Drag City on Spotify?!?


#101

That’s just her Muppet song


#102

her albums do show up via playlists but aren’t playable


#103

not JUST her muppet song!


#104

Just listened to half of Dongs Of Sevotion on my walk to town. ‘Strayed’ blew me away. Cannot wait for the rest.


#105

If this development simply gets more people listening to Bill Callahan, then it’s truly worthwhile. The man deserves a massive audience.


#106

Was so good to listen to him again this morning. Since my iPod terminally died and I have no CD player here, I’ve not listened to him for donkies. So wonderful


#107

Where is a good place to start with him? Always someone I’ve meant to check out but never got round to


#108

i was going to mention this earlier in the thread - honestly think the death of the ipod was a real turning point for streaming vs buying music. i remember being really annoyed when they discontinued because i knew it was going to push me down the streaming/smartphone route, and here indeed i am.
also ipods had great sound quality if you use good headphones with them.


#109

Really miss mine. Had my entire collection on it. And stuff I’d download from emusic and the like. Don’t have a lot of that stuff now (the laptop it was stored on died, the iPod died). So that pushed me properly down the streaming route.


#110

For me, always A River Ain’t Too Much To Love, but that’s mostly because it aligns with the memories of my first daughter being born. That said, it’s pretty much as accessible as he gets, so a great starting point anyway


#111

Any of them, but Apocalypse or I wish I were an Eagle for his ‘solo’ stuff, or A River Ain’t Too Much love or Dongs of Sevotion for Smog stuff.


#112

Knock Knock!


#113

I second this!


#114

Here:


#115

I third this! One of the finest lps ever!


#116

All on deezer now too. Is there any difference in available music on the main streaming sites?


#117

Cheers for all the Callahan recommendations, away on holiday end of this week so gonna get a load of them lined up. Looks like there’s plenty to keep me going


#118

Red apple falls is a good one to check out as well as the others recommended.


#119

Looking forward to checking out The Doctor Came At Dawn. Always liked the title for some reason, and the artwork.

Only properly familiar with Knock Knock, Red Apple Falls and Julius Caesar.


#120

My iPod died right about the time Spotify Premium came about, so it seemed like a no brainer to just get that instead of buying another one. I do miss my iPod though, would be really interested to see what I had on it right before it stopped working.