Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Time for a Music Check

Here's mine. What's yours?

Last 5/Next 5

Can't Hide Love, Earth Wind & Fire
Ruby Baby, Donald Fagen
Groovin' High, Dizzy Gillespie
Raised on Robbery, Joni Mitchell
Trampled Underfoot, Led Zeppelin

Got to Give it Up, Marvin Gaye
Love Vigilantes, New Order
Phone Booth, Robert Cray Band
Big Time, Peter Gabriel
Dolly Dagger, Jimi Hendrix


Leo Pusateri said...

1. "Animal Farm" by The Kinks

2. "Ariel" by Dean Friedman

3. "I Shall Not Be Moved" By the Million Dollar Quartet

4. "Twenty Five Minutes To Go" By Johnny Cash

5. "Strokin'" By Clarence Carter

Leo Pusateri said...

Oops.. next five...

6. "I've Got The World On A String" by Louis Prima

7. "Sing, Sing, Sing" by Benny Goodman band

8. "Rainy Night in Georgia" Brook Benton

9. "Crystal Blue Persuasion" Tommy James & the Shondells

10. "Vehicle" Ides of March

my name is Amanda said...

Last - not as genre-random as I sometimes get:
"Sweet Jane" - Cowboy Junkies
"Green Eyes" - Coldplay
"Casimir Pulaski Day" - Sufjan Stevens
"Gedge's Song: - The Icicles
"Can't Hardly Wait" - The Replacements

Next -
"Precious Things" - Tori Amos
"Fade Into You" - Mazzy Star
"We Can Work It Out" - The Beatles
"Largo e Pianissimo Sempre" - Vivaldi
"Turn On Me" - The Shins.

Apparently a little angst and romance in my future!

Mark Heuring said...


That's some good eclectic stuff there. Clarence Carter and Benny Goodman -- I may need to borrow your iPod.

More importantly, I can't tell you how delighted to see that the lamp is lit back at the Ice Palace. Freedom Dogs is a great blog but it's nice to keep your own place. I've been posting at TvM too and am enjoying it, but I find I need a home base, too.


Angst and romance often travel together. And believe it or not, I've actually heard of Sufjan Stevens and know that album and that song. And the 'Mats have always been faves.