Jay Spooner

If you’re familiar with the local music scene, then you’ve heard of Jay Spooner. When he’s not photographing bands (or weddings), Spooner is busy booking shows at The Distillery. Included on his Playlist is “Season of the Witch,” a Donovan cover by ex-rockers Sex 66. Spooner called the track “hair-raising and gooseflesh inducing.” Unfortunately, readers can’t purchase the track—it’s from a live bootleg. Ask nicely, and Spooner may hook you up.

1. “Season of the Witch”
by Sex 66

2. “One for My Baby”
by Frank Sinatra, live with the Red Norvo Quintet (from Live in Australia, 1959)

3. “Drums of the Islands/Waterfall”
by the M¯akaha Sons (from Heke Wale N¯o: Only the Very Best of the Makaha Sons)

4. “Get up (I Feel Like Being A) Sex Machine, Pt. 1”
by James Brown (from 20 All Time Greatest Hits!)

5. “Bel Air”
by Can (from Future Days)