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Listening List: August 2012

Back in Bangkok this month, I’ve resumed my heavy diet of listening to music. All day, all night, the music never stops. When I’m at my bookshop, the tunes are always playing, and after closing my shop each night, I trot home listening to tunes on my portable player. Then, once I’m home, I resume the tunes. No TV, no movies, no chatting on the phone, no night out on the town; only music. What can I say; it’s my drug. Here are the CDs getting played the most this month.

 

Buddy Miles – Them Changes

Cut Copy – In Ghost Colours

Bobbi Gentry – An American Quilt: 1967-74

Freddie Hubbard – Red Clay

Miike Snow – Happy to You

 

Saint Etienne – Words and Music

Mickey Newbury – American Trilogy

Rufus Wainwright – Out of the Game

Eddi Reader – Love is the Way

Paul Weller – Sonik Kicks

 

Jim Boggia – Misadventures in Stereo

Clarence Gatemouth Brown – Down South in the Bayou Country

Bob Mould – Life and Times

Black Heat – No Time To Burn

J.C. Brooks & the Uptown Sound – Want More

 

Various Artists – So Blue, So Funky: Heroes of the Hammond (Vol. 2)

Sun Kil Moon – Tiny Cities

M83 – Saturday Youth

Roland Kirk – In Copenhagen

Dr. Feelgood – Singles: The U.A. Years

 

Charles Mingus – Tijuana Moods

Stanley Turrentine – Return of the Prodigal Son

George Jackson – Don’t Count Me Out

Garland Jeffreys – Guts for Love

Phil Oakey & Georgio Moroder – Phil Oakey & Georgio Moroder

 

Nada Surf – The Stars are Indifferent to Astronomy

Bonnie Raitt – Slipstream

Lonnie Smith – Mama Wailer

Michael Kiwanuka – Home Again

Cotton Mather – Kon Tiki (Deluxe Edition)

 

Ashford & Simpson – Hits, Remixes & Rarities

Cowboy Junkies – Early 21st Century Blues

Blue Nile – Walk Across the Rooftops

The Naked and the Famous – Passive Me, Aggressive You

Wild Swans – Coldest Winter for a Hundred Years

 

Horace Silver – United States of Mind

America – Back Pages

Jim Sullivan – U.F.O.

Charles Kynard – Legends of Acid Jazz

Richard Thompson – Front Parlour Ballads

 

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