#1630: Wild Machines

Computers make life easier until they don’t, man.  As I slowly salvaged my digital music collection and battled an endless stream of nihilistic ants (they don’t care about food, they just wander around) I managed to throw together this set of slow funk, classic garage and ’70s rock, along with some new psych and soul for flavor.

A soundtrack in solidarity, pushing through the end of summer together.  Thanks for hanging in with me!

Full playlist below->

Entrance of the Devil (intro) – Zior

I’ll Take Care Of You – Margie Joseph
Pretty Brown Skin – Roy Ayers
Vuedo Nudo – Armondo Trovaioli
Erudite Eyes – Giles, Giles & Fripp
Ain’t Nothing But A House Party – The Tremeloes
Born To Boogie – T. Rex
Time To Start Loving You – The Mickey Finn
Meet Jacqueline – The Troggs
Sacrifice Of The Moon – Ultimate Spinach
I See You – Yes
Lovin’ You – Johnny “Guitar” Watson
Nobody Cares For Me – Lloyd Henriques
Cry Me A River – Aaron Neville
Clover – Gospel Machine
A Love Like Yours (Don’t Come Knockin’ Every Day) – Ike & Tina Turner
Lover, You Should Have Come Over – Jeff Buckley
Mirage Of The Mind – Alan Parker & Mike Moran
Search Your Heart – James Carr
Showdown – Electric Light Orchestra
Movie – Sundance
Made Up My Mind – Savoy Brown
30 Weight Blues – Tin House
Hell Cat – Scorpions
What’s Next To The Moon – AC/DC
Big Farmer Big Jesus – Evening Fires
Easy When You’re Down – The Most
Dream Machine – Sauterelles
I See You – Christian Bland & the Revelators
Just Another Day – Fairfield Parlor
Real Life Permanent Dream – Tomorrow
Wild Machines – Sleepy Sun
Everybody Needs Something – The Movements
Petit Sekou – Bembeya Jazz National
Into Your Cosmic – Black Pussy

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