Love, Lust, and Loneliness: A Valentine's Day Mix Series, Volume Two (Phonte Coleman) | Music

Love, Lust, and Loneliness: A Valentine's Day Mix Series, Volume Two (Phonte Coleman)

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Phonte Coleman, offering weekend instructions - FILE PHOTO BY D.L. ANDERSON
  • File Photo by D.L. Anderson
  • Phonte Coleman, offering weekend instructions
For Valentine's Day, we asked three of our favorite local singer-songwriters—Sarah Shook, Phonte Coleman, and Mac McCaughan—to create themed mixtapes. Each tackled a distinct theme related to the most Hallmarked of all holidays.

Shook, a hard-living country badass, took on loneliness. Coleman, the Little Brother alumnus who now croons at the helm of The Foreign Exchange, accepted lust. And McCaughan, the perpetually energized co-founder of Superchunk and Merge Records, took on the topic of young, exuberant love. Listen to 'em as your mood sees fit.

Below, Phonte Coleman's picks of lust: 


Teyana Taylor, "Request"



King Floyd, "Baby Let Me Kiss You"


Silk, "Freak Me"


The Transitions, "Straight Fucking"


Carl Thomas, "Hey Now"


Chaka Khan, "Night Moods"



David Banner, "Play"


J*Davey, "Get Together"


Willie Max, "Can't Get Enough"



Clarence Carter, "Strokin'"



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