FIVE MIXES
Here are some groovy things I’ve been enjoying recently. You will enjoy them too. 
Yeti Listening Hour #3 - Mike McGonigal mix of kiwi pop, raw gospel, Otis Redding Coke ads.
Stoner Loners II - “Put this on, smoke a spliff, curl up in a blanket, and push through.”
Nashville Eye and Ear Control, vol. 3 - A fantastic comp of tunes from William Tyler, many of which he says were references for his highly, highly recommended album, Impossible Truth.
Don’t Puncture My Tranquility - Mix tape from the great Steve Gunn, with a whole bunch of wonderful stuff. Gunn’s forthcoming Time Off album (out in June) is easily one of my top 5 LPs of 2013. More on that later!
Old Gold: Sonoran Country, Garage Blues, Pop, Soul, and Avant-garde from Arizona 1951-1971 - A fine, eclectic mix over at Aquarium Drunkard.

FIVE MIXES

Here are some groovy things I’ve been enjoying recently. You will enjoy them too.

Yeti Listening Hour #3 - Mike McGonigal mix of kiwi pop, raw gospel, Otis Redding Coke ads.

Stoner Loners II - “Put this on, smoke a spliff, curl up in a blanket, and push through.”

Nashville Eye and Ear Control, vol. 3 - A fantastic comp of tunes from William Tyler, many of which he says were references for his highly, highly recommended album, Impossible Truth.

Don’t Puncture My Tranquility - Mix tape from the great Steve Gunn, with a whole bunch of wonderful stuff. Gunn’s forthcoming Time Off album (out in June) is easily one of my top 5 LPs of 2013. More on that later!

Old Gold: Sonoran Country, Garage Blues, Pop, Soul, and Avant-garde from Arizona 1951-1971 - A fine, eclectic mix over at Aquarium Drunkard.

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