Friday, September 26, 2008

Friday Random Ten

The Ramones "Listen to My Heart" All the Stuff (and More) Vol. One
Merle Haggard "Silver Wings" HAG: The Best of Merle Haggard
Hasidic New Wave "Wedding Celebration" Knitting on the Roof: Modern Interpretations of the Classic Musical 'Fiddler on the Roof'
Mark Olson & the Creek Dippers "Give My Heart to You" Pacific Coast Rambler
Gram Parsons "$1000 Wedding" The Gram Parsons Anthology
Tom Waits "Tell It to Me" Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards
King Crimson "Elephant Talk" Discipline
X "Motel Room in My Bed" Under the Big Black Sun
Archers of Loaf "Slick Tricks and Bright Lights" White Trash Heroes
Jimmie Dale Gilmore "Ripple" One Endless Night

bonus
Steve Earle "Lonelier than This" Transcendental Blues

Solid enough, and thanks to Ahab for the great Mark Olsen cut.

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Blogger Generik said...

1. Horace Silver – “The Jody Grind” – Greatest Hits
2. Eddie & David Brigati – “Groovin’” -- New York Rock And Soul Revue: Live At The Beacon
3. Afro-Cuban All-Stars – “Huellas Del Pasado” -- Distinto, Diferente
4. Okkervil River – “Savannah Smiles” -- The Stage Names
5. Blodwyn Pig – “Dear Jill” -- Ahead Rings Out
6. The Beach Boys – “Here Today” -- Pet Sounds
7. Camper Van Beethoven – “Interstellar Overdrive” -- Camper Van Beethoven
8. Elvis Costello & The Imposters – “Flutter And Wow” -- Momofuku
9. Allman Brothers Band– “Trouble No More” -- The Fillmore Concerts
10. Elephant Micah – “Dream Feedback” -- Loose 4: Start Your Own Country

**Bonus** Rolling Stones – “Brown Sugar” -- Sticky Fingers

9:33 AM  
Blogger Marty said...

Joni Mitchell, "Stormy Weather," Both Sides Now
Nick Drake, "Northern Sky," Nick Drake: A Treasury
Bonny "Prince" Billy, "No Bad News," The Letting Go
Langhorne Slim, "Hope & Fulfillment," When the Sun's Gone Down
Brian Jonestown Massacre, "Free & Easy, Take 2," Tepid Peppermint Wonderland: A Retrospective
Elvis Costello, "My Funny Valentine," Armed Forces: Bonus Tracks
Tom Waits, "Fawn," Alice
PJ Harvey, "The Letter," Uh Huh, Her
Guided by Voices, "Hey, Aardvark," Live in Chicago, 11/22/03
Cars Can Be Blue, "Eyeballs," Doubly Unbeatable

Bonus:Pulp, "I Spy," Different Class

Mostly good. Ahab helped here, too.

2:27 PM  
Blogger ahab said...

Michael J. Sheehy, "Wha’cha Gonna Do?" Ill Gotten Gains
The Bulgarian State Radio & Television Female Choir, "Strati Na Angelaki Doumasche" Le Mystere Des Voix Bulgares
Uncle Tupelo, "Fatal Wound" 89/93: An Anthology
Madeleine Peyroux, "Give Your Mama One Smile" Sweetheart 2005: Lovesongs
Lambchop, "Alumni Lawn" The Decline of Country and Western Civilization Part II: The Woodwind Years
Hem, "The Cuckoo" Rabbit Songs
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, "Fifteen Feet of Pure White Snow" No More Shall We Part
Hayden, "Bad As They Seem" Everything I Long For
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, "Hold On to Yourself" Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!

Bonus: Bob Dylan, "Love Minus Zero/No Limit" Bringing It All Back Home

I'm glad you like Mark Olson, George. I thought you would. He's so talented himself, and he's such a great complement to Victoria Williams. It really pleases me that they're a couple. God I love that whole PCR CD. The title track is sooo sooo sooooo beautiful. Lots of the songs are. They're so timeless, so easy, so American. I'd like to see Victoria back with him on the next release. She makes him better, much better. His last album, made with out her and the other Creekdippers, kind of stinks.

Wow, Marty's list just popped up as I proofed. I'm the man of the hour! I see mostly your stuff there, Marty, and mostly pretty great stuff, at that.

Hey Marty, I caught Hayden again a couple of weeks ago, this time in Philly. It was nothing like the DC show -- nowhere near as good. He was sandwiched between a couple of other acts and I think most people were there for the mediocre headliner, so I think Hayden found them annoying. We kind of did. We hate it when we're not among the oldest people in the room. Old people make us feel all fuddy duddy.

Hayden even busted the Philly crowd a little about its flatness. He also made fun in DC in June of the Philly audience he'd played for the previous night.

IMHO Hayden's right -- in general Philly audiences lack the enthusiasm of those in DC. I've seen many much better shows in DC (or Baltimore) than I have in Philly. Which is too bad, since Philly's much closer to home.

2:46 PM  
Anonymous freealonzo said...

1. Heavy Rotation -- Soul Asylum
2. Sharky's Dream -- Teenage Fanclub
3. I've Just Seen a Face -- The Beatles
4. Corrina, Corrina -- Bob Dylan
5. Free Radicals -- The Flaming Lips
6. Leavin' Town -- Jack Kerouac
7. All Shook Up -- Elvis Presley
8. 7&7 Is -- Hypstrz
9. Do You Want New Wave or Do You Want the Truth -- The Minutemen
10. Put the Bone In -- Soul Asylum

3:18 PM  
Blogger Marty said...

Thanks for the Hayden report, Ahab. Cities do have idiosyncratic affections, and I've often heard stories of great bands not being received well in certain cities and vice versa. Tim Rutili told me they rarely have good luck south of DC. The crowd loved them in DC, but the Atlanta show I saw in 04 (I think) was lightly attended.

6:24 PM  

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