The Vermont songwriter sophomore album came out on 8th of February via Akira Records leaving us absolutely speechless and fascinated. The second track off Gloria Duplex is TheLarchWood’s Song of … Continue reading TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Henry Jamison – Boys
Drive back to The War on Drugs’ third studio album, Lost in the Dream, that came out on March 18, 2014. This indie rock, shoegaze and neo- psychedelia album is an absolute masterpiece carries legacy of 1980s rock, as well as Americana, with influences coming from Bruce Springsteen, Spacemen 3 and Neil Young & Crazy Horse. One of the five promotional singles and the 8th track of the album, Burning is the TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day getting 5 conifer cones out of 5 for the day. Listen Below.
Originally written and recorded by Clarence Carson Parks II in 1966, Frank Sinatra and Nancy Sinatra’s 1967 rendition is an absolute bliss to listen to. The track was issued in 1967 as a single and later appeared on Frank Sinatra’s 1967 album The World We Knew. Somethin’ Stupid is the TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day getting 5 conifer cones out of 5 for the day. Listen Below.
The rendition was recorded on February 1, 1967 and was arranged by Billy Strange.
Adopting Jean-Paul Charles Aymard Sartre‘s view on Jazz music, a representation of freedom and authenticity and what would be better than listening to Dave Brubeck on a fussy … Continue reading Jazz Music Week: TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Dave Brubeck – In Your Own Sweet Way
Thanks to 1996 self-titled forth studio album Richard D. James Album that was and still is way ahead of its time. Arguably the most important electronic artist’s woozy synth ballad off this album is a masterpiece comprising on a minimal (in terms of Aphex Twin’s music) construction of drum and percussion has been giving out the sensation of contemporary and runaway pop culture since its release and we are absolutely grateful for that. Fingerbib is the TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day getting 5 conifer cones out of 5 for the day. Listen below.
Took a train out to REVOLVER, The Beatles’ seventh studio album and stuck all the way in the 2nd track. Eleanor Rigby was a perfect example of modal interchange primarily written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon. The song was later covered by artists like Doodles Weaver, John Royce Mathis, Joan Baez, Richie Havens, Vanilla Fudge, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, Kim Weston, P.P. Arnold, Bobbie Gentry and many others. Lets take a moment to appreciate the masterpiece. Eleanor Rigby is the TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day getting 5 conifer cones out of 5 for the day.
Almost 40 years ago on November 18, 1978 Earth, Wind & Fire released September, rerecorded during the sessions for their ninth studio album I AM and September 21st hasn’t been the same since.
Keeping the love alive that changed the minds of pretenders and chased the clouds away on September 21st with Earth, Wind & Fire. Ba de ya, never was a cloudy day (: