Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Originally uploaded by Southcoasting
Winter mixtape, a bit cold and desolate and low fi, in two parts:
  • Part 1 here (60mb mp3s zipped)
  • Part 2 here (40mb mp3s zipped)
Bit of old stuff, bit of Brighton stuff, bit of low fi stuff, bit melancholy, bit of a chill - some tracks have appeared alongside recent Southcoasting photographs on flickr. All of it is exceptionally good :-)

Available to the first 100 callers and then they're gone. A few select mp3s below.

1. Humble Pie, take me back - a slow starter
2. Blitzen Trapper, Gold for bread - from Furr
3. Dressy Bessy, who'd stop the rain?
4. Five stairsteps, ooh child
5. Fotheringay, Knights of the road - gorgeous roadsong
6. The Laylanas, Barbara - from Brighton
7. Lounge Lizards, Do the wrong thing - 1980s free NY jazz
8. Birdengine, Buried in the black snow (live) - Gothic folk
9. Michael Hurley, Grand Canyon Line - 1972
10. Okkervil River, Unless it's kicks (live)
11. R.G. Morrison , Learning about loathing - Drifter
12. Rural Alberta Advantage, Sleep all day - I wish
13. Homestead & Wolfe, Beat of the drum - 1970s church group!
14. Ann Sexton, you're letting me down - northern soul, 1972
15. The Loom, Song for the winter sun
16. The Miserable Rich, the Barmaid's canon - all about Brighton
17. Garmisch Partenkirchen, Black Paint
18. Andrew Bird, Jesus gonna make up my dyin' bed (Blind Willie Johnson cover, live)
19. Frontier Ruckus, what you are - in the spirit of Harry Smith

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