"Smoking Lettuce" by The gregory brothers
This video has been tripping me out. They put out one each month. #3 is also pretty rad. Enjoy.
"lady blue eyes" by american flyer
I haven't posted in a while, but thougth friday the 13th might be a good day to upload this soft rock nugget. The album cover caught my eye with some 70s artwork and native american feathers. This song was the clear winner. niceness and feeling free .
Enjoy! Also, good seeing Hatchback live a couple weeks ago. thanks for the grooves.
"Nathanial" by Hiss Golden Messenger
Great show at the Makeout Room last night. Hiss Golden Messenger sounded amazing. Loved the tune "Nathanial". Also been listening to "isobel" a lot on myspace. Diggin' the soul breakdown with the strings and hand clap. Total Rose Royce "Carwash" style.
"Breakaway" by Gallagher and Lyle
Been listening to this album a lot lately. Soaring harmonies and cool wurlitzer electric piano accompaniment. Sort of reminds me of a cross between Simon and Garfunkel meets the Bee Gees. Track uploaded in Chimney Gmail.
"life is lookin' good" by unknown
Last week I had an email request from a chimney to repost this song, but unfortunately my computer won't let me upload songs anymore, so here is a link to my old school home skate video that I put together in 1989-1990. Can't beleive this baby is now over 17 years old. I used "life is looking good" as the soundtrack song. I edited this on two vcrs, so the cuts are really rough, because I had to take into account that when you stop a vcr tape, the tape rewinds slightly for like 2 seconds. enjoy!
life is lookin good
"Cut your nails demo" by morvern caller
from no album
This song is so hauntingly beautiful and infectuous. scottish gloomy seaside shanty music for sure.
cut your nails
"Nocturnal Waltz" by Jean Marie
from in the process
Feeling free this friday. this is still a rough mix of a tune that will be on the album we are working on. I play wurlitzer e.p. and Accordian with Jean Marie. Hope you enjoy. Sorry, still can't upload any songs on TOTD due to some error, but you can listen to the song on myspace. Select "nocturnal waltz"
"Those were not the days" by Sevenly Virtues
from Long Divisionary
Just finished recording a new album with one of the bands I play in, the Sevenly Virtues. Here's a link to myspace where you can listen to a few songs. Enjoy.
"真夏の出来事" by I don't know
from japanese compilation
My ipod went on the skits in Japan and the radio in our car wouldn't pick up signals in the mountains, so we stopped at a rest stop and picked up a 70's "super best" japan pop cd. This tune has a funky beat (sort of reminds me of the beat to "Lovely Day"). Anyways, I don't know the artist or title, because the CD is in Kanji.
I'm still having problems uploading tracks to the chimney, so I uploaded it in Gmail. (sorry non chims). Also, if your into 70s soft rock gold, be sure to check out the 1973 UK christian folk tunes I posted yesterday in gmail by Phil Keaggy. It is so smooth and has the raddest guitar. it's sick. Voice reminds me a little bit of Bart Davenport meets paul mcCartney. The entire album rocks. You can download the full album here.
"That is what the Lord will do for you" by Phil Keaggy
from What a Day (UK Christian Folk)
just got back from Japan after a glorious 2 week roadtrip all over and staying with a Monk Preist at their family temple. Wish I had this nugget to play in the car. I came across this album on one of the blogs. It rules! 1973 UK Christian folk from a guy that looks like Paul McCartney (even sounds like him at the end of the song "King of the Jews". Dude has a silky voice that is syrupy sweet. The guitar and instrumentals are so beautiful! I tried uploading the full album to gmail, but it must have been too large. Anyway, I uplaoded 2 tracks in gmail forallchimneys to enjoy!
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