JW Show 187: Comfort Music for the Cat and I

Mar 27, 2013 by

I think we handled it pretty well, but both the cat and I were whining on the show today as we’re both a bit under the weather. However, we played some excellent comfort music from the likes of Lisa MannThe Heavy GuiltYoung DavidBig TreeMatthew HellerDeborah Crooks and more.

We even did some dedications after the Discovery 2 Preview which featured  The Winter TraditionFaraoCommon Tongues, and Allie Bradley. It’s going to be a great night this Thursday 28th of March.

I need to give a big “THANK YOU” to Mario over at 50K Music for his support. He found us when we did the Amycanbe interview and has been sharing stuff about us over on his music e-zine about independent music. Go check it out!


Minneapolis band Young David (nice specs, Ashley.)

Title Album Artist
Stay Out Late Young David Young David
Goin’ Home The Heavy Guilt The Heavy Guilt
Another Dose Invitation Matthew Heller
The Concurrence of All Things Home(here) EP Big Tree
Til the Wheels Come Off Satisfied Lisa Mann
Destiny, She Drives a Rolls Beards Junebug
Brasil The Hunter Their Planes
Looking Down the Road Little Bird Deborah Crooks
Antidote The Antidote EP The Knitted Cap Club
Gone What’s the Rush Sean Driscoll Band
I See Light EP2 Sierra Alpha
on a cosmic locomotive Synod of the Pod People cosmic blacksmith
Discovery 2 Preview for the gig on Thursday 28th March
Including an interview with Paul Knowles of the International Music Community
Rainbow Eyes Allie Bradley Allie Bradley
Forces Farao Farao
Jumping Ships Jumping Ships – single Common Tongues
Tides and Telegrams Gradients The Winter Tradition
Solitary Thinker Solitary Thinker – Single Common Tongues
Jimme’s Song (Full Band Version) Listen Emanuel and the Fear
Hole In My Soul The Crave Stephen Dale Petit
Overdose Sung Inside a House Death Songs
Can’t Get Enough HELP ME! The Sweet Serenades
From The Snow Tipped Hills The Silver Lake Chorus The Silver Lake Chorus
The ‘Don’t Be A Dick’ Rule World Domination David Goo Variety Band


See you next week, y’all!