Jonathan Tyler's Favorite Daytrotter Songs

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  1. 1 Hayes Carll / KMAG YOYO
  2. 2 The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion / Tex…
  3. 3 Other Lives / Dust Bowl III
  4. 4 Justin Townes Earle / Biscuits
  5. 5 Ponderosa / Old Gin Road
  6. 6 The Sheepdogs (Pop Montreal Session) …
  7. 7 The Budos Band / Unbroken, Unshaven
  8. 8 Truth and Salvage Co. / Pure Mountain…
  9. 9 The Black Angels / Bad Vibrations
  10. 10 The Tallest Man On Earth / I Won't Be…

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I'm a big fan of Daytrotter. Not only because they showcase new artists, but because they share my personal favorite recording philosophy: throw a band into a room with vintage gear, put a few choice mics up, fire up the tape machine, and play the songs. There are no tricks. I mean it. When my band and I were tracking our session we had to play a few of the songs two or three times to get the right feel; and we still had mistakes. But that's exactly what makes it great. I'm tired of hearing the over-produced, quantized, and auto-tuned recordings that have become so readily expected these days. Can you imagine if you heard "Grinnin' In Your Face" by Son House with perfectly in time claps or auto-tuned vocals? It wouldn't have the same magic. Any how, the guys at Daytrotter are doing something cool and fresh and I'm behind it all the way. I picked a few of my favorite songs from the archives I hope you'll dig. Cheers. -JT

I'm a big fan of Daytrotter. Not only because they showcase new artists, but because they share my personal favorite recording philosophy: throw a band into a room with vintage gear, put a few choice mics up, fire up the tape machine, and play the songs. There are no tricks. I mean it. When my band and I were tracking our session we had to play a few of the songs two or three times to get the right feel; and we still had mistakes. But that's exactly what makes it great. I'm tired of hearing the over-produced, quantized, and auto-tuned recordings that have become so readily expected these days. Can you imagine if you heard "Grinnin' In Your Face" by Son House with perfectly in time claps or auto-tuned vocals? It wouldn't have the same magic. Any how, the guys at Daytrotter are doing something cool and fresh and I'm behind it all the way. I picked a few of my favorite songs from the archives I hope you'll dig. Cheers. -JT

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