Play Listen Repeat Vol. 38

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“There are heroes in the seaweed…” – Leonard Cohen
One of the best things about being part of Pandora is knowing that we are, with the help of our listeners, tilling the musical soil, churning up music that for one reason or another may have gotten lost or buried at some point.
I love the idea that we are all keeping so many songs in circulation, and in that spirit, I thought I’d post a few artists that might be new to some of you, that you can explore as new starting points.
Sibylle Baier – I am loving this station based on the solo acoustic folk of this recently rediscovered recording. You’ll hear great lesser-knowns like the incredible Vashti Bunyan, and Ruthann Friedman and Bridget St. John, plus better known folkies like Nick Drake.
Sleep – Where would we be without metal? We wouldn’t be able to cook scrambled eggs, for one thing! So open your ears to the weirdly pillowy doom metal sounds of this station. It’s a good one. And hey – those of you who have never listened to metal – you know who you are – don’t glaze over – check this out :-).
Peanut Butter Wolf – I love the track Here’s a Smirk, and bet it would make a cool station. He got his name from a girlfriend’s kid brother, who dreamed up the peanut butter wolf as his deepest fear. At least something cool came from the poor guy’s nightmares!
Thomas NewmanRoad to Perdition Score – I’ve been into soundtrack music lately. It’s interesting how it is made to be secondary, while also being canny and amazingly precise in the reactions it evokes. Here’s a station made from one of my favorite pieces in this score.
DM StithFire of Birds – This is new music from the Asthmatic Kitty label, nice folks who put out some of the most interesting pop music of the day. This is orchestral and experimental folk that lives in that verdant valley between Mount Pleasantmusic and Mount Artsymusic. One of my favorite imaginary places.
Have a great weekend, and don’t forget Record Store Day tomorrow!
mz

Pandora

The Pandora Team http://www.pandora.com/

19 thoughts on “Play Listen Repeat Vol. 38

  1. Hey there,
    I’m having a blast on Pandora this weekend — really getting into new genres and artists that I had no idea I was such a fan of.
    Here’s a thought: I keep hearing new artists that I like, and wishing I could just click on a link to see when they’re coming to play in a town near me. Is there a link on this site that already lets you check out an artist’s tour schedule? Or, should I just get over my laziness and go to their website…
    Thanks,
    KB

  2. Hi, Nice music in your website. I really enjoyed listening as well as reading the informative biographies of various artists. Thanks.
    Oscar

  3. Pandora spanks regular radio. The depth of music choice cannot be compared to anything else out there.
    It’s easy to use and you’re in control. There’s no down side. Keep up the good work!
    Grant
    Website Owner: Get Your Ex-Girlfriend Back Fast

  4. There are just days that I need to hear songs that remind me of my son. I found your station/s and have been hooked ever since. I love the music and the way it just gets better and better each song that plays! It has lifted my spirits more than once!
    God bless you all!

  5. I was listening to the Stan Kenton organization when the thought occurred that the listeners of Pandora, who are into modern jazz, might want to spend some time with the man who was the orchestral granddaddy of the sound.For the younger group, listening to the Kenton arrangements might give you an insight to what inspired the Elgarts, Billy May/, Sauter/Finnegan et al. If you like the big band sound of today, he is worth spending the time.

  6. now that i found pandora, i spend more time on it than porn. lol jk jk but ti is cool & i thank u. THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX.

  7. Oh that DM Stith song is definitely one of my top tracks from 2008 – the whole album Heavy Ghost is incredible – super consistent and definitely worth picking up.

  8. Hey Guys,
    Saweeeeeeeeeeet!
    Just a note from a sixty something to say “THANKS”
    for the beautiful website.
    Loving the Temptations and Motown, Wilson Pickett and all, as well as, Traditional Country, Guy Clark and Lyle Lovett.
    THANKS! A MILLION.
    You have truly made a chronologically challenged man happy.
    Now, back to the fun.

  9. I love that Pandora still allows me to access all my favorite music while I am on a budget. Its been rough times lately and CD’s are one thing I had to cut back on. Pandora rocks!

  10. I opened a Pandora account, but I was just checking it out. Now it’s on my Blackberry and I love it. I listen every day and hook it up to speakers – sounds great. I never thought I would use my business phone for anything but…business..proved me wrong!

  11. I just got turned on to Pandora and WOW let me tell you this is like THE BEST radio I have ever listened to, and OMW it is just great!!!! Thanks!!!!

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