Man, what an unbelievably fun show we had last night on 101.5 FM. Eryc Eyl, Tom Murphy and A.H. Goldstein joined me in the studio for the first of a two part Moovers & Shakers special edition of the show. Over the course of two hours, as we discussed and played some of our favorite music from the past year, we swung through a wide array of styles, from shimmery indie rock and pop to psych pop and metal to hip-hop and jazz to folk and Americana. In two weeks -- we're taking Christmas eve off for obvious reasons -- we'll be broadcasting part two of Moovers & Shakers, playing plenty of the music we didn't get to this time around. Quick heads-up, though: Since that Wednesday is New Year's Eve, we'll be on the air on Tuesday night instead (just that week), from 8-10 p.m. Hope you can tune in. In the meantime, here's the playlist from last night's show. -- Dave Herrera
Mile High Fidelity - 12.17.08
Moovers & Shakers edition
Kosmos - "Apocalypse"
Ego vs Id - "The Game I'm In"
Wentworth Kersey - "Ears Burn"
Abracastabya - "Freedom Doesn't Take a Snow Day"
Ghost Buffalo - "Gold Disease"
Time - "Images of Two Dead Spaniards"
Widowers - "Titaness"
Rachael Pollard - "Crazy for You"
Eyes Caught Fire - "Like Monsters"
Bad Luck City - "The Girls of St. Magdalene's Parish"
Action Packed Thrill Ride - "I Was a Good Man"
d.biddle - "Black Sails"
Pictureplane - "Trance Doll"
The Natural Selection - "Down Elevator"
Taun Taun - "Behold the Priestess"
To Be Eaten - "Metal"
Drag the River - "Rangement"
Ellison Park - "From Up In My Tree"
Overcasters - "Hey Hope"
The Fire Drills - "Cheap Lies"
Fred Hess Band - "Norman's Gold"
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