Ep 146: "I'm a Tell You Today/ I'm a Tell You Tomorrow"

Quinn DeVeaux's album Book of Soul (bandcamp) cracks with R&B frisson, with DeVeaux's powerful vocal address surrounded by Stax guitar, thicks currents of backing vocal, and percussion aplenty. The opening lines of "All I Need"-- "I'm a tell you today/ I'm a tell you tomorrow/ whether we feeling joy/ or we feeling sorrow"-- carry a distinct resonance on this election eve, but they had even more six months ago when I first heard them, as day by day people took to the streets to protest the murders of black people at the hands of ruthless police.  It's a straightforward love song, addressed to one or many.

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  1. Just Wanna Cruise by Al Harper (Ruby St) Local
  2. Dustin's Rain Tape by Healing Potpourri on Blanket of Calm (Run for Cover) Local
  3. CPR by Harvey Forgets on Sounds from Inside Vol. 1 (Shut-In) Local
  4. All I Need by Quinn DeVeaux on Book of Soul (self released) Local
  5. Break
  6. Think About You by Quinn DeVeaux on Book of Soul (self released) Local
  7. Days Away by Rosie Plaza on Off/On (self released) Local
  8. Emotional Bankruptcy by Gorgeous Dykes (self-released) Local
  9. Not My Loneliness, But Ours by Topographies on Not My Loneliness, But Ours (self-released) Local
  10. Intro / Law And Order by M80 on Apathy (self released) Local
  11. Last Place by Shutups on 5 (Kill Rock Stars) Local
  12. Natural Light by Flowertown on Flowertown (Paisley Shirt) Local
  13. I Hope You Have a Nice Day by Rip Florence (self released) Local
  14. Fondu Guru by Naked Roommate on Do the Duvet (Trouble in Mind) Local
  15. Talk to Me by Stoney Creation on Water for the Town v.2 (SMARTBOMB) Local
  16. Burn this Town by Flex (Vacant Stare) Local
  17. Ten Years Ago (demo) by Andy Bender on Sounds from Inside: Vol. 1 (Shut-In) Local
  18. Sakura by Primal Wound on Sapphire and Steel (self released) Local
  19. Show Me Lovin' by Fantasy Spiders on Fantasy Spiders (self-released) Local