Thursday, September 07, 2006

Far from Random if Close to Friday Music Blogging

Bloglodyte that I am, I play on the internets yet buy CDs and make mixed cassette tapes. I like the physical clicking of the buttons. Here's the latest, featuring a mini-Robert Quine fest (I still don't believe he's dead, probably because all his playing lives on) and four likeably unlikely covers.

Dangling Towards Demise

side A

Howe Gelb "But I Did Not"
Neil Young "After the Garden"
Drive-By Truckers "Daylight"
T Bone Burnett "I'm Going on a Long Journey Never to Return"
Robbie Fulks "Mad at a Girl"
Rhett Miller "My Valentine"
Fountains of Wayne "Maureen"
Regina Spektor "Better"
New Pornographers "The Jessica Numbers"
Matthew Sweet "I Wanted to Tell You"
Dim Stars "Monkey"
Yo La Tengo "Baseball Altamont"

side B

Grandaddy "This Is How It Always Starts"
Submarines "Peace and Hate"
Sufjan Stevens "Casimir Pulaski Day"
Breeders "Wicked Little Town" (Hedwig Version)
Neko Case "Star Witness"
Wilco "Thirteen"
Replacements "Skyway"
Guster "One Man Wrecking Machine"
Jon Langford "Gold Brick"
Jenny Lewis & the Watson Twins "The Changing Sky"
Raincoats "Lola"


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Along with your post titles (which have occasionally inspired me to listen to and remember why I love The Replacements) this suggests that we have very similar CD collections.

I left tapes behind for burned CDs and am now delving into ipod playlists, but I do miss the clicking of buttons and the hiss of dead tape between songs.

6:58 AM  
Blogger George said...

Similar music and dog collections--all "greyt" minds think alike.

I still have tons of tapes, actually, and am saddened to know I can never buy a new car, since they don't have cassette players in them anymore. Of late I've been delving way back into the collection and have been listening to college radio shows I did in 1982-83, when a younger, dumber me, still with wisps of my Jersey accent, preferred New Gold Dream to Imperial Bedroom.

Don't tell anyone.

9:47 AM  

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