Sunday, May 27

Harlem Shakes On WOXY

Been a while since I checked out The Lounge over at WOXY.

Most recently, Harlem Shakes played some tracks from their Burning Birthdays EP plus three new tracks that are presently untitled. Dig it!

Downloadables:
"The Harlem Shakes on WOXY" (mp3)
"Red Right Hands" (insound mp3)

Myspace page is here.
Emusic page is here.

Elsewhere:
- The Runout Groove thinks you should totally listen to over THE hill... here.
- Audiversity has posted quite possibly the best damn work song ever (it's "Pick a Bale of Cotton" by Leadbelly)... here.
- Aural Fitness has more "Guns Of Brixton" than you'll know what to do with... here.
- Timedoor helps you prepared for Control... here.

The Harlem Shakes On WOXY

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Stu said...

If you liked the "Guns of Brixton" post, you should check out the previous post - "30+ Years of 'Don't Think Twice (It's Alright)'."

-Stu - www.auralfitness.com

5/27/2007 10:18 AM  
Blogger pmmasterson said...

I'm glad you dug the song. Check out some field hollers too, there aren't many out there but it's the same idea and all are from before the Civil War. Really cool stuff.

That particular Leadbelly song can be found most recently on 2006's "Good Mornin' Blues" which is out on Living Era. You can find it on pretty much any good Leadbelly compilation, though.

5/29/2007 10:45 AM  

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