Here is a cooling playlist for this hot day. The word for Monday the 15th was water, which is a word I have done in the past, but these are all new songs except for Jim White. Please listen while keeping yourself well hydrated.
The word for September 15th, was water. As it is so scorching hot I decided to do water to keep cool thoughts the next couple of days and to drink plenty of water. I’ve done water in the past, and with the exception of Jim White this a completely new playlist.
Here is the playlist for September 8th, the word for the morning was little. For some reason little tends to accompany photos of small animals if not baby animals. So here are some little turtles to accompany my “little” playlist.
Thus Owls- As Long As We Try a Little- Turning Rocks
"I felt free and therefore I was free."-
Here is the playlist from August 1st. The word was “Free” because Labor day is a day free of work and signifies the end of the free of summer. Here are some songs to help you feel free.
Miles Davis- Freddie Freeloader- Kind of Blue
Hi Kate, I really enjoyed a song that you played of your Monday Sept. 8th show. I caught the name of the song, "Little at a Time", but did not catch the name of the artist. Can you please tell me the name of the artist. Thank you Allen
What is the Word Answer:
The song “Little at a Time” was from the band Magnolia Electric Co off the album Fading Trails. They are one of my favorite bands and have a pretty extensive catalog, check them out. Thanks for listening.
August 25th the word for “What is the Word” was Run. Run, walk, or just sit and listen to these songs. All songs with an asterisk are new.
Patty Griffin -No Bad News- Children Running Through
For Monday the 18th the word was “ghost” as in this “summer will soon be a ghost.”
Daniel Johnston- Casper the Friendly Ghost- Welcome To my world
Monday, August 11th the word was city. Here is my ever so urban playlist.
City Walls Autumn Falls- Sheltered Me- Factory
The word for August 4th was light. All songs with an asterisk are new releases.