Fall into Falling

If I send it to you, you’ve got to promise to keep it whole “Fall at Your Feet,” Crowded House “Fall Away,” The Fray “Fall Behind Me,” The Donnas “The Fall of Troy,” Tom Waits “Fall on Me,” Cry Cry Cry “Fall on Me,” Mark Erelli “Fall on Me,” R.E.M. “Fall to Pieces,” Avril Lavigne [Read More...]

All Eyes

‘Cause part of me knows what you’re thinking … “Eye,” Smashing Pumpkins “Eyé Adabå,” Asa “Eye in the Sky,” Jonatha Brooke “Eye Know,” De La Soul “Eye Know (Know It All mix),” De La Soul “Eye of the Hurricane,” The Alarm “Eye of the Storm,” Mark Heard “Eye of the Tiger,” Josh Joplin “Eye on [Read More...]

Dry-Dust

Every now and then I seem to dream these dreams … “The Dry Bones Dance,” Mark Heard “Dry Land,” Roddy Frame “Dry Lightning,” Bruce Springsteen “Dry the Rain,” The Beta Band “The Dull Flame of Desire,” Bjork “Dum Da Dum Doi Doi,” Terry Taylor “Dumb,” Nirvana “Dumb Ol’ Girl,” Kathleen Wilhoite “Dunford’s Fancy,” The Waterboys [Read More...]

All in all is all we are

So, if you were born the day Kurt Cobain died, then you’re now old enough to vote. [Read more...]

Canada to Capistrano Beach

Hope she knows I only turned out half bad … “Canada vs. America,” Broken Social Scene “Canceled Check,” Beck “Candle in the Wind,” Elton John “Candlelight Song,” Violent Femmes “Candy,” The Astors “Candy,” Iggy Pop & Kate Pierson “Candy,” Morphine “Candy,” Steve Hindalong “Candy Everybody Wants,” 10,000 Maniacs “Candy Guru,” Chagall Guevara “Candy’s Room,” Bruce [Read More...]

Back to Backwards

After all this time to find we’re just like all the rest … “Back 2 Good,” Matchbox Twenty “The Back Door to Heaven,” Aztec Camera “Back in the USSR,” The Beatles “Back in Your Head,” Tegan & Sara “The Back of Your Hand,” Dwight Yoakam “Back of Your Head,” Julie Miller “Back on Board,” Aztec [Read More...]

Ain’t (it about time to restart the Alphabet Game)

There ain’t no way to make the bad man stop babe … “Ain’t 2 Proud 2 Beg,” TLC “Ain’t Goin’ Down to the Well,” Tom Waits “Ain’t Gonna Rain Anymore,” Nick Cave “Ain’t Got You,” Bruce Springsteen “Ain’t Hip to Be Labelled a Hippie,” De La Soul “Ain’t It a Shame,” The B-52s “Ain’t It [Read More...]

‘Can’t no preacher man save my soul’

Here’s the Civil Wars, Joy Williams and John Paul White, performing “Barton Hollow“: In case you needed any further reason to love the Civil Wars, Bread for the World notes that the duo also provided the score for Finding North, a documentary about hunger in America. Here’s Williams on the subject: Forty-four million people go [Read More...]


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