Friday, September 3, 2010

More Michigan Music – Mixed Marvelously by Mr Sig

 

Culture – See All Culture

By Mr Sig

Another fine production, I suppose.  Just listen above and let me know what you think.  I have to say, looking up Michigan artists and discovering that some of my favorite songs have been recorded by Michigan folks is a refreshing experience.  It ranks up there as far as total “refreshingness” with taking a nice swim in Lake Superior.

I would like to stay out of jail or at least not get fined, so please consider supporting these artists and purchase their music.  I’m providing links below so you can purchase the mp3s at the Amazon music store.

I plan to do this again next weekend.  If you have some songs or artists that you have in mind, please let me know in the comments.  And, yes, once THE DOCTOR finishes our blog artwork, we will get this podcast in the iTunes directory.  In the meantime, you can go into iTunes, click ‘Advanced’ then click ‘Subscribe to Podcast.’  Enter the xml link into the box that pops up and hit ok.  That should automatically subscribe you and you will then be able to sync it with your iPod.

Alice Cooper – Lost in America

Al Green – Love and Happiness

Gladys Knight – Midnight Train to Georgia

John Lee Hooker – One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer

Wilson Pickett – Land of 1000 Dances

Unkle Kracker – Follow me

The Verve Pipe – The Freshmen

Iggy Pop – The Passenger  Link to Awesome YouTube Clip

I hope you enjoyed this week’s collection Michigan-based music.  I’m having a ton of fun with this and I hope that you are too.

1 comment:

  1. I just found this blog from the Free Press article, and when I saw that you were making podcasts of Michigan music, I knew one song would make a list. "The Freshmen" became popular when I was a freshman at Western. It would probably bring back some good memories now, but at the time I never wanted to hear that song again.

    I look forward to reading your blog. I live in Oregon, follow the Tigers religiously, and make it back to Michigan about twice a year. I've met a lot of ex-pats out here.

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