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Josh Rouse: Country Mouse, City House

I am so behind on bloggy-ness. Josh Rouse's new album Country Mouse, City House was released this week and I've been listening to it and thinking about how nice it would be to live by the ocean. Josh Rouse has that effect on me. Nothing revolutionary going on here, just music to chill out with and maybe grow old to. Not that I know what I'm talking about.

I'm in something of a writing slump lately, nothing I put down on paper is good enough for the standards I've set for myself. Josh Rouse makes me feel like I can be okay with that for a little while, everyone needs to give themselves a break sometimes. Not that I deserve a break. I need to find more music that pushes me forward and doesn't let me be complacent. No more Josh Rouse for me. If you've got any music that fits this description, send it my way. Or maybe more coffee will do the trick.

Josh Rouse - Sweetie
(Country Mouse, City House)
Josh Rouse - Hollywood Bassplayer (Country Mouse, City House)
Josh Rouse - His Majesty Rides (Subtitulo)
Buy Country Mouse, City House
Josh Rouse's Website/Myspace

Bonus: Blur - Coffee And TV (alt link)
(Bob Dylan likes this song, he played it on his radio show. So do I, duh.)

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2 Responses to “Josh Rouse: Country Mouse, City House”

  1. # Anonymous Anonymous

    I think personally you should block out all the commerical/manufactured music in your life for lets say a week... Its all too constructed and rigid and focus on songs/music which goes beyound that 3 min mark (songs that are 12 min long - why are most songs focused on that 3 min mark)... Also go to the local pawn/second hand store & buys some records/CDs that you yourself would never buy & focus on why did the author/musician create that particular piece that way or why the listener chose to buy that piece...

    Also try the late beach boys material... (compare it to their early stuff) Also black rebel motorcycle club (Ablums Howl & their first only - Not 2nd or 4th)

    Good luck

    nice blog  

  2. # Anonymous AndrĂ¡s

    Josh does the same to me in many ways, since the first time I heard It's the Nighttime this man has kept his ability to make me smile and feel comfortable about myself.  

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