Friday, April 04, 2008

Friday Random Ten

The Beatnigs "Jazzy Beats" The Beatnigs
Rhett Miller "The Believer" The Believer
XTC "Chalkhills and Children" Oranges & Lemons
Ani DiFranco "Shameless" Dilate
Glenn Gould "Allego molto from Sonata No 13 in E-flat major, Op. 27, No. 1" Thirty-Two Short Films about Glenn Gould
Camera Obscura "Come Back Margaret" Let's Get Out of This Country
Glenn Gould "Well Tempered Clavier, Book II, BWV 883 Fugue in F sharp minor" Partita Nos. 5 and 6
Pavement "Starlings in the Slipstream" Brighten the Corners
Van Morrison & the Chieftains "She Moved Through the Fair" Irish Heartbeat
Guster "Ruby Falls" Ganging Up on the Sun

bonus

Tom Verlaine "Shingaling" Songs and Other Things

If iTunes had to pop two Goulds, it picked a fine two. Plus the best cut from Verlaine's last, and faves by DiFranco and Pavement. Given what can happen in a random world, this isn't so bad.

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Blogger Tom Hilton said...

Shriekback - Sway
Link Wray - Apache
3 Mustaphas 3 - Yogurt Koydum Dolaba/Televizyon
Vibrants - Stomp Crazy
Wall of Voodoo - The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly/Hang 'em High
Joy Division - Isolation
Latin Playboys - If
Single Bullet Theory - Angels Over Tehran
Wire - Lowdown
Agent Orange - Misirlou

8:32 AM  
Anonymous Freealonzo said...

1. Johnny Strikes Up the Band – Warren Zevon
2. Flamenco Sketches – Miles Davis
3. Midnight Blues – Detroit Cobras
4. Restless Summer – Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
5. Fat Bottomed Girls – Queen
6. Eat to the Beat – Blondie
7. Wrecking Now – Guided by Voices
8. People Have the Power – Patti Smith
9. Sugar Mountain – Neil Young
10. Anthrax - Gang of Four

Bonus: I Might Be Wrong - Radiohead

Looks like a list my older cousin would put together to try to look cool. God am I embarrassed by that Queen song.

10:45 AM  
Blogger ahab said...

Roxy Music, "Spin Me Round" Manifesto
Palace Brothers, "Come a Little Dog" Days in the Wake
Mark Olson and the Creek Dippers, "Climb These Steps (We Will)" December’s Child
Mark Eitzel, "Here They Roll Down" The Ugly American
Serge Gainsbourg, "Marilou sous la neige" Initials SG
The Walkabouts, "Fallen Down Moon" Ended Up a Stranger
Son Volt, "Route" Trace
Ryan Adams and the Cardinals, "Withering Heights" Jacksonville City Nights
Uncle Tupelo, "Chickamauga" 89/93: An Anthology
The Court & Spark, "Birmingham to Blackhorse Road We Wandered" Hearts

Bonus: Liz Durrett, "Bc" Husk

I have a new anti-war slogan: make Serge not surge. Daughter Charlotte could sell it to anybody but a dead man. Or a Republican.

11:33 AM  
Blogger Generik said...

1. Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry – “Key To The Highway” - The Great Bluesmen
2. Langhorne Slim – “By The Time The Sun’s Gone Down” - When The Sun’s Gone Down
3. Guster – “Rainy Day” - Lost And Gone Forever
4. Tom Waits – “Bonus” - Real Gone
5. Bob Dylan – “I Threw It All Away” - Nashville Skyline
6. Perez Prado & His Orchestra – “Pianolo” - ¡Mondo Mambo! The Best Of Perez Prado & His Orchestra
7. Pixies – “Velouria” - Wave Of Mutilation: Best Of Pixies
8. Electric Light Orchestra– “Illusions In G Major” - Eldorado
9. The Cure – “Doing The Unstuck” - Wish
10. Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music – “Dance Away” - Street Life – Greatest Hits

**Bonus** Blind Lemon Jefferson – “Match Box Blues” - Martin Scorsese Presents: The Blues


I'm loving my old school blues envelope.

1:16 PM  
Blogger Marty said...

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1:56 PM  
Blogger Marty said...

Black Rebel Motercycle Club, "We're All in Love," Take Them On, On Your Own
Modest Mouse, "Third Planet," Moon and Antactica
Year Future, "Mostly Plastic," First World Fever
Yo La Tengo, "Moby Octapod," I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One
Neko Case, "This Little Light," Neko Case
Guided by Voices, "My Valuable Hunting Knife," Recorded live at X-fest
Langhorne Slim, "By the Time the Sun's Gone Down," When the Sun's Gone Down
Hayden, "Woody," Elk-Lake Serenade
Okkervil River, "Title Track," The State Names
Rilo Kiley, "The Execution of All Things," The Execution of All Things

Bonus: Drive-by By Truckers, "Let There Be Rock," Southern Rock Opera

Not bad, though the Year Future doesn't quite fit, moodwise. Fat Bottomed Girls is a terrific song, if only for the irony.

2:00 PM  
Blogger ahab said...

We've got a mini-run on Langhorne Slim. That's always nice to see. He's touring, btw. I'm seeing him May 1 at the tiny IOTA in Arlington, VA. Should be fun.

5:49 AM  
Blogger John Quimby said...

Yow,

Such lists!

I'm not as exotic as some but I love a deep groove.

Tom, when you hit Link Wray, I was done.

11:39 PM  

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