Friday, January 09, 2009

Friday Random Ten

Alison Krauss & Union Station "Choctaw Hayride" New Favorite
The Fairfield Four "Lonesome Valley" O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Lloyd Cole & The Commotions "Glory" [live] Rattlesnakes (deluxe edition)
Mitsuko Uchida "II Pour les Tierces" Debussy: 12 Etudes
Rodney Crowell "Banks of the Old Bandera" The Houston Kid
Joy Division "She's Lost Control" Substance 1977-1980
The Januaries "John Sings" The Januaries
Old 97's "Smokers" Drag It Up
Stephen Malkmus "Mama" Face the Truth
Mingus Big Band "Nostalgia in Times Square" Nostalgia in Times Square

bonus
Mirah "Archipelago" You Think It's Like This But Really It's Like This

We pick up with last week's [correction: two week's ago--I have no sense of time anymore] favorite artist (if really a Jerry Douglas workout), stay in O Brother-ish land, get an ok Television cover, some Debussy, some more new country, a post-punk classic, a song that's at least fitting for the calendar, a weaker Old 97's, a catchy Malkmus, some big band fun that sort of could be about NYE (but isn't), and an artist I haven't listened to in awhile but she's still pretty fetching. All over, and out.

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Blogger Generik said...

1. North Mississippi Allstars – “Eaglebird” – Hernando
2. Eric Clapton – “Promises” -- Backless
3. Cream – “White Room” -- Strange Brew – The Very Best Of Cream
4. Mick Taylor & Keith Richards – “Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’” -- Lone Star Café 1985
5. Van Morrison – “See Me Through” -- Enlightenment
6. Talking Heads – “Sax And Violins” -- Sand In The Vaseline
7. Linda Ronstadt with The Stone Poneys – “Different Drum” -- Greatest Hits, Vol. I
8. Velvet Underground – “European Son” -- The Velvet Underground & Nico
9. Nicolae Dunger – “Last Night I Dreamt Of Mississippi” -- Tranquil Isolation
10. Georgie Fame – “City Home” -- Tell Me Something

**Bonus** Eric Clapton & B.B. King – “Three O’Clock Blues” -- Riding With The King

Lot of Clapton in that set. That's okay, he's about as close to a God as I'll ever acknowledge.

8:43 AM  
Blogger E-6 said...

1."Angie" Davy Graham Troubadours Of British Folk, Volume 1
2."Search and Destroy" The Stooges Raw Power
3."Ride On" AC/DC Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
4."Breathless" Robert Fripp Exposure
5."Sensitivity" Jeffrey Lee Pierce Wildweed
6."Love Hurts" Nazareth Dazed and Confused OST
7."Lived In Bars" Cat Power The Greatest
8."You Are My Sister" Antony & The Johnsons I Am A Bird Now
9."Fucked Up Kid" Kevin Drew Spirit If...
10."Out To Lunch" Sloan Navy Blues
bonus cut
"Glad Girls" Guided By Voices Isolation Drills

1:17 PM  
Anonymous Freealonzo said...

1. First Time Ever I Saw Your Face – Johnny Cash
2. Sgt. Rock (Is Going to Help Me) – XTC
3. Brassy – Play Some D
4. (Just Like) Starting Over – The Flaming Lips
5. Don’t Turn Me Down – The Replacements
6. The Things I Used To Do – G. Love and Special Sauce
7. Rainy Night in Soho – The Pogues
8. Working Class Hero – Green Day
9 Blue Moon of Kentucky – Elvis Presley
10. 15 Years in Indiana – Jack Logan

Hmm, looks like the theme here is lesser tracks from well known artists. Glad to see Elvis one day after his birthday

1:46 PM  
Blogger Marty said...

Elephant Micah, "Dream Feedback," Loose 4: Start Your Own Country
Red Aunts, "Sex Zombie," Drag
Brian Jonestown Massacre, "In My Life," Tepid Peppermint Wonderland
Hayden, "Bass Song," Skyscraper National Park
Damien Jurado, "Rosewood Casket," Ghost of David
Cars Can Be Blue, "I Think It's A . . . " Doubly Unbeatable
Milloy, "Eveready," More Than A Machine
Crooked Fingers, "Crowned in Chrome," Crooked Fingers
Cars Can Be Blue, "Ribbon," Doubly Unbeatable
Heartless Bastards, "Into the Open," All This Time

Bonus: The Ramones, "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World," Ramones

Apparently itunes can take suggestions from album titles. Lots of punk, lots of lowdown. Glad to see some Stooges represented, E-6. RIP, Ron Asheton.

4:42 PM  
Blogger George said...

You beat me to the Ron Asheton RIP, Marty. Plus you have to love that run of guitar--Stooges, AC/DC, Robert Fripp.

And I have to admit I'm an atheist as far as Clapton is concerned. Sorry, Generik.

4:49 PM  
Blogger E-6 said...

I'll sheepishly admit I hadn't heard about Asheton's passing. Bummer. That song (and most of The Stooges' catalog) makes me feel a lot closer to twenty than 47. RIP.

I'm also not one to worship at the alter of EC, though I do really dig some of his work with Derek and the Dominoes. And some Cream. And a little Blind Faith. And a couple of Delaney and Bonnie tracks. Beyond that...

6:31 PM  
Anonymous Freealonzo said...

If Clapton is God Neitzche was right.

8:59 AM  

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