The Best of Fine Tuning, Vol. 2
While most Americans are anxiously awaiting Spring, and perhaps the release of the President’s tax returns, I know Fine Tuning fans have been anxiously awaiting this Playlist. After all, Volume 1 of the Best of Fine Tuning dropped two years ago!
This Playlist covers a lot of ground, including my sabbatical last year in Chile – you will notice a few Spanish-language tracks mixed in from bands I discovered down there. If anyone is interested in reading more about my time in South America, check out the following posts: a travelogue around the Rolling Stones’ first ever concert in Uruguay (also my son’s first ever concert); a review of the Rock en Concé festival; Chilean and Argentinean bands worth a listen with a little cultural history thrown in for context; and a review of the erudite and extraordinary Chilean Pink Floyd cover band, Brain Damage.
Okay, without further ado, here it is: The Best of Fine Tuning, Vol. 2. This Playlist is available on Spotify.
“Wait For Me Virginia” by Hollis Brown
“Two Tone Cadillac” by T-Bird and the Breaks
“Get Gone” by Seratones
“Sweet Little Thing” by Lucero
“Miau Cat” by Julius Popper
“Audience” by Cold War Kids
“Que No Te Hagas Bobo Jacobo” by Molotov
“Kocaine Karolina” by Elle King
“Ballad of the Undecided” by Anthony D’Amato
“Papi, Dónde Está el Funk?” by Los Tetas
“I Can Tell Your Love Is Waning” by Slobberbone
“Who Built The Moon” by Shinyribs
“Otra Vez” by Ustedes Señalemelo
“Coma Girl” by Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros
“No Necesitamos Banderas” by Los Prisioneros
“Pray For Death” by Alien Gun