Friday Random Top 10

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There was an article in the Strib today from the Washington Post that says those Americans born in the late 1950s and early 1960s are, on average, the dumbest, least successful age cohort since WWII, with 1963 being the nadir. As someone born in 1963, that explains a lot. Definitely need a random top 10 to ease my feeble brain.

1. Louie Go Home – The Hypstrz
2. Downed – Cheap Trick
3. My Father’s House – Bruce Springsteen
4. I Love You Because – Elvis Presley
5. Epistrophy – Thelonious Monk
6. Young Americans – David Bowie
7. Carolyn No – The Beach Boys
8. Living With War – Neil Young
9. Love You More – The Buzzcocks
10. Rusty Cage – Johnny Cash

Nice range there some rockin’ some reflectin.’ Don’t think it wasn’t hard trying to spell Thelonious. What’s your top 10?

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"Paper And Glue" Emma Pollock
"I Need a Torch" Suicide Commandos
"At The Chime Of A City Clock" Nick Drake
"Del Mondo" Robert Wyatt
"Suffolk Down Upon The Night" The Court & Spark
"Everything Flows" Teenage Fanclub
"Sunny Afternoon" The Kinks
"Lullabye" Emitt Rhodes
"Deadly Nightshade" The Only Ones
"Maureen" Vetiver
bonus cut--
"The Green King Sings" Blitzen Trapper

Don’t think it wasn’t hard trying to spell Thelonious.

Stupid '63-er... 1961 here--and dumb as a post.

Victoria Williams "Tarbelly and Featherfoot" Swing the Statue
Pearl Jam "Hey Foxymophandlemama, That's Me" Vitalogy
New Century Chamber Orchestra performs Dimitri Shostakovich "Scherzo (Allegro Molto)" Written with the Heart's Blood
Praxis "Giant Robot / Machines in the Modern City / Godzilla" Transmutation (Mutatis Mutandis)
Superchunk "Sunshine State" Here's Where the Strings Come In
The Magnetic Fields "Technical (You're So)" The House of Tomorrow [ep]
Neko Case "Twist the Knife" Furnace Room Lullaby
The Mekons "Perfect Mirror" Natural
Wilco "Why Would You Wanna Live?" Being There
Johnny Cash & Tom Petty "The Running Kind" Unearthed II: Trouble in Mind

bonus
The Lyres "Help You Ann" Selections from Children of Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the Second Psychedelic Era 1976-1996

Hey, I was born in '63, too. And am smart enough to know my list this week isn't very good.

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