Friday, January 16, 2009

Friday Random Ten

Ed's Redeeming Qualities "Light & Fire & Smoke & Blood & Stuff" Big Grapefruit Clean-Up Job
BeauSoleil "Zydeco Gris-Gris" Big Ol' Box of New Orleans
The Golden Palominos "Heaven" Pure
Michelle Shocked "Black Widow" Short Sharp Shocked
Maddox Brothers & Rose "Too Old to Cut the Mustard" On the Air: The 1940s
Channel Light Vessel "Bill's Last Waltz" Automatic
Jonathan Richman "That Summer Feeling" Just Say Sire: The Sire Records Story
Robert Fripp & The League of Crafty Guitarists "Burning Siesta" Show of Hands
The Spanic Boys "Meant to Be" Strange World
Deadstring Brothers "All Over Now" Starving Winter Report

bonus
Gore Gore Girls "Where Evil Grows" Get the Gore

Some songs about size. Some songs by families, sort of. And all over, of course.

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Blogger Generik said...

1. The Slickers – “Johnny Too Bad” -- The Harder They Come
2. The Pogues – “Fiesta” – Very Best Of The Pogues
3. Van Morrison – “These Dreams Of You” -- Moondance
4. The Magnetic Fields – “Love Is Like Jazz” -- 69 Love Songs
5. Jo Jo Gunne – “Barstow Blue Eyes” -- Jo Jo Gunne
6. Dr. John – “What Comes Around (Goes Around)” -- The Very Best Of Dr. John
7. Beck – “Where It’s At” -- Odelay
8. The Faces – “Richmond” -- Long Player
9. Dusty Springfield – “I Don’t Want To Hear It Anymore” -- Dusty In Memphis
10. Sex Pistols – “Lonely Boy” -- The Great Rock ‘n’ Roll Swindle

**Bonus** Tom Waits – “Drunk On The Moon” -- The Heart Of Saturday Night

I will enter into no discussions on the existence of god, guitar- or otherwise, this week.

8:32 AM  
Anonymous Freealonzo said...

1. No Easy Way Down -- Dusty Springfield
2. Acid Tongue -- Jenny Lewis
3. Wild World -- Cat Stevens
4. Mexico City Blues 104 -- Jack Kerouac
5. Got You Down -- Paul Westerberg
6. The New World (demo) -- X
7. Imperial Bedroom -- Elvis Costello
8. Free Nelson Mandela -- The Special AKA
9. Nobody But Me -- The Human Beinz
10. Tomorrow Never Knows.

Nice list with a groovy retro vibe going on here. Let's hope others can keep the Dusty in Memphis thing going.

8:50 AM  
Anonymous Freealonzo said...

oops, Tomorrow Never Knows by the Beatles of course

8:51 AM  
Blogger George said...

Generik, sorry if we dumped on your god last week.

Free, sorry I wasn't Dusty this morning. And which TKN version?

8:51 AM  
Blogger George said...

Free, you beat me to it. There is the live 801 version (which some of us have only on vinyl). One more reason to try that conversion turntable again.

8:52 AM  
Blogger Generik said...

No need to apologize, George (or anyone else). I didn't claim Clapton *was* god, I just said he's about as close as I'll ever acknowledge. That's still a pretty long way away.

Anyway, everyone has different tastes. I once ate a wombat...

Freealonzo, I share your appreciation of the Dusty in Memphis album. Probably -- no, definitely -- her best ever.

9:06 AM  
Blogger ahab said...

Mark Mulcahy, "The Way That She Really Is" Smile Sunset
His Name is Alive, "Crawlin'" Last Night
Michael Hill's Blues Mob, "That’ll Never Happen No More" Future Blues: A Celebration of Paramount Records
Wes Montgomery, "What's New?" Impressions: The Verve Jazz Sides
East River Pipe, "So Much Hate" Merge Records: oh, merge
Bill Evans, "'Round Midnight" Jazz 'Round Midnight: Ballads
Richard Davies, "Eye Camera" Telegraph
Neko Case, "Ghost Writing" Blacklisted
Townes Van Zandt, "Flyin' Shoes" Flyin’ Shoes
Ryan Adams & The Cardinals, "Sweet Illusions" Cold Roses

Bonus: Red Star Brigade, "Nixon Stamp" Telescope

What'd I miss?

10:01 AM  
Blogger E-6 said...

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1:09 PM  
Blogger Marty said...

Pavement, 'Home [Live]," Slanted & Enchanted: L&R
The Minders, "Comfortably Tucked Up Inside," Hooray for Tuesday
Bloodstone, "Sadie Mae," Natural High
Fuck, "Motherfuckeroos," Those Are Not My Bongos
Smoke, "I Do," Heaven on a Popsicle Stick
The Wrens, "This Boy is Exhausted," The Meadowlands
Modest Mouse, "March Into the Sea," We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank
Hot Pants Romance, "Shake," It's a Heatwave
Elliot Smith, "I Better Be Quiet Now," Figure 8
Wilco, "What Light," Sky Blue Sky

Bonus: Wilco, "When You Wake Up Feeling Old," Summerteeth

Songs appealing to my darkness, with a few mixed in to keep me from taking it as far as Elliot. Yeah, I've got that 801 on vinyl, and TNK and Third Uncle were the songs that hooked me so, so long ago, which makes my bonus so apropos.

1:10 PM  
Blogger E-6 said...

1. "Catholic Boy" - Jim Carroll - Catholic Boy
2. "My Little Red Book" - Love - Love Story 1966 - 1972
3. "Lonesome Suzie" - The Band - Music From Big Pink
4. "You're Still Standing There" - Steve Earle - I Feel Alright
5. "Northstar Blues" - Magnolia Electric Co. - What Comes After the Blues
6. "Baby Let Me Follow You Down" - Bryan Ferry - Dylanesque
7. "Hazy Jane II" - Nick Drake - Bryter Layter
8. "Freakin' Out" - Graham Coxon - Happiness in Magazines
9. "re: Stacks" - Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago
10."O-o-h Child" - The Five Stairsteps - The Best Of
bonus--"Breaking In My Heart" - Television - Double Exposure (bootleg)

Everyone brought some goodies today. Very nice to the Deadstring Brothers and Richard Davies tracks pop up. Two underrated (and obscure) acts.

*I'd misspelled underrated on the first go around. Probably didn't require a deletion...

1:15 PM  
Blogger E-6 said...

Ooh, and a swell track by The Wrens from Marty.

1:17 PM  
Anonymous freealonzo said...

I also have a real cool cover of Tomorrow Never Knows by Danielle Dax.

11:39 AM  

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