MUSICAL BRAIN SCAN SERIES: NATHAN STEWART
Dear sixties souls, we're very thrilled to introduce you today to GMK Musical Brain Scan series. This new curative blog will be focused on music. It will consist of 15 songs playlists curated by creative minds with who we share common DNA. For about an hour, get to know new groovy humans by discovering their musical brain scan.
For this first playlist we would like to introduce to you Nathan Stewart. He is the founder and creative mind behind Bad Luck Magazine. Bad Luck was created with inspiration from the 1960s and 1970s publishing counter-culture. It was born as a response to the glossy, conservative music press that over saturates the industry in modern times, with a desire to bring musical journalism back to its rock and roll roots. From its inception it has remained independent and unbiased, and run by individuals whose passion for music outweighs anything else.
Frank Sinatra once said that rock and roll was “phony and false and it is sung, played and written for the most part by cretinous goons.” Well damn, call us the biggest goons, ’cause we came for the rock and roll.
We've asked Nathan for his musical brain scan, here it is:
What A Mess Again - Les Variations
Jailbird (Original Memphis Recording) - Primal Scream
Moon - The Lemon Twigs
Ooh La La - Faces
You Can't Always Get What You Want - The Rolling Stones
For What It's Worth - Buffalo Springfield
Nancy from Now On - Father John Misty
Summer Wine - Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood
Old Man - Neil Young
Hospital - The Modern Lovers
I Let Love In - Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds
Kashmir - Led Zeppelin
Down on the Street - The Stooges
Marquee Moon - Television
Perfect Day - Lou Reed
This playlist is also available on Spotify here
Feel free to mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any requests,
Stay Trippy Little Hippies,
Good Morning Keith's team