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Tag: 2004

Jolie Holland

Song Of The Day: Jolie Holland, “Old Fashioned Morphine”

The Recoup Song Of The Day for Tuesday, January 21, 2020 is “Old Fashioned Morphine” by Jolie Holland, taken from the Cinquefoil Records release, Escondida.

TV On The Radio, “Dreams”

One of my favorite songs. Period.

Guided By Voices: Live From Austin TX (New West)

Guided By Voices’ appearance on Austin City Limits was supposed to be the band’s big, nationally-broadcast fare-thee-well, shortly before they completed their final tour. Regardless, it’s a fine performance of a band at the top of its game, and there’s not a nostalgic moment to be had; it’s a vital, exciting performance from a band that still has a lot to give.

Song Of The Day: Charles Bradley & The Bullets, “Now That I’m Gone (Look How You’re Crying)”

A few words about the late Soul man Charles Bradley, who succumbed to cancer this past weekend.

Song Of The Day: The Heavy Blinkers, “Try Telling That To My Baby”

Taken from the Label Obscura release, The Night And I Are Still So Young.

Best Of The Recoup: People Used To Dream About The Future: The Story of A Girl Called Eddy

Since its publication in 2014, this interview with A Girl Called Eddy’s Erin Moran has consistently been one of The Recoup’s most popular stories. Learn more about the mysterious Moran and the making of one of the best albums you’ve probably never heard.

Song Of The Day: Dear Nora, “Here We Come Around”

Taken from the Orindal Records release, Mountain Rock.

3AM Eternal: Guided By Voices, “Everybody Thinks I’m A Raincloud (When I’m Not Looking)” (2004)

The opening track to Guided By Voices’ “final” album prior to their 2004 split, a song from the negative Nancy’s side of things.

3AM Eternal: A Girl Called Eddy, “Did You See The Moon Tonight?” (2004)

Well, did you?

Twilight Music: Secret Machines, “Girl From The North Country” (2004)

Happy birthday to the late, great Benjamin Curtis.