Goodbye Rain

Here’s a Spotify playlist of 25 songs that prompted me to hit “like” this spring and summer.

Here are the songs on the playlist:

  • Goodbye Rain — Hush Kids — Hush Kids
  • Yo Mae Leh — Invisible Minds — Make up Your Own Stories
  • Trying — The Staves — Trying
  • Nothing’s Gonna Happen (Demo) — The Staves
  • By Your Side — Ane Brun — Leave Me Breathless
  • What You Want — May Erlewine — Mother Lion
  • Moon Song — Phoebe Bridgers — Punisher
  • Julianna Calm Down — The Chicks — Gaslighter
  • A Feeling Felt or a Feeling Made — Siv Jakobsen — A Feeling Felt or a Feeling Made
  • Is There Something in the Movies? — Samia — The Baby
  • Rest — Leif Vollebekk — Twin Solitude
  • Darcy’s Song — Sierra Eagleson — Darcy’s Song
  • Sad Girl Summer — Maisie Peters — Sad Girl Summer
  • Slow Burn — Kacey Musgraves — Golden Hour
  • Soft Line — Lucy Wainwright Roche — Little Beast
  • Elergy for the Present — Philip Glass, Dennis Russell Davies
  • Options Open — Kathleen Edwards — Total Freedom
  • Spiracles — COMA — Voyage Voyage
  • Warped Window — Anna Mieke — Idle Mind
  • Tourism (feat. Fenne Lily) — Henry Jamison, Fenne Lily
  • Wild — May Erlewine — Mother Lion
  • I Burn but I Am Not Consumed — Karine Polwart — Laws of Motion
  • Zona Rosa — Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh, Thomas Bartlett
  • Salters Road — Karine Polwart — Traces
  • Killer + The Sound — Phoebe Bridgers, Noah Gundersen, Abby Gundersen
Oliver makes a Spotify playlist before going to bed every night, something he’s been doing for several years now. Meaning he has hundreds of playlists, to my one. It’s a start.


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Claus on September 22, 2020 - 15:49 Permalink

Nice list! In order to check it out, I duplicated it in the apple world

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Peter Rukavina on September 22, 2020 - 16:12 Permalink

Wouldn’t it be great is songs had ISBN-like unique IDs and there was a universal playlist format, or at least an easy way to import and export playlists across music kingdoms.

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Jarek on September 22, 2020 - 16:50 Permalink

MusicBrainz has "MBID" GUIDs that do identify songs/recordings/albums/artists/etc, and that database is licensed under CC0 which is effectively public domain. I don't know about support on other platforms, but I'm not holding my breath...

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Peter Rukavina on September 22, 2020 - 18:44 Permalink

I created a public “collection” in MusicBrainz for this playlist. You can’t actually listen to it there, but you can get the metadata (some of which I had to add, as the artists or the release weren’t in the database yet). Thanks for pointing to this.