Posts Tagged ‘caitlin rose’

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 136, 11 January 2012 Playlist

January 12, 2012

The Do, Dust It Off
Mia Riddle, Echo
Return to Mono, Song of the Beast
The Anthemeers, Landslide
Miranda Lee Richards, Lifeboat
Rilo Kiley, Always
Big Deal, Mai Joy
The Rentals, Friends of P
The Reputation, Face It
Sigur Ros, Svefn-G-Englar
Caitlin Rose, Learning to Ride
The Rondelles, Mission: Irresistible
The She’s, Picture of Houses
The Rocking Horse Winner, Orange Blossom
San Cisco, Solitude Is Bliss
Yael Meyer, Home to Me
Sahara Hotnights, The Difference Between Love and Hell
Saint Etienne, We’re in the City
Axelle Red, Entre Nous
The Salteens, Hallowed Ways
Santah, White Noise Bed
Hindi Zahra, Beautiful Tango
Sara Lov, Why Can’t I Be
Run for Cover Lovers, Kubota Tractor
Melanie Devaney, Last Glass of Love
Rubies, Room Without a Key
The Sadies, Tell Her What I Said
Anne, Virginal Plight
Scout Niblett, Kidnapped by Neptune
Sassparilla, Sawdust
Zoe Boekbinder, Gravity
Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion, Butterflies
Save Ferris, Goodbye
Meshell Ndegeocello, Feeling for the Wall
The Scaramanga Six, Spent Force
Polly Scatterblood, Other Too Endless
Niki & the Dove, The Drummer
Savath & Savalas, El Solitario
Seksu Roba, Erotico
Yamantaka // Sonic Titan, Reverse Crystal // Murder of a Spider
Sex Presleys, Teddy Bear
Selby Tigers, Motorway
Stephaniesid, Life in a Northern Town

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Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 134, 30 November 2011 Playlist

December 1, 2011

Soley, Smashed Birds
Nous Non Plus, One Night in Paris
Now, Now Every Children, Not One, But Two
The Good Natured, Skeleton
Ohbijou, Obsidian
Oh Land, Sun of a Gun
Primus, Hennepin Crawler
OK Go, Do What You Want
Agnes Obel, On Powdered Ground
Big Harp, Out in the Field
Tara Jane O’Neil, This Morning
O+S, Permanent Scar
Meshell Ndegeocello, Dead End
Beth Orton, Central Reservation
Operation Makeout, Current Events
My Brightest Diamond, There’s a Rat
OP8 Featuring Lisa Germano, If I Think of Love
Anna Oxygen, Primary Colors
Sports, Disappear
Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Say No to Love
Peaches, Trick or Treat
Caitlin Rose, Learning to Ride
Pee Shy, The Greatest Show on Earth
The Peekers, Concrete Feet
Yamantaka // Sonic Titan, Queens
Jemina Pearl, After Hours
Park Avenue Music, Piet
Pajama Club, Tell Me What You Want
The Pastels, Classic Line-Up
Peggy Sue, Careless Talk Costs Lives
Juliana Hatfield, Bringing You Down Again/Stray Kids
Liz Phair, Turning Japanese
Gretchen Phillips, Peola
Melanie Devaney, Nothin In L.A.
Petracovich, Paper Cup
Rain Perry, The Compartmentalized Thing
Gringo Star, Shadow
Persephone’s Bees, Muzika Dlya Fil’ma
Picture Me Broken, Darwin’s Song
International Waters, I’m in Love With the Oni Gallery
Picnic, I’ll Be There
The Pieces, What You Want
Gem Club, Twins
Pizzicato Five, Love’s Theme

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 132, 16 November 2011 Playlist

November 17, 2011

Gringo Star, Make You Mine
Melt Banana, I Hate It!
Rose Melberg, Another Cup of Coffee
Emblems, Coyotes
Mia Doi Todd, Under the Sun
Metric, Stadium Love
Prince Rama, Incarnation
Metal Mother, Vices
M.I.A, Boyz
The Big Scary, Summer
Amy Millan, Wayward and Parliament
Me Talk Pretty, Brokenhearted
Caitlin Rose, For the Rabbits
Meridene, Everyone’s Waiting
Mike and Ruthy, Rise
Yamantaka // Sonic Titan, A Star Over Pureland
Rose Melberg, The Orchard
Mr. & Mrs. Muffins, The Ladybird’s Theme
International Waters, Green Lights Forever
Mirah Yomtov Zeitlyn/Ginger Brooks Takahishi & Friends, While We Have the Sun
Holly Miranda, Forest Green, Oh Forest Green
Ohbijou, Echo Bay
Juana Molina, Micael
The Lower 48, The End
Cheyenne Marie Mize, Not
Minipop, Fingerprints
Terra Lightfoot, Sleep Away the Winter
Mother Mother, Getaway
Morcheeba, Mandala
Hess Is More, Creation Keeps the Devil Away
Gaby Moreno, Intento
Emilie Mover, Dance All Night
Girl in a Coma, Smart
The Mood Swings, No Place to Hide
Monkey, Walking on Coals
The Muffs, Sad Tomorrow
My Brightest Diamond, Inside a Boy
Katie Johnson, How Could She Know Anything
Music Go Music, Thousand Crazy Nights
Mum, Illuminated
The Do, Dust It Off
Mumford & Sons, Awake My Soul

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 130, 19 October 2011 Playlist

October 19, 2011

Memoryhouse, To the Lighthouse
Leerone, Bring It On
Laura Gibson + Ethan Rose, Introduction
Asobi Seksu, Vicious Bears
Lederhosen Lucil, Best Dishwasher I Ever Had
Cate le Bon, Burn Until the End
Karmacoda, If You Give It to Me (Our Summer of Love)
Cyndi Lauper, Rollin’ and Tumblin’
Jenny Lewis, Black Sand
Jared Mees & the Grown Children, Juicy Fruit
Liam Finn & Eliza Jane, On Your Side
Le Tigre, I’m So Excited
Caitlin Rose, Sinful Wishing Well
The Living Sisters, How Are You Doing
The Like, Wishing He Was Dead
Caroline Smith & the Good Night Sleeps, Calliope
Lissie, Here Before
Lisa Gerrard and Patrick Cassidy, Sailing to Byzantium
Radiation City, Phantom Lady
Lil Pocket Knife, Red Hott
Liesl’s Wet Dress, Intoxicating Brew
Emblems, Morning Breath
Lois, A Summer Long
The Lightfighters, Mirrorball
Maria Taylor, Like It Does
Little Teeth, Sideways
Mary Lou Lord, Aim Low
Shenandoah Davis, Throne
Los Campesinos!, 200-102
Luscious Jackson, Under Your Skin
Big Harp, Out in the Field
The Lovemakers, Whine & Dine
Lush, Hypocrite
Primus, Extinction Burst
Dream Theater, On the Backs of Angels
Luckie Strike, Can’t Afford It
Sara Lov, Why Can’t I Be?
O Bruxo, De Colores
Lower Dens, Rosie
Luna, Tiger Lily
The Big Scary, Summer
Lykke Li, Youth Knows No Pain
Lunachicks, Spork
Kirsty MacColl, Last Day of Summer

Caitlin Rose “Own Side Now”

October 9, 2011

With a name like Caitlin Rose, I was expecting pop sensibility from an ironically named singer. Nope. This country-sounding folked-up name represents a country-folk singer. Huh.
The tracks are a little long for this type, but “Learnin’ to Ride” defeats this as the four-plus minutes fly by. Or perhaps mosey by on a horse, given the song title.
“For the Rabbits” is in the Joanna Newsom/Edith Frost vein. This is almost good enough to be in an iPhone commercial. “New York” has a more traditional sound and is good for Neko Case fans, as is “Things Change,” especially for those who like The Virginian.
The harmonizing in “Sinful Wishing Well” make this one folking fun. All in all, this record delivers what it promises once you actually listen to it.