“I still like you, but I don’t trust you anymore.”
We chose this music for you.
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Lady BJ Crosby is from New Orleans. She is also a singer.
Here are her sweet tunes. Below you see a picture of Lady BJ.
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This singer, Michael Quatro, sounds like Bowie and Queen AND a glass of iced Malibu that has been left on the table since 1976. It’s good. We hope you like it.. He is pretty cute, then and now.
We picked this stuff from the vault this week:
These ladies are from New Orleans. They sounds like the Andrew Sisters. They are friends (see below).
Here is a sample of their music. This song is called Mood Indigo.
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This band is one of those bands from the 80s who made a website and never updated it. We like them anyways. They are kind of folk rock-ish. This picture is called Hanukkah Nights (see below).
This is a song by Antietam. Here- it is called Camp Folk.
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Exceedingly strange punk funk band out of Boston. “Dogzilla is made of up five people, each one of a different sex.” Here are some stills from their music video Lunch With Ed. Everything that happens in this video is crazy (see below).
Here is a sample of their music: The Sphinx.
Have you scavenged through the folk vault recently? Dusty but thrilling. These compilation records are a real jam for those admirers of alternative country from the late eighties. The albums were released separately and a few years later combined in CD form. (Note: Volume 3 was also released but not in the WOBC vault) The musicians featured were rising alt country stars in Bakersfield, California. Bakersfield has cultivated the sound of a few notable country music stars, Buck Owens and Merle Haggard for example. The city is even noted for a ‘Bakersfield sound’ which originated in honky-tonk bars in the 50s. Take a listen.
Preview the songs on this website.
Nothing is Wrong is the second album released by the Laurel Canyon natives who make up the band Dawes. The quartet includes a sibling pair (classic rocking siblings) and their equally talented (and did I mention foxy) band mates. The Dawes sound comes out of a heavy tradition of singer-songwriters and rockers who found inspiration in L.A.’s Laurel Canyon neighborhood during the 60’s and 70’s. To name a few: Joni Mitchell, CSN (Crosby, Stills, and Nash), Jim Morrison, Frank Zappa, and Jackson Browne. The album relies heavily on the poignant vocals of lead singer Taylor Goldsmith matched with consistently on-point harmonies. The lyrics echo a search for identity, home and love familiar to any twenty-something but voiced in a refreshing and decidedly sensitive way. Classic rock with contemporary alt country undertones- lovin’ it.
Find Nothing is Wrong on the folk new shelf.
1. Time Spent in Los Angeles
2. If I Wanted Someone
3. My Way Back Home
4. Coming Back to a Man
5. So Well
6. How Far We’ve Come
7. Fire Away
8. Moon in the Water
9. Million Dollar Bill
10. The Way You Laugh
11. A Little Bit of Everything
She’s here! She’s family! Loretta Lynn’s album “Don’t Come Home A Drinkin’,” has been added to WOBC’s folk vault! It’s an exciting time. For all of y’all who don’t know Loretta Lynn- this lady is a real gem. Lynn’s music is characterized by its honesty; set against the classic country twang of the late 60’s and 70’s are lyrics that discuss domestic abuse, alcoholism, and poverty.
“Don’t Come Home A Drinkin’,” hit Billboard’s #1 on the country album chart in 1967 and was given a “Gold” certification by the RIAA, the first album from a female country singer to receive this.
This album will not disappoint. Look for it on the new folk shelf, yay!
1. Don’t Come Home A Drink’ (With Lovin’ on Your Mind)
2. I Really Don’t Want to Know
3. Tomorrow Never Comes
4. There Goes My Everything
5. The Shoe Goes on the Other Foot Tonight
6. Saint to a Sinner
1. The Devil Gets His Dues
2. I Can’t Keep Away From You
3. I’m Living In Two Worlds
4. Get What ‘Cha Got and Go
5. Making Plans
6. I Got Caught