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World's Worst iPod: Get Here
by World's Worst iPod,posted Dec 4 2013 10:08AM
Oleta Adams took the song "Get Here" to #5 in 1990, but it appeared very few of her fans were listening this morning. We didn't end up playing this song.
Around an hour after we concluded the iPod segment of the show, we got a phone call from an Operation Desert Storm veteran who said the song meant a lot to him and his fellow soldiers. Had we heard that sooner, the outcome probably would have been different.
10) Little Feat – Live in Holland 1976
Can you ever get enough Little Feat? Newly released set from the band in its prime.
9) Sturgill Simpson – Metamodern Sounds in Country Music
A psychedelic walk down a country road.
1. Saint Paul and the Broken Bones - "Half the City"
I declared this to be my favorite album of the year when I first heard it back in January. It still is.
2. Paolo Nutini - "Caustic Love"
I waited 5 years for a new album from him and was...
1. First Aid Kit - Stay Gold
Folk vintage - yet modern. The sister duo, which I thought may edge into the slightly obnoxious, was captivating. Their high pitched harmonies that ring throughout every song, sell every second. There were some seriously...
Holiday sweaters--oh we love to mock them! Ugly holiday sweater parties have become so mainstream that I feel they are no longer ironic.
But that's not what I'm going to gripe about. My problem is that ugly holiday sweaters are now becoming...
Paolo Nutini - Caustic Love
Paolo has been a friend of Triple M for years and his sound just keeps getting better and better. We've been playing "Let Me Down Easy" but one of my personal favorites is "Scream (Funk My Life Up) which has a pretty...
1. U2- Songs of Innocence:
One of my favorite English poets is, William Blake. Jim Morrison of the Doors was so inspired by Blake's poetry, he used one of Blake's lines, "the doors of perception," to name the Doors….the Doors! So, this U2 album,...
It's hard to believe a novelty song like this went all the way up the charts to number one---but it did, and actually stayed there for two weeks!
It seemed most everyone, excluding our meteorologist Brian Olson wanted to hear this song, which came...
10. George Ezra: Wanted On Voyage
This 21 year old sings, writes all his own songs and plays guitar bass and keyboards. And his music is beautiful, haunting and old beyond his years. In addition to the hit "Budapest", I loved the haunting "Did you...