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acoustic feel

Posted in music by hydeph on March 20, 2009
by Joss1998

by Joss1998

I had some pretty loose criteria for this playlist. The aim was to put together songs that have a gentle acoustic feel to them without necessarily being by solo singer-songwriters. I just threw in songs if they sounded stripped, featured acoustic guitar, or simply piqued my interest. Happy Spring.

Download a zip of the mix (10 songs, 45 mins.) with the playlist file.

Metric – Help, I’m Alive (Acoustic) (4:49) Amazon.com
Owen – Bad News (6:31) Last.fm
Sigur Rós – Heima (3:31) Amazon.com
Ghosts and Vodka – Andrea Loves Horses (1:38) Last.fm
Aloha – You’ve Escaped (3:27) Last.fm
Ani Difranco – Napoleon (4:37)Last.fm
One Trick Pony – Box Song (5:23) onetrickpony.com
The Sleeping Years – The Lockkeeper’s Cottage (5:06) Last.fm
Youth Group – Piece of Wood (3:10) Last.fm
Adem – These are Your Friends (6:35) Last.fm

This post was inspired by Holly Throsby @ Shoot the Player.

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  1. Rohan said, on March 21, 2009 at 10:03 pm

    dude, im seriously kind of glad you did that.
    i kid you not, that holly thorsby video also made me want to listen to light accoustic touchy/feely stuff. also nice female voices, nothing really did it for me though. regina, imogen, kaki, etc. ill have a go with this.

    cheers.

  2. Natalie said, on March 25, 2009 at 7:47 pm

    love this! specifically the one trick pony song (a band i didn’t previously know)
    yay for playlists shared with the world 🙂

    • Britt Melewski said, on November 24, 2011 at 1:11 pm

      belated, but thanks for checking out the site!

      -b


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