Mixtape: The 30 Songs I Digged Most In 2016



Over the past few months, I have received a bunch of feedback from readers and listeners requesting that I extend The 30 Songs I Digged Most In 2017 concept to previous years.  As a result, I plan to release a series of mixtapes cataloguing my favorite tunes dating back to 2012 (the year this blog first fired up).

2016 was full of some pretty incredible music.  There was stellar rock and roll from artists like Kevin Morby and Parquet Courts.  There were new classics from Hayes Carll and Michael Kiwanuka.  There was the last recording by Leonard Cohen and the first by Margo Price.

Here they all are; mixed in an order that sounds good to me.

I hope you dig it.


Here is the playlist:

You Want It Darker by Leonard Cohen

To All The Cowboys by Ariel Bui

I Have Some Business Out West by Hookworms

I Won't Cry For You by La Santa Cecilia

Nothing More To Say by The Frightners

Leaving The Monsters Behind by The Jayhawks

Dance Like Fire by Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals

One Vicious Disco (Meridian Brothers Mix) by A Love Electric

Since You Put Me Down by Margo Price

Noam Chomsky Is A Soft Revolution by Foy Vance

Dorothy by Kevin Morby

I Don't Want To Be Funny Anymore by Lucy Dacus

Whatever That Girl Wants by Tijuana Panthers

Murdered Out by Kim Gordon

Changes by Charles Bradley

Black Man In A White World by Michael Kiwanuka

First World Problem by Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Girl In Amber by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Romantic by Mannequin Pussy

Working Poor by Fantastic Negrito

T.I.W.Y.G. by Savages

The Wheel by PJ Harvey

St. Anne's Parade by Shovels & Rope

Space To Bakersfield by Black Mountain

A Life Worth Living by Quantic

Berlin Got Blurry by Parquet Courts

Lead Light by Julia Jacklin

Drag by Cat's Eyes

Ain't Who I Was by Bonnie Bishop

Love Don't Let Me Down by Hayes Carll


Click Here to read my original December 2016 blog post on The 30 Songs I Digged Most In 2016.  This ranks the songs in order.

Here is my mixtape of The 30 Songs I Digged Most In 2017:



And, as always, you can access all of my mixtape on my MixCloud page.

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