Friday Random Top 10


On Wednesdays the Current has a program called "Theft of the Dial" where a celebrity gets to spin records and talk with Mark Wheat. This past Wednesday was play-write Kevin Kling and it was an amazing 50 minutes of radio. Click here to give a listen, it's well worth it. Here's your Friday top 10:

1. Wanted Man -- Johnny Cash
2. Not Cool -- The dB's
3. They'll Never Take Your Love From Me -- Hank Williams
4. In the Flesh? -- Luther Wright and the Wrongs
5. Liar's Tale -- Guided By Voices
6. This is the One -- Stone Roses
7. Billy Bug -- U-Joint
8. Good Sculpture -- The Rezillos
9. The Big Foist -- Minutement
10. Possession -- Elvis Costello

Bonus: Ordinary People -- Neil Young

Some obscurities from well known artists. Can we consider the Stone Roses a "one album wonder?" What's your top 10?


In the flesh? In the flesh.

* Matt Haimovitz – Sonata for Violoncello Solo Part One (Ligeti) – Goulash!
* Nine Inch Nails – Letting You – The Slip
* Nirvana – In Bloom – Nevermind
* Nirvana – Scentless Apprentice – With the Lights Out
* Dredg – The Ornament – Live at the Fillmore
* Tool – Hooker with a Penis – Aenima
* Wendy Sutter – Tissue No. 7 (Glass) – Songs and Poems for Solo ‘Cello
* Pink Floyd – In the Flesh – The Wall
* Stabbing Westward – Save Yourself – Darkest Days
* Jimi Hendrix Experience – Highway Chile – Are You Experienced?

sorry, no flesh in my ten. The first Christmas tracks to pop off the external HD:

“Good King Wenceslas” - Canadian Brass, The Christmas Album
“Snowman’s Land” – Keith Emerson, The Christmas Album
“Last Time by Moonlight” – Enya, And Winter Came
“Farandole” – The Salvation Army Brass, Christmas in Brass 2009
“Break Forth, O Beauteous Heav’nly Light” – Glad, An Acapella Christmas
“White Christmas” – The Manhattan Transfer, An Acapella Christmas
“O Come All Ye Faithful” - Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, Jingle All the Way
“Forest of Fire” – Jon Anderson, 3 Ships
“Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming” – Mannheim Steamroller, A Fresh Aire Christmas
“The First Noel” – Tom Stacy, A nu-view Christmas

The list finished up strong, with my favorite seasonal hymn, and then my favorite Christmas track that I own. The new age toodling of Tom Stacy on English Horn is beautiful background listening to get yourself into a Christmas mood.

That's awesome Big Mak. If you haven't heard it, Luther Wright and the Wrong's note for note re-creation of PF's The Wall in a country twang is a must hear. I don't know why LWATW puts a question mark at the end of their version of In the Flesh.

1) Feelin' Good - Levon Helm/Dirt Farmer
2) Everyday Weapon - The Ponys/Turn the Lights Out
3) I'm Movin' On - Rosanne Cash/The List
4) Sing a Simple Song - Sly & the Family Stone/The Woodstock Experience
5) Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing (w/ Tammi Terrell)- Marvin Gaye/The Master
6) Gospel Plow - Screaming Trees/Dust
7) Black Crow - Joni Mitchell/Hejira
8) You Drive Me Wild - The Runaways/Best of the Runaways
9) In Germany Before The War - Randy Newman/Lonely at the Top
10) Better Git It In Your Soul - Charles Mingus/Mingus Ah Um

ABBA "Dancing Queen" The Best of (The Millennial Collection)
The B-52's "52 Girls" Time Capsule: Songs for a Future Generation
David Byrne & Selena "God's Child" Blue in the Face
Rockpile "Pet You and Hold You" Seconds of Pleasure
Glenn Gould "Toccata in D major, BWV 912 -- Vivace" Bach Toccatas, Vol. 1, BWV 910-916
Lucinda Williams "Blue" Live @ the Fillmore
Guided by Voices "Bomb in the Bee-Hive" Mag Earwhig!
Beirut "Prenzlauerberg" Gulag Orkestar
Tears for Fears "Change" The Hurting
Steve Earle "Hillbilly Highway" Ain't Never Satisfied: The Steve Earle Collection

Kasey Chambers "Paper Aeroplane" Wayward Angel

Nice to see iTunes celebrate ABBA getting into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame.....

I've been a bit on a Cash kick lately.

Double ablum from me this week. 20 Random songs from my computer:

1. Modest Mouse – Lonesome Crowded West: “Heart Cooks Brain”
2. Barenaked Ladies – Stunt: “It’s All Been Done”
3. Hoobastank – The Reason: “The Reason”
4. O.A.R. – Any Time Now: “Black Rock”
5. Fall Out Boy – Take This to Your Grave: “Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy”
6. Guster – Parachute: “Window”
7. The Smashing Pumpkins – Greatest Hits: “Disarm”
8. Tim McGraw – Live Like You Were Dying: “Back When”
9. AC/DC – Back In Black: “Back In Black”
10. The Smashing Pumpkins – Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness: “Thirty-Three”
11. Desoto Jones – Deep Elm Sampler No. 8 “Bonfire of Trust”: “Giant Magnets”
12. Boys Night Out – Boys Night Out: “Up with Me”
13. The Hold Steady – Live @ Virgin FreeFest: “Stay Positive”
14. The Early November – The Room’s Too Cold: “Fluxy”
15. Finch – What It Is To Burn: “Project Mayhem”
16. U2 – The Best of 1990-2000: “Discotheque”
17. The Beatles – 1: “Day Tripper”
18. Modest Mouse – Lonesome Crowded West: “Styrofoam Boots/It’s All Nice on Ice, Alright”
19. Jet – Get Born: “Come Around Again”
20. A Static Lullaby – …And Don’t Forget to Breathe: “Charred Fields of Snow”

"Fade Into You" Mazzy Star So Tonight That I Might See
"White Ink" Deerhunter Cryptograms
"Magic Mountain" Blonde Redhead Misery Is A Butterfly
"Section 2" Steve Reich Music For 18 Musicians
"Velvet Waltz" Built to Spill Perfect From Now On
"In Every Dream Home A Heartache" Roxy Music For Your Pleasure
"Fool" Cat Power You Are Free
"Coming Up Roses" Elliot Smith Elliott Smith
"Graham Greene" John Cale Paris 1919
"I Can Not Have Seen the Light" Magnolia Electric Co. What Comes After the Blues

Red Hot Chili Peppers - "Savior" Californication
Coldplay - "Death And All His Friends" Viva La Vida
Thievery Corporation - "Lebanese Blonde" Garden State Soundtrack
John Mayer - "The Heart of Life" Continuum
Shinedown - "45" Leave A Whisper
Wilco - "I Got You (At The End Of The Century)" Being There
Lupe Fiasco - "Gold Watch" The Cool
Filligar - "No I Won't"
Wilco - "Either Way" Sky Blue Sky
Wilco - "Monday" Being There

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