MONDAY September 20 2021 – I put the mask back on. It’s a reminder that COVID is not over with us. #COMUSIC – support.
I woke up and drove west towards my “office” this morning and saw snow on the upper peaks, as if I needed a reminder that today/tomorrow is officially the start of autumn – oh, and it was 50 degrees outside. Today’s high = maybe 70. Tomorrow’s high = 70. The final live outdoor show of my season was Saturday. Welcome to autumn.
In roughly eight weeks we’ll begin the march towards the annual SOME OF THE BEST OF THE COLORADO PLAYLIST and the LISTENER BEST OF. R U READY?
I’m sure it will come as no surprise that new releases from the Lumineers (out today) and Nathaniel Rateliff & the Nightsweats will be at or near the top of our Best Of consideration, but new releases from Colorado legends Chris Daniels & Hazel Miller featuring Hazel’s long time keyboardist Dana Marsh and friends, and Leftover Salmon are sure to be contenders based on in-state radio airplay.
2021 may go down as the YEAR of JAZZ in Colorado with several incredible releases … including new releases from long time friend Mer Sal who connected with the legendary Scott Kinsey (Tribal Tech) for Adjustments, and one from Colorado drummer / composer Brennen Schedler called Keep Steppin Down – find both in CP JAZZ 2021 on Spotify.
The Colorado Playlist & Colorado Sound Present
The Great Salmon Famine – Aggie Theater Sat, Oct 30
The Gasoline Lollipops – Aggie Theater Fri, Nov 26 (day after Thanksgiving)
“Locally Grown” 20/20 EyeVision offers a full range of services and they accept Medicaid at the Orchard Center in Westminster.
TOP FIVE WEEK END SPT 18 2021
TOP 5 and TOP 30 charts are pulled from published spins of current releases (twelve months old) at 13 Colorado non-profit community/public and college radio stations. Eleven Colorado radio stations currently utilize Spinitron.
- NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHTSWEATS – Survivor SINGLE (Aug-21)
- CHRIS DANIELS & HAZEL MILLER– What We Did! LP (Jul-21) **
- ANDY FRASCO & THE U.N. – Dancin’ Around My Grave SINGLE (Jul-21)
- SCOTT WARREN – Shadow Bands LP (Aug-21)
- MATTHEW FOWLER – The Grief We Gave Our Mother LP (Sep-21)
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MONDAY MORNING MUSIC MEETING (MMMM)
Jimmy Buffett – Come Monday (1974)
Stephen Stills – It Doesn’t Matter – Manassas (1970)
(D) Worden Jilson – Desert Lullaby – Worden Jilson EP (2020)
Johnny & The Mongrels – Louisiana Girl – Creole Skies (2020)
The Wood Brothers – Snake Eyes – Paradise (2015)
Dafna – Sweeter (2021)
Heavy Diamond Ring – Unknown Legend – The Brightest Light EP (2021)
Halden Wofford & the Hi*Beams – Betty Boop – Midnight Rodeo (2006)
The Czars – Killjoy – The Ugly People Vs The Beautiful People (2001)
(D) Jaguar Stevens – All the Things He Said – Jaguar Stevens (2021)
Porlolo – I QUIT (2019)
Luna Shade – Brotherhood (2020)
Gabriel Mervine – Sunlight – Say Somethin’ (2021)
Chuck Pyle – Here Comes the Water – Step by Step (1990)
(D) Morsel – Sandy Cheeks – Morsel (2021)
Cary Morin – Jamie Rae – Dockside Saints (2020)
Kerry Pastine and the Crime Scene – Goin’ for Broke – City of Love (2019)
Dechen Hawk – Lady Devine (2021)
Kind Hearted Strangers – The Egoist – East/West (2021)
Cassie Taylor – Spare Some Love – Out of My Mind (2013)
The Motet – So High – Totem (2016)
(D) Francis & the Wolf – Hold On Me – Truth Be Told (2021)
The Still Tide – Give Me Time – Run Out (2017)
Bison Bone – Alright – Find Your Way Out (2020)
Ryan A Fourt – Grapple At The Snapple – Big Slick (2015)
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On Mon, Sep 20, 2021 at 9:52 AM Chris K’s Colorado Playlist wrote:
> goat posted: ” MONDAY September 20 2021 â I put the mask back on. Itâs a > reminder that COVID is not over with us. #COMUSIC â support. I woke up and > drove west towards my “office” this morning and saw snow on the upper > peaks, as if I needed a reminder that to” >