Phil’s Faves: Songs, September 6, 2020

This is a weekly Top Ten list of what I consider to be the best songs that I listened to the previous week. Most songs will be current, but there are no boundaries. I’ve already stated on this web site that I am obsessed with music. I am constantly hunting it down whether it’s online, on CD, from my personal collection, from a library (Yes, I think the library is a great source of music–especially for music that you aren’t sure about.), TV, or radio. Since most of these sources mostly emphasize new music, the odds are pretty good that most of the songs on this list will be new. But in my search, I don’t use any boundaries for the other sources. I am just looking for good music that I haven’t heard, or happened to forget about. Everyone, including myself, has forgotten way more great music than they can ever remember-even if they are also music fanatics.

Also, there will be no rules concerning songs on this list. A song can show up or drop off a number of times. This will be the most volatile of my lists. It all depends on how much music I am exposed to during the week and what I find interesting. On really obscure stuff, I will try to include the source, if I know it.

Most of the songs heard on this list have been played on my radio show, Prime Time Theme Attic,” currently on hiatus. (Monday nights 8PM-10PM ET)

(Here’s the link for when that day comes: http://rdo.fm/r/4qntu)

This list forms the basis of my countdown list on the “Top 9 at 9:09” segment of my “Prime Time Theme Attic Show” on mostly alternating weeks, along with my “Phil’s Faves, Albums” lists!

Here’s a link for the complete history of all the Fave Songs:

https://philmaq.com/phils-lists/phils-faves-songs/

If you like what you see, don’t forget to spread the word by hitting the “like” button on my Facebook page, Phil Maq !

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You get “just one clue” to guess who’s this week’#1! Mark Jewett with a lead pipe gets his second #1 Faves Song!!
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Top Ten Songs for the Week of September 6, 2020

1. Just One Clue—Mark Jewett (Love Has No Heart of Its Own)
2. Bottomless Heart—The Ragbirds (The Threshold and the Hearth)
3. Bluestring—Mick Clarke (Diggin’ Down)
4. Smartphone—The Bayonets (Crash Boom Bang!)
5. The Ride—Dave Solo (December 32)
6. Bad ReputationAngela Perley and The Howlin’ Moons (Hey Kid)
7. Whispers and MoansSugar Snow (Woodface Reimagined)
8. Stir Me Up—Sarah Morris (All Mine)
9. The FallGoodbye Motel (If)
10.Not About You—Joanna and The Jaywalkers (The Open Sea Before Me)
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One of the Greatest Songs Ever Recorded: ABC Boogie by Bill Haley and The Comets!!!

For as long as I’ve been on the radio, and definitely for as long as I’ve been writing a blog, I will occasionally make a reference to a song being “One of the Greatest Songs Ever Recorded!” (GSER)

I would usually follow that by saying that I would eventually start a category for it, but then never get around to it.

Well, now I’m getting around to it!

It will pretty much follow the pattern of The Most Awesomest Song of the Day.

I’ll select a song to celebrate and then give my thoughts about it. Nothing really brand new here that hasn’t been done before. But since I have a website, I can collect them and lay out what my own greatest songs are.

My radio show, “Prime Time Theme Attic,”  is on Monday nights 8PM-10PM ET but is on hiatus because of the pandemic.

Here’s the link for when the show returns: http://rdo.fm/r/4qntu )

Even though I always emphasize new music and artists, it’s always fun to take a short drive through the legendary artists, since they influenced those other artists!

But a song doesn’t have to be old or done by a legendary Theme Attic Hall of Fame member to be thus honored.

I can think of several songs that are only a few years old or less that I could identify as One of the Greatest Songs Ever Recorded.

On days that I spotlight a greatest song, it will take the place of The Most Awesomest Song of the Day.

This will be fun, and hopefully you will join me on my journey…at least sometimes!

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Every year I do a Back to School show.

I am always listening to music, and the challenge for an annual show, is to find a good mixture of songs I haven’t played before.

However, there are a few favorite tunes that find their way back on to the playlist.

“ABC Boogie” by Bill Haley and His Comets is one of those songs!

It’s difficult to resist the rockabilly innocence of a song by one of the early legends of Rock ‘n’ Roll, featuring a teacher from Basin street, that not only teaches standard subjects, but uses music to do it!

I love this song!!!!!!!!!!!

One of the Greatest Songs Ever Recorded is “ABC Boogie” by Bill Haley and His Comets!!!

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One of the Greatest Songs Ever Recorded: “Industrial Disease” by Dire Straits!!!

For as long as I’ve been on the radio, and definitely for as long as I’ve been writing a blog, I will occasionally make a reference to a song being “One of the Greatest Songs Ever Recorded!” (GSER)

I would usually follow that by saying that I would eventually start a category for it, but then never get around to it.

Well, now I’m getting around to it!

It will pretty much follow the pattern of The Most Awesomest Song of the Day.

I’ll select a song to celebrate and then give my thoughts about it. Nothing really brand new here that hasn’t been done before. But since I have a website, I can collect them and lay out what my own greatest songs are.

My radio show, “Prime Time Theme Attic,”  is on Monday nights 8PM-10PM ET but is on hiatus because of the pandemic.

Here’s the link for when the show returns: http://rdo.fm/r/4qntu )

Even though I always emphasize new music and artists, it’s always fun to take a short drive through the legendary artists, since they influenced those other artists!

But a song doesn’t have to be old or done by a legendary Theme Attic Hall of Fame member to be thus honored.

I can think of several songs that are only a few years old or less that I could identify as One of the Greatest Songs Ever Recorded.

On days that I spotlight a greatest song, it will take the place of The Most Awesomest Song of the Day.

This will be fun, and hopefully you will join me on my journey…at least sometimes!

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Here’s a song that I try to play on every Labor Day Show.

It’s one of my personal favorites that I’m really attached to!

When Dire Straits [Hall of Fame] released their “Love Over Gold” album in 1982 (Only five (5?!) songs!), the band had experienced some major successes, but hadn’t really developed that mass following that they would encounter when they released their next mega smash album, “Brothers in Arms!”

“Love Over Gold” was released when most of the First World Industrial countries were experiencing recessions. There was a lot of speculation that the best days were starting to show up in the rear view mirror for those countries.

Mark Knopfler, lead guitarist of Dire Straits, wrote some of his best lyrics for “Industrial Disease!”

The song doesn’t have a chorus except for the words “Industrial Disease,” a la “Paperback Writer” by The Beatles, but uses an amazingly catchy keyboard riff from Alan Clarke on organ and piano. Knopfler supplies some strategic noodling, accented by machine type sound effects!

“Industrial Disease” narrates a decaying factory world where both workers and machines are falling apart.

The workers suffer from several maladies that include “brewer’s droop” from drinking beer, to “Bette Davis knees!” (Music tidbit: Brewer’s Droop was the name of a band that Knopfler played in prior to Dire Straits!)

The listener gets pulled through economic discussions, media, and politics! There’s a protest singer that sounds a lot like Bob Dylan, and worker sabotage with a “spanner.” (A wrench)

Apparently, there’s also two doomsday religious preachers arguing with each other that includes some of my favorite lines in music:

“Two men say they’re Jesus/
One of them must be wrong!”

As the song reaches the end we find out that

 “Meanwhile, the first Jesus says ‘I’d cure it soon/
Abolish Monday mornings and Friday afternoons.’
The other one’s on a hunger strike he’s dying by degrees/
How come Jesus gets Industrial Disease?”

Amen to that!

I’ve chosen the lyric video because I find the vocal difficult to follow some times.

The lyrics are mostly correct.

I salute all laborers and the insanity of having to spend a life working in the system!

One of the Greatest Songs Ever Recorded: “Industrial Disease” by Dire Straits!!!

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The Most Awesomest Song of the Day: “Me Time” by Grant Maloy Smith!!!

Here’s a link to the complete list: https://philmaq.com/most-awesomest-songs/

I want to emphasize mostly, relatively newer music, just like on my Monday night show, “Prime Time Theme Attic.” (Monday nights 8PM-10PM ET when it returns.)

Here’s the link for when that day comes: http://rdo.fm/r/4qntu )

But I can promise this: I will not force my selections. If something doesn’t hit me, I won’t post one.

Everything I do has always been about shining a spotlight on the artist and their music.

Now I will have the potential to shine 365 more spotlights if I want to!

Please share the post to help spread the word!

Regardless of everything going on in the world that is way more important than my daily post, I will continue, nonetheless, in case someone is looking for a few minutes of respite.

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This is another selection that is self explanatory!

Philby Award winning singer/songwriter, Grant Maloy Smith, put out an incredible album with slice of life Americana songs, called, Dust Bowl!”  The songs captured real life historic situations from the tragic Plains era history.

However, there is one joyously happy song on the album!

Anybody who works for a living automatically knows what it is like to NOT have to go in to work.

Since working schedules vary in the labor market, an employee may not always get a weekend off. But whatever day or days you get off, is your downtime.

Grant brings that feeling to life in “Me Time,” where the fiddles dance and everything’s fine for awhile!

The Most Awesomest Song of the Day is “Me Time” by Grant Maloy Smith!!!

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One of the Greatest Songs Ever Recorded: “Workin’ For a Livin'” by Huey Lewis and The News!!!

For as long as I’ve been on the radio, and definitely for as long as I’ve been writing a blog, I will occasionally make a reference to a song being “One of the Greatest Songs Ever Recorded!” (GSER)

I would usually follow that by saying that I would eventually start a category for it, but then never get around to it.

Well, now I’m getting around to it!

It will pretty much follow the pattern of The Most Awesomest Song of the Day.

I’ll select a song to celebrate and then give my thoughts about it. Nothing really brand new here that hasn’t been done before. But since I have a website, I can collect them and lay out what my own greatest songs are.

My radio show, “Prime Time Theme Attic,”  is on Monday nights 8PM-10PM ET but is on hiatus because of the pandemic.

Here’s the link for when the show returns: http://rdo.fm/r/4qntu )

Even though I always emphasize new music and artists, it’s always fun to take a short drive through the legendary artists, since they influenced those other artists!

But a song doesn’t have to be old or done by a legendary Theme Attic Hall of Fame member to be thus honored.

I can think of several songs that are only a few years old or less that I could identify as One of the Greatest Songs Ever Recorded.

On days that I spotlight a greatest song, it will take the place of The Most Awesomest Song of the Day.

This will be fun, and hopefully you will join me on my journey…at least sometimes!

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Some songs don’t need a lengthy description!

If Labor Day Weekend ever needed an anthem, “Workin’ for a Livin” by Huey Lewis and The News off of their “Picture This” album, would be near the top of the list, if not the outright #1 choice!

“Workin'” is a tight, hard drivin’ blues rocker that was pretty much where the band was at the time. They were striving to get their big break, but hadn’t been very successful. However, all of that effort was building up a  performance street cred that they could hang with anyone live!

Huey‘s rough vocal and smokin’ harp solo are the perfect fit for a song that salutes as many trades as they could fit in–including a shout out to the often neglected “ladies of the night!” 😉

This song was always a staple on my Labor Day Show!

The video is a pleasant flashback, too! The band looks like it truly was their “salad days” by how skinny they were!

One of the Greatest Songs Ever Recorded is “Workin’ for a Livin'” by Huey Lewis and The News!!!

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The Most Awesomest Song of the Day: ‘The Ride” by Dave Solo!!!

Here’s a link to the complete list: https://philmaq.com/most-awesomest-songs/

I want to emphasize mostly, relatively newer music, just like on my Monday night show, “Prime Time Theme Attic.” (Monday nights 8PM-10PM ET when it returns.)

Here’s the link for when that day comes: http://rdo.fm/r/4qntu )

But I can promise this: I will not force my selections. If something doesn’t hit me, I won’t post one.

Everything I do has always been about shining a spotlight on the artist and their music.

Now I will have the potential to shine 365 more spotlights if I want to!

Please share the post to help spread the word!

Regardless of everything going on in the world that is way more important than my daily post, I will continue, nonetheless, in case someone is looking for a few minutes of respite.

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How ’bout some Friday Music Fun?

It’s the last Summer Holiday of the year,  the weather looks like it will mostly cooperate, so it might be time to take the bike out for a ride!

Philby Award winner Dave Solo, has the perfect cycle song, “The Ride” from his December 32nd,” album because, well, it’s about him riding his bike!

But it’s more than that because Dave is thinking about the time he might not be able to ride anymore. He intends to savor every moment of the ones he has left!

“The Ride” sounds like something you might find as a bonus track on a re release by The Who!

Dave is assisted by some great Donn Deniston drumming that keeps things rock ‘n’ rollin, and some Mike Gentry guitar magic as he steps up his role as a participating producer!

The song is also currently on my weekly Faves List!

The Most Awesomest Song of the Day is “The Ride” by Dave Solo!!!

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Phil’s Faves: Albums, August 30, 2020

Over time, my listening habits have changed and at the moment I usually listen to albums completely through. I haven’t done that in years, but it’s actually very rewarding—particularly when the album is good. Every album that will be on this list will fit that category.

Songs from the albums on this list forms the basis of my countdown list for the “Top 9 at 9:09” segment of my “Prime Time Theme Attic Show,” (Monday nights 8PM-10PM ET when it returns.)

(Here’s the link for when that day comes: http://rdo.fm/r/4qntu)) on mostly alternating weeks, along with my “Phil’s Faves, Songs” lists!

It’s another peak into my listening habits—which is a goal of mine. If you want to know where I’m heading or what I think about some new music, you will find it here.

I honestly don’t expect there to be much volatility on this list because these albums are what I have been basing many of the sets on my show.

Once again, there will be no boundaries. I will go wherever my musical muse takes me.

Here’s the link to the complete list of Fave Albums: https://philmaq.com/phils-lists/phils-faves-albums/

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Altameda and #1 hasn’t changed for a second week!!
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Top 10 Albums for the Week of August 30, 2020

1. Time Hasn’t Changed You—Altameda
2. Earn Every Scar—The Steve Taylor 3
3. In Time—Rochelle Clark
4. The Ballad of Billy Bob and Other Generic American Folklore—Barker and Broski
5. Echoes: Remembering the Music of Tom Petty—Various Artists
6. We Get By—Mavis Staples [Hall of Fame]
7. Prophetstown—The Joedai Warriors
8. Toward Home—Ellie Zwart
9. In Memory—The Cordial Sins
10.LovelyThe Transparent Tones
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The Most Awesomest Song of the Day: “Follow the Moon” by Vicky Emerson!!!

Here’s a link to the complete list: https://philmaq.com/most-awesomest-songs/

I want to emphasize mostly, relatively newer music, just like on my Monday night show, “Prime Time Theme Attic.” (Monday nights 8PM-10PM ET when it returns.)

Here’s the link for when that day comes: http://rdo.fm/r/4qntu )

But I can promise this: I will not force my selections. If something doesn’t hit me, I won’t post one.

Everything I do has always been about shining a spotlight on the artist and their music.

Now I will have the potential to shine 365 more spotlights if I want to!

Please share the post to help spread the word!

Regardless of everything going on in the world that is way more important than my daily post, I will continue, nonetheless, in case someone is looking for a few minutes of respite.

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I had to pick “Follow the Moon” as one of my “Moon Tunes!”

It’s so happy!

Vicky Wallace has plenty of good songs to choose from on her Philby Award winning album, Wake Me When the Wind Dies Down.” 

In fact, this is the second pick from the album for The Most Awesomest Song of the Day!

The two songs demonstrate the depth of some her talent since one is a weeper and today’s a flat out toe tapper!

Sounding like a song that a young person might sing to themselves walking home from their friend’s house, “Follow the Moon’s” lyrics contain a relationship between the singer and the heavenly sphere!

The moon gets rid of the shadows and gives her a light to follow!

It’s a great bluegrass arrangement with hot fiddle and dobro, catchy melody, and nice harmonies!

It’s a very sweet song!

The Most Awesomest Song of the Day is “Follow the Moon” by Vicky Wallace!!!

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Phil’s Faves: Songs, August 30, 2020

This is a weekly Top Ten list of what I consider to be the best songs that I listened to the previous week. Most songs will be current, but there are no boundaries. I’ve already stated on this web site that I am obsessed with music. I am constantly hunting it down whether it’s online, on CD, from my personal collection, from a library (Yes, I think the library is a great source of music–especially for music that you aren’t sure about.), TV, or radio. Since most of these sources mostly emphasize new music, the odds are pretty good that most of the songs on this list will be new. But in my search, I don’t use any boundaries for the other sources. I am just looking for good music that I haven’t heard, or happened to forget about. Everyone, including myself, has forgotten way more great music than they can ever remember-even if they are also music fanatics.

Also, there will be no rules concerning songs on this list. A song can show up or drop off a number of times. This will be the most volatile of my lists. It all depends on how much music I am exposed to during the week and what I find interesting. On really obscure stuff, I will try to include the source, if I know it.

Most of the songs heard on this list have been played on my radio show, Prime Time Theme Attic,” currently on hiatus. (Monday nights 8PM-10PM ET)

(Here’s the link for when that day comes: http://rdo.fm/r/4qntu)

This list forms the basis of my countdown list on the “Top 9 at 9:09” segment of my “Prime Time Theme Attic Show” on mostly alternating weeks, along with my “Phil’s Faves, Albums” lists!

Here’s a link for the complete history of all the Fave Songs:

https://philmaq.com/phils-lists/phils-faves-songs/

If you like what you see, don’t forget to spread the word by hitting the “like” button on my Facebook page, Phil Maq !

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The Bayonets “smartly” stay on top for another week!!
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Top Ten Songs for the Week of August 30, 2020

1. Smartphone—The Bayonets (Crash Boom Bang!)
2. Bottomless Heart—The Ragbirds (The Threshold and the Hearth)
3. Just One Clue—Mark Jewett (Love Has No Heart of Its Own)
4. Bluestring—Mick Clarke (Diggin’ Down)
5. The Ride—Dave Solo (December 32nd)
6. Whispers and Moans—Sugar Snow (Woodface Reimagined)
7. Bad Reputation—Angela Perley and The Howlin’ Moons (Hey Kid)
8. The Fall—Goodbye Motel (If)
9. Stir Me Up—Sarah Morris (All Mine)
10.Same Old 45Sarah Borges and The Broken Singles (Silver City)
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The Most Awesomest Song of the Day: “Last Days” by Amy Soucy!!!

Here’s a link to the complete list: https://philmaq.com/most-awesomest-songs/

I want to emphasize mostly, relatively newer music, just like on my Monday night show, “Prime Time Theme Attic.” (Monday nights 8PM-10PM ET when it returns.)

Here’s the link for when that day comes: http://rdo.fm/r/4qntu )

But I can promise this: I will not force my selections. If something doesn’t hit me, I won’t post one.

Everything I do has always been about shining a spotlight on the artist and their music.

Now I will have the potential to shine 365 more spotlights if I want to!

Please share the post to help spread the word!

Regardless of everything going on in the world that is way more important than my daily post, I will continue, nonetheless, in case someone is looking for a few minutes of respite.

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I love Amy Soucy‘s voice!

It’s clear, vibrant, and powerful!

Today’s pick, “Last Days,” is from her Philby Award winning album, This River!”

It’s a song that wasn’t written about the pandemic, but the lyrics certainly apply.

Are these our “last days?”

I don’t yet think so, but she lays it out that “we could be children in the garden!” 

The world has so much to offer and we could all enjoy it, if we all got along and didn’t waste resources on things like war.

And then Amy questions our legacy to following generations: What will we leave them?

I actually know people who have told me that they don’t care about what kind of world will be left because they don’t have kids and they’re not going to be here.

What a selfish attitude and a waste of heavenly gifts, as they attend church weekly!

We are all connected to each other in various ways whether we want to admit it or not.

But back to the song.

The song has big folky chords that can be strummed strongly and sung loudly!

Good melody. Nice arrangement. It has a message…and there’s that voice!

The Most Awesomest Song of the Day is “Last Days” by Amy Soucy!!!

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