~Cautiously Optimistic~


Earthshine with sarasmile is on pins and needles this week with the fate of Election 2020 still in the balance. With cautious optimism, the tunes this week are aiming for a breath of fresh air and some aural sage to the anxiety-provoking current events. We’ve got indie jams from The Clean and Medium Medium, some soul and funk from the likes of King Curtis, Jimmy McGriff, and Chris Clark, and some sunlight from the king of good vibes, William Onyeabor. Hit play and cross your fingers, Earthshine is hoping for some good results.

[Photo: Ming Smith, America Seen Through Stars and Stripes, New York City, NY, 1976]

Featured Artist from : William Onyeabor


The Orchard Enterprises: Sara Smile (Karaoke Version)
The Clean: Stars
Medium Medium: Hungry, So Angry
Ice: Funky Lovin’
Chris Clark: Don’t Be Too Long
King Curtis: Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours)
The Black on White Affair: Bold Soul Sister, Bold Soul Brother
Shintaro Sakamoto: Let’s Dance Raw
Jimmy McGriff: Groove Grease
Leon Russell & The Shelter People: Warm-Up Jam
Crazy Horse: Dirty, Dirty
The Paragons: Quiet Place
Two Plus Two: I’m Sure
Steve Forbert: Romeo’s Tune
Edwin Starr: I’m Still a Struggling Man
4th Coming: We Got Love
Ohio Players: Here Today and Gone Tomorrow
CFCF: Subdivisions
William Onyeabor: Everyday