Episode 126 – Best Of 2011

The show is returning strong for 2012. But we can’t forget all the great music from 2011. So, we’re listening to the bands in my list of Top 24 of 2011.

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Music in this episode:

– Keep It Coming AND Trouble Won’t Last Always by Glossary
(from Long Live All Of Us)
www.Glossary.US

– Strike The Motion by Mike Doughty
(fromYes And Also Yes)
www.MikeDoughty.com

– Shine by Fifth On The Floor
(from Dark And Bloody Ground)
www.FifthOnTheFloor.com

– Choir Boys by Micah Schnabel
(from I’m Dead, Serious)
www.MicahSchnabel.blogspot.com

– Song Of Seven Sisters by Have Gun, Will Travel
(from Mergers & Acquistions)
www.HGWTMusic.com

– No Simple Machine by Old 97′s
(from Grand Theatre Vol. 2)
www.Old97s.com

– Don’t Let The Bastards Get You Down by The Mallett Brothers Band
(from Low Down)
www.MallettBrothersBand.com

– Used To Be A Cop by Drive-By Truckers
(from Go-Go Boots)
www.DrivebyTruckers.com

– Down By The Water by The Decemberists
(from The King Is Dead)
www.Decemberists.com

– The Grant by Lauderdale
(from Moving On)
www.Myspace.com/LauderdaleMusic

– Sweet Hell by Gin Wigmore
(from Gravel & Wine)
www.GinWigmore.com

– Heart On A String by Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit
(from Here We Rest)
www.JasonIsbell.com

– Can’t Change Me by Lydia Loveless
(from Indestructible Machine
www.LydiaLoveless.com

– A Broken Heart by Matt Woods
(from Manifesto)
www.TheRealMattWoods.com

– Wessex Boy by Frank Turner
(from England Keep My Bones)
www.Frank-Turner.com

– Usual Suspect by Ha Ha Tonka
(from Death Of A Decade)
www.HaHaTonkaMusic.com

– Put Up A Fight by The Only Sons
(from American Stranger)
www.TheOnlySons.net

– Hate, Rain On Me by Andrew Jackson Jihad
(from Knife Man)
www.AndrewJacksonJihad.com

– Me And Lazarus by Iron & Wine
(from Kiss Each Other Clean)
www.IronAndWine.com

– Two Eyes by Roger Bryan & The Orphans
(from 37)
www.RogerBryanAndTheOrphans.blogspot.com/

– Salsola by Memphis Train Union
(from The Bluebird Sessions)
www.Myspace.com/MemphisTrainUnion

– Too Old To Die Young by Will Hoge
(from Number Seven)
www.WillHoge.com

– Thunder Rail by Austin Lucas
(from A New Home In The Old World)
www.AustinLucasMusic.com

– Dead Run by 16 Horsepower
(from Yours Truly)
www.16Horsepower.com

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3 thoughts on “Episode 126 – Best Of 2011

  1. […] 2012 is off to a promising start for us here in the Mind Balm Compound. The January 5th edition of the world-famous Americana Rock Mix includes a spin of “Salsola,” the first single from Memphis Train Union’s forthcoming CD “The Bluebird Sessions.” Check out the podcast here. […]

  2. […] And, honestly, I couldn’t give you a better starting point with their music than this. Glossary is giving away the very same album that I first listened to when I found out about them almost 5 years ago. Only it WASN’T free back then. Boo. If you find “The Better Angels Of Our Nature” to be enjoyable, I give you my personal guarantee that it ONLY GETS BETTER from there. While it is not their first album, is demonstrates the cohesiveness and stability of a band that was trouble with a shifting line-up for quite some time. Their music has grown tremendously of the years. Since “The Better Angels…” came out, they’ve released a handful of albums. The most recent one which came out last year, “Long Live All Of Us“, made my top albums of 2011. […]

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