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What songs have grabbed your ear recently? Something new, an oldie from some past decade, a song from a tv show or movie, anything.

Here's mine the last few days:

Kings of Leon Molly's Chamber
(cannot get enough of it)

Black Jetts Hooked

Dave Gleason's Wasted Days Midnight California

The Hues Corporation Rock the Boat

Beck E-pro

Youngman Psycho Blues My Generation
(killer Japanese garage punk band!)
 
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Slow Like Honey- Fiona Apple
(slow and seductive)

Monday, Monday- Mamas & The Papas
(the harmony is hypnotic)

Son of a Gun- Janet Jackson w/ Carly Simon
(such a good pay back song)

Come On Out Tonight - Melissa Etheridge
(Just dang good music)


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The xc mid-week top 10 tunes

1. Kings of Leon Molly's Chambers
(undefeatable?)

2. Waking Hours Someday Soon
(i'm sure i've heard this song before, not sure who might have done the original)

3. Curtis Harvey Trio Changes
(acoustic alternative version of the Black Sabbath song)

4. Screaming Trees Nearly Lost You

5. Weezer Hold Me
(new Weezer stuff!)

6. Blue Suede Hooked On A Feeling
(oooga chaka! oooga chaka! oooga chaka!)

7. Melanie Ring the Living Bell
(the hippee song of the week)

8. Youngman Psycho Blues My Generation

9. Bonnie "Prince" Billy Blood Embrace

10. Bruce Springsteen Leah
(tune i gotta burn on my next mix-cd)


Ain't making lists funnage? Smile
 
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I am not hiding from you here, xc.

Uh, top 5 songs of the last week.

1. Kings of Leon Molly's Chamber

2. Blues Traveller Gina

3. Don Varner Mojo Mama

4. Tina Turner Mojo Queen

5. The Flatmates Shimmer
 
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My top 5 from May 18-22

1. Kings of Leon Molly's Chamber
-still ain't gettin tired of it

2. Van Morrison (two songs tied for 2nd)-
The Lion This Time a new song and
Linden Arden Stole the Highlights an oldie but goodie

3. Spoon I Summon You

4. The Lijado Sisters Orere Elejigbro
- from the "Essential Afrobeat" comp

5. Neko Case Bowling Green
 
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eee, i just made a coool cd the other day for just such an occasion!Big Grin

1. summer of '69 - bryan adams
2. mr brightside - the killers
3. monsters - something for kate
4. shut up - simple plan
5. minority - green day
6. that ain't bad - ratcat
7. china girl - david bowie
8. lightning crashes - live
9. holy grail - hunters and collectors
10. need you tonight - inxs
11. mean to me - crowded house
12. singing in my sleep - semisonic
13. clocks - coldplay
14. november rain - guns 'n' roses
15. downfall - matchbox 20
16. always - blink 182
17. older than you - eskimo joe
18. sunsets - powderfinger
19. i still haven't found what i'm looking for - u2

list ARE fun! Big Grin


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1. Hot 'N Cold- Basement Jaxx
2. Sire Nes De La Fete- Brazilian Girls
3. Next Year, Baby- Jamie Cullum
4. Bigger Than My Body- John Mayer
5. Beautiful Day- Mary J. Blige
6. Ocean Breathes Salty- Modest Mouse
7. Starry Eyed Surprise- Paul Oakenfold
8. Let Go- Frou Frou
9. Better Get It In Your Soul- Charles Mingus
10. Take My Picture- Filter
11. Pallin' With Al- Squirrel Nut Zippers
12. No More Rain (In This Cloud)- Angie Stone
13. Got To Give It Up- Marvin Gaye
14. Girlfriend- Musiq
15. Jumpin' Jumpin'- Destiny's Child
16. Makes Me Wanna Die- Tricky
17. Solo Por Ti (Amiwawa)- Gypsy Kings
 
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Great lists, ppl, keep 'em posted!

From May 22-29

1. Kings of Leon Molly's Chamber

2. Blues Traveler Gina

3. Ryan Adams Magnolia Mountain

4. Aimee Mann Beautiful

5. Van Morrison The Lion This Time

6. Supersuckers Eastbound & Down

7. Stereotypes Emily

8. Aimee Mann Going Through the Motions

9. Black Bonzo Lady of the Light

10. (tie) Dr.Frankenstein Goldfinger
Dr.Frankenstein I Was A Teenage Astro Monster
 
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Some cool new/old songs i like

Dorondo Legs
gritty funk rock

Anthony & the Johnsons Fist full of Love
funky glam punk stuff

White Stripes Little Ghost

The Tunes Valerie
power pop

Willie Hutch I Can Sho Give You Love
blaxplotation soul

Shelby Lynne Iced Tea
darn she got hot voice

David Bowie Fill Your Heart
from like 1971

The Eels Sweet L'il Thing
 
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for the last week-

Tracy Bonham Something Beautiful
looking forward to the cd tomorrow

Kyle Riabko What Did I Get Myself Into

Chip Taylor & Carrie Rodriguez Put Your Hat On, Jenny

Elton John Funeral For A Friend/Love Lies Bleeding

BBQ & King Kahn Love You So

Martha Wainwright When the Day is Short

Corey Harris Got to be A Better Way

Bruce Springsteen Stolen Car
 
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Mixed cd i made yesterday-

1."Won't Come Between" Holly Golightly

2."Another Turn" Maharajas

3."Someday Soon" Waking Hours

4."Side By Side" Labrador

5."Do What You Gotta Do" Beth Gibbons

6."Sweet City Woman" Stampeders

7."Rock The Boat" Hues Corporation

8."Road To Cairo" Julie Driscoll

9."Ramblin Man" Gene Rondo

10."On & On" Gladys Knight & the Pips

11."Love Not Dead" Thistle

12."Love Grows" Edison Lighthouse

13."Lose That Girl" Saint Etienne

14."Hooked On A Feeling" Blue Suede

15."Go Go Go" Cliff Hills

16."Girlfriend" Matthew Sweet

17."Funeral For A Friend/Loves Lie Bleeding" Elton John

18."For Whom the Bell Tolls" Steve Baker & Carmen Daye

19."Dance In the Sugar" Lunatics

20."Alfie" Joss Stone

21."463" Buck 65

a lite summery cd mix this time, next time more punk popish Smile
 
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cool songs on my jukebox lately-

Greatest Love You Can Find Keren Ann-
the French Norah Jones?

You Make Me Feel So Good The Hip Whips-
Swedish pop/punk

Darkness is Gone The Dreadful Yawns-
Son Voltish alt country

Stop Harlan T Bobo-
singer/songerwriter stuff like they used to make

So Right The Orange Peels-
power pop

Bare Necessities Michelle Shocked
-yep, the Disney classic

Give Me A Chance Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings-
hot funky soul by the new queen of funk

Lovin In My Baby's Arms Shannon McNally-
rollickin alt country

Times Ithaca-
psychedelic folk from the early 70s

Suzanne Pearls Before Swine-
great cover of Leonard Cohen's classic

Ain't Ever Goin Back John Hiatt-
from Hiatt's new cd, backed by the North Mississippi All-Stars

And the World Has the Nerve to Keep Turning Tracy Bonham-
from her new excellent cd

Aspera Erin Mckeown-
great indie singer/songerwriter, highly recommend her new cd

Temptation Redlands Palamino Co.-
The Byrds meet Teenage Fanclub, top notch male & female vocalists

Me & the Bean Spoon-
- from their 1st cd

Legal Man Belle & Sebastian-
great early song

Heartbreaker Boogaloo Inspectors-
excellent funky cover
 
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Most recent songs been listening to, new & not-so-new

"Take Me With You" Morphine

"On A Promise" Nic Armstrong

"Endless Summer" Suzy Brock & the New Jack Lords

"Anything You Want" Monogroove

"Shut Up & Kiss Me" The Minks

"Southern Gurl" Erykah Badu

"Two Girls" Paranoid Social Club

"Stop" Lizz Wright

"These Are the Fables" The New Pornographers, and Neko Case sings lead on this one yeehaw!

"Weight of the World" Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

"Your Eyes" Swerve
 
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Burned a cd the other day:

The Black Jetts Come On

Hall & Oates Do What You Want Be Who You Are

Gris Gris Winter Weather

Shivaree Someday

Holly Golightly My Love Is

The Wetsuits Safari So Good

Union Carbide Chameleon Ride

M Ward Four Hours in Washington

Yo La Tengo By the Time It Gets Dark

Moonshine Mountain Boys Cracklin Rosie

Blue Van Baby, I've Got Time

Van Morrison The Lion This Time

Supersuckers Eastbound & Down

Aimee Mann Going Through the Motions

Darondo Legs Pt. 1

Antony & the Johnsons Fistful of Love

The White Stripes Forever for Her & Little Ghost

Orange Peels So Right

Spoon Take the 5th

Paul Weller Pink on White Walls

Willy Mason So Long

I can never get the songs recorded in the order i want. i guess i need to fiddle round with Music Match some more.
 
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I use Nero--freebie version. Much easier to arrange the tracks.





 
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Is that Nero 6- the trial version? I checked their site & that looked like the best free version, though they don't tell when the expiration date is on it before you download.

I'd love to record LP's to disc. Then there's all those songs i'd love to edit out some of the beginning or some of the end of the song- like that Wilco song that has a 5 or 6 minute drone to it after the main song part ends. If i have to pay just for those two features, i might do it.
 
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Cool! Thanks for the link, looks like my fall/winter project is here (i am so slow).
 
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I've got a song in my head that I really love. It's called,"If You Could Only See..." and it's by Tonic. Big Grin


Your Hidden Talent



You have the natural talent of rocking the boat, thwarting the system.
And while this may not seem big, it can be.
It's people like you who serve as the catalysts to major cultural changes.
You're just a bit behind the scenes, so no one really notices.

What's Your Hidden Talent?

http://www.blogthings.com/whatsyourhiddentalentquiz/
 
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My top 10 songs of the last week or so-

1. Carlene Carter Slow Dance
-from her first album, just released on cd

2. Keren Ann Aeroplane
- Keren rules!

3. Santana Brown Skin Girl
- great song off a so-so album

4. Buck 65 Kennedy Killed the Hat
- excellent underground country rap

5. Johnny Cash Ring of Fire
- the flames got higher, man

6. Laura Veirs Galaxies
- found the cd used woo-hoo!

7. Jamie Cullum It's About Time
- an indie Billy Joel?!?!

8. John Mayer Try
- from the new cool live cd

9. Rickie Lee Jones Satellites
- a long time fave

10. The Explosives New Shoes
- power pop from the 80s
 
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i found a copy of the 2 disc set "The Essential Johnny Cash", so there's a lot of early to mid 7os JC on my jukebox.

Plus i been listening a lot to French singer Keren Ann. Some of her music is in English but whatever language, the gal can sure sing. i used to hide from French language indie/pop/jazz stuff. Now i'm a sophisticated hick, i guess.
 
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Jeepers, haven't posted much in my fave forum of late. Does anyone even read posts here anymore?
i dunno, i got tired of question threads and games. Guess i'm going through a phase. I'm surprised the governemnt hasn't set up a toll booth for people going through phases, and charging them to pay for phase tokens. ha ha stoopid xc "humor" doesn't phase anyone anymore, eh?

Is anyone reading this??????

If so, here's a mix cd i did recently (to keep in theme with what songs are playin on yer jukebox):

1. You're My Sunshine -Jeremy Morris
(power pop like George Harrison/John Lennon)
2. It Wasn't That Bad -All Nighters
(this is surf instrumental)
3. Taken -Paula Frazer
(used to be in the band Tarnation)
4. I See You, You See Me -Magic Numbers
(great harmonies)
5. Spanish Songbird -Keren Ann
(my wife!)
6. Carolina Rain -Ryan Adams
(dude is prolific great songwriter)
7. Cajun Persuasion -BR549
(their new album is fantastic)
8. Another Sunny Day -Belle & Sebastian
(their new album is fantastic)
9. Save Me - Cass
(great new UK singer)
10. Night Ride- The Explosives
(1980s power pop)
11. She's So Fine -Pendletones
(Swedish punk pop)
12. She's My Gal- Jesse Hector
(White Stripes meet rockabilly!)
13. Rise Up with Fists -Jenny Lewis
(Jenny is from Rilo Kiley, excellent solo album)
14. Joy- Isaac Hayes
(Isaac is a bad mutha-shut-yer-mouth!)
15. I Want None of This -Radiohead
(rare Radiohead song most ppl never heard)
16. I Found Out- Nathaniel Mayer
(funky blues singer)
17. I Don't Want to Know -Donnas
(babes!)
18. Giddy Stratospheres -Long Blondes
(the best unknown band from England)
19. Don't Worry Baby- Grey Delisle
(fantastic alt-country singer, buy her cds now!)
20. Day By Day -Godspell
(an oldie but goodie)
21. Come Togather -Sugarbabes
(the gals do a Beatles cover superbly)
 
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My favorite songs of 2006, so far:

Cat Power "Could We"
Catfish Haven "You Can Have Me"
BR549 "Cajun Persuasion"
Gossip "Keeping You Alive"
Margot & the Nuclear So and So's "On a Freezing Chicago Street"
Margot & the Nuclear So and So's "Jen Is Bringin' the Drugs"
Bevis Frond "Someone Always Talks"
Isobel Campbell "The Beat Goes On"
Amy Curl "The Robin's Tiny Throat"
Donald Fagan "Security Joan"
Isobel Campbell/Mark Lanegan "Come Walk with Me"
Belle & Sebastian "Another Sunny Day"
Belle & Sebastian "Suki in the Graveyard"
Gil Mantera's Party Dream "Buffalo Tears"
Amy Lavere "This World is Not My Home"
Jenny Lewis "Rise Up with Fists"
Le Volume Courbe "Ain't Got No- I Got Life"
Destroyer "Priest's Knees"
Neko Case "The Needle has Landed"
Neko Case "That Teenage Feeling"
Two Gallants "Steady Rollin'"
 
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Lotta great new songs i been listening to lately, here's some of my top favorites:

Black Keys Nobody But You
Jewel Where You Are
Islands Jogging Gorgeous Summer
Mink Jaguar Campsie City Line
Gnarls Barkley Crazy
Jolie Holland Moonshiner
Raconteurs Blue Veins
Neil Young Let's Impeach the President Smile
The Stands Turn the World Around
Larrikin Love On Sussex Downs
Dom Mariani Jenny
Alejandro Escovedo Take Your Place
Juliana Hatfield Don't Lie to Me
 
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Gnarl's Barkley "Crazy" is playing in my head right now, but that's okay. I kinda like it.
I really love Kelly Clarkson's "Because Of You". I must acquire that song, somehow. Damn, I need an Ipod. Big Grin


Your Hidden Talent



You have the natural talent of rocking the boat, thwarting the system.
And while this may not seem big, it can be.
It's people like you who serve as the catalysts to major cultural changes.
You're just a bit behind the scenes, so no one really notices.

What's Your Hidden Talent?

http://www.blogthings.com/whatsyourhiddentalentquiz/
 
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