Category: Song of the Day

Song of the Day: Too Far Gone, Four Mints

Culled from the same compilation as the wonderful “You and Me” featured a few days back, this vinyl crackling, bass thumping, vocal jumping Four Tops styled groove is a wonderful upbeat arrangement about, what else, losing a lady but delivered so earnestly that there’s no time to sit around and mope, enjoy this lost vinyl […]

Song of the Day: You’re Already Gone, The Dig

A Brooklyn based band by way of California and Canada actually got its name from a local colloquialism while in college in Boston, The Big Dig, which was a an ill planned vast piece of construction that lasted for the better part of 10 years.  Fortunately The Dig dropped the Big and they’ve put out a […]

Song of the Day: Rogers Park, Justin Townes Earle

Tucked in at the end of Justin Townes Earle’s Harlem River Blues, one of the best albums of 2010 is a rousing heart-wrenching ballad “Rogers Park”.  While most of the songs on the album have a celebratory jaunt in the music to contrast the lyrical mood, “Rogers Park” is a restrained mood, with an absolutely […]