I Hear a New World- Stacks of Wax Vol.14

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The latest edition of I Hear a New World is available to listen to here, and to listen\download at http://ihearanewworld.podomatic.com/.

This Stacks of Wax podcast has been in the can for a couple weeks, but I have just found the time to post it today. It features a tasty blend of funk, gospel, prog rock, peruvian psych, garage rock and jazz. This one is best listened to when you are getting ready for a night on the town as the tracks are mostly upbeat. Artists appearing on this edition include Black Heat, Carlos Montoya, Witch, Yes and Eddy Current Suppression Ring.

As I stated in the last post, I have been working on a list of the best albums of 2012 so far, and I plan on posting this in the next couple weeks.

I would love to hear what you think of this edition of I Hear a New World, so please drop me a line in the comments.

I Hear a New World- Stacks of Wax Vol.14

1. Carlos Montoya- Cante Jundo- 2:43
2. Reverend Louis Overstreet- Get Ready, I'm Gonna Move- 3:25
3. Black Heat- Chicken Heads- 4:14
4. Witch- Livin' In the Past- 5:43
5. Eddie Jefferson- Freedom Jazz Dance- 3:19
6. Yes- Then- 5:41
7. Los Orientales De Paramenga-Captura de Lobos- 2:43
8. Amen Dunes- Ethio Song- 4:53
9. Ty Segall- Children of Paul- 4:03
10. Sic Alps- Cement Surfboard- 2:45
11. Eddy Current Suppression Ring- Wet Cement- 3:52


The Swede said…
I completely missed the Witch box set, thanks for the heads-up.

Nice set.
Kevin said…
The Swede:

Thanks for stopping by. Yeah, that Witch box set is amazing. Hope you dig some of the other tunes too. I usually try to balance the podcast out so it has a litte of each musical flavor, unless it's a special mix.

Best, Kevin
whiteanduptight said…
ANYBODY who includes rev louis overstreet, let alone even knows who he is, is A-OK #1 in my book! :)
Kevin said…
White and Uptight: First off- what a great handle.

Thanks for stopping by and letting me know what you think of the mix. From your comment, I can tell that you dig Rev Louis Overstreet. What other kind of music do you dig?
No-head said…
I'm the only one!? C'mon people, a bit of appreciation would be nice here. This a labour of love from Kevin so surely it's worth a few Dollars/Euros/Pounds or whatever the local currency is. Oh, and another fine effort, Kevin. Rev Louis - genius! And another version of Freedom jazz Dance to add to the collection. Cheers.
Kevin said…
Thanks for the kind words No-head, and thanks for donating some more money as well. It is because of readers like yourself that this blog continues to soldier on. Sometimes we need that encouragement to keep going, and most of the time a simple "Wow, I enjoyed this" will do the trick.

Hope you are having a great summer!

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