5 Best Songs I heard

Just so it doesn't get mixed up with 5 best bands/singers etc.

1. Nothing Will Change - Sharon Van Etten

2. I Can't Live Without My Mother's Love - Sun Kil Moon

3. America - Bill Callahan

4. Bonnie Portmore - The Rails

5. Guilderoy - Shirley Collins 

!. Williamsburg Will Oldham Horror - Jeffrey Lewis

2. Just As Scared - James Yorkston

3. Somewhere All the Time - Samantha Crain

4. Bonnie Portmore - The Rails

5. La Verite - Francois and the Atlas Mountains



1. Summer Painter - Bill Callahan

2. Micheline - Sun Kil Moon

3. Valley of the Silver Moon - Jonathan Wilson

4. Santa Fe - Samantha Crain

5. Sea of Teeth - Mercury Rev (because I never thought I'd hear a Sparklehorse track played live again and in different, less tragic circumstances I'd have loved to see Mark Linkous play at Green Man.)

1. The War On Drugs - Red Eyes

2. Mercury Rev - The Funny Bird

3. Sharon van Etten -Your Love Is Killing Me

4. Beirut - Elephant Gun

5. Angel Olsen - Forgiven/Forgotten

1) I'm not in control (Teleman) - fitting end to a brilliant set

2) Untitled (NMH) - could have been any song, but will always remember dancing to this with the kids

3) Kopter (Toy) - runaway train of a song

4) Weather song (Ought) - great song from a great new band, anyone else see a touch of Jarvis Cocker in the lead singer?

5) The way you move (Michael A Grammar) - has an ending that you want to go on forever, genius.


(* number 5 should have been a song from Samantha Crain, but I was so close to the stage - she didn't sound quite right, probably should have moved back a bit - but was too tired to move)

1. We will not be lovers     The Waterboys

2. Gustavo.         Sun Kil Moon

3.  Habit.     Ought

4. Eyes to the Wind.  The War on Drugs

5. The last song Georgia Ruth did ... (Anyone know what it's called? "She was only dancing...?" ) 

The last new one We are Catchers did was very good also. Anyone catch the name of that one?