Monday Oct 04, 2021 – We’re about a month away from the start of the 2022 new release year. What are some of your favorite songs so far since last November? What are some of your favorite full length LPs or EPs? Comment to let me know.
You can find 100 of the TOP currents at CP 2021 on Spotify. That playlist changes somewhat regularly, but will lock down on or about November 4th.
Chris Daniels & Hazel Miller had a great run in the TOP 5 the past several weeks and are sure to find themselves among the TOP 20 for year’s end based on spins around the state.
The Lumineers new album won’t officially be released until early in 2022, but the new single is receiving copious amounts of airplay at both Indie 102.3 and 105.5 The Colorado Sound, landing them at #1 this week.
Expect Kiltro to reign the TOP 5 for November, along with the Lumineers, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Nightsweats and the Velveteers, both of whom have new albums dropping in October and November respectively. Nightmare Daydream from the Velveteers will drop on Oct 8.
Not all charts are the same. The TOP 5 Colorado album spins at Roots Music Report looks a lot different than the TOP 5 here, where the Night Hawks have run up to the #1 spot and Chris Daniels & Hazel Miller fall to #5 .. Reverend Freakchild, Leftover Salmon and Eddie Turner round out their TOP 5 this week.
The Colorado Playlist & 105.5 the Colorado Sound Present
The Great Salmon Famine – Aggie Theater – Saturday Oct 30
Dragondeer – Globe Hall – Sunday Oct 31 – featuring 1 set of Dragondeer originals and 1 set of Velvet Underground classics
The Gasoline Lollipops – Aggie Theater – Friday Nov 26
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TOP FIVE WEEK END OCT 02 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.
- THE LUMINEERS – Brightside SINGLE (Sep-21)
- NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHTSWEATS – The Future LP (Nov-21)
- KILTRO – Chambers El Mandatario LP (Sep-21)
- CLAIRE HEYWOOD – Crushed Lemons SINGLE (Jul-21)
- THE VELVETEERS – Nightmare Daydream LP (Oct-21)
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MONDAY MORNING MUSIC MEETING (MMMM)
Bob Weir – Mexicali Blues – Ace (1972)
Poco – You Better Think Twice – Poco (1970)
(D) Solohawk – Memories Within Me – Radio Waves and Your Movies (2021)
Liptruce – You Think You’re Hollywood – Liptruce (2020)
GRiZ, Big Gigantic – Good Times Roll (2015)
A.J. Fullerton – The Forgiver and the Runaway – The Forgiver and the Runaway (2021)
Blakk Mantra – Dressed in Dynamite (2021)
16 Horsepower – Black Soul Choir – Sackcloth ‘N’ Ashes (1995)
Wovenhand – Long Horn – The Laughing Stalk (2012)
(D) Scott Kinsey and Mer Sal – Heart of Glass – Adjustments (2021)
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – Look It Here – Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats (2015)
Valdez – Saint Munchausen – Saint Munchausen (2020)
Emily Takahashi – Chicken Feather Blues – Not Spoken (2017)
Carole King – Hard Rock Cafe – Simple Things (1977)
Flash Cadillac & The Continental Kids – Summer Means Fun – Sons of the Beaches (1975)
(D) Moon Walker – The TV Made Me Do It (2021)
The Midnight Club – Close Your Eyes (2019)
Lee Sims – Live Myself to Death Before I Die – A Few More Miles to Go (2020)
SUCH – All I Want (2021)
Eddie Turner – Change In Me – Change In Me (2021)
Dan Treanor – From African Soul – Mercy (2005)
The Patti Fiasco – Small Town Lights – Small Town Lights (2013)
(D) Patrick Dethlefs – Walking Through The Shadows – If You Listen (2021)
The Wood Brothers – Laughin’ or Crying – One Drop of Truth (2018)
Wildermiss – Fallin‘ – In My Mind (2020)
2b3 – Purple Haze – Jimi (2021)
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