Friday, December 18, 2009

Friday Random Ten

ABBA "Dancing Queen" The Best of (The Millennial Collection)
The B-52's "52 Girls" Time Capsule: Songs for a Future Generation
David Byrne & Selena "God's Child" Blue in the Face
Rockpile "Pet You and Hold You" Seconds of Pleasure
Glenn Gould "Toccata in D major, BWV 912 -- Vivace" Bach Toccatas, Vol. 1, BWV 910-916
Lucinda Williams "Blue" Live @ the Fillmore
Guided by Voices "Bomb in the Bee-Hive" Mag Earwhig!
Beirut "Prenzlauerberg" Gulag Orkestar
Tears for Fears "Change" The Hurting
Steve Earle "Hillbilly Highway" Ain't Never Satisfied: The Steve Earle Collection

Kasey Chambers "Paper Aeroplane" Wayward Angel

Started off like iTunes wanted to dance party, but then things faded to Bach and "Blue."



Anonymous Freealonzo said...

1. Wanted Man -- Johnny Cash
2. Not Cool -- The dB's
3. They'll Never Take Your Love From Me -- Hank Williams
4. In the Flesh? -- Luther Wright and the Wrongs
5. Liar's Tale -- Guided By Voices
6. This is the One -- Stone Roses
7. Billy Bug -- U-Joint
8. Good Sculpture -- The Rezillos
9. The Big Foist -- Minutement
10. Possession -- Elvis Costello

Bonus: Ordinary People -- Neil Young

10:07 AM  
Blogger E-6 said...

"Fade Into You" Mazzy Star So Tonight That I Might See
"White Ink" Deerhunter Cryptograms
"Magic Mountain" Blonde Redhead Misery Is A Butterfly
"Section 2" Steve Reich Music For 18 Musicians
"Velvet Waltz" Built to Spill Perfect From Now On
"In Every Dream Home A Heartache" Roxy Music For Your Pleasure
"Fool" Cat Power You Are Free
"Coming Up Roses" Elliot Smith Elliott Smith
"Graham Greene" John Cale Paris 1919
"I Can Not Have Seen the Light" Magnolia Electric Co. What Comes After the Blues

WV: (ah,) mater
Want Jet to always love me...

11:00 AM  
Blogger Queen Whackamole said...

1)“Fool” Cat Power, You Are Free
2)“End Theme” Zero 7, Simple Things
3)“Something to Believe In” Shawn Colvin, Hitchhiker Exampler
4)“Under My Thumb” Rolling Stones, Forty Licks
5)“Richard Cory” Simon & Garfunkel, Sounds of Silence
6)“Flake” Jack Johnson, Brushfire Fairytales
7)“We’ve Got a Groovy Thing Goin’” Simon & Garfunkel, Sounds of Silence
8)“Cinco de Mayo” Liz Phair, Whip-Smart
9)“Salted” Dance Hall Crashers, Honey, I’m Homely!
10)“The Coast Is Always Changing” Maxïmo Park, A Certain Trigger

Bonus!!! “(I’ve Been) Searchin’ So Long” Chicago, Chicago VII

Hooray, Chicago! Weird random though. There always seems to be at least one same-album repeat on the list.

wv: noreel

11:03 AM  
Blogger Generik said...

1. Ballad Of A Cold Lost Marble — Sparklehorse
2. Like Cockatoos — The Cure
3. I Tried To Tell Myself — Al Green
4. Mr. Lee — The Bobettes
5. Perfect — Rogue Wave
6. Boogie With The Boogieman — Mitch Woods And His Rocket 88s
7. Fair Weather Friend — The Subdudes
8. Favourite Hour — Elvis Costello
9. Gypsy Biker — Bruce Springsteen
10. Imagination — The Rolling Stones

**Bonus** Growin’ Up — Bruce Springsteen

11:42 AM  
Blogger Marty said...

Pavement, "Frontwards (Live)," Slanted & Enchanted, L&R
The Wrens, "Me, the Misser, the Late," Silver
The Wrens, "Adanoi," Silver
OX, "Surrender," Loose 4: Start Your Own Country
Modest Mouse, "Parting of the Sensory," We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank
Bell & Cooper, "Postcard from the Bus," Postcards Out of the Blue
The Wrens, "The House that Guilt Built," Meadowlands
PJ Harvey, "Seagulls," Uh Huh Her
The Album Leaf, "Last Time Here (live)," The Seal Beach EP
Elliot Smith, "Wouldn't Mama Be Proud," Figure 8

Bonus: Pavement, "Fame Throwa," Slanted & Enchanted, L&R

I love Pavement, and I like the Wrens a lot, but this is ridiculous, plus that PJ Harvey cut is just what it says, Seagulls. I think ITunes is trying to tell me something.

1:35 PM  

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