It Doesn't Matter by Alison Krauss
I'm in Heaven by Ted Raimi and "lady singer"
Laverne and Shirley theme song
Cool With You by Jennifer Love Hewitt
(all on a mix tape I unearthed)
The Cult - Pure Cult
Foo Fighters - In Your Honor
The Band - The Last Waltz
GBH Charged - The Clay Recordings
Soundtrack to The Devils Rejects
Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - Don't You Fake It
The Wild Party (Lippa) (2000 Off-Broadway Cast)
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Been listening to the funky sounds of the Greyboy Allstars this week. Plus, some Julie Doiron. And a collection of Brazilian electronica/funk/hip hop tracks that's really excellent.
And some new Keren Ann tracks from some magazine cds and her myspace.
Girlfriend by Avril Levigne
It's going to be my summer song. Why do I hate that I love this song so much?
Now am listening to a sample, "The Harder Ships of the World", from the next album by:
yay! mrs xc's album to be released next Tuesday!
As i await the new Keren Ann cd in the mail, i been groovin' to some reissues of Sly & the Family Stone. Those are some killer albums! The reissues are pretty cheap and all have bonus tracks.
Also love the Charlotte Gainsbourg album, 5:55 and the new Kings of Leon- it's very good though no song on it is as addictive as "Molly's Chamber" from their first album.
Been playing the new Keren Ann, and it's great. It's more slow tempo than i'd expected but her voice is showcased throughout so i can't complain. She's supposed to be writing a score to a horror movie next, hmmm, i didn't know they was filming my life story?!?!
Also diggin' the newest Dinosaur Jr and Ry Cooder.
A great electronica-prog semi-instrumental album by the Battles called Mirrored.
Also loving the newest post-rock instrumental offering from the Grails, Burning Off Impurities.
And an anthology of songs from the Harvest label, Breath Of Fresh Air: A Harvest Records Anthology 1969 to 1974, which features some really great artists like Michael Chapman, Roy Harper, Quartermass, early Pink Floyd, etc.
Listening to lately:
the new Wilco album, Sky Blue Sky, probably my fave Wilco cd. Slower tempo but still a strong undercurrent to every track.
Betty Davis reissues. No, not the actress, sillies, this Betty was married to Miles Davis for a short spell and later released (at least) two brilliant hot & nasty funk albums.
MV & EE with the Bummer Road's latest record. They sound like On the Beach era Neil Young meets a very droney My Morning Jacket.
Right now listening to Springsteen's new "Live in Dublin" album. The Boss' songs have different arrangements which sound nice.
favorite songs of the last week or so:
"L.O.V.E." by Leon Thomas (soul/jazz)
"Why Can't It Be Mine" by Basia Bulat (folk pop)
The entire new Ryan Adams cd, Easy Tiger
A collection of rare soul from Columbus, Ohio artists called Eccentric Soul- The Prix Label
"I Heard the Voice of A Porkchop" by Jimbo Trout
(old-timey music, new-timey album)
It's been a jazzy day on the xc stereo system. i been playing Cannonball Adderley's Cannonball Adderley & Friends double LP. They need to issue this on cd. So jumpy, funky & wild. i luvs!
my sis suggests:
get cape wear cape fly
i don't listen well tho
Just got the new Arctic Monkeys
Favourite Worst Nightmare
It's all about Julia Murney. I have a Murney playlist that I keep interspersing with my "Chenoweth Hawtness" one.
Heh. I like blondes. Who can sing.
I <3 4 foot 11, blonde, operatic wonders from Oklahoma.
There is no charge for awesomeness or attractiveness
that goes without saying
OOOO i like the Fratellis and Kooks, especially the Kooks. Ok, i'll say it for you, "sure xc likes the Kooks, he is a kook." Yay!
Now listening to another album by Cannonball Adderley.
Pinki Martini, anyone? Been listening to her new album. Plus both cds from Sarah Borges (alt-country) and a lot of surf instrumental. It's summer damnit need dat surf.
A blues-rock cd that came with some music magazine. Only so-so.
The new Madlib jazz album is fantastic. Been listening to it this week.
Picked up the new Magnolia Electric Co. and Okkervil River cds today. Both on a local label. Looking forward to hearing them.
Been listening to Drifting Sand this week. They're a surf instrumental band whose first album (i just picked up) was all vocals. Very nice summery stuff.
And the new New Pornographers album is out today yay! Neko Case! yay! and new Rilo Kiley is out as well yay!
Sea Wolf's "You're A Wolf" is in heavy rotation on my cd player. Great song.
Wow, I really like that song! Cool!
i watched "Almost Famous" dvd tonight. And now "Tiny Dancer" is gonna be heading towards my jukebox very soon.
Devil Doll. She sings rockabilly/trashy country with a swing vibe. Great stuff. Check her out here .
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