Random Ten

Someone is listening from a safe distance

Letters to Cleo, "I Want You to Want Me"
Pink Martini, "Que Sera Sera"
The Verve, "Bittersweet Symphony"
Fiona Apple, "Criminal"
Bruce Springsteen, "Darkness on the Edge of Town"
Randy Newman, "Lonely at the Top"
Jimmy Cliff, "Many Rivers to Cross"
Radiohead, "Exit Music for a Film"
Jump Little Children, "Cathedrals"
Billy Bragg, "You Woke Up My Neighborhood"

  • Scott

    In a fit of nostalgia, I picked up the first Indigo Girls CD the other day. “I spent four years prostrate to the higher mind, got my paper, and I was freeeeeee…..”
    More importantly, whatcha readin’? Hint, hint. :-)

  • twig

    Jump Little Children kick so much ass, one of the best parts of an absolutely lovely trip to South Carolina (Charleston is a gorgeous city, and I totally envy any of you who live there). Double them up with Guster for a sweet set of music.
    I do have to ask, though, if that version of Que Sera Sera is the one from the ‘Dead Like Me’ show? Heard that when a friend introduced me to the premiere… wow did I get the chills.
    Your blog rocks : )

  • none

    Jump Little Children! Excellent work.
    Unfortunately, they recently changed their name to Jump. Sounds like a CCM teen band.

  • http://www.thesmedleylog.com/archives/232 the smedley log

    Friday Random Ten XIII(she even hates her friends)

    To further randomize the most predictable weekly event here at tsl, I’m listing the shout-outs first: Mark, Matt, Bob, Heliologue, Fred, and Kim …
    And now for the disclosures:
    Bands I’ve seen in person: 2, 3, 6, 8, 9, 10
    Three lyric sn…

  • TEd

    JLC in the hizzy!
    I saw them once…opening for a little band called The Nields. It was love at first “Check It Out.”

  • howard

    one of the best all-time lines: “We hope that you choke, that you choke…”
    Love that Radiohead


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