#504 – December 18, 2013 Playlist

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Wednesday, December 18, 2013

The 113 Best Recordings of 2013
(Part 3 of 4)

Wednesday MidDay Medley presents part-three, of our four-week special: The 113 Best Recordings of 2013. Based on the playlists of Wednesday MidDay Medley, we’ll feature representative tracks from our favorite recordings. In 2013 we’ve played over 1000 songs, and hundreds of New & Local Releases. We’ve presented dozens of LIVE in-studio performances from area performers, and we’ve interviewed over 200 local and national guests. 62% of the recordings on our “Best of” list were locally produced. It’s all good!

1. (54.) Arcade Fire – “Flashbulb Eyes”
from: Reflector / Merge / October 28, 2013
[From wikipedia: 4th studio album from Montreal based band. Reflektor was co-produced by former LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy, regular Arcade Fire producer Markus Dravs, and the band itself. Influenced by Haitian rara music, the 1959 film Black Orpheus and Søren Kierkegaard’s essay, “The Present Age”, Reflektor’s release was preceded by a guerrilla marketing campaign inspired by veve drawings, and the release of a limited edition single, “Reflektor”, credited to the fictional band, The Reflektors, on September 9, 2013. The song features guest vocals by David Bowie. The album’s origins stem from a trip that both vocalist and guitarist Win Butler and multi-instrumentalist Régine Chassagne took to her family’s home country of Haiti. Butler noted, “Going to Haiti for the first time with Regine was the beginning of a major change in the way that I thought about the world. Usually, I think you have most of your musical influences locked down by the time you’re 16. There was a band I [feel] changed me musically, just really opened me up to this huge, vast amount of culture and influence I hadn’t been exposed to before, which was really life-changing.” Inspired by the country’s rara music, Butler and Chassagne incorporated elements of this sound into the band’s new material, alongside Jamaican influences. Butler stated, “I mean, it’s not like our band trying to play Haitian music. I just felt like we were opened up to a new influence. Bob Marley probably felt the same way the first time he heard Curtis Mayfield.”]

2. (53.) Beautiful Bodies – “Invincible” [Radio Edit]
from: Battles [EP] / Independent / July 20, 2013
[Indie/rock band from Kansas City that mixes elements of punk, dance, new wave, and rock. Fronted by the magnetic – and at times, mischievous – Alicia Solombrino on VOCALS; Thomas Becker on GUITAR & BACKUP VOX; Luis Arana on BASS; Aaron Crawford on DRUMS. The band has received comparisons to Blondie, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the Runaways and Metric. More info at thebeautifulbodies.com]

3. (52.) Erik Voeks – “Dark Angel of Delmar”
from: Finulu [EP] / Independent / April 29, 2013
[Written by Erik Voeks. Produced by Patrick Hawley & Erik Voeks., Mixed & mastered by Adam Schmitt, Drums, piano, pump organ: Patrick Hawley, Steel guitar: Mike Stover, Trumpet: Ryan Oldham, Handclaps: Coleen Voeks & Mary Hawley, Field recordings: Coleen Voeks. Everything else recorded at Sandusky Sound Co. by EV.]

[In 2013 Erik Voeks toured Spain, where he is a big deal, toured the NYC area with The Depth & The Whisper, and won a Pitch Music Award for Best Male Singer-Songwriter.]

4. (51.) Boards of Canada – “Sick Times”
from: Tomorrow’s Harvest / Warp Records / June 10, 2013
[4th studio album by the Scottish electronic music duo. Band members Mike Sandison and Marcus Eoin began composing and recording the album following the release of The Campfire Headphase (2005) and the expansion of their studio at Hexagon Sun near Pentland Hills. The duo continued recording intermittently until late 2012, when large parts of the album were recorded. Influenced by film soundtracks from the 1970s, Tomorrow’s Harvest features a more downtempo form of ambient music, similar to Boards of Canada’s earlier releases. Tomorrow’s Harvest was the first new music released by Boards of Canada in seven years, since Trans Canada Highway (2006).]

10:15

5. (50.) Marva Whitney – “Daddy Don’t Know About Sugar Bear”
from: Eccentric Soul: The Forte Label / Numero Group – Cleanteen Records / Sept. 3, 2013
[Born Marva Ann Manning, May 1, 1944 in Kansas City, Kansas. Whitney’s performing career started as early as three years old while touring with her family’s gospel group, the Manning Gospel Singers. In 1960, when she was 16, she joined a Kansas gospel group, the Alma Whitney Singers, and ended up marrying Harry Whitney, the brother-in-law of the group’s leader. Ever since, she has gone by her married name, Marva Whitney. Marva Whitney is well known as a funk vocalist. Singing with James Brown in the late 1960s, she was able to make a name for herself with powerful songs like “I’m Tired, I’m Tired, I’m Tired (Things Better Change Before Its Too Late)” and “If You Don’t Work (You Can’t Eat).” Her recording of “It’s My Thing (You Can’t Tell Me Who to Sock It To)” reached the R&B Top 20. Her song “Unwind Yourself” has been sampled numerous times, most recognisably by DJ Mark the 45 King on his 1987 track “The 900 Number”, which was then sampled by DJ Chad Jackson on his 1990 hit single “Hear the Drummer (Get Wicked)” (UK #3 in July 1990), by DJ Kool on his 1996 hit “Let Me Clear My Throat” (UK #6 in March 1997), Sway on his 2009 track Mercedes Benz and Mac Miller on his 2011 track Party On Fifth Ave. In 2006, Marva Whitney collaborated with German born DJ/collector/manager DJ Pari and Japanese funk orchestra Osaka Monaurail to produce a new single, “I Am What I Am”. Osaka Monaurail style themselves on the James Brown sound and the single was produced in the fashion of an authentic release of the recordings she produced with Brown in 1969. Two successful tours of Japan and a full length album release followed, also entitled “I Am What I Am”. In 2007, 2008 and 2009, the tour was also brought to Europe. In December 2009, Whitney collapsed on stage in front of thousands of fans in Lorne, Australia, while performing with The Transatlantics at Falls Festival. She was immediately rushed to Geelong Hospital, where doctors diagnosed a stroke. The remaining dates of her tour had to be canceled, but Whitney made a recovery and performed again in 2010. In December 2012, Whitney died from complications of pneumonia at her home. She was 68.]

6. (49.) Claire and the Crowded Stage – “Technicolor”
from: Technicolor [EP] / Independent / January 5, 2013
+ Night Side of Day [EP] / Independent / July 20, 2013
[All songs by Claire Adams. All arrangements by The Crowded Stage: Katy Guillen, Katelyn Boone,, Brent Jamison, Peter Lawless, Stephanie Williams, Jerod Rivers and Teri Quinn. Tecnicolor was Recorded in Kansas City by Jerod Rivers, Peter Lawless, Claire Adams and Brent Jamison, mixed by Claire Adams
mastered by Duane Trower at Weights+Measures soundlab.]

[Claire & the Crowded Stage are Stretching out for the Early Show…Saturday, January 11, 6:00pm to 8:30pm at Coda, 1744 Broadway]

7. (48.) Gemini Revolution – “Floating Thoughts Under Dark Clouds”
from: My Mind Has Wings [EP] / Upstairs Recordings / November 1, 2013
[Gemini Revolution is: Dedric Moore, Delaney Moore, Mika Tayana. They were asked to perform at last year’s Pop Montreal Festival. Upstairs Recordings of Vancouver, Canada, released their self titled, full length debut to coincide with the festival.]

8. (47.) Metatone – “Dark Empress”
from: Metatone / Independent / May 14, 2013
[Recorded & mixed by Metatone 2012-2013. Written by J. Ashley Miller & Metatone. J. Ashley Miller: Vocals, Guitar; Gary Miller: Percussion, Harmonica, Vocals; Jon Kraft: Drums; Rabbit Killer: Mr. Squeaky; Abbi Miler: Vocals; Hank Eddins: Bass; Rhys Ziemba: Guitar; Iko: Vocals, Hype. More info at metatone.bandcamp.com]

10:30 – Underwriting

10:32

9. (46.) Hidden Pictures – “Where Does The Story Go”
from: Where Does The Story Go [EP] / Golden Sound Records / October 14, 2013
+ Sister Wife [EP] / Golden Sound Records / June 4, 2013
[Richard Gintowt wrote the songs and sang lead vocals and played guitar. Claire Adams sang back up. Nate Holt played keyboard. Jeff Freling played guitar. Lennon Bone played drums on “Moving Out.” Cameron Hawk played drums on “Where Does the Story Go?” and “Second Shadow.” Corey Vitt played bass on tracks one and three. Kyle Akers played bass on track two. Wayne Hutcherson sang high harmony on the chorus of “Moving Out” with Leslie Waggoner. Paul Malinowski tracked drums and bass at Massive Sound Studios. Joel Nanos mixed it at Element Studios. Doug Van Sloan mastered it at Focus Mastering Omaha. Patrick Giroux designed the cover.]

[Hidden Pictures play a special Homecoming Show, TONIGHT, at 10:00pm at Replay Lounge, 946 Massachusetts St., Lawrence, Kansas. Richard is back from San Francisco for the week so a show was wrangled up.]

10. (45.) Maria Taylor – “You’ve Got A Way with the Light”
from: Something About Knowing / Saddle Creek Records / October 29, 2013
[Azure Ray’s Maria Taylor returns with her 5th solo. Recorded with Mike Mogis and Andy LeMaster.]

11. (44.) John L. Keck – “Die With Me”
from: Jack Moon Sessions / Independent / Nov. 9, 2013
[Two years ago while John was visiting the famous Sun Studios in Memphis, TN where Presley, Cash, Howlin’ Wolf, Jerry Lee Lewis, and so many others have recorded John decided to produce a single at the legendary studio and a session being booked. He originally only booked 2 hours thinking that would be plenty of time to get several takes of “Die with Me”, his most recent song. 2 hours turned into 4, and 8 tracks were recorded with 3 takes of each song. This “live” album was brought back to KC and discussed with Brent Jamison & Chappy Felkins of Dreamwolfanimalbear Productions, with the intention of adding more instrumentation to it, to bring out a full band sound that John had planned for most of the songs. John’s friends Betse Ellis; Elaine McMillan; Megan Zander & Chris Taddy of Dream Wolf; Clint Hoffmeier of Ned Ludd and Vehicle; and Hume Man were asked to sit in on the Chappy Road sessions and create the sound John was hearing in his head.]

12. (41) Olassa – “Where Will I Live”
from: I Love You Come Back To Me / Indep. / Jan. 26, 2013
[Indie Folk from Lawrence, KS. Allison Olassa Guitar, Accordion, Organ & Vocals; Cain Robberson on guitar & vocals; and Tyler Bachert on drums.]

[Olassa play the recordBar, 1020 Westport Rd. Friday, Dec. 20, at 10:00 with Akkilles, and Paper Bird.]

10:45

13. (42.) David Burchfield and The Great Stop – “Sun Came Up”
from: Perseids / Independent / August 10, 2013
[Produced, engineered, mixed and master by Mike Crawford at the Impossible Box in Kansas City, with David Burchfield on vocals & guitar; Leslie Hammer on banjo, fiddle and viola; Seth Jenkins on upright bass, Jeff Larison on pedal steel and dobro; Andy Michael on piano and accordian; and Devon Russell on vocals, choir.]

[David Burchfield and the Great Stop regroup while David is home for the holidays playing a special show, Sat, Dec. 21, at 8:00pm, The Brick – 1727 McGee, with Attic Wolves and Devon Russell.]

14. (41.) Madisen Ward & the Mama Bear – “Whole Lotta Problems”
from: We Burned The Cane Field / Independent / October 6, 2012
[Singer songwriter, Madisen Ward graduated from William Chrisman High School in Independence, Missouri in 2007. He plays live and records with his Mother, Ruth WardMama Bear, both on guitar, with Mama Bear harmonizing with her son. Their debut EP was recorded in Kansas City’s Element Recording by Joel Nanos.]

15. (40.) Summer Osborne – “Grace”
from: As I Am / Summer Osborne / June 30, 2013
[St. Louis based singer songwriter has been performing on stage since the age of four. She has been performing her original music since 2005, releasing 8 full-length albums and an EP. Since 2009, Summer has been constantly on tour playing Pridefests in St. Louis, Vancouver, Columbia, Memphis, Springfield, Lexington, Belleville. Summer is a champion of the KC HRC Battle of The Babes – Acoustic Stage. Summer has shared the stage with The Indigo Girls, God-Des and She, Tiffany, Jen Foster, Sugarbeach, The Cliks, Crystal Waters, Betty, Martha Wash, RJ Helton, Jennifer Holliday, Kimberley Locke, Tret Fure, and Shannon Curtis.]

[Summer Osborne plays the Uptown Arts Bar, 3611 Broadway, TONIGHT! The Show starts at 7:00 pm with Roem Baur, The Welcome Matt, and KC Turner, three musicians from San Francisco.]

11:00 – Station ID

16. (39.) The Clementines – “Bayou”
from: The Clementines / Independent / June 1, 2013
[The Clementines as a duo Tim Jenkins & Nicole Springer played LIVE on our April 25, 2012 Wednesday MidDay Medley. Since then they’ve added Stephanie Williams on Drums, and Travis Earndshaw on Bass. Nicole Springer grew up in Oak Grove, MO, and graduated H.S. in 2004. She studied Music-Vocal/Choral at Missouri State University, in Springfield, MO, and studied Special Education with Music at Metropolitan MO CC, in KCMO. Nicole told The Pitch (Jan. 10, 2012 article): “I grew up singing in gospel choirs,” she says. “And I still love gospel music, though I’m not religious or anything. I did musicals throughout high school, and I went to school for a year at Missouri State for music education. But I’ve never been in a committed band before this one.”]

[The Clementines play KC Uncovered III – Shine A Light, A Tribute to the Music of Abigail Henderson, Saturday, December 21, at the recordBar, at 8:00pm, also featuring: Sister Mary Rotten Crotch, Not A Planet, The Vi Tran Band, and The Oil Lamps (Featuring Bill Sundahl, Mike Meyers, Mike Alexander, Steven Michael Tulipana, Scott Easterday, Howard Iceberg, John Velghe, Amy Farrand and others). These five bands perform the songs of Abigail Henderson! 100% of the proceeds go to Midwest Music Foundation, the not-for-profit organization Abigail and friends formed to support area musicians and their emergency health care needs. ALSO, Voting starts at midnight for the 10-day voting period for Boulevard Brewing Company’s KC Pils campaign to benefit Midwest Music Foundation. You can vote each day – one vote per day, per IP address! You can help support the not-for-profit, volunteer organization that supports local musicians! More info at http://www.voteformmf.com.]

17. (38.) The Conquerors – “Our Time”
from: The Conquerors / Independent / February 26, 2013
[First album by KC based Psychedelic – Psychotropic Rock and Roll from: Rory Cameron on Guitar/Vocals, Christian O’Reilly on Bass/Vocals, Jim Button on Drums, Vince Lawhon on Guitar/Vocals, Mikee Pruitt on Drums/Banjo/Vocals. Recorded live by: Willy Christie, Mixed by: Vincent Lawhon, Mastered by: David Gaume at Element Studios.]

18. (37.) Josh Berwanger – “Baby Loses Her Mind”
from: Strange Stains / Good Land Records / October 1, 2013
[From Berwangermusic.com: “Josh Berwanger could easily be considered a veteran of the rock and roll wars. He first made a name for himself as a member of The Anniversary, a seminal Kansas band that released two glorious albums (2000’s Designing a Nervous Breakdown and 2002’s Your Majesty) and selling over 100,000 records before imploding in a breakup of Fleetwood Mac-style proportions while attempting to tour Japan. Undeterred, Berwanger put together a new band—a country-rock outfit called The Only Children–and would go on to release two criminally underrated records (2004’s Change of Living and 2007’s Keeper of Youth) before pulling the plug on that project and taking a job doing the next most logical thing possible– coaching high school basketball in Lawrence, Kansas. For the recording of Strange Stains, Berwanger joined forces with old pal (and original drummer for The Anniversary) Michael Hutcherson, who brought not only brought the rhythm to the record, but a wonderful familiarity as well. “Josh and I met in 1996 while playing in local Kansas City pop punk bands,” recalls Hutcherson, “I am honored to be making music with Josh again. For all that’s changed in our lives over the years, we’ve still got a symbiotic musical relationship. No questions, no egos, just rock and roll. The new also features additional playing from The Breeders’ Jim Macpherson.”]

[Josh Berwanger plays miniBar, 3810 Broadway, Friday, December 20, at 10;00 pm, with The Belles.]

19. (36.) La Guerre – “Lake Ontario”
from: The Three [EP] / The Record Machine / May 7, 2013
Violent (7-song EP) / The Record Machine / Aug. 20, 2013
[Katlyn Conroy is a singer songwriter based in Lawrence, KS and is a member of, Cowboy Indian Bear. La Guerre is the French for “war.”]

[In 2013 La Guerre won a Pitch Music Award for Best Female Singer-Songwriter.]

11:16

20. (35.) The Holydrug Couple – “Willoweed”
from: Noctuary / Sacred Bones Records / Jan. 22, 2013
[Devotional dream pop, neo psychedelia from Chile. All songs written, recorded and produced by Ives Sepulveda. Vocals, guitars, bass guitar, keys, noises, percussion and drums performed by Ives Sepulveda. Drums performed by Manuel Parra. Recorded at From the bed in Santiago, Chile between july and october of 2012. The Holydrug Couple are a part of the burgeoning psychedelic rock scene rising out of Chile. Based in Santiago, members Ives Sepúlveda and Manuel Parra met while “jamming” together.]

21. (34.) Cass McCombs – “There Can Be Only One”
from: Big Wheels and Others / Domino Recording Co. / October 14, 2013
[Born in Concord, California in 1977. Famed DJ John Peel called his music “unobtrusively brilliant.” Cass McCombs has received widespread critical acclaim. He has led a nomadic existence for most of his adult life, moving from one city to the next, living in cars, on couches and at campsites. McCombs spent time developing his music bouncing between New York City, San Francisco, the Pacific Northwest, England and Baltimore. McCombs has stated that his tombstone will read “Home At Last.”]

22. (33.) Of Montreal – “Fugitive Air”
from: Lousey With Sylvianbriar / Polyvinyl / October 8, 2013
[Athens, Georgia based rock band, founded by frontman Kevin Barnes in 1996, named after a failed romance with a woman “of Montreal.” The band is one of the bands of the Elephant 6 collective. Of Montreal’s musical style has evolved from vaudeville and Beatles-influenced psychedelic twee pop to a mixture of electronica, funk, glam, and afrobeat music influenced by Prince and David Bowie. Lousy with Sylvianbriar is the band’s twelfth studio album.]

11:27 – Underwriting

11:29

23. (32.) Crocodiles – “I Like It In The Dark”
from: Crimes of Passion / Frenchkiss / Aug 20, 2013
[4th studio album by indie pop band from San Diego. Formed in 2008 by Brandon Welchez and Charles Rowell after the break-up of their former punk bands Some Girls and The Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower. Brandon Welches also played in an early incarnation of Dum Dum Girls and he is married to frontwoman Dee Dee Penny. The album was produced by Sune Rose Wagner of The Raveonettes in LA. Guests on the album include Gregg Foreman of Delta 72 and Cat Power, soul singer Afrodyete of Breakestra as well as Welchez’ brother, jazz musician Josh Welchez.]

[In Sept. 2010, Crocodiles released an instrumental song, “Kill Joe Arpaio”, referencing the controversial anti-immigrant Sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona. Arpaio heard the song and responded using twitter, “Msg for the San Diego band ‘Alligators’ who wrote new song called ‘Kill Joe Arpaio’: BITE ME,”. Arpaio also referenced the song during an appearance on Phoenix TV channel KPHO, saying “I’m a little concerned about the music, where kids can get this type of music. I think it sends a bad message. I understand freedom of speech, but there has to be a line of threatening a law enforcement official.” Crocodiles responded via Spin Magazine saying “Maybe if the song was called ‘I’m Gonna Kill Joe Arpaio,’ he’d have a case but what we are attacking is the attitudes and policies he represents. In reality, we’re keeping our fingers crossed that his much-deserved heart attack comes soon; the world can always use one less racist.” ]

24. (31.) Red Kate – “Union Voice (Radio Edit)”
from: When the troubles come (Vinyl) / Replay Records USA / August 23, 2013
[In the review of the debut EP, The Pitch wrote, “Bassist and lead vocalist L. Ron Drunkard, (aka Shaun Saving) is a socialist activist by day, bellows like an Appalachian Roger Daltrey.” Andrew Whelan – Drums/Vocals, Brad Huhmann – Guitar, Desmond Poirier – guitar/vocals]

25. (30.) Rev Gusto – “Click Click”
From: Rev Gusto [EP] / Catapult / January 5, 2012
[Jerry Frederick on Vocals & Guitar, Sam Frederick on Bass, Shaun Crowley on Guitar, Peter Beatty on guitar Quinn Hernandez on Drums, Rev Gusto just released their first self-titled EP recorded at Element Recording.]

26. (29.) She’s A Keeper – “Plattsburg”
from: Sterlin / Independent / Dec. 11, 2013
[5-piece band from KC, includes: Fritz Hutchison – vocals, banjo, percussion; Zac Jurden – vocals, guitar; Colin Nelson – vocals, guitar; Elliott Phillips – bass, mandolin; Kate Sopcich – cello, keyboard. The song is named after the place in Missouri.]

[In 2013 She’s A Keeper won a Pitch Music Award for Best Emerging Band.]

11:45

27. (28.) Not A Planet – “Kingdom Come”
from: The Few, The Proud, The Strange / Independent / May 10, 2013
[Kansas City based Rock and Roll trio formed in 2010. Nathan Corsi, Liam Sumnicht, Bill Sturges.]

[Not A Planet play KC Uncovered III – Shine A Light, A Tribute to the Music of Abigail Henderson, Saturday, December 21, at the recordBar, at 8:00pm, also featuring: Sister Mary Rotten Crotch, The Clementines, The Vi Tran Band, and The Oil Lamps (Featuring Bill Sundahl, Mike Meyers, Mike Alexander, Steven Michael Tulipana, Scott Easterday, Howard Iceberg, John Velghe, Amy Farrand and others). These five bands perform the songs of Abigail Henderson! 100% of the proceeds go to Midwest Music Foundation, the not-for-profit organization Abigail and friends formed to support area musicians and their emergency health care needs. ALSO, Voting starts at midnight for the 10-day voting period for Boulevard Brewing Company’s KC Pils campaign to benefit Midwest Music Foundation. You can vote each day – one vote per day, per IP address! You can help support the not-for-profit, volunteer organization that supports local musicians! More info at http://www.voteformmf.com.]

[In 2013 Not A Planet won a Pitch Music Award for Best Rock Band.]

28. (27.) David Bowie – “Where Are We Now?”
from: The Next Day / ISO – Columbia / Expected March 12, 2013
[We were all surprised to hear the single Bowie released on his birthday, Jan. 8. His 1st new music in 10 years. In the works for over 2 years, Bowie is collaborating w/ longtime producer Tony Visconti who told the BBC that they worked on the new album at a very slow pace. “We never spent more than two to three weeks at a time recording,” Visconti said. “And then we’d take off as much as two months. We’d usually work on one or two songs in an afternoon and we’d whip them up to shape where they’d sound like great rock tracks. At that point there wouldn’t be any final vocals or lyrics. This is the same way I’d been working with him since The Man Who Sold the World. He hasn’t really changed in his approach.” Toward the end of Bowie’s 2004 tour in Europe the singer underwent emergency heart surgery for a blocked artery. There were rumors about Bowie’s health. Visconti told the BBC “He’s a very healthy man… I couldn’t explain how I know that, but I worked with a very healthy David Bowie in the studio and a very happy David Bowie in the studio.”]

[Bowie was nominated for a Grammy Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Album.]

29. (26.) Vi Tran Band – “The Charmer”
from: American Heroine / Independent / October 4, 2013
[The Vi Tran Band is singer, songwriter, guitarist – Vi Tran, with Katie Gilchrist on vocals, percussion; Sean Hogge on guitar; Jerod Rivers on drums, vocals; and Ben Byard on bass, vocals.]

[The Vi Tran Band play KC Uncovered III – Shine A Light, A Tribute to the Music of Abigail Henderson, Saturday, December 21, at the recordBar, at 8:00pm, also featuring: Sister Mary Rotten Crotch, Not A Planet, The Clementines, and The Oil Lamps (Featuring Bill Sundahl, Mike Meyers, Mike Alexander, Steven Michael Tulipana, Scott Easterday, Howard Iceberg, John Velghe, Amy Farrand and others). These five bands perform the songs of Abigail Henderson! 100% of the proceeds go to Midwest Music Foundation, the not-for-profit organization Abigail and friends formed to support area musicians and their emergency health care needs. ALSO, Voting starts at midnight for the 10-day voting period for Boulevard Brewing Company’s KC Pils campaign to benefit Midwest Music Foundation. You can vote each day – one vote per day, per IP address! You can help support the not-for-profit, volunteer organization that supports local musicians! More info at http://www.voteformmf.com.]

30. Noel Coward – “The Party’s Over Now”
from: Noel Coward in New York / drg / 2003 [orig. 1957]

sources for notes: artists websites and wikipedia.org

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