Jim Neill

Jim Neill’s Jukebox 7/9/14


Clothesline Revival-Leather Britches
Sylvan Esso – Coffee

Comsat Angels- Baby
The Pernice Brothers – Subject Drop
Schramms- Walk To Delphi
Wolf Alice – Bros
Wussy – Teenage Wasteland

Lana Del Rey- Cruel World
Father John Misty – Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings
Unrest – Isabel – 7″ version
La Sera – 10 Headed Goat Wizard

Bon Iver- Heavenly Father
Sylvan Esso – Dreamy Bruises


Kraftwerk – Pocket Calculator
Ultravox – Maximum Acceleration
Be Bop Deluxe – Electrical Language

Morrissey- World Peace Is None Of Your Business
Anthony Moore – Pieces of the Puzzle

M+M- Cooling The Medium
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit – Everywhere with Helicopter
snowbird – I Heard the Owl Call My Name

Woman’s Hour- Her Ghost (deaf/sign language)

Lantrerna- B MInor
Wolf Alice – Moaning Lisa Smile

Loudon Wainwright- Man With A Dog In The City

Loudon Wainwright- Haven’t Got The Blues Yet


Chris Smither- Can’t Shake These Blues
Loudon Wainwright- My Meds
Tom Waits – Way Down in the Hole
Rickie Lee Jones – The Last Chance Texaco

Robyn Hitchcock- I Used To Say I Love You

St. Vincent- Oh My God

Nirvana/St. VIncent- Lithium
The Antlers – Hotel
Sun Kil Moon – Duk Koo Kim

Aidan Knight- Margaret Downe

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