heavy like sunday: last month’s mix, november 2009;

I left the last monthly mix of this year too late, here and am too hyper to provide much clever commentary. I don’t know what’s up with me today: I woke up in far too good a mood. And I love the shit out of far too many of this month’s songs, cheapest even though pretty much all I’ve listened to for the past fortnight has been the Gaslight Anthem and Jason Isbell.

Perhaps the wind is changing again.

The Stereo Just Ate The Mixtape That You Made: last month’s mix, generic November 2009
1. Imogen Heap: “First Train Home”
2. Franz Nicolay: “Quiet Where I Lie”
3. The Gaslight Anthem: “Miles Davis and the Cool”
4. Blitzen Trapper: “Furr”
5. Herman Dune: “Baby Baby You’re My Baby”
6. Leona Naess: “Heavy Like Sunday”
7. Lucero: “Darken My Door”
8. The Twilight Sad: “Seven Years of Letters”
9. Company of Thieves: “Oscar Wilde” [acoustic] 10. Beerjacket: “Dancing in the Dark”
11. The Raveonettes: “My Boyfriend’s Back”
12. Frightened Rabbit: “Song Against Sex”
13. Clem Snide: “1989”
14. Tom Waits: “Time”
15. Conor Oberst and Gillian Welch: “Lua”


*Hosted on Dropbox at the moment, as I’m having FTP problems.

Monthly Most Played is, as ever, after the jump:

Monthly Most Played as of November 2009:
1. Marah, “Walt Whitman Bridge” [=] 2. The Gaslight Anthem, “High Lonesome” [3] 3= The Hold Steady, “Sequestered in Memphis” [2] 3= The Hold Steady, “Lord, I’m Discouraged” [=] 5. The Gaslight Anthem, “The ’59 Sound” [8] 6. The Hold Steady, “Banging Camp” [8] 7. The Hold Steady, “Magazines” [5] 8= The Gaslight Anthem, “We Came To Dance” [NE] 8= The Hold Steady, “Constructive Summer” [6] 8= Marah, “Songbirdz” [6]

MOAR LYG:  out and about: the first big weekend of the summer;