Stephen Chapman

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Random play #3

A challenge for you… set your ipod/iphone* to random and share the first 3 tracks with the world. People then get to hear your (potentially) strange music, embarrassing music, cool music and perhaps even find something great that they had never heard before:

So my random 3 this time around start with a freebie that I downloaded a while ago by Nicole Atkins. It’s a song that builds slowly, but I think it’s a great atmopheric track with some nice guitar work. Next up is a lovely ballad by Rufus Wainwright, whose work I find is highly variable in quality, but this is fab.  And then a rocker from Sheryl Crow that has a cool guitar riff and title.

Nicole Atkins – Vultures

Rufus Wainwright – Going To A Town

Sheryl Crow – Steve McQueen

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This entry was posted on September 4, 2013 by in music and tagged , .

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