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Hot Tips from the Loose One
Three suggestions: the new issue of UNCUT Magazine, a playlist of 12 pieces of music and a podcast interview with Ted Gioia.
Every once in a while I like to pass on a few tips for music I’m listening to, podcasts that move me, or even an article or book on my radar. Today I’ve got three. The first is a new issue of Englands premiere music periodical UNCUT. You can order a copy online that includes the CD for under $20 clicking here or you can purchase it at any good magazine stand unless you live in a backwater place like I do. I am tickled to be featured on this CD, “15 tracks of the best new Americana.”
The next is my first Spotify playlist. This one, in homage to the talented singers and musicians who collaborated with me on my Nothin’ Lastin’ music project. To access it you need to be a Spotify user. If you are not you can find all the songs listed in other places, streaming, downloads and physical CD’s.
“Wind” song by Hal Cannon, performed by the Tim O’Brien Band on the album by the same title.
“Wind” a new remix version by 3hattrio. Only available on streaming
“Just Go” song by Hal Cannon, performed by Mollie O’Brien and Rich Moore on Love Runner
“Just Go” Hal Cannon on the album, Hal Cannon
“Moonlight Waltz and Song of Old Kentucky” performed by Skip Gorman on Trail to Mexico
“Night Sky” by Eli Wrankle, performed by 3hattrio on Lord of the Desert
“Faith” by Greg Istock, performed by 3hattrio on Lord of the Desert
“Blue Sky Blue Prelude” by Kate MacLeod on Tomb of Joseph and Deep in the Sound of Terra
“Gretchen’s Song” by Hal Cannon, performed by Red Rock Rondo, arranged by Phillip Bimstien on Hal Cannon
“Unbroken Wings” written and performed by Martha Scanlan on the shape of things gone missing, the shape of things to come
“The Promise” written and performed by Victoria Lagerstrom on The Promise
“Fall to You” written and performed by Dave Tate
The last is an interview/podcast with Ted Gioia who is one of my favorite music writers and culture visionaries. This podcast is 51 minutes in length but is a must if you are interested in the tumultuous waters of creative life.