1 spot at RootsMusicReport.com
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TOP 5 WK ENDING AUGUST 22
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COLORADO RADIO (15 stations / 135 titles tracked)
1. CARY MORIN – Dockside Saints LP (Jul-20)
2. NATHANIEL RATELIFF – And It’s Still Alright LP (Feb-20)
3. GASOLINE LOLLIPOPS – All the Misery Money Can Buy LP (Aug-20)
4. ESME PATTERSON – There Will Come Soft Rains LP (Mar-20)
5. JON SNODGRASS – Don’t Break Her Heart Single (Aug-20)
ROOTS MUSIC REPORT (includes international, national and Internet radio stations regardless of date / year of release)
1. NATHANIEL RATELIFF – And It’s Still Alright LP (Feb-20)
2. REVEREND FREAKCHILD – The Bodhisattva Blues LP (Mar-20)
3. CARY MORIN – Dockside Saints LP (Jul-20)
4. THE SUBDUDES – Lickskillet LP (May-18)
5. LEE SIMS – A Few More Miles to Go (Dec-19)
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MONDAY MORNING MUSIC MEETING (MMMM)
Every week I share some or all of the new music played on the show with you, here in the MMMM. Your rating gets factored into my decision in what to maintain in the show’s “for airplay” library.
A REMINDER: Please listen to ALL of the songs and rate them. Thanks 🙂
(D) = debut LP/EP or single
(N) = new track from previously debuted LP/EP
(P) = Colorado Playlist premier / not available online
Chicago – Old Days – Chicago VIII (1975)
(D) Jonny Barber – How Could You? – Flying Underwater (2020)
Leftover Salmon – Places – Something Higher (2018)
Mojomama – We are one – The Corona Tapes (2020)
Wildermiss – Supermagical (2020)
Big Head Todd & The Monsters – Broken Hearted Savior – Sister Sweetly (1993)
The Samples – Close To The Fires – The Samples (1989)
(D) White Rose Motor Oil – We Will Rise – You Can’t Kill Ghosts (2020)
Jeff Austin – What the Night Brings – The Simple Truth (2015)
Annie Booth – Blues for Narcissism – Wanderlust (2014)
Freddi Henchi Band – Welcome to the Freddi & Henchi Party – Freddi Henchi Band (1974)
Freddi Henchi Band – Get Up Off the Funk – Freddi Henchi Band (1974)
(D) Lucy Daydream – No Perfect Love (2020)
Blake Brown & the American Dust Choir – Stop Shakin’ – Long Way Home (2018)
Luna Shade – Brotherhood (2020)
Esmé Patterson – All Mine – There Will Come Soft Rains (2020)
Dressy Bessy – Who’d Stop The Rain – Electrified (2009)
Slim Cessna’s Auto Club – Pine Box – Always Say Please And Thank You (2000)
(D) Jon Snodgrass – Don’t Break Her Heart – Tace (2020)
Greensky Bluegrass – Kerosene – If Sorrows Swim (2014)
The Fred Hess Band – Norman’s Gold – Single Moment (2008)
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VIDEO PICK OF THE WEEK
Besides being a friend for many many years, Jon is a music icon in Fort Collins, CO. He originally moved to FC in 1992 and was a founding member of Armchair Martian before teaming up with ALL vocalist Chad Price to form the alt-country-rock band Drag the River. This is the first single off his upcoming new album due out in October.