We needed to take a little break from the awesome indie music we normally post and do a throw back to 1968 with Dusty Springfield’s groovy tune “Son of a Preacher Man.” The rights to cover the song was originally offered to Aretha Franklin who turned it down. Too bad as this was a huge hit in both the UK and America! Wednesday is Hump Day so turn it up, lean back, start snapping your fingers, and revel in the fact that the work week is halfway over!
Hopefully these guys will never feel better because we love the music they are putting out. This is an easy song to work to, chill to, or play on the boombox on your shoulder as you strut down the sidewalk.
Bronze Radio Return originates in Hartford, Connecticut. This is a laid-back acoustic version of their song “Play It On Me.” Perfect for a post-Labor Day weekend chill-fest!
Just found this song today. What a good way to start off the week!
This song was featured in the iTouch ad awhile back. Ever since that, is a song that you always remember when you hear it.
Jack Johnson has always been the king of the beach music scene. And his newest single “I Got You”, cements that even more. With its laidback guitar and steel guitar rhythm, its sure to take you to another place.
The Oblivion is from Devotchka’s album “Una Volta” released in 2003. Let the accordion carry you away!