Friday, April 11, 2008

Friday Random Ten

Suzanne Vega "Honeymoon Suite" Nine Objects of Desire
Otis Redding "Pain in My Heart" The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968
The Handsome Family "Somewhere Else to Be" Last Days of Wonder
The Mar-Keys "Bo-Time" The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968
Tiny Lights "Singing at Your Door" Prayer for the Halcyon Fear
Superchunk "Sprung a Leak" No Pocky for Kitty
Carmaig De Forest "Kiss Me Seven Times" El Camino Real
The Flamin' Groovies "Yes It's True" Groovies Greatest Grooves
The Clash "Spanish Bombs" London Calling
Patti Smith "People Have the Power" Land (1975-2002)

bonus
Kronos Quartet with Hassan Hakmoun "Saade (I'm Happy)" Pieces of Africa

Starts with a song set in a bed in France and ends in Africa. Gets stuck in America's soul. Worse things happen.

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Anonymous Freealonzo said...

1. Crazy Baby – The Blasters
2. Apology Song – The Decemberists
3. Abraham – Jack Kerouac
4. Police Story – Black Flag
5. I’m Lucky – Joan Armatrading
6. Something – The Beatles
7. Men 2nd – Wire
8. Bad Days – The Flaming Lips
9. High Time – Paul Westerberg
10. Tall Dark Stranger – Buck Owens

Bonus: Night Club Jitters - The Replacements

I like this list. If you listen closely to Crazy Baby, you can hear a dog bark in the background about 2/3 of the way through – to the beat no less! Apology Song is the greatest “I am sorry your bike got stolen” song ever written and there’s nothing like a little Buck Owens to kick off your Friday morning!

11:41 AM  
Blogger Generik said...

1. Okkervil River – “The Next Four Months” -- Black Sheep Boy Appendix
2. Talking Heads – “The Great Curve” -- Remain In Light
3. David Bowie – “All The Madmen” -- The Man Who Sold The World
4. Joni Mitchell – “My Old Man” -- Blue
5. The Sonics – “Psycho” -- Rock Renaissance III
6. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – “Pin” -- Fever To Tell
7. The Germs – “Circle One” -- M.I.A.: The Complete Germs
8. Langhorne Slim – “Loretta Lee Jones” -- Loose 4: Start Your Own Country
9. War – “Me And Baby Brother” -- The Best Of War
10. Antonio Carlos Jobim – “So Danco Samba” -- The Girl From Ipanema: The Antonio Carlos Jobim Songbook

**Bonus** Elvis Costello – “Almost Blue” -- Imperial Bedroom


See my comment over at Tom's place re Carmaig De Forest.

11:52 AM  

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