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January 21, 2006

Belated Friday Random 10

Yesterday was Secret Society's Friday night blowout at the Bowery Poetry Club, so I neglected to post my Friday Random Ten in a timely manner. I hope you will forgive me. Many thanks to SL and the Motel de Moka for the shout out about the gig.

Friday Random 10

"Don't Sit on My Jimmy Shands", Richard Thompson
"Chords of Fame", Phil Ochs
"Woman in the Wall", The Beautiful South
"Diamonds are Forever", Kayne West
"Congeniality", Ornette Coleman
"White Light/White Heat", The Velvet Underground
"Hold On", Tom Waits
"Drugs", The Talking Heads
"Miss Fat Booty", Mos Def
"The Eye of the Hurricane", Herbie Hancock


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All In A Day - Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros
All Along The Watchtower - Bob Dylan
Brainiac's Daughter - XTC
The Biggest Lie - Elliott Smith
Traveling Riverside Blues - Robert Johnson
Lover's Rock - The Clash
Wasted - Camper Van Beethoven
Beginning Of A Great Adventure - Lou Reed
Looks Just Like The Sun - Broken Social Scene
Mr. Bad Example - Warren Zevon

Curious: my list today has one artist in common with bob crane and one with Lindsay. And here I thought that whole "six degrees of Kevin Bacon" thing was just a kind of dessert, not a fundamental law of the universe.

1 - 92 degrees Siouxsie and the Banshees
2 - Man Woman Lazyboy
3 - Whistle Stop Louis Prima
4 - I got a Catholic Block Sonic Youth
5 - Sentimental Hygiene Warren Zevon
6 - The Controller The Aquabats
7 - The Future Leonard Cohen
8 - My Boy Neil Young
9 - Please Stop Me Guadalcanal Diary
10 - Mystery Wind Richard Thompson

"Woman in the wall" is gloriously obscure and has sent me scuttling to an ancient pile of cassette tapes to find my copy....

wow, overt plug. heh. I am just guess blogging there.

(the blog I actually now run is this. shameless plug alert...

but it's only a week old. there isn't much in there except few lists/reviews. No whizbang stuff yet. It'll be mostly guilt free indie mp3 blog with a dab of experimental bits here and there when it takes shape.)

Sunday half a list. ( a nice indie. This would be the edgiest pop like music in town.... )

"Toccata in C-minor" by BACH

"Triumph" by Nic Garcia

"valo_tihkuu" by paavoharju

"Blue & Brown " by P-Love

"Lilywhite" by snowy

"President Bush" by Kathy Acker

"Hey Zeus" by Women and Children

Note: this list is NOT for faint hearted when listen end to end. It gets seriously dark by track 07. Using the childown track is highly recommended. I am not responsible if you feel gloomy all day afterward. (Blame Kathy acker.)

I think I am going to make a fool out of myself by posting "The sound of 2006" ... watch me around noon at Mooka. hah... (if I can keep all the connection running for up load.)

James Cotton - Please Tell Me Partner
Buffalo Springfield - On the Way Home
Stefan Grossman - Silver Swan
Snow Patrol - Same
The Circular Ruins - Cathedral
Doug Sahm - I Don't Want to Go Home
John Lee Hooker - One Bourbon One Scotch One Beer
The Clash - Capital Radio One
Boo Radleys - Peachy Keen(Acoustic)
Townes Van Zandt - Kathleen
Chuck Prophet - Solid Gold

Elvis Presley - Burning Love
Sarah McLachlan - Angel
U2 - Dirty Day (Bitter Kiss)
The Magnetic Fields - The Night You Can't Remember
Simon & Garfunkel - Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream
Peter Gabriel - My Head Sounds Like That
Yo-Yo Ma and Alison Krause - Simple Gifts
Billy Joel - You May Be Right
Annie Lennox - Why
Steve Winwood - Roll With It

You're forgiven. Congrats to Thad on the blowout.

uploading is such a frigging pain.

Here is the 2006 list. (It has some unreleased, underground leaks. enjoy.)

Check out Jenny Lewis and cat power. I think they are sweet.

I wonder what 10 desert island album list for this blog will be.

Velvet underground, Dylan..

(some blues, a couple of jazz, good pop albums...)

hmmm... The new cat power album is really nice. Chan Marshall really has that 'voice'. tho' people say her concert is weebit 'too emotional'. (...Just rambling. I just got the dang album ... )

By "too emotional" they mean "a bunch of unprofessional dicking around." I have heard that some concerts are fine, but some are just infuriating.

But yeah, the new album is the dopest.

Posted by: Eli | January 22, 2006 at 10:28 PM

lol. yeah. I'd say. It's her show. she can cry if she wants to.

Hey did you really say this "Incriminating Myself Further to the Emo Police "? ... heh.

I am trying to make slowcore and slower accoustic popular, just as an exercise of blogging.

let's turn everybody to slowcore fan. (I am going to post one list with slow core only in the blog I maintain... my bigger plot is to squashed big records company. (...uhhhh... while blogging in PJ. :p )

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