Monday, November 10, 2014

Guest Mix: High Lonesome

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I guess you could say that this list is sort of a "what are they listening to now," with some old favorites peppered in. We each picked 4 songs a piece, and if you know us personally, you could probably guess who picked what. These are the songs that we sing and play air-guitar to in our undies. These are the songs that are playing in the background while we study for a geology exam, or deliver pizzas. These songs are also a nice representation of the various backgrounds and influences that we bring together in the band. This playlist is best paired with a Barry Hannah short story, cold pizza, and one of Sean Johnson's homebrewed beers. Enjoy!

1. "Only Son of the Ladiesman" - Father John Misty
2. "The Mindeater" - Bonnie "Prince" Billy
3. "Time Will Break The World" - Silver Jews
4. "Awaiting On You All" - George Harrison
5. "Carmensita" - Devendra Banhart
6. "When You Awake" - The Band
7. "Baby Bitch" - Ween
8. "Thinking Bout You" - Frank Ocean
9. "Happy Days Are Here Again" - Kansas City Bear Fighters
10. "Magic Mirror" - Aphrodite's Child
11. "I Will Dare"  - The Replacements
12. "Let Her Go" - Mac DeMarco


High Lonesome is a band based in Fayetteville. Their new album, "Get Some Young," is available on Bandcamp and iTunes.

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