Episode 132: Wilma Burgess, Jenny O, Wild Earp, The Slow Blade, Severed Fingers, The Cry, Scott Cook, Arlo McKinley, Bridget Dowling, Crystal Shawanda, Lyn Avenue, Jessye DeSilva


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By Rachel Cholst. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
It was my birthday! I got a refrigerator I can’t use! Also, there’s music!!! Album of the Week: Scott Cook -- Tangle of Souls Damn, this is a gorgeous album. Scott Cook’s voice -- vocally and lyrically -- is as clear-eyed, optimistic, and straightforward as ever. I lost track of Cook for a while but he’s produced some of my favorite music that I’ve reviewed in 9 years of Adobe & Teardrops. Tangle of Souls is the medicine we could all use right now. As much as I enjoy the wave of experimentalism in Americana lately, at the end of the day you need great lyrics and a guitar and that’s what Cook does best.
  1. Wilma Burgess -- “Baby” (Her Very Best)
  2. Jenny O. -- “God Knows Why” (New Truth)
  3. Wild Earp -- “Don’t Play the Waltz at the California Clipper” (Single)
  4. The Slow Blade -- “Death Letter” (Remain)
  5. Severed Fingers -- “Hospital Beds” (Trust No One)
  6. The Cry -- “Everything and Nothing” (Beautiful Reasons)
  7. Scott Cook --“Let Love Have Its Way” (Tangle of Souls)
  8. Arlo McKinley -- “Die Midwestern” (Die Midwestern)
  9. Bridget Dowling -- “Back to Her” (Single)
  10. Crystal Shawanda -- “When it Comes to Love” (Church House Blues)
  11. Lyn Avenue -- “Sophisticated” (Sophisticated)
  12. Jessye DeSilva -- “Missouri” (Quarantine Sessions)
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