All Back To Mine mix – Damien Jurado

Really chuffed to bring you this exclusive All Back To Mine mix from an artist I’m a very big fan of, although I’ve arrived at the joys of Damien Jurado very late in the day.  His solo career began during the mid-1990s, releasing lo-fi folk based recordings on his own cassette-only label, Casa Recordings. Gaining a local cult following in Seattle, he was brought to the attention of Sub Pop Records who released his early records, until he switched to Secretly Canadian in 2003. It was his tenth album Saint Bartlett that first grabbed my attention, mainly because it was  produced by Richard Swift (who’s attachment to any record will always pull me in). This collaboration has gone on to deliver 3 of my favorite long players of the last few years. Folky & soulful, each album spins a fantasy filled story of pure delight. Damien’s  says of  his All Back To Mine mix   “(These are) what i consider key songs, by artists who have been essential to me, in the creative process / inspiration.” Enjoy.

Back to Stay – Bridget St John
I Hear You Calling – Bill Fay
Cadence And Cascade – King Crimson
Jerome – Jim Sullivan
U.F.O – Larry Norman
Mountains of the Moon – Grateful Dead
Franz Schubert – Kraftwerk
Bright Red – Laurie Anderson
Autumn Leaves/Just Walking In the Rain – Ray Conniff
Dust – Silver Apples
Embraceable You – Charlie Parker Quintet
Ladytron – Roxy Music
I’m Down Today – Drones
Indian Rope Man – Richie Havens-
Who Cares For The City – John Ylvisaker
Beyond and Before – Yes


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