CP S16 EP14 2022

The Colorado Playlist – Expressly and explicitly Colorado from the 60s to Today – From the biggest hits by the biggest hitmakers and award winners in Colorado music history to some some of the freshest new music emerging from the Centennial State.

Monday APRIL 18, 2022 – April. April is a big month in my life it seems. I was conceived in April. I was discharged from the USAF in April. It was April when I landed in Roswell, New Mexico, where I lasted four months before the heat got to me and I re-landed in Northern Colorado with a blown engine; but that’s another story. In April 2006 I started the Colorado Playlist.

Thank you for listening all these years.

Not much new in the TOP 5 this week, with only JYEMO CLUB feat the Reminders moving up to #5. The rest stays the same with the Lumineers and Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats holding steady at 1 and 2.

New music in the MMMM this week from Bolonium, who say “the world is full of Bolonium,” a play on the old saying that the world is full of bologna – and if you have to ask what that is… well. I will say it’s one of the more “original” (unique / outside-of-the-box) songs I’ve played lately – let me know what you think = I like it, MEH it’s ok, or I don’t like it – below.

Byron Parker is mostly well known in Denver for his work in the noise-rock trio Accordion Crimes – check out his latest called Holy Smokes – part of a three song EP he just put out. Thanks to Kramies for turning me onto Byron’s new music.

Jessica Sonner shows up this week with a new single. She does that about once a year it seems.

Thanks to Starr’s Guitars, LiveMusicColorado.com and Spinitron for their promotional and financial support of the show. The Colorado Playlist is provided free of charge to the stations that broadcast it. It relies on donations. Please donate. It does help to defray the costs in maintaining the show.

TOP 5 WEEKLY COLORADO SPINS

Spin data pulled from the Colorado Playlist105.5 The Colorado SoundIndie 102.3 and eleven stations that use playlist generator Spinitron, designed to benefit non-commercial community/public and college radio stations and offering advanced search functions for artists and agents.

Each title came out between April 2021 and April 2022. Links go to their respective YouTube page if available.

  1. THE LUMINEERS – Brightside LP
  2. NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHTSWEATS – The Future LP
  3. GEORGE CESSNA – Lucky Rider LP
  4. THE ORIGINAL iLLs – Juanita LP
  5. JYEMO CLUBIssa Ting (feat. the Reminders) SINGLE

MONDAY MORNING MUSIC MEETING

HOUR 1

Dean ReedOur Summer Romance (1960)
The Astronauts Baja (1963)
(D) Julian Fulco PerronNot So Fast – In My Garden (2022)
Last Call RomanceIf It’s the Last Thing That I Do – Double Funeral, Vol. 1 EP (2020)
Greensky Bluegrass – Past My Prime – Shouted, Written Down & Quoted (2016)
Scott Kinsey and Mer SalHeart of Glass – Adjustments (2021)
The Copper ChildrenPity Party – Strange Illusion (2022)
Chris Daniels & The KingsRoadhouse Music – When You’re Cool (1987)
Freddi Henchi BandGet Up Off the Funk – Freddi Henchi Band (1981)
(D) Bolonium Level Up – Leftovers (2022)

Andy Monley All Hail – Triplight (2006)
David William’s Trickster CarouselCradle to the Grave – Snake Oil (2021)
Jason Klobnak QuintetIt Won’t Return Void – New Chapter (2015)

HOUR 2

The Monocles/The Higher ElevationThe Diamond Mine – The Spider, The Fly & The Boogie Man (1964)
The MoonrakersI’m All Right – Anthology (1964)
(D) Byron ParkerHoly Smokes – 3 Consecutive Championships EP (2022)

The Crooked Rugs Let Me Down – IT! (2021)
The Still Tide High Wire – Run Out (2017)
One Flew WestHoles In My Jeans (2022)
Big Gigantic x GRIZOpen Your Mind (2022)
The Apples In Stereo Ruby – Her Wallpaper Reverie (1999)
Velveteen Monster88 Constellations – The Original Soundtrack Recording Of (1999)
Alexa WildishMagic Hours – Alexa Wildish EP (2020)
(D) Jessica SonnerKeep On Dreaming (2022)

DeVotchKa Contrabanda – 100 Lovers (2011)
Jeremy Facknitz Little Devils – From Those Sweet Ashes (2020)
Steve Kovalcheck, Peter Sommer, Paul Romaine, Ken WalkerHomecoming – Ghost Orchid (2022)

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The Colorado Sound – Vol. 3, EP 38 2011

News & Notes: (music bed, “Progabilly,” courtesy of Adam Stern off of his latest, High Country Gentleman)

The Soul Thieves “Starting Tonight” from Microphone In the Sugarbowl (2000)
Cassie Taylor “Keys” from Blue (2011)
(D) The Aunteaters “If the Tele Took Teardrops” from Marionette (2011)
(D) The Bimarinal “Move Me” from The Bimarinal (2011)
(D) Constitution “Broken Down” from Wrestling with the Daylight (2011)
Bop Skizzum “Beauty Queen” from Beauty Queen (2011)
Fierce Bad Rabbit “Everything’s Alright” from Spools of Thread (2010)
Post Paradise “The Ghost in the Airwaves” from New Normal (2011)
(D) Juno What?! “Late Night” from Late Night Live (2011)
(D) Big Jim Adam & John Stilwagen “When It Started to Rain” from Tippy’s Barn (2011)
Julie Hoest “Hot Time In the Old Town Tonight” from Where I’m Standing (1996)
Andy Ard “That’s What She Did to Me” from What She Did (2009)
Carmen Sandim Sextet “Feliz” from Brand New (2011)
Mercury Project “Refuge” from Soapbox Jive (2004)
Beats Noir! “Bad Beats” from 13 Tracks From the Dark Side of The Beat (2011)
(NT) SHEL  “Ruby Slippers” from The Dragon Came Down (2011)
(NT) Spring Creek “Evening Turns to Ashes” from Hold On Me (2011)
(NT) Great American Taxi “Poor House” from Paradise Lost (2011)
Slim Cessna’s Auto Club “My Last Black Scarf” from Unentitled (2011)
(NT) Andy Palmer “I Died Today” from Sometime Around (2011)
(D) INCA “Eye of the Storm” [single] (2011)
(D) Andy Monley “Anything” from Pull (2011)
Jim McTurnan & the Kids That Killed the Man “Don’t Count Me Out” from Joie De Vivre (2011)
Angie Stevens & the Beautiful Wreck “Queen of this Mess” from Queen of This Mess (2009)
Zach Heckendorf “All the Right Places” from The Cool Down (2011)
Jim Stranahan “Hip Street” from Free For All (2011)

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