This is Jenell Kesler’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Jenell Kesler

  1. Los Lunas, New Mexico
  2. Alternative
  1. collection 176
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  1. The Mountain
    by The Hanging Stars
  2. The Flamingo Jones - Fever
    by Various Artists
    I’m fussy, love songs for couch-bound lysergic intoxication, and this one circumnavigates my subconscious with easy splendor.

    Jenell Kesler
  3. Wanted
    by The Jim Mitchells
    I’m fussy, love songs for couch-bound lysergic intoxication, and this one circumnavigates my subconscious with easy splendor.

    Jenell Kesler
  4. (...She's Why)
    by The Jim Mitchells
    I’m fussy, love songs for couch-bound lysergic intoxication, and this one circumnavigates my subconscious with easy splendor.

    Jenell Kesler
  5. The Sixth Color
    by The Strange Flowers
    I’m fussy, love songs for couch-bound lysergic intoxication, and this one circumnavigates my subconscious with easy splendor.

    Jenell Kesler
  6. John On The Moon
    by The Strange Flowers
    I’m fussy, love songs for couch-bound lysergic intoxication, and this one circumnavigates my subconscious with easy splendor.

    Jenell Kesler
  7. Me And The Eggman
    by The Strange Flowers
    I’m fussy, love songs for couch-bound lysergic intoxication, and this one circumnavigates my subconscious with easy splendor.

    Jenell Kesler
  8. Goodbye Summer Skies
    by The Strange Flowers
    I’m fussy, love songs for couch-bound lysergic intoxication, and this one circumnavigates my subconscious with easy splendor.

    Jenell Kesler
  9. Girls Of April
    by The Strange Flowers
    I’m fussy, love songs for couch-bound lysergic intoxication, and this one circumnavigates my subconscious with easy splendor.

    Jenell Kesler
  10. Janet's Faces
    by The Strange Flowers
    I’m fussy, love songs for couch-bound lysergic intoxication, and this one circumnavigates my subconscious with easy splendor.

    Jenell Kesler
  11. Of Green and of Milk and of Bread and of Sand
    by The Strange Flowers
    I’m fussy, love songs for couch-bound lysergic intoxication, and this one circumnavigates my subconscious with easy splendor.

    Jenell Kesler
    appears in 1 other collection
  12. Drops of Light
    by The Strange Flowers
    I’m fussy, love songs for couch-bound lysergic intoxication, and this one circumnavigates my subconscious with easy splendor.

    Jenell Kesler
  13. Pleased When You Come
    by The Strange Flowers
    I’m fussy, love songs for couch-bound lysergic intoxication, and this one circumnavigates my subconscious with easy splendor.

    And a pretty sexy song as well :)

    Jenell Kesler
    appears in 1 other collection
  14. I Couldn`t Care Less About My Life
    by Baby Scream!!?!
    I’m fussy, love songs for couch-bound lysergic intoxication, and this one circumnavigates my subconscious with easy splendor.

    Jenell Kesler
  15. Mars Behind Our Eyes
    by The Strange Flowers
    I’m fussy, love songs for couch-bound lysergic intoxication, and this one circumnavigates my subconscious with easy splendor.

    Jenell Kesler
  16. Squire presents "Eight Miles High / Rain
    by Squire
    Covers need to bring something new to the table, even if it’s as simple as shifting the atmosphere a bit, which is exactly what Squire does. While both songs are instantly recognizable, there’s a light-handed bit of intoxication to each of these numbers that simply coats my mind with delicious wasted visions of marmalade skies and cellophane flowers that are impossible to deny, causing a sly smile to inch across my face.

    Sad that these songs are not like their other material.

    Jenell Kesler
  17. Tassels
    by Mt. Mountain
    Both songs are hazy early morning ebbing drifts that don’t so much flower, as they manage to hold you in suspension, teetering on the edge of gliding lysergic flight, nearly existing in the background, though ever-present enough to hold your wayward attention with disembodied emancipated delight, filled with wanderlust and super low-keyed visionary splendor.

    Jenell Kesler
  18. Can't Come Down
    by The Parties
    Can’t Come Down is by far the best outing from the band, and while I can’t say that all numbers by The Parties have been created equally well, though with downloads, you can easily create a sensational disc of some of the most wonderful historic sounding jangle-pop since Tom Petty or the Smithereens … songs that are a bit smoother, a bit more refined, songs that will weave their way into your soul and ride easily in your back pocket for years to come.

    Jenell Kesler
  19. Let's Call It Love
    by The Parties
    Coast Garde offered up but three intoxicating numbers for me, and whileI can’t say that all songs by The Parties have been created equally well, though with downloads, you can easily create a sensational disc of some of the most wonderful historic sounding jangle-pop since Tom Petty or the Smithereens … songs that are a bit smoother, a bit more refined, songs that will weave their way into your soul and ride easily in your back pocket for years to come.

    Jenell Kesler
  20. Autumn Girl
    by The Parties
    Coast Garde offered up but three intoxicating numbers for me, and whileI can’t say that all songs by The Parties have been created equally well, though with downloads, you can easily create a sensational disc of some of the most wonderful historic sounding jangle-pop since Tom Petty or the Smithereens … songs that are a bit smoother, a bit more refined, songs that will weave their way into your soul and ride easily in your back pocket for years to come.

    Jenell Kesler