Does anyone have music on Spotify? I would like to place a Songwriter Junction playlist on the home page that would include a few songs each from different members here. You can reply either here or by private message. Once the first list is up, I might look at creating some genre specific lists - rock, country, folk, jazz, etc.
Great idea Gavin. I want to ask, "Can we get Bubba on the list? Love your Bubba" but I see you haven't uploaded it to Spotify so my next pick from yours would be the Fat Ass song. For John and me, most popular on Spotify is "The Devil's Ride." "Savior" was our most recently released and will be on our next album so that'd be really appreciated if you'd put that one on. John also has some suggestions that he'll post when he's back in PA.
Wait for John to weigh in, Gav. He'll list a few and you can choose from them. Whichever you think is best suited to the list. Neither Savior or TDR are my personal favourites, just two from the Spotify favs. I think John would agree that Savior is a good choice, simply because it's our most recent official release. My favourite from Beyond the Gates would be "I Cry No More"
and my favourites from Valley of the Kings are God of the Underworld and Spellbinder
Cool idea Gavin.
God of the Underworld
I Cry No More
Beyond the Gates
Those would be 4 songs I'd recommend.
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The playlist is now on the home page. As well as those who responded here, I included one song each by JAPOV, MAB and Robert Baitinger. They only get one song for now as punishment for not responding LOL. When I get a moment, I'll go back and listen to a few more of their songs and choose others that I really like.
Wow Gavin. Thank you for putting that together. I love it. What a neat collection of music. Perfect choice for MAB's btw. Love that song Tables and Chairs. I wonder if Marcus and Mora or Carroll have anything released on Spotify? You are just full of great ideas. Love it