Weekly 20 Songs Playlist: August 10

Some really great tunes this week. Some, like “American Pie” and “Dream of the Archer”, have been in my music collection since I was a kid. The Clancy Brothers, Josh Groban, Real Tuesday Weld and Celtic Thunder have been favorite artists in my collection for a few years. In addition to these, I’ve included a few tracks that are pretty new to my ears, but that caught my attention from the midst of the hundreds of songs I’ve heard this week. Happy Listening!

The List:

1. “The Bells of New York City”- Josh Groban (Illuminations)
2. “Down Along the Cove”- Thea Gilmore (John Wesley Harding)
3. “Speak to Me (Demo July 13 2010)”- Roxette (Charm School Revisited)
4. “A Little Girl from Little Rock”- Jane Russell, Marilyn Monroe (50 Soundtracks Movies of ’50)
5. “Kelele”- Angelique Kidjo (Oyo)
6. “Ride On”- Celtic Thunder, Ryan Kelly (Act II)
7. “Dream of the Archer”- Heart (Little Queen)
8. “Cruiscin Lan”- The Clancy Brothers (The Parting Glass)
9. “You Won’t Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart)”- Doris Day (100 Classic 1940’2 Memories)
10. “New Shoes”- Paolo Nutini (These Streets)
11. “American Pie”- Don McLean (The Best of Don McLean)
12. “La Volce del Silenzio”- Paul Byrom (This Is the Moment)
13. “… And So You Fell”- David Ford (Songs for the Road)
14. “93 Million Miles”- David Mraz (Love Is a Four Letter Word)
15. “The Hill of Thieves”- Cara Dillon (Rough Guide: Celtic Women)
16. “Anything But Love”- The Real Tuesday Weld (The Return of the Clerkenwell Kid)
17. “All Day Long”- Celtic Thunder, Keith Harkin (Voyage)
18. “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree”- KT Tunstall (Eye to the Telescope)
19. “What Is Time”- Elephant Revival (Break in the Clouds)
20. “Abigail’s Song (Silence Is All You Know)”- Katherine Jenkins (Doctor Who- A Christmas Carol)

About Ravenmount

Independent science nerd/writer/music blogger/arts enthusiast/theorist currently in Colorado.
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