I’m the kind of person who listens to one song over and over and over again. Right now that song is “New York City’s Killing Me” by Ray LaMontagne. I could literally listen to it all day long. This time of the year makes me want to live on the East Coast. As the days get darker and colder, and the rain starts to come down, I dream of a crisp New England fall hidden away in a farmhouse in front of a roaring fireplace. This song invokes all of that in me.
All of these songs, actually, are songs that at one point or another I’ve listened to on repeat until I can’t listen anymore.
You can hear my Fall 2012 mix here. I hope you enjoy it!
New York City’s Killing Me – Ray LaMontagne & the Pariah Dogs (God Willin’ & the Creek Don’t Rise)
Today – Jefferson Airplane (Surrealistic Pillow)
Helpless – Neil Young (live at Massey Hall)
Either Way – Wilco (Sky Blue Sky)
Our House – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (Deja Vu)
Song For Adam – Jackson Browne (Jackson Browne)
Heartbeats – José Gonzalez (Veneer)
Going Back Home – JBM (Not Even In July)
Suzanne – Leonard Cohen (Songs of Leonard Cohen)
Never Going Back Again – Fleetwood Mac (Rumors)
California – Joni Mitchell (Blue)
Tuesday Afternoon – Moody Blues (Days of Future Passed)
Bookends Theme – Simon and Garfunkel (Bookends)