Friday, August 28, 2009

Friday Random Ten

Caitlin Cary "Please Take the Devil Out of Me" Down to the Promised Land: 5 Years of Bloodshot Records
Weston "I Just Quit Rock and Roll" (reprise) The Massed Albert Sounds
Lynn Harrell "Allemande" Bach: Cello Suites BWV 1007-1012
Richard Buckner "Home" Devotion & Doubt
Guided by Voices "Unspirited" Isolation Drills
Pere Ubu "Waiting for Mary" Cloudland
Guided by Voices "Over the Neptune/Mesh Gear Fox" Vampire on Titus/Propeller
The 6ths "All Dressed Up in Dreams" Wasps' Nests
Bruce Daigrepont "Laissez Faire (Let It Be)" Big Ol' Box of New Orleans
Tom Waits "We're All Mad Here" Alice

747s "Rainkiss" Zampano

Throw the switch, it's rock and roll time, from Bach to Buckner.

(8 of 31 in the drive to 2500)



Anonymous Freealonzo said...

OTN/MGF is (are?)one of my favorite Guided By Voices songs.

1. Deep -- Pearl Jam
2. Spaceboy -- Smashing Pumpkins
3. Space Monkey -- Patti Smith
4. It's Going to Take Some Time -- Dishwalla
5. I Shot the Sheriff -- Bob Marley and the Wailers
6. Grow Old with Me -- The Postal Service
7. Panic -- The Smiths
8. Reason to Believe -- Bruce Springsteen
9. Galaxy Gramophone -- The Soundtrack of our Lives
10. ODE -- Soul Asylum

Bonus: Psalm 69 -- Ministry

8:04 AM  
Blogger Generik said...

1. Be Nice To Me — Todd Rundgren
2. Coconut Milk — Bo Dollis & The Wild Magnolias
3. The Luckiest Guy On The Lower East Side — Magnetic Fields
4. Looking For A Love — J. Geils Band
5. Happy — Keith Richards & The X-Pensive Winos
6. De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da — The Police
7. Ton Papa — David Doucet
8. Help Me Make It Through The Night — Willie Nelson
9. Masters Of War — Bob Dylan
10. Drug Store Truck Drivin’ Man — Joan Baez

**Bonus** In The Aeroplane Over The Sea — Neutral Milk Hotel

9:45 AM  
Blogger E-6 said...

1. "Whatever's Cool With Me" Dinosaur Jr. Ear Bleeding Country
2. "Bron-Yr-Aur" Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti
3. "Come Down Easy" Spaceman 3 The Perfect Prescription
4. "Cold Light" Yeah Yeah Yeahs Fever to Tell
5. "Alifib" Robert Wyatt Rock Bottom
6. "Total Trash" Sonic Youth Daydream Nation
7. "Fire Eye'd Boy" Broken Social Scene Broken Social Scene
8. "Nothing Was Delivered" Bob Dylan & The Band The Basement Tapes
9. "Brainy" Iggy & The Stooges Raw Power
10. "The Sicilian Clan" John Zorn Naked City
bonus "Love is Here to Stay" Frank Sinatra For Swingin' Lovers

Love Richard Buckner. I listened to that CD and The Hill at my studio yesterday, George.

12:13 PM  
Anonymous Jeff said...

1. "Big Bend Girl," Shelor Family, R. CRUMB'S HEROES OF BLUES & FOLK
2. "Homonculus," Chris Smither, ANOTHER WAY TO FIND YOU
3. "Steel Guitar Rag," Bob Willis & His Texas Playboys, THE ESSENTIAL
4. "Listen to Ma," Hociel Williams, LOUIS ARMSTRONG: PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST
5. "Aunt Jane Blues," Bill Shepherd, COUNTRY BLUES
6. "Salty Dog," Mississippi John Hurt, MEMORIAL ANTHOLOGY
7. "We're Gonna Hold On," George Jones & Tammy Wynette, THE ESSENTIAL GEORGE JONES
8. "Baby Done Left Me," The Fugs, FIRST FUGS ALBUM
9. "You're A Big Girl Now," Bob Dylan, BLOOD ON THE TRACKS
10. "Return of the Grievous Angel," Gram Parsons, RETURN ETC.

Bill Shepherd record has terrible re-recording noise, and will be unchecked. Other than that a decent sampling of American vernacular music.

12:39 PM  
Blogger Marty said...

Joni Mithcell, "Answer Me My Love," Both Sides Now
Crooked Fingers, "The Rotting Strip," Bring on the Snakes
Dirty Projectors, "Useful Chamber," Bitter Orca
Hayden, "Woody," Elk-Lake Serenade
John Lennon, "Wathcing the Wheels," The John Lennon Collection
Guided by Voices, "Echoes Myron," Live, Solano Beach
The Ramones, "I Can't Be (Demo)," Ramones
Guided by Voices, "Surgical Focus," Human Amusements at Hourly Rates
Drag the River, "Smokefinger," Closed
Pavement, "Chevy (old to begin)," Brighten the Corners, NC

Bonus: (Smog), "I Could Drive Forever," Knock Knock

More GBV. My review of Dirty Projectors/Atlas Sounds was picked up by, on page three of older entries as I type this. There's a link on the Live Reviews section on the right, but it's worth scrolling as the site features a tribute to Ellie Greenwich, Langhorne Slim flacs, and notice of a David Lynch art opening in Santa Monica.

1:26 PM  

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