Here's the delayed episode of music from the great state of Maryland.
Here's what you'll hear today (direct download here):
Love Riot: "Maybe She Will" (from the album Maybe She Will)
Lin McEwan: "Now I Know" (Ariel Publicity)
Howard Markman: "Almost Home" (from the album Half Smiles Blue Skies)
Steven Charles Cecil: "Dark Days" (Podshow)
Junkyard Saints: "Scrapple and Rye"
Two If By Sea: "The Last Time I Went Under" (from Translations)
David Byrne: "Fuzzy Freaky (remix)" (IODA Promonet)
The Perfects: "End of Us" (Previously featured in Mental Nomad Podcast 112)
Tupac: "Hit 'Em Up (live)" (Podshow)
Ellen Cherry: "The Meanest Waltz" (from The Ellen Cherry Primer)
Jessica Mellott: "Beautiful Broken" (Podshow)
Love Riot: "No Regrets" (from the Killing Time EP)
(Total play time: 1:05:43)
The IODA-sponsored track may be downloaded below as long as the promotions last. And my deepest thanks go to Lisa Mathews of Milkshake, formerly of Love Riot, for leading me to Howard Markman and Junkyard Saints. (Check out my interview with Lisa and her bandmate Mikel if you haven't already done so.)
Here's the Wikipedia entry for scrapple (read if you dare). If that culinary treat frightens you, check out the tourism pages for Ocean City, Md., and Baltimore and see if that settles your nerves.
And if you're ever in Baltimore, enjoy fine Afghani cuisine at The Helmand. Try the lamb and beef meatballs, if you're a non-vegetarian -- you won't be disappointed.
"Fuzzy Freaky" (mp3)
from "The Visible Man"
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