6am Repeat is a recurring feature here at Folk Hive in which we stream the latest track that plays incessantly in the earbuds when we awake at that hour and imbibe massive amounts of coffee and cigarettes in preparation for the advancing day. Consider it your jam of the day — a sweet, sweet gift from me to you. I love you, dude.
There is good music and that music is good for different things. There is music for driving, to insert into the cd player while you scoot around with the sunroof open and the window down, wind in your hair. There is music for somber times, there is music for breakups (it’s called sad bastard and I have a fucking PhD in that shit). There are jams for waking up and jams for falling asleep.
And then there are jams for the outdoors, which you know if you have outdoor places you can frequent when the weather warms. There are songs suited for the river, potentially the greatest place on this planet. Spirit Family Reunion is music for the river, for the interim before you set out on the waters, while you gather at the bank and drop in canoes, cold beer in hand. Spirit Family Reunion is music for the river…
Spirit Family Reunion :: When My Name Is Spoken