Listen to free music played by 1001songs

Sign Up for is internet radio made social. It's easy to search for, play, and discover free music recommended by real people. Join today to create your own free station and start listening to @1001songs.

over 1000 listeners


United States United States. DJ since May 2, 2009
Page 4  
1001songs New 1001Songs blogpost: The 5 catchiest Peter Buck guitar riffs

R.E.M.Wolves, Lower

| play
1001songs This is wot it's all about. and at the 2 minute mark it actually gets better.
1001songs Nevilles "Brother John" spending yet another Mardi Gras in Seattle :(
1001songs Do Re Mi "Man Overboard" a song about penis envy
1001songs Jacques Dutronc Le Cactus. Anyone know wot this means in English?
1001songs Abba "Waterloo" because. well, just because.

ABBA "Waterloo"1974

| play
1001songs Power pop from The Riptides.1979
1001songs Unit 4 + 2 Concrete and Clay. Love will never die.
1001songs The Nazz's "Meridian Leeward" is another one of those songs about a pig

The Nazz Meridian Leeward (HQ)

| play
1001songs Read about this amazing tune and the motor mouth artist who recorded it here
1001songs As amazing as this Dylan cover is I gotta say "Act Together" is my fave Ron Wood tune. I blog about it here

Ron WoodSeven Days

| play
1001songs Dutronc's Et Moi X 3 Translated by Mungo Jerry into a No 3 UK hit
1001songs Listening to early 80's REM and Springsteen has really paid off
1001songs The song of the year so far!!!!
1001songs Music Nerds: Celebrating France's greatest rock n roller
1001songs Sid Griffin is still playing music. He's the author of some seminal books on rock n roll. Follow him at @sidcpsgriffin
1001songs You can follow an original Long Ryder, Sid Griffin, on twitter @sidcpsgriffin. He's at 397. Let's get him 400 followers tonight
1001songs "Music nerds: Grammy winner Esperanza Spalding's long time companion." (reblip)
prev | play | next
Sign up to continue blipping

Already have an account? Log In

I agree to the terms of use
Log in to continue

Need an account? Sign Up

Remember me