Alive or Just Breathing ~ Killswitch Engage
Now I'm listening to Eva Cassidy. She is really good. I love her interpretations of the oldies.
Green Day- Boulevard of Broken Dreams
dj danger mouse-the grey album
madeleine peyroux~careless love
Billy Ray Cyrus~Achy Breaky Heart
The Magnetic Fields - 69 Love Songs
Pixies - Surfer Rosa
Interpol - Antics
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Deathlap - cyclocross, training, beer,...escape hatch
Led Zeppelin - Dazed and Confused
His Hero Is Gone -- The unwanted child.
That record is really good.Originally Posted by dirtydan
when the world is sick
can no one be well?
but i dreamt we was all
beautiful and strong...
Hard NRG V3- Greatest DJ
Wilco: Tower Records On N. Clark St.--Chicago, Il--Fm - Wxrt 93.1--1993-03-11
Don McLean~McArthur Park
pixies, motorhead, Johnny Cash
John Cage ~ 4'33"
woah, far out man.Originally Posted by King Flatulence
Ray Charles: Celebrates a Gospel Christmas with the Voices of Jubilation (Brother Ray's last recorded concert).
Missing in Action: Our Thoughts Are Poisonous (A colleague's son's punk band. Political, angry. Not bad.)
Celtic Bagpipes Irish and Scots folk tunes. Pretty mellow for pipes. A bit repetitive.)
Love-Strings, Flings and Movie Things (Jazziz magazine's sampler for February '05, loaned to me by a friend. Pop Jazz. Some good cuts if you like that kind of thing. A couple of tracks by Chris Botti)
Eric Dolphy: Out to Lunch [I](Supposed to be pretty out-there progressive jazz. I haven't heard it yet.)
And, as soon as I get the time, I want to listen to:
Warren Zevon: The Wind
Johnny Cash: God (from the Love, God, Murder set)[I]
Lots of thoughts of mortality, here.
Religion is a good thing for good people and a bad thing for bad people. --H. Richard Niebuhr
The The~Naked Self
v3 - XtC