Friday, September 12, 2008

Friday Random Ten

The Replacements "Hootenanny" Hootenanny
Spoon "Paper Tiger" Kill the Moonlight
Television "Blank Generation" (live at CBGB's) Spurts: The Richard Hell Story
The Holmes Brothers "You're Good for Me" Promised Land
Sonny Rollins "Sweet Leilani" This Is What I Do
East River Pipe "I Am a Small Mistake" Mel
Freedy Johnston "Wheels" Can You Fly
Talking Heads "Once in a Lifetime" Remain in Light
Suzanne Vega "Tom's Diner (Reprise)" Solitude Standing
The Spanic Boys "All Calms Down" Strange World

bonus
The Pooh Sticks "Sweet Baby James" The Great White Wonder

That's a list, not always great but always something. An odd version of one of punk's anthems that proves I do like Quine better than Verlaine, some soul, some jazz, one of the best least known albums of the '90s, one of the best songs period, an ok song from one of the best father-son combos and we go out with Hue Pooh and the gang. I'll take it.

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Blogger Generik said...

1. The Clash -- “Lighting Strikes (Not Once But Twice) (Live)” -- Clash On Broadway
2. Pete Townshend -- “Pure & Easy” -- Who Came First
3. Charles Brown -- “Rockin’ Bues” -- After Hour Blues
4. Norah Jones -- “Shoot The Moon” -- Come Away With Me
5. John Hiatt -- “Love Like Blood” -- Y’All Caught? The Ones That Got Away
6. Bob Dylan -- “From A Buick 6” -- Highway 61 Revisited
7. BeauSoleil -- “La Ville Des Manteau” -- L’Echo
8. Rolling Stones-- “Shake Your Hips” -- Exile On Main Street
9. Van Morrison -- “Autumn Song” -- Hard Nose The Highway
10. Liz Phair -- “Glory” -- Exile In Guyville

**Bonus** Jill Sobule -- “St Francis” -- It’s The Thought That Counts

8:39 AM  
Blogger Smitty said...

After catching them almost a decade ago at the NOLA Jazz and Heritage Fest, I became a huge fan of Beausoleil. So many similarities between Acadian and Irish music...

By the way, my "word verification," speaking of Cajun music, is bcoup. Merci bcoup indeed.

10:11 AM  
Blogger Marty said...

Junius, "Blood is Bright," Blood is Bright
Madison Smartt Bell and Wyn Cooper, "Three Wrongs," Forty Words for Fear
Guided by Voices, "Drinker's Peace," Human Amusements at Hourly Rates
Fuck, "Fuck Motel," Pardon My French
Neutral Milk Hotel, "Three Peaches," On Avery Island
Dead Moon, "Evil Eye," Echoes of the Past
Yo La Tengo, "Moby Octopad," I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One
(Smog) "Let's Move to the Country," Knock Knock
Tom Waits, "Black Market Baby," Mule Variations
Sonic Youth, "NYC Ghosts & Flowers," NYC Ghosts & Flowers

Bonus: (Smog) "Sweet Treat," Knock Knock

I like it when Georgia gets to sing lead. Other than that, lesser known songs dominate here. And I guess it makes sense that knock knocks twice.

2:53 PM  

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