Local luminaries’ picks

By SAM PFEIFLE  |  December 22, 2009

Abel Adame, recording engineer — “Wasted,” Paranoid Social Club
Spencer Albee, Spencer and the School Spirit Mafia — “Be in Love,” Dominic and the Lucid
Adam Ayan, engineer, Gateway Mastering — “Two Girls,” Paranoid Social Club
Rowan Bishop, By Blood Alone — “Ride with Us,” Covered in Bees
Chris Brown, VP, Bull Moose — “Big Old House,” Spencer and the School Spirit Mafia
Bebe Buell, vixen — “Blood Flows,” Vacationland
Eric Bettencourt, singer/songwriter — “Cease to Exist,” Dominic and the Lucid
Bryan Bruchman, www.hillytown.com — “A Hilly Town,” Phantom Buffalo
Brzowski — “The Sonya Song,” jdwalker
Wendell Clough, program manager, WBRU — “Your Own Thing,” Greg Goodwill
Adam Cowsert, manager, Connery — “Self Control at Its Finest,” Too Late the Hero
Sara Cox, singer/songwriter — “Time for You,” Steve Jones
Walt Craven, Lost on Liftoff — “Righteous,” Paranoid Social Club
Ryan Dolan, Empire Dine and Dance — “Schroeder,” Bullyclub
Will Ethridge, Tower of Song — “Hangman,” Big Blood
Adam Flaherty, Sea Captains — “Gasoline Trail,” 6gig
Dean Ford, Goodnight Process — “Bad Math,” Rocktopus
Richard Fortin, designer/photographer — “Involuntary Vampire,” In the Arms of Providence
Charlie Gaylord, Greetings from Area Code 207 — “Still Can’t Feel the Gin,” Ray LaMontagne
Chris Gray, Phoenix Events Editor — “You Need to Know How to Rush,” Cult Maze
Ron Harrity, honcho, Peapod Recordings — “Glamour Skulls,” Metal Feathers
Pete Hodgin, music nerd — “Here Comes the Headache,” Spouse
Jason Ingalls, drummer — “Powerout,” Seekonk
Herb Ivy, program manager, WCYY/WBLM — “Rock Like War,” Rustic Overtones
Nick Lamberto, songwriter — “Prancin’,” Cosades
Dan Lohmeyer, Sophomore Beat — “Subject A,” the Killing Moon
Johnny Lomba, one-time Skinny honcho — “Them Get You ... Them Got You (part 1),” jdwalker
Billy Lynch, manager — “High Water,” Jacob Augustine
Bob McKillop, www.mainefolkmusic.com — “Finding Your Way Home,” Don Campbell
Meantone — “Bigger, Blacker Ben,” Samuel James
Ben Meiklejohn, Hoboe — “Whose Side Are You On?,” 6gig
John Nunan, Bullyclub — “Catch 22,” Spouse
Scott Ordway, Ideal Entertainment — “Hit the Ground,” 6gig
Ian Paige, SPACE — “MaryJude,” Lady Lamb the Beekeeper
Aimsel Ponti, Portland Press Herald — “Wicked,” Darien Brahms
Todd “The Rocket” Richard, jack of all trades — “Hit the Ground,” 6gig
Kris Rodgers, Highway Jackson — “Don’t Go Hungry,” Jeremiah Freed
Shawn Saindon, “Are You Gonna Kiss or Wave Goodbye?,” Spouse
Josiah Scribes, self-absorbed rapper — “Confess,” Josiah Scribes
Chriss Sutherland, Fire on Fire, etc. — “Oh Country (Skin and Bones),” Big Blood
Matt Truman, Dead Season — “Hit the Ground,” 6gig
Nick Villacci, drummer — “The One,” Dead Season
Jaeger Wells, singer/songwriter — “Dead in the Water,” Even All Out
Jan Wilkinson, “Local Motives,” WMPG — “Zombees,” Covered in Bees
Jonathan Wyman, the Halo — “Hit the Ground,” 6gig

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