Category Archives: My Week That Was

My Week That Was 03-16-17 hr.1

“My Week That Was” 03-16-17 playlist Hr.1 Earth, Wind & Fire – Africano/Power (Live ’75) Atom Rush – Sober Ranglinoir No Line North – Line Drive No Line North – Butterflies Lys Guillorn & Her Band – I’m a Boy Lys Guillorn & Her Band – M.K. Be-Bop Deluxe – Sister Seagull (Live ’77) Father

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My Week That Was 03-09-17 hr.1

“My Week That Was” 03-09-17 playlist Hr.1 *Tyrone Shoelaces – Shoot The Radio *Murderous Chanteuse – Wanna Be *Scarlett – Your Pretty Face *Tiny Ocean – Americans *J.D. McPherson – Let the Good Times Roll *The Godfathers – You Don’t Love Me Courtney Barnett – Avant Gardener Courtney Barnett – Out Of The Woodwork Tyrone

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My Week That Was 03-09-17 hr.2

“My Week That Was” 03-09-17 playlist Hr.2 Elvis Costello – Episode of Blonde The Manchurians – A Thing For Blondes The Mocking Birds – Purple Blonde The Mocking Birds – Honey Blonde The Mocking Birds – Strawberry Blonde Kathryn James – Blonde City Streets Country Roads – Intro The Waterboys – A Pagan Place City

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My Week That Was – Top 10 of 2016 hr.1

“My Week That Was” 12-29-16 playlist Top 10 of 2016 Hr.1 #10 – Case/Lang/Veirs – S/T Delirium Honey and Smoke Greens of June #9 – Dawes – We’re All Gonna Die Less Than Five Miles Away When the Tequila Runs Out Quitter #8 – The Right-Offs – Quiet Down Break it Up Greater Ajax Yeah,

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My Week That Was – Top 10 of 2016 hr.2

“My Week That Was” 12-29-16 playlist Top 10 of 2016 Hr.2 #5 – Laini and the Wildfire – S/T Higher Newport Cruel Summer #4 – Ian Hunter (feat. The Rant Band) – Fingers Crossed Ghosts Fingers Crossed Bow Street Runners #3 – Tyrone Shoelaces – Shoot The Radio Shoot The Radio I Didn’t Notice 06850/Closing

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MY WEEK THAT WAS “TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2015”

My Week That Was DJ: G.Gone’s Top 10 Albums of 2015 Last year, after many idle years, I resurrected my Top 10 list. With that, I lamented the shift in music distribution – the way music reaches our ears nowadays – and the overwhelming amount of music vs. the time to actually listen. I personally

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