Posts tagged ‘Clementine Was Right’

March 11, 2021

Play Listy For Me – New Americana, Folk & Roots Volume 1

Play Listy For Me is our new column where we share with you all the music we recently talked about in a genre blocked playlist, plus extra bonus songs.

Today we’re bringing you in one convenient location, all of the Americana, Folk & Roots songs we’ve talked about in the past week or two, plus a few great bonus songs. So gather up the family and have a listen y’all.

March 1, 2021

Mike’s Monday Muse – Clementine Was Right

Mike’s Monday Muse is where friend of the blog, roots DJ, house show organizer, Bloomington Music Expo czar and all around nice guy Mike McAfee picks one song a week to share with the people.

Clementine Was Right’s latest record, Lightning & Regret, is “made of nine songs about loss and tacos on two coasts.” OK I’m listening. The guitar hook that starts off “Nazarene Sheen” sounds like a glass of big dry red wine. More please. Then the lyric “First learned to freebase when she was 13, Nazarene drives a school bus…” I’m in.

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