This is Leigh3’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Seattle, Washington
  2. Rock
  1. collection 28
  2. wishlist 185
  3. following 80
  1. Our Lady of the Tall Trees
    by Cahalen Morrison & Eli West
  2. Barna Howard
  3. May Your Kindness Remain
  4. Arguably OK
  5. Fall in Line
    by Lesley Braden
  6. 4-Track Recording Session
    by The Green Arrows
  7. Lost & Found 1972-1973
    by Captain Beyond
  8. Echoes Calling
    by The Qualitons
  9. Hymns
    by Jack Harlon &The Dead Crows
  10. Lost
    by Lesley Braden
  11. SWEETBREADS Acoustic Sessions
    appears in 1 other collection
  12. Believe
    by The Ghost of Paul Revere
  13. The Fearless Flyers
    by The Fearless Flyers
  14. Live! from The Cantina
    by The Andrew Allen Trio
  15. The Imperial March (Single)
    by Celldweller
  16. Rotten City
    by Big Terrible
  17. Heartworn Highways (Original Soundtrack)
    by Heartworn Highways
  18. "The Librarian" - Live at Skirball
    by Welcome to Night Vale
  19. IV
    by Black Mountain
  20. Cheap Kazoos and Bad Tattoos
    by The Grid Pickers
    Boss Man Boss Man
    Love those Grid Pickers! This generation's version of the Holy Modal Rounders.
  21. Alibi
    by Fast Arrow
  22. Folio EP
    by Les Hay Babies
  23. Shack Wacky
    by The Grid Pickers
  24. Ancestral Lands
    by Hollow Hand
  25. Moving Foundations and Outer Space
    by Music Is The Weapon
  26. Wine Dark Sea
    by Jolie Holland
    First Sign of Spring First Sign of Spring
    I got to see Jolie and her transcendent band at the Living Room in Brooklyn which was great because it was a small room and a very intimate evening I won't soon forget. This album has hit me like a brick, a soft, sultry, velvety, noisy brick.
  27. Bad Self Portraits
    by Lake Street Dive
  28. Patience and Perseverance
    by Gypsyhawk
    For Those Who Love the Lizz For Those Who Love the Lizz
    At the end of the day I am a big TL fan. It is hard to find quality bands who bring that same kind of sound and energy these days and Gypsyhawk do it and do it well. The albums are great, the live shows even better. Rock n' Roll!