After not hearing much that inspired me in the last months of 2013, I’ve recently been inundated with great music. And so Free Music Week returns! From today through Friday, you’ll get at least a couple of free songs a day to get you going on a diverse (and free) playlist for 2014. I hope you enjoy it!
As always, please support the artists who are sharing their music here by going to their shows or buying their records.
When I was a wee lad, the first LP I owned was Timbertops, a children’s “concept album” released by The Buttercups in 1974. I was captivated by the premise—a young girl is visited by all sorts of peculiar anthropomorphic characters in her treehouse— and by the music, which was already dated (it was by then […]
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