Numero Group: By The Numbers


The Sea Of Sound #27

So, I gotta little jealous last week that we didn’t have something as slick as Josh’s new online ghetto blaster and decided it was time to revive my old podcast, The Sea Of Sound.  This episode below in it’s fancy Flash 1.0 player – give it a few seconds to load – is a healthy mix of past, present, and upcoming Numero tracks, side by side with some old favorites, and a few cuts from various new releases for your listening pleasure. Enjoy, Michael

“Don’t Trade Love For Money” – Jackie Russell

“Woodpiles On The Side Of The Road” – Jack Rose

“Hummingbirds” – Kieran White

“Jane, Jane” – Tia Blake

“Yellow Roses” – Heron

“Lonely Son” – Vernon Wray

“Nobody Wants A Lonely Heart” – Arthur Russell

“Tried So Hard” – The Flying Burrito Brothers

“Never Too Far” – Tim Hardin

“I Found My Music” – Sage

“Every Day We Grow Closer” – Alex Chilton

“The Ballad Of El Goodo” – Big Star

“The Summer Sun” – Chris Stamey

Beaumont, TX Dodge Commercial

“I’ve Got To Get Over” – Syl Johnson

“Bring It Down Front” – Hugh Hawkins

“Lean Lanky Daddy” – Little Ann

“You’ve Got To Steal It” – The Flairs

“I’m Drunk & I’m Real High (In The Spirit Of God) – Ada Richards

“Cosmic Clock” – Shoes

“Love Letter Full Of Promises” (Rehearsal) – Juanita Rodgers


6 Comments so far
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Fantastic mix, thank you! I love the song between Yellow Roses and Nobody Wants a Lonely Heart but I don’t see the title listed and nothing turned up when I Googled the lyrics…what is it?

Comment by Sarah

“Lonely Son” by Vernon Wray is the missing song title. The entire album has been reissued by our pal William Tyler’s label, Sebastian Speaks.

Comment by numerogroup

Has this comment been replied to?…I’d also like to know what that track is. Great mix.

Comment by Will Jeffreys

is there a download available for this tasty mix?

Comment by max

No download currently, sorry.

Comment by numerogroup

Sea of Sound 28? Anyone?

Comment by dk




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