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We have a CD we just got that we've been playing at work, and it actually has a song by Blondie I've never heard before. It's called "Good Boys". I love that song. I could listen to nothing but that song all day. Big Grin


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"She's Just A Square" by Dr.John. Picked up a cd of old, old Doc John tunes and this one's a killer.

i need to make some mix cds. If i can ever get un-lazy.
 
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In the last week i've been getting into the Lily Allen album, Alright, Still pretty heavy. Lotta great songs here, especially "LDN", "Smile", "Everything's Just Wonderful", "Shame for You", "Littlest Things" and "Friend of Mine". Dunno if the album is album has been released anywhere but England yet but it's worth hunting down.
 
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Mother by Cyndi Lauper


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The Glow by Willie Hutch


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Burned me a mix cd this week-


1. "Dial Me Up"...Brisa Roche
2. "Fuschia"...Mob Stereo
3. "Give It Up"...Stags
4. "I Love You"...Zombies
5. "I Think I'm Down"...Goldstars
6. "I Want You Back Again"...Zombies
7. "I've Got to See You Tonight"...Timmy Thomas
8. "Let's Get Started"...Sails
9. "Little Robot"...Brisa Roche
10. "Lonesome Valley"...Magnolia Electric Co.
11. "Love Around Me"...NLC John
12. "Messages Inside"...Winnerys
13. "Miles Away"...Shack
14. "No Tomorrow"...Orson
15. "Shelley Brown"...Shack
16. "She's Not There"...Zombies
17. "So Ahead of Me"...Orson
18. "Steady Now"...Magnolia Electric Co
19. "Summertime"...Zombies
20. "Suspicious Minds"...Los Nervios
21. "Tell Her No"...Zombies
22. "We Gathered in Spring"...Midlake
23. "What More Can I Do"...Zombies
24. "When Love Comes Home"...Chet Ivey
25. "Why Can't We Live Togather"...Timmy Thomas
26. "Wonderland"...Sails

Power pop, soul, pop/punk, and Magnolia Electric Co. Smile
 
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Babe I'm Gonna Leave You - Led Zeppelin


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Storm Inc. - The Quiet Years has not left my CD player for a week now.



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Burned another cd-


1. Barrier Reef...Old 97s
2. Diggin'...Ras
3. El Paso...Old 97s
4. 4 Leaf Clover...Old 97s
5. Give Your Heart Away...Black Keys
6. I'm Not In Love...10cc
7. Languta...Hugh Masekela
8. Snakes & Martyrs...TV On the Radio
9. Southern Fried Chicken...Bill Thomas
10. The Dean & I...10cc
11. Things We Do for Love...10cc
12. Things You Can Do...TV On the Radio
13. Something Good...Bic Runga
14. You Showed Me...Steve Almaas & Ali Smith
15. Well Dressed Blues...Silver Lining
16. Very Strange Very Cool...4 Hours Sleep
17. Victoria...Old 97s
18. Your Touch...Black Keys
19. You're The One...Black Keys

Alt-country, Afro-funk, power pop, garage rock blues, indie rock and the exotic pop stylings of Ms Bic Runga.
 
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Had this randomly laid back playlist going this afternoon:

In The Waiting Line- Zero 7
If You Fall- Azure Ray
Run – Snow Patrol
My Stupid Mouth – John Mayer
F*ck Was I – Jenny Owen Youngs
Melt Your Heart – Jenny Lewis and the Watson Twins
Landed- Ben Folds
Mona Lisa - Grant Lee Phillips
The Origin of Love- Rufus Wainwright
Black Swan -Thom Yorke
Stockholm Syndrome- Yo La Tengo
Not Going Anywhere- Keren Ann
Natasha- Rufus Wainwright
I Never - Rilo Kiley
Eau de Toilette- Emily Haines
For You I Will (Confidence)- Teddy Geiger
Ooh Child- Beth Orton
 
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Had this randomly laid back playlist going this afternoon:

The Origin of Love- Rufus Wainwright


Would that be from the CD Wig in a Box?

...said I'll split them right down the middle, gonna cut them right up in half...



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Had this randomly laid back playlist going this afternoon:

The Origin of Love- Rufus Wainwright


Would that be from the CD Wig in a Box?

...said I'll split them right down the middle, gonna cut them right up in half...


Yes it's the cover of Hedwig. Love. It.
 
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Had this randomly laid back playlist going this afternoon:

Not Going Anywhere- Keren Ann


YAY! an xc wife makes my cuz's playlist!
 
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Recently burned a mix cd-

1. Aloha Breeze...The Tyde
2. Blue In Yr Eye...Amy Millan
3. Body Breaks...Bridget St.John
4. Chinese Translation...M. Ward
5. Church of Jesus Christ...Alela Menig
6. Dark Horse...George Harrison
7. Gin & Milk...Dirty Pretty Things
8. Girl Like You...Donovan Frankenreiter
9. Give Me Love...George Harrison
10. Light That Has Lighted the World...George Harrison
11. My Sweet Lord...George Harrison
12. No Brakes...Declan O'Rourke
13. Perfect Match...Jennifer O'Connor
14. Right Down the Hall...The Shakes
15. Rollercoaster...M. Ward
16. Rubber & Soul..Ane Brun
17. Ruby...Amy Millan
18. Sarah...Declan O'Rourke
19. This Road is Long...Stuart Staples & Maria McKee
20. Today...Jennifer O'Connor
21. Too Many Kims...The Tyde
22. You...George Harrison
23. Your Honor...Regina Spektor

Lotta femme vocalists, some alt-country and alt-folk, and my fave Beatle, George.
 
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Latest burnt cd-


1. A New Life for Us...Now People
2. City Of New Orleans...Arlo Guthrie
3. Coming Into Los Angeles...Arlo Guthrie
4. Cuckoo...Archie Bronson Outfit
5. E Eleventh Nuts...Scritti Politti
6. Good Day...Paul Westerberg
7. I Wanta Do Something Freaky to You...Leon Haywood
8. I'll Be Around...Spinners
9. I Wanna Lose Control...Paul Westerberg
10. Lady...Regina Spektor
11. Morning Sun...Lilac Time
12. Now That I Know...Devendra Banhart
13. Samson...Regina Spektor
14. Tabasco...Los Pekeniques
15. That Time...Regina Spektor
16. The Werewolf...Barry Dransfield
17. Wild Wild Life...Talking Heads
18. Us...Regina Spektor
19. Use Me...Bill Withers
20. Want My Love Again...Los Grimm
21. Whisper Me Luck...Paul Westerberg
22. Woovy Groovy...Los Buenos

Regina & Arlo because of recent concerts; some Latin soul (all the "Los" bands; Paul Westerberg songs from the "Open Season" soundtrack; some more soul and folk.
 
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I just bought "People Who Died" by Jim Carroll and I'm taking a nostalgia trip with "Dark Side of the Moon" by Pink Floyd.


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I'm totally rocking to the A Mighty Wind soundtrack right now. Early Xmas present from Paco Smile

Come on, boys, Potato's in the paddy wagon, gotta get 'er outta there...


edit: heh, I mean as in 'rocking out'--I'm not just rocking back and forth like a crazy person.

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i was workin' in my music room today and groovin' to:

Fela Kuti's Stalemate/Fear Not For Man two-fer-one-cd Afro-funk albums

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Joanna Newsom's Ys which is the darling album of the indie set but still pretty good.

Got more work to do in the music room so on the music room juke(boom)box i'm planning on revisiting the The Raconteurs cd and maybe a jazz comp and perhaps Margot & the Nuclear So & So's. Work needs good music!
 
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"White and Nerdy" by Weird Al. The video freakin' rocks. Big Grin


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Been nothing but Jazz for a couple weeks now. Mostly Miles Davis, some John Coltrane, Donald Harrison, Norman Brown, and a little Annie Lennox and Shelby Lynn thrown in for good measure.



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Been nothing but Jazz for a couple weeks now. Mostly Miles Davis, some John Coltrane


OOOOoooo the royality of jazz! Great stuff. i picked up two used boxed sets of Billie Holiday music recently. Thank goodness for amazon.com marketplace.
 
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Talking about jazz, I've been listening to a Cleo Laine CD called "Words".

It's all her pieces from her "Shakespeare and all that Jazz" album, along with some other poets, like T.S. Eliot, set to music.

Sublime.


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Sublime.


LOL - I know you were describing your new CD, but I was playing a Sublime CD in my truck this morning! Some don't realize that their music has a fairly heavy Jazz influence. More of a Caribbean twist, but still remarkably connected.



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