H.C. McEntire - Eno Axis
Curious what time frame your shuffle covers? As I was a dedicated follower I have almost all of their studio albums and a few compilations. Ray Davies was a great songwriter.
A quick scan starts with Face to Face (1966) and goes to The Kink Controversy (2016 re-release?). Plus several best of albums.
The Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (2003). Great compilation.
Rush - All the World’s a Stage, in honor the incredible Neil Peart, lost one year ago today.
Sturgill Simpson's two new folk albums, which has a lot of his older songs and a few new ones. So good.
Cody Jinks Live at Red Rocks. Some good ole country music for a Monday.
More music from Tindersticks. Best discovery of 2020
Jethro Tull - Bungle in the Jungle
Neil Young's Greendale album.
Fleetwood Mac -- Rumours
Chris Smither "Time Stands Still." Brilliant and I could listen to it on endless repeat.
Aretha Franklin - Lady Soul
Sabre Dance -- Love Sculpture. I was in our Skokie apartment kitchen when this came on on our small AM/FM radio on the counter. I couldn't believe the blistering guitar playing of Dave Edmunds on this version of the famous classical work by Aram Khachaturian. Still a guitar tour de force today. Not as good, but also interesting, from the same album, is Farandole, Arlesienne Suite No 2 by Bizet.
James Vincent McMorrow - Wicked Game
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Band, I've always loved his strangely upbeat version of "Town Without Pity."
My daughter has been playing mxmtoon. Kinda quirky emo ukelele singer/songwriter. She got some catch.
Power In the Darkness by The Tom Robinson Band. Saw them live in 1980 at the El Macambo in Toronto. God, I'm old.
Nights in White Satin
Bunny Wailer - Protest
AC/DC - Back in Black (performed by my ten year old son on acoustic)
Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show -- Sloppy Seconds.