Just as a sad movie can raise your spirits and the blues make you joyful sometimes being alone can be rejuvinating, This week we'll feel out the many aspcts of being alone through the music of Simone and Flu, Grove of Hellion, All About Max, Hungry Lucy, Chico Correa and Ici Aussi. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin in Rio with the electro/acoustic bossa of Simone and Flu here is 'Depressa'
Find more of Flu's collaborations at www.musicartistry.de Kentucky's Kaelin Curtsinger records as Grove of Hellionand 'Believe'
An album's worth of free downloads can be found at www.soundclick.com/groveofthehellion From Italy comes All About Max and the wistful sadness of 'Tomorrow 'I'll Be Alone'
Look to www.muertepop.com/artists/allaboutmax.htm for more The solitary sounds continue with Hungry Lucy and 'A Girl Alone'
There is much more to this band at www.hungrylucy.com We last heard from Chico Correa and his electric band back on episode 40. Here is 'Coco de Elevador'
Hear more cool tracks at www.musicartistry.de Aleksandra Plavsic and Myriam Bâ are Ici Aussi with the emotional desolation of 'Silent Train'
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