Radio Playlist: New Music April 2010

Time to add some new music to the Zooglobble Radio Station. This playlist airs in the mid-afternoons (West Coast time) and includes tracks from some of the disks that have crossed my desk over the past couple months (mostly, anyway -- I wanted to include Daisy Mayhem and Haley Bonar -- so sue me). There are some tracks from forthcoming albums -- Recess Monkey, StarFish, Sugar Free Allstars. Even if you can't listen in the afternoon, the tracks are scattered throughout the day, too.

The Cat Came Back - Alex Sanders (And The Meowtones) - Eats Paste
Cinderella - Andrew Queen - Too Tall
The Crawdad Man - Austin Collins And The Rainbirds - Eats Paste
Sleep the Whole Day Through - Bill Harley - Rock & Roll Playground
Ranky Tanky - Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem - Ranky Tanky
Willy Won't - Debbie And Friends - More Story Songs & Sing Alongs
Half Rock Angel - The Dirty Sock Funtime Band - Sock-A-Delic
In The Morning - Flannery Brothers - Move Over Lullabies... It's Time For Wake Up Songs!
Sing! - Funky Mama - Sing!
Sing With Me - Haley Bonar - Sing With Me
Buckeye Jim - Heidi Swedberg and the Sukey Jump Band - Play!
We Love, We Learn, We Grow - Lennon's Song - We Love, We Learn, We Grow
Circles - Mista Cookie Jar - The Love Bubble
I Wanna Stand Up - Opus Ditty And The Hoedown Gang - Let's Go Fishing
Tiny Cool - Princess Katie & Racer Steve - Tiny Cool
Ralph & Ralph's Song - Ralph And Ralph - Opposites
Worms - Ratboy Jr. - Smorgasbord
Constellation Conga - Recess Monkey - The Final Funktier
Playground!!! - Roy Handy & the Moonshot - (I'm Gonna Be) Your Best Friend
Rhymes - StarFish - Enter Sandbox
Little Red Wagon - Sugar Free Allstars - Funky Fresh And Sugar Free
Willie and the Hand Jive - Taj Mahal & Linda Tillery - Rock & Roll Playground
New Game - Tim And The Space Cadets - The Greatest Party Ever
Shake It Off! - Uncle Rock - The Big Picture

Due to internet radio restrictions, the playlist is in shuffle mode on the station -- songs are listed here in alphabetical order (according to iTunes, which doesn't like last names so much).