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September 10, 2007

EarMedicine Week 64

Lots of eclectic selections this week. Be sure to grab the EarMedicines and as always, enjoy the post!

*James Gang - Asshtonpark
delectable instrumental; my first dose of EarMedicine

Jimi Hendrix - Red House
cause if my baby don’t love me no more, I know her sister will

Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band - The Fire Down Below

a man and his women

Two Gallants - Miss Meri
sweet opening riff

*Aerosmith - Last Child
damn fine funky tunage; my second dose of EarMedicine

Bob Seger - Turn The Page (Original Cut)

not the radio version you're used to

Kenny Wayne Shepherd - Blue On Black
trouble is...

Johnny Cash - I'll Fly Away

from his mother's hymn book

The B-52's - Rock Lobster
don't ask, just picture Peter Griffin singing this

*Two Gallants - The Hand That Held Me Down
this song just grows on you; my third dose of Earmedicine

September 01, 2007

EarMedicine Week 63

EarMedicine is back in session once again. This week I'm featuring some of my favorites from some summer playlists for your listening pleasure. Remember to grab the EarMedicines and as always, enjoy the post!

Also, Go Badgers!

*Bob Seger - Ramblin Gamblin' Man
damn fine music; my first dose of EarMedicine

Fleetwood Mac - Never Going Back Again
check out the guitar work

The Rolling Stones - Let It Bleed
we all need someone to cream on?

The Doors - L.A. Woman
best time shift in rock and roll "Mr. Mojo risin"

*Talking Heads - Psycho Killer
Qu'est-ce que c'est?; my second dose of EarMedicine

Stevie Wonder - Higher Ground
oh yes

Traveling Wilburys - End Of The Line
everything will indeed be alright

Arlo Guthrie - City Of New Orleans

good ol' folk tune

The Doors - People Are Strange
explains a lot

*Santo & Johnny Sleep Walk
song just reminds me of summer; my last dose of EarMedicine

April 01, 2007

EarMedicine Week 62

This weeks post is based on a playlist of mine called "Funky Fresh" You'll see why! Be sure to grab the EarMedicines and as always enjoy the post!

*Kool & The Gang - Jungle Boogie
coolest beginning to a song ever, myfirst dose of Earmedicine

James Brown - I Got You (I Feel Good)
sugar and spice

The Commodores - Brick House
turns out this describes a girl's figure...who'd a thunk

Stevie Wonder - Superstition
oozes funkiness

*Talking Heads - Burning Down The House
check out their movie "Stop Making Sense", also check out this song

Hot Chocolate - You Sexy Thing

pretty much describes me

David Bowie - Fame
self loathing.....or not?

The O'Jays - For The Love Of Money
best title of a "best of" CD...Love Train

Talking Heads - Take Me To The River

did I mention their movie?

*War - Why Can't We Be Friends
smooth drum beats, my third dose of EarMedicine

March 17, 2007

EarMedicine Week 61...I'M BACK!

Hello all,
I've decided to make a return to posting; furthermore, I've found a free host and everything is set. Be sure to bookmark (or subscribe to RSS Feed) and check back each week. I have tons of great stuff that needs to be shared. Be sure to grab the EarMedicines and as always, enjoy the post!

It's great to be back!

*The Mooney Suzuki - Good Ol' Alcohol
grab this one folks, my first dose of Earmedicine

Ryan Adams - To Be Young (Is To Be Sad, Is To Be High)
the ups and downs

The Doors - Roadhouse Blues
let it roll baby roll

The Rolling Stones - Silver Train
long lost treasure of the Stones'

Bob Dylan - Subterranean Homesick Blues
don't need a weather man to know which way the wind blows

*The Replacements - Treatment Bound
hard to find but easy on the ears, my second dose of Earmedicine

Kenny Rogers & The First Edition - Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)
known best from The Big Lebowski

Led Zeppelin - Hey Hey What Can I Do
aka Street Corner Girl

The Rolling Stones - It's All Over Now
breakfast in bed

*Willie Nelson - I Gotta Get Drunk
cheers Willie, my third dose of Earmedicine

November 24, 2006

Taking Some Time Off

Hello all. You may have noticed my postings have been quite sparse lately. I am extremely busy with school, work, and life in general. I just don't have the time to post like I used to and I am very tight for cash right now. I am sorry to inform you that I will be taking some time off....

This means all of my links (over 63 weeks worth) will soon disappear. I suggest you grab them while you can! It has been a lot of fun sharing my love for music with so many different people. I enjoyed every post and lots of thought and effort went into making them work. I hope that you have enjoyed all of the music you found here.

I am not sure if I am going away forever. I just feel the need to let everyone know that links will no longer work. I just can't afford the $10.00 every month for the hosting service (I have too many other bills). If anyone has any suggestions where I can get free file hosting with lots of bandwith let me know.

Until then, keep on rockin!


October 27, 2006

EarMedicine Week 60

Going with some great classic rock this week. Turn it up and rock out! Be sure to grab the EarMedicines and as always, enjoy the post!

*Loverboy - Working For The Weekend

can't go wrong with a cowbell, my first dose of EarMedicine

The Beatles - I Feel Fine
that's whay you say after listening

The Doobie Brothers - China Grove

gotta love their name

Molly Hatchet - Flirtin' With Disaster

good ol' southern rock

*Dire Straits - Walk Of Life
all around happy song, my second dose of EarMedicine

Boston - More Than A Feeling

one of their many hits

Pilot - Magic

ya know

Def Leppard - Bringin' On The Heartbreak

good vocals and screaming guitars

Toto - Hold The Line
weird name for a band

*Tesla - What You Give
one of my all time favorite songs, my third dose of EarMedicine; get it!

October 19, 2006

EarMedicine Week 59

I was once again blown away by Drakkar Sauna. Their sophomore studio release entitled "Jabraham Lincoln" is top notch. They are featured this week along with some other great tunes. Be sure to grab the EarMedicines and as always, enjoy the post!

Also, I have finally acquired a stable RSS feed. I suggest you subscribe and keep the EarMedicine coming.

*The Sonics - Psycho
catchy upbeat awesomeness, my first dose of EarMedicine. Get this one!

Drakkar Sauna - Mongrel of a Halfman Slave Bitch
will have you tappin along

Roger & The Gypsies - Pass the Hatchet
if I could have a song play when I enter a room, this would be it

*Drakkar Sauna - Carefully Procedured in the Darkest Night

so simple yet so great, my second dose of EarMedicine

Dire Straits - Sultans Of Swing
classics never fail

The Partridge Family - I Think I Love You
yeah...I like it

*Dr. Strange - Suzie
crazy lyrics, this will get stuck in your head; my third dose of EarMedicine

Dr. Strange - Downs
sure does have the downs

Dr. Strange - Daddy
grows on you

*Drakkar Sauna - Paul's Letter to St. Job (There's Glass In My Hat)

amazing harmonies, my fourth dose of EarMedicine

October 13, 2006

EarMedicine Week 58

Here we go again. Another post with tons of variety. Be sure to grab the EarMedicines and as always, enjoy the post!

*Old Crow Medicine Show - New Virginia Creeper
absolute must hear, really digging these guys; my first dose of EarMedicine

Lloyd Price - Personality
all time classic

Drakkar Sauna - Oh My John Surrat
from Jabraham Lincoln

The Marshall Tucker Band - Can't You See
oh what woman can do

Roger Alan Wade - Mother Goose Blues
how nursery rhymes outta be

*Cold War Kids - Saint John

sounds like the White Stripes, my second dose of EarMedicine

Suburban Kids With Biblical Names - Little Boys In The Ghetto
sweet catchy beats

Cold War Kids - Hang Me Up to Dry
either about laundry or being used?

Suburban Kids With Biblical Names - Marry Me

clap and sing along

Van Morrison - It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
pretty sure this is a cover, good none the less

*Chris Harford - Pain Is Good
very depressing, my third dose of EarMedicine

September 30, 2006

EarMedicine Week 57

I've outdone myself and put together one of my most well rounded posts of all time. You might not know a majority of the songs, but I encourage you to check them all out. Be sure to grab the EarMedicines and as always, enjoy the post!

*The Network - Right Hand-A-Rama
Green Day before they were Green Day, turn it up!...my first dose of EarMedicine

Clutch - Pure Rock Fury
fast and furious, just like I like 'em

Ted Leo & the Pharmacists - Counting Down The Hours
saw them at Austin City Music Fest, instantly hooked

Suburban Kids With Biblical Names - Seems to Be On My Mind
sweet name for a band

*Blind Melon - Skinned
frickin awesome kazoo work, very catchy...my second dose of earMedicine

Salty Pirates - Black Minds White Lies
another sweet name, great indie pop

Daniel Johnston - Rock 'N' Roll-EGA

that rock n' roll saved my soul

Leftöver Crack - Born To die

nice blend of punk and ska

The Clash - Train In Vain
can't go wrong with classics

*Leftöver Crack - Soon We'll Be Dead
sadly it's true, enjoy life while we've got it....my third dose of EarMedicine

September 22, 2006

EarMedicine Week 56...I'm Back

It's been too long my friends. I'm finally back and better than ever. More posts, more fun, and a whole lot more music. Please be sure to grab the EarMedicines and as always, enjoy the post!

*Daniel Johnston - Love Wheel
rock the night away, my first dose of EarMedicine

Dave Edmunds - I Hear You Knocking
long lost classic, grab this one

Billy Joel - It's Still Rock And Roll To Me
tab collars and pink sidewinders, those were the days

Social Distortion - Lonesome Train
it keeps on rollin

*Mojo Nixon and The Toadliquors - Are You Drinking With Me Jesus
a must have, my second dose of EarMedicine

Barry McGuire - Eve Of Destruction

John Murphy & David Hughes - Zorba The Greek

an instrumental you've always wanted

Joanna Newsom - Sprout and the Bean
couldn't buy a voice as unique as this

*Social Distortion - Ball & Chain (Acoustic)
great tune, my third dose of EarMedicine

*Daniel Johnston - Held The Hand
his life story in a song, my fourth dose of EarMedicine