This is ManagerWarrenJ’s music collection on Bandcamp.

ManagerWarrenJ

  1. Chattanooga, Tennessee
  2. Folk
  1. collection 24
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  1. Jesse Daniel Edwards- Unplugged
    by Jesse Daniel Edwards
  2. Ain't That Lovin' EP
    by Swear and Shake
  3. And The War Came
    by Shakey Graves
  4. Wet
    by Wet
  5. Lie To Me
    by Jesse Daniel Edwards
  6. 'His Young Heart' EP
    by Daughter
  7. Skyscraper
    by Elephant
  8. It's Time
    by Las Cafeteras
  9. Silver & Gold
    by Sufjan Stevens
    Christmas Unicorn Christmas Unicorn
    It's hard to choose one because I LOVE Sufjan. He is the absolute best. However, the imagery in Christmas Unicorn and use of 'Love Will Tear Us Apart' make it the champ track
  10. Family
    by Noah Gundersen
    Garden Garden
    Noah stole 2012 for me as songwriter of the year. Garden perfectly displays his ability to be intimate and vunerable
  11. 1986
    by Charles Allison
    Your so-called friends Your so-called friends
    Charles Allison is the Godfather of Chattanooga's songwriters. Your so-called friends defines the battle of big fish in small ponds where everyone is a friend...yet no one is ever there truly
  12. Twin Lakes Remixed
    by Moonlight Bride
    Lemonade (Los Campesinos! Remix) Lemonade (Los Campesinos! Remix)
    Keep an eye on this rising band and their remixes show how diverse their sound can become
  13. Big Rocks
    by Hi Ho Silver Oh
    My Confessor My Confessor
    Casey and band are an amplified version of Fleet Foxes and My Confessor is a track easily left on repeat. Bold
  14. Get What You Give
    by Oldest Boy & Girl
    Lie To Me Lie To Me
    Jesse Daniel Edwards, one half of the greatly under-appreciated Smart Brothers, joins with his sister Cristina and delivers lovely harmonies
  15. Land Camera II
    by Land Camera
    One day you'll feel wanted One day you'll feel wanted
    Charles Allison's full band work is stellar - layered with a beautiful complexity
    appears in 1 other collection
  16. Revolving
    by Josh Helmuth
    San Diego San Diego
    Emo + Pop + 90s Tom Cruise hair gives you a sneaky and catchy tune in San Diego. Josh bares all in this song that presents an ultimatum yet no answer to it
  17. Sleeping City
    by We/Or/Me
    Our Broken Hearts Our Broken Hearts
    We/Or/Me is great for drives or rainy days. Our Broken Hearts vocalizes a burden so commonplace in love and relationships
  18. All Delighted People EP
    by Sufjan Stevens
    All Delighted People (Original Version) All Delighted People (Original Version)
    The Owl and The Tanager runs a close second but the build to 9:20 into All Delighted People (OV) cannot be topped. Sufjan is a master of taking every emotion out of you in his momentous journeys called "tracks". I've lost myself in this track too many times to count
  19. The Age of Adz
    by Sufjan Stevens
    Impossible Soul Impossible Soul
    October 23, 2010 will live in infamy. The first time I saw Sufjan live. Wiltern in Los Angeles. From that moment, this song and everything it came to mean in my life at that time will remain one of the greatest songs ever. From the whispered first line through the emotional bursts of horns to the faded, exhaustion of the acoustic ending, this is one of the greatest songs and orchestrations ever. Ever.
  20. Western Medicine
    by The Alexanders
    Gay Friends & Sugar Cookies Gay Friends & Sugar Cookies
    Actually not the best track but the title drew me in and the wobbly voice kept me intrigued.
  21. Golden Delicious
    by Laura Meyer
    Bullshit Bullshit
    Laura Meyer is a beacon for female songwriters. She is early Black Keys. Raw Deap Valley.
  22. Alabama Shakes EP
    by Alabama Shakes
    Hold On Hold On
    The track that started it all via Aquarium Drunkard. Brittany sang it and we all have done it...hold on!
  23. Roll the Bones
    by Shakey Graves
    Roll the Bones Roll the Bones
    Sneaky good. This one man band (with some help on harmony from his ol' pal Patrick) took Austin, TX by storm in 2012. He's poised to break. I'm thankful that I 'knew him when...' and even more importantly 'supported him when...'
  24. Look!
    by The Driftwood Singers
    On My Merry Way On My Merry Way
    Lovely harmony and a sweet recognition to classic country and old time music but very alive and present.