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Welcome to Earth: Podcast #123

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After a 5 3/4 months hiatus, The Shady Groove is happy to bring you an all new podcast. Chock-full of new classics and old timeless musical gems, this self-indulgent playlist that I call a radio show will be sure to please. So feel free to share with friends, listen to while your making dinner, or rock out to whilst driving. Hopefully you’ll like some of the music enough to buy the track or album or maybe even the vinyl for all you audiophiles out there. Maybe you’ll even look up the artist and check out some of their other stuff. Because that is what it’s all about. Music is about finding what moves you. And we should always and consistently be searching, listening to something you never thought you would…I encourage you to listen to the full album, listen to the b-sides and rarities. That’s where you find the gold; the realness..

The following is a list of the tastefully curated audio tracks that were played on this podcast:

Sturgill Simpson – Welcome to Earth (Pollywog) ++ Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings – We Get Along ++ St. Paul & The Broken Bones – All I Ever Wonder ++ Chuck Berry – Roll Over Beethoven ++ The Rolling Stones – Let It Bleed ++ The Flying Burrito Brothers – Christine’s Tune ++ The Sheepdogs – Plastic Man ++ Cake – Arco Arena ++ Vampire Weekend – Oxford Comma ++ Weezer – El Scorcho ++ Tedeschi Trucks Band – Anyhow ++ Wilco – Normal American Kids ++ Mark Knopfler – Skydiver ++ Quiet Life – Live Wire ++ Dawes – When the Tequila Runs Out ++ Jimmy Smith – Whiskey and Blood ++

 

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Podcast 121: The 90’s Are Alive And Well @ The Shady Groove

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Were the 90’s the last great musical decade? That’s definitely debatable. Here’s what I know: In the 50’s and 60’s rock n roll emerged, the 70’s punk and disco were created, the 80’s had wave and metal. In the 90’s, it wasn’t that a new genre of music was created, but melting pot of styles and genres merged to create a counter-culture movement that sounded musically edgy and different. Grunge, alternative, indie, alt country, and rap were all converging and emerging in this new era of music.

I love it. It takes me back to my years growing up. But regardless if you love it or hate it, one cannot deny the lasting effect that the music and its musicians have had on emerging artists today.

So here is a new edition of The Shady Groove’s Theme-Time Radio: The 90’s are alive and well. Even though this podcast went longer than normal, there still was not enough time to run all the amazingness that happened in this era. I already have enough music prepared to launch another TWO 90’s podcasts, so stay tuned for more….But until then, enjoy this carefully prepared, sonically pleasing radio hour from The Shady Groove.

Here are the tracks that were played:

Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit ++ Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Righteous & The Wicked ++ Uncle Tupelo – Life Worth Living ++ House of Pain – Jump Around ++ Blind Melon – No Rain ++ Candlebox – Far Behind ++ Radiohead – Creep ++ Beastie Boys – Sure Shot ++ Pearl Jam – Better Man ++ Beck – Loser ++ Ween – Roses Are Free ++ Pavement – Cut Your Hair ++ Weezer – Say It Ain’t So ++ Phish – Sample In A Jar ++ Cake – The Distance ++ Blackstreet – No Diggity ++ Sublime – Santeria ++ The Wallflowers – One Headlight ++ Old 97’s – Barrier Reef ++ Ben Folds Five – Battle of Who Could Care Less ++ Arrested Development – Mr. Wendal ++ Guster – Barrel of a Gun ++ G. Love & Special Sauce – Rodeo Clowns ++ Wilco – A Shot In the Arm ++ The Gourds – Ladies Choice

 

 

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All Your Favorite Bands: Podcast #119

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The Shady Groove is back with another super-solid set of tunes to round out your work-week. Click play and let it ride…

These are the songs that were included:

Bobbie Gentry – Ode to Billie Joe ++ The Deslondes – The Real Deal ++ Leon Bridges – Better Man ++ Paul Simon – I Know What I Know ++ El Caribefunk – El Playaman ++ Bonnie Raitt – Wah She Go Do ++ Low Cut Connie – Shake it Little Tina ++ JD McPherson – Head Over Heels ++ Robert Palmer – Sailin’ Shoes ++ New Riders of the Purple Sage – Dirty Business ++ Dawes – All Your Favorite Bands ++ Alabama Shakes – Shoegaze ++ Courtney Barnett – An Illustration of Loneliness (Sleepless in New York) ++ Selwyn Birchwood – Love Me Again ++ My Morning Jacket – Compound Fracture ++ Mason Porter – Midnight Mountain Music Show ++ The Gourds – Hellhounds (live)

Enjoy

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We Like American Music: Podcast #118

American Music

 

What is American Music to you? I think one of the greatest things about American Music is that it can mean something different to everyone. This weeks podcast is a little taste of what it means to me. I sat down and really pondered where the music came from. From it’s Folk, Blues and Jazz roots to its country beginnings, R&B and Soul, through to Rock n Roll and back again. American music has a long, diverse, and storied history; rich in tradition but also heavy on exploration and improvisation. It’s also important to mention that there are many more that I would have loved to add to this list; and even as I write this now several more have popped in my head (Doc Watson, Velvet Underground, Link Wray, The Temptations, and Stevie Wonder just to name a few). So, nevertheless I invite you to listen to my interpretation; soak it in, but also I encourage you to make your own playlist and think of what american music means to you. As always, enjoy, and listen loud.

These are the truly american tracks that were played:

Robert Johnson – Cross Road Blues ++ Chuck Berry – Roll Over Beethoven ++ Otis Redding – I Can’t Turn You Loose – Sam Cooke – Another Saturday Night ++ Leon Bridges – Coming Home ++ Aretha Franklin – I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You) ++ Billie Holiday and her Orchestra – Summertime ++ Preservation Hall Jazz Band & The Del McCoury Band – I’ll Fly Away ++ Lead Belly – Midnight Special ++ The Allman Brothers Band – Revival ++ Bruce Springsteen –  4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) ++ Dawes – From a Window Seat ++ The Band – The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (live) ++ Woody Guthrie – Going Down The Road Feeling Bad ++ Bob Dylan – You’re No Good ++ The Byrds – You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere ++ Joe Pug – Hymn #101 ++ Johnny Cash – Folsom Prison Blues ++ Buddy Holly – Not Fade Away ++ Grateful Dead – Ripple ++ Alabama Shakes – Gimme All Your Love ++ Father John Misty – Bored In the USA ++ The Gourds – All The Labor

 

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We’ve Got All The Time In The World: Podcast 117

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Man. All the time in the world. We’re all just rolling along, doing our own thing, trying to find happiness and meaning. I’ve found it in a couple of these songs. You know, If you look at it the right way, you do have all the time. You control it. Lets raise a glass to greatness and go become it.

Here are the spoonful of songs that were played in this weeks podcast :

Bahamas – All The Time ++ Courtney Barnett – Avant Gardener ++ Pretenders – The Wait ++ The Clash – The Right Profile ++ Alabama Shakes – The Greatest ++ The Velvet Underground & Nico – I’m Waiting for the Man ++ Silver Jews – People ++ Dawes – I Can’t Think About It Now ++ Father John Misty – I’m Writing a Novel ++ Bob Dylan – Bob Dylan’s 115th Dream ++ George Harrison – Apple Scruffs ++ Johnny Cash – Cocaine Blues ++ Sturgill Simpson – Turtles All The Way Down ++ Howlin’ Wolf – Spoonful ++ St. Paul & The Broken Bones – That Glow ++ The Gourds – Gangsta Lean