RISK! Podcast
  • Episode:#824
  • Date:March 27, 2017
  • Run Time:1:32:35
  • Download: MP3

The Best of RISK! Music 12

Our twelfth collection of our favorite music from the most recent RISK! episodes.

Risk-1 by Morningbell
Come Home by Chappo
Girls and Boys In Love by The Rumble Strips
Booty City by Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears
Cautionary Tale by Dylan LeBlanc
Make You Crazy (feat. Femi Kuti) by Brett Dennen
Guttersnipe by Bhi Bhiman
Ottoman by Vampire Weekend
Respect Yourself by The Staple Singers
Safe Side by Wheeland Brothers
Set Me Free (feat. Nile Rodgers & The Americanos) by Herizen Guardiola
Empty Heart by Grace Potter
Numb by Max Jury
Soulfight by The Revivalists
Burn the Witch by Radiohead
Heaven by The Walkmen
Seen It All Before by Amos Lee
Congo by Bear Mountain
The Life by Gary Clark Jr.
Curse Me Good by The Heavy
Dark Eyes by Iron & Wine and Calexico
Don’t Worry (feat. Ray Dalton) by Madcon
Lay Low by Crystal Fighters

Need more music?

Check out The Best of RISK! Music #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, and #13!

Also, all songs featured in the Best of RISK! Music episodes can also be found on Spotify by clicking HERE

 


5 Comments

  1. The opening of “Make You Crazy” always makes me think I’m about to hear “Sweet City Woman” by the Stampeders.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CPt3eSBJiQ

  2. What a great song! I’ll see if the Stampeders have a Best Of album to buy. And that Bret Dennen video on YouTube is so fun because he looks so totally unlike a pop star. In fact, he looks like younger me!

  3. I love the music episodes, I always find it hard finding good music in the sea of stuff out there and having people cooler than me curating these episodes is great. Booty City FTW!

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  5. Risk Music Comps are always a go to. Bhi Bhiman “Guttersnipe” is killer. “Make You Crazy”…so fresh, so good…has sections that sound like King Harvest’s “Dancing In the Moonlight”.

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