Friday Random Top 10


I'm really geeking for tonight's BSG. Adama and Tigh are making a last stand against a mutiny. Definitely need a Random Top 10 to tide me over.

1. 15 Years in Indiana -- Jack Logan
2. Jesus Christ Pose -- Soundgarden
3. Soul Asylum -- Religivision
4. Jonathan Richman -- Government Center
5. California Man -- Cheap Trick
6. Metallica -- One
7. Cry -- Dan Wilson
8. Tractor Rape Chain -- Guided By Voices
9. Heroin -- Velvet Underground
10. They're Not You -- Patsy Cline


What's your top 10?


Rolling Stones - Moonlight Mile
Yo-Yo Ma & Diana Krall - You Couldn’t be Cuter
Atomship - Friends
Nine Inch Nails - Big Man With a Gun
Yo-Yo Ma - Sarabande, Suite #4 in E-flat Major (J.S. Bach)
Rage Against the Machine - Know Your Enemy
Live - White, Discussion
Counting Crows - Long December
Black Keys - Give Your Heart Away
Nine Inch Nails - Hurt

Free, you flip artist and cut on # and 4, no?

The Pogues "London Girl" Rum, Sodomy, and the Lash
The Scene Is Now "Room of Wicker" The Oliy Years (1983-1993)
Elvis Costello & The Attractions "You Little Fool" (alternate version) Imperial Bedroom
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra "Divertimento in F Major 1 Allegro" Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Serenata, Divertimenti
Eleventh Dream Day "Ground Point Zero" Stalled Parade
The Blind Boys of Alabama "Lord Will Make a Way" I Brought Him with Me
Feist "The Water" The Reminder
Donald Joyce "Satyagraha (Act III--Conclusion)" Glass Organ Works
Pavement "No More Kings" Wowee Zowee--Sordid Sentinels Edition
Alex Chilton "Downtown" Step Right Up: The Songs of Tom Waits

Elliott Smith "Can't Make a Sound" Figure 8

Oops you're right George Jonathan Richman is the singer not the name of the song.

Hey Snyder, Gopher Cheerleaders are never off-topic.

Did you read the interview?

Three things I'd take to a desert island are: My iPod, a swimsuit (so I can get a good tan) and my sister.

Honey, if you are on a desert island, you don't need a bathing suit. Or this one:

I'd love to trade places for a day with: Michael Phelps

Obviously asked and answered before the last couple of days.

1. Tangerine Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin III
2. Walkin' Miles Davis The Essence of Miles Davis
3. Get To The Table on Time M. Ward Transfiguration of Vincent
4. See The Sky About To Rain Neil Young Live At Massey Hall 1971
5. Roadrunner Jonathan Richman The Modern Lovers
6. Black Tongue Yeah Yeah Yeahs Fever to Tell
7. Buck And Judy Deerhoof Offend Maggie
8. The Goldheart Mountaintop Queen Directory Guided By Voices Bee Thousand
9. Into The Valley Skids Scared to Dance
10. Bed Is For Sleeping Bonnie "Prince" Billy & Matt Sweeney Superwolf

George, because of your list, I've had The Jam's London Girl going through my mind all day (la, la, la, la, la, la, la, London Girl...)

E-6, nice to see you at your studio last night, we'll be back. Your numbers 5, 6, 7, and 8 above make for a memorable song sequence.

Ditto. Nice to meet the fams, free. Did you make it up to Ice Box?

You do realize that number 7 is Deerhoof, right? ;-)

We did get to Icebox and Howard remembered us so we had a nice conversation. We also talked about my Haiti pics.

Regarding the song sequence, I carefully chose the word "memorable."


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