Random Ten

lord, to be 33 forever …

The Call, "I Still Believe"
The Breeders, "Happiness Is a Warm Gun"
Pavement, "Summer Babe"
The Hold Steady, "Stevie Nix"
Squeeze, "Black Coffee in Bed"
Aimee Mann, "Driving Sideways"
Crowded House, "Locked Out"
Bobby Womack, "Across 110th Street"
Green, "I Know, I Know"
Bruce Springsteen, "The Rising"

That Green song is one of my favorite things in the whole world. "I Know, I Know" is kind of what "Don't Worry Baby" would've sounded like if the Beach Boys had been a punk trio from Chicago. It's from the album "Elaine MacKenzie," which you can buy on CD from No Cigar.

  • Craig Richardson

    Wow. This is the first “random ten” i’ve seen on /anyone’s/ blog featuring a song I’m relatively familiar with, and you got two! And someone besides me remembers the Call!

  • Steve

    I Still Believe…what a kick ass song that is.
    For people like us
    In places like this
    We need all the hope
    That we can get…

  • http://www.thesmedleylog.com/archives/315 the smedley log

    Friday Random Ten XXI(Ive got a plan to lose it all)

    Its Friday once more. Time for the not-so-secret society of the Random Ten-ers to be called to order (Bob, Fred, Heliologue, Marisa, Mark and Matt. )
    1. Breathing – Jayy Mannon (mp3)
    2. Crazy (Acoustic) – Seal (single B-side)
    3. Here With Me …

  • Thlayli

    There’s a stain on my notebook where your coffee cup was….
    My freshman year of college (1986), 45s and Under was one of the albums that everyone in the dorm had. The others were the Cure comp Standing om a Beach and the first Violent Femmes. (And all the guys had Licensed to Ill.)

  • Thlayli

    Standing ON a Beach, also.

  • Mnemosyne

    You have one of my favorite songs that I never would have heard if not for Quentin Tarantino: “Across 110th Street.”


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