South From New England

Tonight I was thinking about the subject of “My America”, a topic I’ve explored before and will again.  In that vein I thought I’d take a shot at posting one of my DJ mixes.
I made this one in the depths of a hard New England winter while I was feeling restless.
I really wanted to GO!
Sadly, circumstances and familial responsibilities prevented my hopping in the car and leaving for points unknown.  So I thought I’d take a trip musically.
The mix is basically a journey South from New England.  Cutting through Rhode Island, lingering a little over-long in NYC (isn’t that how it always goes?!!?), flying through Jersey and Pennsylvania as quickly as possible and drifting off into the Southland.

You can either listen to the mix live in the player at the bottom of the post.  Or you can dowlnload it by clicking the link to the mp3 directly below that.

I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed making it.

May The Road Rise To Meet You!

-DJ Erisis

Here’s the track listing:

“South From New England”

“America” – Neil Diamond
“New England” – Jonathan Richman
“Lizzie Borden” – The Chad Mitchell Trio
“Interlude #1” – Major Glenn Miller & Ilse Weinberger
“Narragansett Bay” – Cordelia’s Dad
“America (Closing Time)” – Allen Ginsberg & Tom Waits
“Take The A Train” – Duke Ellington & Count Basie
“Small Talk at 125th and Lenox” – Gil Scott-Heron
“Harlem Nocturne” – Esquivel
“Spanish Harlem” – Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass
“Manhattan Fable” – Babs Gonzalez
“Chelsea Hotel No. 2” – Leonard Cohen
“Sunday In New York” – Bobby Darin
“Interlude #2” – Major Glenn Miller & Ilse Weinberger
“Walk On The Wild Side” – Lou Reed
“Jersey Girl” – Tom Waits
“Allentown” – Billy Joel
“In The Pines” – Doc Watson
“Interlude #3” – Major Glenn Miller & Ilse Weinberger
“Grand Old Rag” – Billy Murray
“Little Boxes” – Malvina Reynolds
“Blue Ridge Cabin Home” – The Osborne Brothers
“Coal Miner’s Daughter” – Loretta Lynn
“Interlude #4” – Major Glenn Miller & Ilse Weinberger
“Foggy Mountain Breakdown” – Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs

South From New England mp3


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