A chastised me yesterday for not leaving this post on the front page a bit longer (just the way the timing shook out, darling!), and because I am profoundly proud of how the final product turned out (and because it took about four tedious hours of cutting, pasting, and tinkering to splice it all together), I’m throwing this back up on top for the day. Three hundred sixty-seven days ago now, inspired by a flash of genius and grace at a traffic light one summer evening, I started a new “song of the day” feature on this website entitled Honey from the Hive. I had multiple goals when I decided to open up this Pandora’s box: I was looking for a way to goose reader traffic and make Brandon’s Buzz much more of a daily destination than an occasional read, as well as a way to shoehorn even more music-related fare into a blog whose primary purpose for existing was already to wax poetic on my eternal love of song. Most importantly, I had long been searching for a way to impel myself to write: write anything, write something, for this site every day. (Sadly, there are still occasional gaps between updates — though not nearly as many as there used to be — but otherwise, I couldn’t be more thrilled with how year one of this little side project has taken shape.) Looking at the list of 242 songs below is quite a trip: a wide cross-section of clashing styles are represented here — perfectly apropos, this, given my maddeningly broad tastes — and in just a minute or two, you can relive a brilliant year in the life of a lovably insane music fan, and understand with renewed clarity how every piece of my life — every friend I make, every breath I take (ha!), every movie I see, every conversation I start — is irrevocably colored by my passion and respect for the masterful melodies that score each of our days.


JULY 11: Dierks Bentley (featuring Del McCoury & The Punch Brothers)
“Pride (In the Name of Love)” (from Up on the Ridge) — Pride


JULY 12: Melissa Etheridge — “Fearless Love”
(from Fearless Love) — Fearless


JULY 13: Tara MacLean — “If I Fall” (from Passenger) — If


JULY 14: John Mellencamp — “Case 795 (The Family)”
(from Human Wheels) — Case


JULY 15: Dido — “Mary’s in India” (from Life for Rent) — Mary's


JULY 16: Laura Branigan — “Spanish Eddie”
(from The Best of Branigan) — Spanish


JULY 17: Sara Bareilles — “King of Anything”
(from Kaleidoscope Heart) — King


JULY 18: George Jones — “The King is Gone (So Are You)”
(from 16 Biggest Hits) — The


JULY 19: Norah Jones — “Jesus, Etc. (Sad, Sad Songs)”
(from The Fall [Deluxe Edition]) — Jesus,


JULY 20: Bernard Butler — “Not Alone” (from People Move On) — Not


JULY 21: Kris Allen — “Alright With Me” (from Kris Allen) — Alright


JULY 22: Lorrie Morgan — “Good As I Was to You”
(from To Get to You) — Good


JULY 23: Doyle Bramhall II & Smokestack — “Send Some Love”
(from Welcome) — Send


JULY 24: Christina Aguilera featuring Nicki Minaj — “Woohoo”
(from Bionic) — Woohoo


JULY 25: Linda Eder — “Once Upon a Dream”
(from Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical) — Once


JULY 26: Julia Fordham — “East West” (from Collection) — East


JULY 27: Tori Amos — “Jackie’s Strength”
(from From the Choirgirl Hotel) — Jackie's


JULY 28: Sugarland — “Stuck Like Glue”
(from The Incredible Machine) — Stuck


JULY 29: Semisonic — “Gone to the Movies”
(from Feeling Strangely Fine) — Gone


JULY 30: David Mead — “World of a King”
(from The Luxury of Time) — World


JULY 31: Res — “They-Say Vision” (from How I Do) — They-Say


AUGUST 1: Bette Midler — “All I Need to Know” (from No Frills) — All


AUGUST 2: Lee Brice — “Love Like Crazy” (from Love Like Crazy) — Love


AUGUST 3: Tasmin Archer — “One More Good Night With the Boys”
(from Bloom) — One


AUGUST 4: George Michael — “Jesus to a Child” (from Older) — Jesus


AUGUST 5: Jerry Reed — “When You’re Hot, You’re Hot”
(from The Essential Jerry Reed) — When


AUGUST 6: Macy Gray (featuring Velvet Revolver) — “Kissed It”
(from The Sellout) — Kissed


AUGUST 7: W.G. Snuffy Walden — “Friday Night Lights Main Title Theme”
(from Friday Night Lights, Vol. 2 [Original Television Soundtrack]) — Friday



Nick Drake — “Time Has Told Me” (from Way to Blue) — Time

Kelly Willis — “Time Has Told Me” (from What I Deserve)Time



Foo Fighters — “Home”
(from Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace) — Home

Sheryl Crow — “Home” (from Sheryl Crow) — Home



Kenny Chesney — “The Boys of Fall”
(from Hemingway’s Whiskey) — The

Fountains of Wayne — “All Kinds of Time”
(from Welcome Interstate Managers) — All



Cary Brothers — “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You”
(from Under Control) — Can't

Joshua Radin — “What If You” (from We Were Here) — What



Lee Ann Womack — “I’ll Think of a Reason Later”
(from Some Things I Know) — I'll

Joey + Rory — “Cheater, Cheater” (from The Life of a Song) — Cheater,



Pearl Jam — “Just Breathe” (from Backspacer) — Just

Pearl Jam — “Yellow Ledbetter”
(from Rearviewmirror [Greatest Hits 1991-2003]) — Yellow



Bruce Robison — “The Good Life” (from His Greatest) — The

Kelly Willis — “Not Forgotten You” (from What I Deserve) — Not



Candi Staton — “Young Hearts Run Free”
(from Young Hearts Run Free: The Best of Candi Staton) — Young

One Eskimo (featuring Candi Staton) — “Kandi”
(from One Eskimo) — Kandi


AUGUST 16: Tracey Thorn — “Oh, the Divorces!”
(from Love and its Opposite) — Oh,


AUGUST 17: Joshua Kadison — “Beau’s All Night Radio Love Line”
(from Painted Desert Serenade) — Beau's


AUGUST 18: Billy Bragg & Wilco (featuring Natalie Merchant)
“Way Over Yonder in the Minor Key” (from Mermaid Avenue) — Way


AUGUST 19: Joni Mitchell — “All I Want” (from Blue) — All


AUGUST 20: Cyndi Lauper (with Jonny Lang) — “How Blue Can You Get”
(from Memphis Blues) — How


AUGUST 21: Lady Antebellum — “Learning to Fly”
(from iTunes Sessions: Lady Antebellum) — Learning


AUGUST 22: Fleetwood Mac — “Steal Your Heart Away”
(from Say You Will) — Steal


AUGUST 23: The Band Perry — “If I Die Young”
(from The Band Perry) — If


AUGUST 24: Finley Quaye & William Orbit (featuring Beth Orton)
“Dice” (from Much More Than Much Love) — Dice


AUGUST 25: Celine Dion — “Taking Chances”
(from Taking Chances) — Taking


AUGUST 26: Court Yard Hounds (featuring Jakob Dylan)
“See You in the Spring” (from Court Yard Hounds) — See


AUGUST 27: John Lennon — “Nobody Told Me”
(from Lennon Legend: The Very Best of John Lennon) — Nobody


AUGUST 28: Carly Simon — “Coming Around Again”
(from Coming Around Again) — Coming


AUGUST 29: Joe Purdy — “City” (from Only Four Seasons) — The


AUGUST 30: Dave Matthews — “Gravedigger” (from Some Devil) — Gravedigger


AUGUST 31: Pat Benatar — “All Fired Up” (from Best Shots) — All


SEPTEMBER 1: Tanya Tucker — “Down to My Last Teardrop”
(from 20 Greatest Hits) — Down


SEPTEMBER 2: Chris Isaak — “Wicked Game”
(from Heart Shaped World) — Wicked


SEPTEMBER 3: Tori Amos — “I Don’t Like Mondays”
(from Strange Little Girls) — I


SEPTEMBER 4: Annie Lennox — “A Whiter Shade of Pale”
(from Medusa) — A


SEPTEMBER 6: Kings of Leon — “Manhattan”
(from Only By the Night) — Manhattan


SEPTEMBER 7: Westlife — “When You’re Looking Like That”
(from Unbreakable: The Greatest Hits, Vol. 1) — When


SEPTEMBER 8: Chantal Kreviazuk — “Surrounded”
(from Under These Rocks and Stones) — Surrounded


SEPTEMBER 9: LFO — “Every Other Time” (from Life is Good) — Every


SEPTEMBER 10: Mary Chapin Carpenter — “Grow Old With Me”
(from Party Doll and Other Favorites) — Grow


SEPTEMBER 11: Train — “Respect (Everybody Needs a Little)”
(from Drops of Jupiter) — Respect


SEPTEMBER 13: Tim McGraw — “Southern Voice”
(from Southern Voice) — Southern


SEPTEMBER 14: Jen Trynin — “Rang You and Ran”
(from Gun Shy Trigger Happy) — Rang


SEPTEMBER 15: The Script — “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved”
(from The Script) — The


SEPTEMBER 16: Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians — “Circle”
(from Shooting Rubberbands at the Stars) — Circle


SEPTEMBER 17: Natalie Cole — “Snowfall on the Sahara”
(from Snowfall on the Sahara) — Snowfall


SEPTEMBER 18: Elvis Presley — “Rubberneckin’ [Paul Oakenfold Mix]”
(from Elvis: 2nd to None) — Rubberneckin'


SEPTEMBER 19: The Proclaimers — “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)”
(from Sunshine On Leith) — I'm


SEPTEMBER 20: Bernadette Peters — “Running On Faith”
(from I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight) — Running


SEPTEMBER 21: Hanson — “Been There Before” (from The Walk) — Been


SEPTEMBER 22: Alanis Morissette — “No Pressure Over Cappuccino [live]”
(from MTV Unplugged: Alanis Morissette) — No


SEPTEMBER 23: Jimmy Eat World — “Hear You Me”
(from Bleed American) — Hear


SEPTEMBER 24: George Strait — “Blue Clear Sky”
(from Blue Clear Sky) — Blue


SEPTEMBER 25: Meat Loaf — “It Just Won’t Quit”
(from Bat Out of Hell II [Back Into Hell]) — It


SEPTEMBER 27: Rob Thomas — “Problem Girl”
(from …Something to Be) — Problem


SEPTEMBER 28: Natasha Bedingfield
“These Words (I Love You, I Love You)” (from Unwritten) — These


SEPTEMBER 29: Enya — “Wild Child” (from A Day Without Rain) — Wild


SEPTEMBER 30: Josh Groban — “To Where You Are”
(from Josh Groban) — To


OCTOBER 1: cast of Glee — “Toxic”
(from Toxic [Glee Cast Version]) — Toxic


OCTOBER 2: David Gray — “Babylon” (from White Ladder) — Babylon


OCTOBER 3: Lady GaGa — “Eh Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)”
(from The Fame) — Eh,


OCTOBER 4: The Reverend Al Green & Lyle Lovett
“Funny How Time Slips Away” (from Rhythm, Country & Blues) — Funny


OCTOBER 5: Ani DiFranco — “As Is” (from Little Plastic Castle) — As


OCTOBER 6: Janet Jackson — “Miss You Much”
(from Rhythm Nation 1814) — Miss


OCTOBER 7: Miranda Lambert
“That’s the Way That the World Goes ‘Round” (from Revolution) — That's


OCTOBER 8: Train — “Counting Airplanes”
(from My Private Nation) — Counting


OCTOBER 9: Amanda Marshall — “Sittin’ On Top of the World”
(from Amanda Marshall) — Sitting


OCTOBER 11: Chris Botti — “Nessun Dorma” (from Italia) — Nessun


OCTOBER 12: Ryan Adams — “New York, New York” (from Gold) — New


OCTOBER 13: Ben’s Brother — “Time”
(from Beta Male Fairytales) — Time


OCTOBER 14: Emmylou Harris — “Goin’ Back to Harlan [live]”
(from Lilith Fair: A Celebration of Women in Music) — Going


OCTOBER 15: Santana featuring India.Arie & Yo-Yo Ma
“While My Guitar Gently Weeps”
(from Guitar Heaven: The Greatest Guitar Classics of All Time) — While


OCTOBER 16: The National — “Start a War” (from Boxer) — Start


OCTOBER 17: Patty Griffin — “Let Him Fly”
(from Living With Ghosts) — Let


OCTOBER 18: Chantal Kreviazuk — “M (Next Train to the Moon)”
(from Colour Moving and Still) — M


OCTOBER 19: Matisyahu — “One Day” (from Light) — One


OCTOBER 20: Sugarland — “Incredible Machine”
(from The Incredible Machine) — Incredible


OCTOBER 21: Scala & Kolacny Brothers — “Creep”
(from Creep [Single]) — Creep


OCTOBER 22: Nanci Griffith (with Darius Rucker)
“Love at the Five and Dime” (from The Dust Bowl Symphony) — Love


OCTOBER 23: T’Pau — “Heart and Soul”
(from Heart and Soul: The Best of T’Pau) — Heart


OCTOBER 24: Danielle Brisebois — “Five Friends”
(from Portable Life) — Five


OCTOBER 25: Stevie Nicks & Lindsay Buckingham — “Twisted”
(from Twister [Music from the Motion Picture]) — Twisted


OCTOBER 26: Chris Wall — “Three Across” (from Tainted Angel) — Three


OCTOBER 27: Santana featuring Chris Daughtry — “Photograph”
(from Guitar Heaven: The Greatest Guitar Classics of All Time) — Photograph


OCTOBER 28: Patti LaBelle & Kristine W — “Land of the Living”
(from Classic Moments) — Land


OCTOBER 29: INXS — “Beautiful Girl”
(from Shine Like It Does: The Anthology (1979-1997) ) — Beautiful


OCTOBER 30: Cyndi Lauper — “A Part Hate”
(from Hat Full of Stars) — A


OCTOBER 31: Leona Lewis — “Brave” (from Echo) — Brave - Echo (Deluxe Version)


NOVEMBER 1: Everything But the Girl — “Apron Strings [live]”
(from Acoustic) — Apron Strings (Live) - Acoustic


NOVEMBER 2: Taylor Swift — “Back to December”
(from Speak Now) — Back to December - Speak Now


NOVEMBER 3: Taylor Swift — “Long Live” (from Speak Now) — Long Live - Speak Now


NOVEMBER 4: Roxette — “The Look” (from Look Sharp!) — The Look - Look Sharp!


NOVEMBER 5: Ben Folds Five — “Brick”
(from Whatever and Ever Amen) — Brick - Whatever and Ever Amen


NOVEMBER 6: Bruno Mars — “Talking to the Moon”
(from Doo-Wops & Hooligans) — Talking to the Moon - Doo-Wops & Hooligans (Deluxe Version)


NOVEMBER 7: Richard Marx — “Hazard” (from Greatest Hits) — Hazard - Greatest Hits


NOVEMBER 8: Shania Twain — “Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)”
(from Come On Over [International Version]) — Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You) - Come On Over (International Version)


NOVEMBER 9: Katie Melua — “Just Like Heaven”
(from Piece By Piece) — Just Like Heaven - Piece By Piece


NOVEMBER 10: Tori Amos — “The Waitress”
(from Under the Pink) — The Waitress - Under the Pink


NOVEMBER 11: Reba McEntire — “If I Were a Boy”
(from All the Women I Am) — If I Were a Boy - All the Women I Am


NOVEMBER 12: Dar Williams — “Closer to Me”
(from The Beauty of the Rain) — Closer to Me - The Beauty of the Rain


NOVEMBER 13: Barenaked Ladies — “Theme from The Big Bang Theory
(from Theme from The Big Bang Theory [single]) — Big Bang Theory Theme - Big Bang Theory Theme - Single


NOVEMBER 14: Damien Rice (with Lisa Hannigan)
“Nine Crimes” (from 9) — 9 Crimes - 9


NOVEMBER 15: Jerrod Niemann — “What Do You Want”
(from Judge Jerrod and the Hung Jury) — What Do You Want - Judge Jerrod & The Hung Jury


NOVEMBER 16: Patrice Pike and the Black Box Rebellion
“Miss Ramona” (from Fencing Under Fire) — Ms. Ramona - fencing Under Fire


NOVEMBER 17: Joni Mitchell — “If I Had a Heart” (from Shine) — If I Had a Heart - Shine


NOVEMBER 18: the cast of Glee (featuring Gwyneth Paltrow)
“Forget You” (from Glee, The Music: Volume 4) — Forget You (Glee Cast Version) [feat. Gwyneth Paltrow] - Forget You (Glee Cast Version) [feat. Gwyneth Paltrow] - Single


NOVEMBER 19: Cowboy Junkies — “Hollow as a Bone”
(from Miles From Our Home) — Hollow As a Bone - Miles from Our Home


NOVEMBER 20: Lee DeWyze — “Me and My Jealousy”
(from Live It Up) — Me and My Jealousy - Live It Up


NOVEMBER 22: Semisonic — “Singing in My Sleep”
(from Feeling Strangely Fine) — Singing in My Sleep - Feeling Strangely Fine


NOVEMBER 23: Sugarland — “Every Girl Like Me”
(from The Incredible Machine) — Every Girl Like Me - The Incredible Machine (Deluxe Edition)


NOVEMBER 24: Pink — “God is a DJ” (from Try This) — God Is a DJ - Try This


NOVEMBER 25: Dido — “Thank You” (from No Angel) — Thank You - No Angel


NOVEMBER 26: Christina Aguilera — “Show Me How You Burlesque”
(from Burlesque [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]) — Show Me How You Burlesque - Burlesque (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


NOVEMBER 27: Lee Greenwood — “Dixie Road”
(from The Best of Lee Greenwood) — Dixie Road - 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: Best of Lee Greenwood


NOVEMBER 29: Kate Rusby — “The Wild Goose” (from Sleepless) — The Wild Goose - Sleepless


NOVEMBER 30: Soul II Soul (featuring Caron Wheeler)
“Back to Life (However Do You Want Me)” (from Keep On Movin’) — Back to Life (However Do You Want Me) - Club Classics Vol. One: 10th Anniversary Edition


DECEMBER 1: The Pretenders — “2000 Miles”
(from The Singles) — 2000 Miles - The Singles


DECEMBER 2: Lady Antebellum — “Need You Now”
(from Need You Now) — Need You Now - Need You Now


DECEMBER 3: Brendan James — “Stupid for Your Love”
(from Brendan James) — Stupid for Your Love - Brendan James (Bonus Track Version)


DECEMBER 4: Basia Bulat — “If It Rains” (from Heart of My Own) — If It Rains - Heart of My Own (Bonus Track Version)


DECEMBER 5: Madonna (featuring Lil Wayne)
“Revolver [David Guetta One Love Mix]” (from One Love 2010) — Revolver (One Love Remix) [Madonna vs. David Guetta] {feat. Lil Wayne} - One Love (Deluxe Version)


DECEMBER 6: Blake Shelton — “Ol’ Red”
(from Loaded: The Best of Blake Shelton) — Ol' Red - Loaded: The Best of Blake Shelton


DECEMBER 7: Daniel Bedingfield — “Blown It Again”
(from Gotta Get Thru This) — Blown It Again - Gotta Get Thru This


DECEMBER 8: Cyndi Lauper — “Girls Just Want to Have Fun”
(from She’s So Unusual) — Girls Just Want to Have Fun - She's So Unusual (Remastered)


DECEMBER 9: Zac Brown Band — “Colder Weather”
(from You Get What You Give) — Colder Weather - You Get What You Give (Deluxe Version)


DECEMBER 10: Natasha Bedingfield — “Little Too Much”
(from Strip Me) — Little Too Much - Strip Me (Deluxe Version)


DECEMBER 11: Kenny Loggins (with Stevie Nicks)
“Whenever I Call You Friend” (from The Essential Kenny Loggins) — Whenever I Call You


DECEMBER 12: Dolly Parton — “Think About Love”
(from The Essential Dolly Parton) — Think About Love - I Will Always Love You - The Essential Dolly Parton One


DECEMBER 13: Celine Dion — “Have a Heart” (from Unison) — Have a Heart - Unison


DECEMBER 14: Jon McLaughlin — “We All Need Saving”
(from OK Now) — We All Need Saving - OK Now (Bonus Track Version)


DECEMBER 15: Everything But the Girl — “Missing [Todd Terry Mix]”
(from Amplified Heart) — Missing (Remix) - Amplified Heart (Bonus Track Version)


DECEMBER 16: Red Hot Chili Peppers — “Californication”
(from Greatest Hits) — Californication - Red Hot Chili Peppers: Greatest Hits


DECEMBER 17: Wham! — “Last Christmas” (from Twenty Five) — Last Christmas (Remastered 2006) - Twenty Five


DECEMBER 19: Elvis Presley — “Never Been to Spain”
(from Viva Las Vegas) — Never Been to Spain (Live) - Elvis: Viva Las Vegas (Remastered)


DECEMBER 20: Carnie & Wendy Wilson — “Hey Santa!”
(from Hey Santa!) — Hey Santa! - Hey Santa!


DECEMBER 21: Jose Feliciano — “Feliz Navidad”
(from Now That’s What I Call Christmas! The Signature Collection) — Feliz Navidad - The Essential NOW That's What I Call Christmas


DECEMBER 22: Wynonna Judd — “Ave Maria”
(from A Classic Christmas) — Ave Maria - A Classic Christmas


DECEMBER 23: Faith Hill — “Where Are You Christmas”
(from Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas
[Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]
) — Where Are You Christmas - Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


DECEMBER 24: Cyndi Lauper — “Home On Christmas Day”
(from Merry Christmas… Have a Nice Life!) — Home On Christmas Day - Merry Christmas...Have a Nice Life


DECEMBER 25: Everything But the Girl — “25th December”
(from Amplified Heart) — 25th December - Amplified Heart (Bonus Track Version)


DECEMBER 27: Teena Marie — “Lovergirl” (from Greatest Hits) — Lovergirl - Teena Marie: Greatest Hits


JANUARY 31: Neil Young — “Philadelphia (City of Brotherly Love)”
(from Philadelphia [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]) — Philadelphia - Philadelphia (Music From the Motion Picture)


FEBRUARY 1: Joan Osborne — “Right Hand Man” (from Relish) — Right Hand Man - Relish


FEBRUARY 7: Patty Loveless — “You Can Feel Bad”
(from The Trouble With the Truth) — You Can Feel Bad - The Trouble With the Truth


FEBRUARY 8: Eminem — “Lose Yourself”
(from 8 Mile [Music From and Inspired By the Motion Picture]) — Lose Yourself - 8 Mile (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)


FEBRUARY 14: Patty Griffin (with Buddy Miller) — “Never Grow Old”
(from Downtown Church) — Never Grow Old (feat. Buddy Miller) - Downtown Church


FEBRUARY 18: Orianthi — “Believe” (from Believe [II]) — Believe - Believe (II)


FEBRUARY 26: A.R. Rahman featuring Dido — “If I Rise”
(from 127 Hours [Music from the Motion Picture]) — If I Rise - 127 Hours (Music from the Motion Picture)


FEBRUARY 28: Christopher Cross (with Michael McDonald)
“Ride Like the Wind” (from The Very Best of Christopher Cross) — Ride Like the Wind - Christopher Cross


MARCH 7: Adam Lambert — “If I Had You”
(from For Your Entertainment) — If I Had You - For Your Entertainment (Deluxe Version)


MARCH 8: Tori Amos — “Cloud On My Tongue”
(from Under the Pink) — Cloud On My Tongue - Under the Pink


MARCH 10: Avril Lavigne — “What the Hell”
(from Goodbye Lullaby) — What the Hell - Goodbye Lullaby (Deluxe Edition)


MARCH 11: Terence Trent D’Arby — “Wishing Well” — Wishing Well - Do You Love Me Like You Say: The Very Best Of Terence Trent D'Arby
(from Do You Love Me Like You Say: The Very Best of Terence Trent D’Arby)


MARCH 17: Iron & Wine — “Glad Man Singing”
(from Kiss Each Other Clean) — Glad Man Singing - Kiss Each Other Clean (Deluxe Version)


MARCH 19: Easton Corbin — “Someday When I’m Old”
(from Easton Corbin) — Someday When I'm Old - Easton Corbin


MARCH 22: Keri Hilson — “Pretty Girl Rock”
(from No Boys Allowed) — Pretty Girl Rock - No Boys Allowed (Deluxe)


MARCH 23: 10,000 Maniacs — “I’m Not the Man”
(from MTV Unplugged) — I'm Not the Man (Live) - MTV Unplugged: 10,000 Maniacs


MARCH 24: James Taylor — “Enough to Be On Your Way”
(from Hourglass) — Enough to Be On Your Way - Hourglass


MARCH 25: Prince and the New Power Generation (featuring Rosie Gaines)
— “Diamonds and Pearls” (from The Very Best of Prince) — Diamonds and Pearls (Edit) - The Very Best of Prince


MARCH 31: Christina Perri — “Jar of Hearts” (from Jar of Hearts) — Jar of Hearts - Single - Christina Perri


APRIL 1: Lyle Lovett — “Nobody Knows Me (Like My Baby)”
(from Lyle Lovett and His Large Band) — Nobody Knows Me - Lyle Lovett and His Large Band


APRIL 3: Mel McDaniel — “Baby’s Got Her Blue Jeans On”
(from Greatest Hits) — Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On - Mel McDaniel: Greatest Hits


APRIL 4: Jason Aldean & Kelly Clarkson — “Don’t You Wanna Stay”
(from My Kinda Party) — Don't You Wanna Stay (with Kelly Clarkson) - My Kinda Party


APRIL 6: Van Morrison
“Jackie Wilson Said (I’m in Heaven When You Smile)”
(from Still On Top: The Greatest Hits) — Jackie Wilson Said (I'm In Heaven When You Smile) - Still On Top - The Greatest Hits (Deluxe Version)


APRIL 8: Lady GaGa — “Born This Way [Country Road Mix]”
(from Born This Way [Country Road Mix]) — Born This Way (The Country Road Version) - Born This Way (The Country Road Version) - Single


APRIL 11: Sara Bareilles — “Uncharted”
(from Kaleidoscope Heart) — Uncharted - Kaleidoscope Heart


APRIL 13: Bobby Bland — “Ain’t No Love in the Heart of the City”
(from The Definitive Collection) — Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City - Bobby Bland: The Anthology


APRIL 16: Belinda Carlisle — “Heaven is a Place On Earth”
(from Her Greatest Hits) — Heaven Is a Place On Earth - Belinda Carlisle: Her Greatest Hits


APRIL 17: Meredith Brooks — “Bitch” (from Blurring the Edges) — Bitch - Blurring The Edges


APRIL 18: Sinead O’Connor — “No Man’s Woman”
(from Faith and Courage) — No Man's Woman - Faith and Courage


APRIL 19: Paul Simon — “Old” (from You’re the One) — Old - You're the One


APRIL 22: Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova
“Broken Hearted Hoover Fixer Sucker Guy”
(from Once [Music from the Motion Picture]) — Broken Hearted Hoover Fixer Sucker Guy - Once (Music from the Motion Picture)


APRIL 24: Duran Duran — “The Reflex” (from Greatest) — The Reflex - Greatest


APRIL 25: Amanda Marshall — “Love Lift Me”
(from Tuesday’s Child) — Love Lift Me - Tuesday's Child


APRIL 27: Ben Folds Five — “Don’t Change Your Plans”
(from The Unauthorized Biography of Reinhold Messner) — Don't Change Your Plans - The Unauthorized Biography of Reinhold Messner


APRIL 29: John Waite — “If You Ever Get Lonely”
(from Rough and Tumble) — If You Ever Get Lonely - Rough & Tumble


APRIL 30: Javier Colon — “Time After Time”
(from Time After Time [“The Voice” Performance]) — Time After Time (The Voice Performance) - Time After Time (The Voice Performance) - Single


MAY 2: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
“The Rising” (from The Rising) — The Rising - The Rising


MAY 4: Augustana — “Steal Your Heart” (from Augustana) — Steal Your Heart - Augustana


MAY 5: Stevie Nicks — “Moonlight (A Vampire’s Dream)”
(from In Your Dreams) — Moonlight (A Vampire's Dream) - In Your Dreams (Deluxe Version)


MAY 7: Afro-Celt Soundsystem featuring Peter Gabriel
“When You’re Falling” (from Volume 3: Further in Time) — When You're Falling (feat. Peter Gabriel) - Volume 3: Further In Time


MAY 8: Brad Paisley featuring Alabama — “Old Alabama”
(from This is Country Music) — Old Alabama (feat. Alabama) - Old Alabama (feat. Alabama) - Single


MAY 10: Vitamin C — “Graduation (Friends Forever)”
(from Vitamin C) — Graduation (Friends Forever) - Vitamin C


MAY 11: Lauren Christy — “The Color of the Night”
(from Lauren Christy) — The Color of the Night - Lauren Christy


MAY 13: Ray LaMontagne and the Pariah Dogs — “Old Before Your Time”
(from God Willin’ and the Creek Don’t Rise) — Old Before Your Time - God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise


MAY 14: Patty Griffin — “Chief” (from 1000 Kisses) — Chief - 1000 Kisses


MAY 21: JTX — “Love in America” (from Love in America [Single]) — Love In America - Love In America - Single


MAY 22: iio — “Rapture (Tastes So Sweet)” (from Poetica) — Rapture - Poetica


MAY 23: The O’Jays — “For the Love of Money”
(from The Essential O’Jays) — For the Love of Money - The Essential O'Jays


MAY 27: Katy Perry — “Hot and Cold” (from One of the Boys) — Hot N Cold - One of the Boys


MAY 29: The Judds — “Grandpa (Tell Me ‘Bout the Good Old Days)”
(from I Will Stand By You: The Essential Collection) — Grandpa (Tell Me Bout the Good Old Days) - I Will Stand By You - The Essential Collection


MAY 30: Robert Bradley’s Blackwater Surprise
“Once Upon a Time (I Remember)”
(from Robert Bradley’s Blackwater Surprise) — Once Upon a Time - Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise


JUNE 4: Little Big Town — “Shut Up Train”
(from The Reason Why) — Shut Up Train - The Reason Why


JUNE 5: Sugarland — “Incredible Machine [interlude]”
(from The Incredible Machine) — Incredible Machine (Interlude) - The Incredible Machine (Deluxe Edition)


JUNE 6: George Michael & Queen — “Somebody to Love”
(from Ladies & Gentlemen: The Best of George Michael) — Somebody to Love - Ladies & Gentlemen - The Best of George Michael


JUNE 7: Matraca Berg — “A Cold, Rainy Morning in London in June”
(from The Dreaming Fields) — A Cold, Rainy Morning In London In June - The Dreaming Fields


JUNE 13: Clarence Clemons (with Jackson Browne)
“You’re a Friend of Mine” (from Hero) — You're a Friend of Mine - Hero


JUNE 15: Cary Brothers — “Ride” (from Who You Are) — Ride - Who You Are (Bonus Track Version)


JUNE 16: Michael Grimm — “Red” (from Michael Grimm) — Red - Michael Grimm


JUNE 17: Lady GaGa — “Marry the Night” (from Born This Way) — Marry the Night - Born This Way (Bonus Track Version)


JUNE 18: Duncan Sheik — “Bite Your Tongue” (from Humming) — Bite Your Tongue - Humming


JUNE 19: Billy Joel — “Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song)”
(from The Essential Billy Joel) — Movin' Out (Anthony's Song) - The Essential Billy Joel


JUNE 20: Train — “She’s On Fire” (from Drops of Jupiter) — She's On Fire - Drops of Jupiter


JUNE 21: The Sundays — “Summertime” (from Static and Silence) — Summertime - Static & Silence


JUNE 23: Cee-Lo Green — “Bright Lights, Bigger City”
(from The Lady Killer) — Bright Lights Bigger City - The Lady Killer (Deluxe Version)


JUNE 24: Cutting Crew — “(I Just) Died in Your Arms”
(from The Best of Cutting Crew) — (I Just) Died in Your Arms [Extended Remix] - The Best of Cutting Crew


JUNE 25: Martina McBride — “Lies” (from Shine) — Lies - Shine


JUNE 27: Katie Melua — “If the Lights Go Out” (from Pictures) — If the Lights Go Out - Pictures


JUNE 30: Javier Colon — “Stitch By Stitch” (from Stitch By Stitch) — Stitch By Stitch (The Voice Performance) - Stitch By Stitch (The Voice Performance) - Single


JULY 3: INXS (featuring Pat Monahan) — “Beautiful Girl”
(from Original Sin) — Beautiful Girl (feat. Pat Monahan) - Original Sin


JULY 4: Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers — “4th of July”
(from Glassjaw Boxer) — 4th of July - Glassjaw Boxer


JULY 6: Paul Simon — “Pigs, Sheep, and Wolves”
(from You’re the One) — Pigs, Sheep and Wolves - You're the One


JULY 10: Kendall Payne — “Honest” (from Jordan’s Sister) — Honest - Jordan's Sister


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