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Double Leopards  Sound Holes  buy on itunes
Zoviet*France  Spiiltek  buy on itunes
Louis Armstrong  All That Meat and No Potatoes  buy on itunes
Ma Rainey  Shave 'em Dry  buy on itunes
Phosphorescent  Joe Tex, These Taming Blues (Dwars Session)  buy on itunes
The Prayers and Tears of Arthur Digby Sellers  Ammunition for a Bolt-Action Heart  buy on itunes
Jesu  Star  buy on itunes
Songs: Ohia  Ring the Bell  buy on itunes
Elephant Micah  Hawaii & the Derby Day  buy on itunes
Thee, Stranded Horse  So Goes the Pulse  buy on itunes
Spoon  I Summon You  buy on itunes
Islands  Volcanoes  buy on itunes
Scud Mountain Boys  Grudge Fuck  buy on itunes
Castanets  Dancing With Someone (The Privilege of Everything) (Dwars Session)  buy on itunes
Elephant Micah  Naive Attraction  buy on itunes
The Mountain Goats  Maybe Sprout Wings  buy on itunes
Small Town Boredom  Our Valentine's Day Rebellion  buy on itunes
The Salkin Red Revival Band  Nandus bei¯en und stehlen  buy on itunes
The Prayers and Tears of Arthur Digby Sellers  The Sad Lives of the Hollywood Lovers  buy on itunes


At some point early this year, I started making monthly mixes of the songs I'd been listening to and enjoying the most during the previous month. Some of it is revisited old favourites, but the vast majority of it is new discoveries. This is the September installation, which I wasn't going to submit here at first because it overlaps quite a bit with one or two of the other of my recent mixes and because it wasn't intended for anyone but myself in the first place, but then I figured what the hell. Admittedly, this is a bit of an uncanny combination of weird experimental stuff, blues classics and current folk/indie-rock stuff (with an emphasis on the latter), but that's exactly what makes this kind of thing fun to compile. Title taken from "Naive Attraction" by Elephant Micah, which happens to be my favourite song in the world right now.


Date: 10/12/2006
Lovely stuff, Like the Arthur Digby, Molina and the 14-16 section. And now you've made me wanna listen to Naive Attraction, just see if I don't!! ;)

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