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Vinyl Experience 128

Dead Heart Bloom: Someday Will Not Come Again
Foster The People: Pumped Up Kicks (instrumental)
Jack White: Love Interruption
Joe Walsh: Analog Man
Lucero: Sometimes
Elbow: Every Bit The Girl
Pains Of Being Pure At Heart: Heart In Your Heartbreak
Robbie Robertson: He Don't Live Here No More
Rome feat. Norah Jones: Black
The Shins: September
Two Door Cinema Club: Do You Want It All
Wilco: Art Of Almost
Paul McCartney/Wings: Mull Of Kintyre.

Today on the Vinyl Experience, summer's here and the time is right to spin some of today's best vinyl 'cause time flies whether you're having fun, or not.  I'm Paul Cavalconte and this is the Vinyl Experience.

Dead Heart Bloom: Someday Will Not Come Again
Foster The People: Pumped Up Kicks (instrumental)

Last summer's "feel good hit of the summer" stripped down....that vinyl only instrumental of Foster The People's "Pumped Up Kicks"  echos last year's expectations, and to begin, Dead Heart Bloom, with a song about managing expectations.  

Jack White--busiest man in music without a band ...but he's a one man band....and the vinyl experience's most active advocate.  Jack Went solo within the past year, but kept his musical direction on course...

Jack White: Love Interruption
Joe Walsh: Analog Man

Playing that new one by Joe Walsh for the analog man, Jack White. The Vinyl Experience with vinyl goods from the past year. Country rockers Lucero came back stronger than ever. Here's "Sometimes," on the Vinyl Experience.

Lucero: Sometimes
Elbow: Every Bit The Girl
Pains Of Being Pure At Heart: Heart In Your Heartbreak

The Vinyl Experience with Brooklynites Pains Of Being Pure At Heart: Heart In Your Heartbreak.  Also Elbow: Every Bit The Girl. Robbie Robertson broke the news about Levon Helm's terminal condition at this year's R&R H Of F induction ceremony.  A year earlier, he released a smart collection of personal new songs, and brought friends from Trent Reznor to Eric Clapton along for the ride. Here's Robbie Robertson: He Don't Live Here No More

Robbie Robertson: He Don't Live Here No More
Rome feat. Norah Jones: Black

Danger Mouse is an overachiever for the very best kind busy producing all sorts of music, along with his own projects like Broken Bells with James Mercer, and Rome, featuring Norah JOnes on "Black". Speaking of Mercer, The Shins latest offering features this song, serving as a reminder that summer will slip away faster than we can catch it.  Here's "September."

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