Saturday, July 15, 2006

Playlist, 7/15/06

Dave Marsh
Mike Younger, Every Stone You Throw (moving into his early Faces period now)
Busta Rhymes, The Big Bang
Ennio Morricone, Once Upon a Time in the West (still the greatest soundtrack
album of all time)
Quetzal, "Migra" (what 4th of July will be about next year) [advance]
Mi Gente, Ozomatli with A.B. Quintanilla III and Kumbia Kings (what 4th of
July is really all about this year)
One Time, One Night, Los Lobos (my favorite 4th of July record)
Ray Wylie Hubbard, Snake Farm (the essence of Texas folk-rock--'cause it
rocks) [advance]
Jennifer Glass, Little Shout (EP) (stunning up and coming singer-songwriter)

Charanga Cakewalk, Chicano Zen
The Brandos, Gettysburg (Bring 'em home!)
Brook Benton, Rainy Night in Georgia (in memory of Arif Mardin)

Chris Papaleonardos
Johnny Cash, American V: A Hundred Highways
Dixie Chicks, Taking the Long Way
Pearl Jam, Pearl Jam
Joe Ely - "Settle for Love"
Social Distortion - "Ball and Chain"
Mikis Theodorakis - "Changer la Vie" (anthem of the French Socialist Party)

John Floyd
River City Tanlines, I'm Your Negative
Mouserocket, Mouserocket
Various artists, American Primitive II
Parliament, Osmium
Funkadelic, Music for Your Mother
The Complete Motown Singles Vol. 4
Wreckless Eric, The Whole Wide World for England
AC/DC, Powerage
Led Zeppelin, Presence
Ian McLagan & the Bump Band, Spiritual Boy
Ron Wood, 1234

Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Greg Graffin, Cold as the Clay
Bright Eyes, Motion Sickness
Nelly Furtado, Loose
The Kinks, The Kink Kronikles
Pet Shop Boys, Fundamental
Waylon Jennings, Honky Tonk Heroes
Buzzcocks, Flat-Pack Philosophy

APS
Chris Thomas King, Rise
Alice Peacock, Who I Am
Shawnna, Block Music
Luther Vandross, "Shine"
Jin, "Long Winding Road"
Ray Cash, "Livin' My Life"
Ludacris w/ Lil' Wayne, "Down South"
Ani Difranco, "Millenium Theater"

Bill Glahn
Roy Harper, Stormcock
Leon Russell, Gimme Shelter - The Best of Leon Russell
Terry Allen, Human Remains
Townes Van Zandt, The Late Great Townes Van Zandt
Mississippi John Hurt, Live
The Groundhogs, Live at Leeds '71

1 Comments:

Blogger whoami123 said...

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You can get someone's goat.
We can be as slippery as a snake.
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Some of us are as strong as an ox.
People try to buffalo others.
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But I'm having a whale of a time!

You have a riveting web log
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atypical & quiescent potential
for your intended readership.
May I suggest that you do
everything in your power to
honor your encyclopedic/omniscient
Designer/Architect as well
as your revering audience.
As soon as we acknowledge
this Supreme Designer/Architect,
Who has erected the beauteous
fabric of the universe, our minds
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wisdom and power.

Please remember to never
restrict anyone's opportunities
for ascertaining uninterrupted
existence for their quintessence.

There is a time for everything,
a season for every activity
under heaven. A time to be
born and a time to die. A
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harvest. A time to kill and
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tear down and a time to
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time to turn away. A time to
search and a time to lose.
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throw away. A time to tear
and a time to mend. A time
to be quiet and a time to
speak up. A time to love
and a time to hate. A time
for war and a time for peace.

Best wishes for continued ascendancy,
Dr. Whoami

P.S. One thing of which I am sure is
that the common culture of my youth
is gone for good. It was hollowed out
by the rise of ethnic "identity politics,"
then splintered beyond hope of repair
by the emergence of the web-based
technologies that so maximized and
facilitated cultural choice as to make
the broad-based offerings of the old
mass media look bland and unchallenging
by comparison."

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