The monthly assembly of undervalued and often nearly "lost" music, or simply music the blogger in question wants to remind you reader/listeners of...and the last entry in this series from the late Randy Johnson. (There are still a few of his film reviews that will appear in the Tuesday's Overlooked roundups.)
Patti Abbott: Bryan Adams; bland modern albums; Western television opening themes; Jason Isbell; soundtrack: Under the Skin
Jayme Lynn Blaschke: Friday Night Videos
Elgin Bleecker: Doris Day/Tony Bennett: "Close Your Eyes"
Paul Brazill: A Song for Saturday
Miriam Makeba: "Erev Shel Shoshanim"
Jim C.: Summertime with Blossom Dearie; Sonny Criss
Sean Coleman: Weird Al Yankovic
Bill Crider: British Invasion: Forgotten Music; Song of the Day; Forgotten Hits: Local Charts
Cullen Gallagher: rediscovering vinyl
Jeff Gemmill: First Aid Kit @ XPoNential Music Festival, 7/25/15;
Jill Johnson; Top 5s
King Pleasure, Annie Ross, Jon Hendricks: "Don't Get Scared"
Jerry House: Daily Music+; Hymn Time
Randy Johnson: Mac Sabbath: "Frying Pan"
George Kelley: Miles Davis: Live at Newport 1955-1975
Kate Laity: things after The Fall
The Way It Is: "Joni Mitchell" (CBC 1968)
At 20 minutes, the 1965 debut episode JM recording of the theme song, in better fidelity. (And apparently you'll have to scroll back the full show above, since it doesn't seem to like the proximity of the skip-ahead 20-minute link under it...for me, it jumps into the 1968 version of the theme at show's end, with unfortunate static.)
Todd Mason: "Eight Miles High"; 9 Songs (more or less); musics brought together when Gil Scott-Heron and the Last Poets invented modern rap ca. 1969
Patrick Murtha: Junior Brown: 12 Shades of Brown
Rainbow Quest: Pete Seeger hosts Elizabeth Cotten, Rosa Valentin & Rafael Martinez (NYC local, then syndicated, 1965)
1. Pete Seeger opening medley
2. Valentin & Martinez: The Soldier Went to War
3. Valentin & Martinez: May, The Month of Flowers
4. Valentin & Martinez: Aguinaldo
5. All: Guantanamera
6. Pete Seeger: My Home's Across the Smoky Mountains
7. Pete Seeger: 'Way Out There
8. Elizabeth Cotten: Going Down the Road Feelin' Bad
9. Elizabeth Cotten: Mama Your Papa Loves You
10. Elizabeth Cotten: Wilson Rag
11. Elizabeth Cotten: Freight Train
Lawrence Person: Shoegazer Sunday
Charlie Ricci: The Supremes: "When the Lovelight Starts..."
Soundstage: "Sing Me a Jazz Song"; Jon Hendricks, Annie Ross, Eddie Jefferson, Leon Thomas (PBS 1975)