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02-27-2007, 06:18 PM
so here's the top 24 played songs on my computer according to itunes. it really makes no sense that the chief of the fuzzers song is so high up there.

It's Alright 2:37 The Kinks
Catch My Disease 4:13 Ben Lee
Chief of the Fuzzers 2:39 Gourds
Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out) 2:10 The Hombres
Blue Orchid 2:37 The White Stripes
Ants On The Melon 3:40 Gourds
Big Star 4:24 The Jayhawks
New Health Rock 4:03 TV On The Radio
Too Bad That You're Gone 4:30 Two Dollar Pistols
Turn On Your Love Light 2:37 Bobby "Blue" Bland
Wisdom 5:28 The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Lake Somerset 3:49 Deerhunter
Something Left to Say 4:08 Roman Candle
Sleepin' Around 3:42 Sonic Youth
Make A Little Love 3:28 Alex Chilton
C'mon Now Love Me 3:48 The Forty-Fives
5-22-02 3:46 Golden Smog
James 5:01 Josh Rouse
Lies 2:44 The Knickerbockers
Portland Oregon [w Jack White] 3:49 Loretta Lynn
Little Bit O'Soul 2:22 The Music Explosion
I Can't Stand the Rain 2:29 Ann Peebles
Pounds Of Soul 2:30 Betty Bibbs
Les Chrysanthèmes 4:04 Cosmos Sound Club

02-28-2007, 08:18 AM
. . . the best current band no one has heard of. They are really good.

Check out the new CD by The Holmes Brothers. Great gospel influenced Americana, with guest spots by Levon Helm, Joan Osborne, and Roseanne Cash.

02-28-2007, 09:08 AM
I don't use iTunes, but here are the first fifteen songs that showed up this morning when I shuffled the music player on my phone:

1 "London Calling" - The Clash
2 "You Keep it All In" - The Beautiful South
3 "Sunday Morning" - The Velvet Underground
4 "Welcome to the Working Week" - Elvis Costello
5 "Don't Pass Me By" - The Beatles
6 "Linda Linda" - The Blue Hearts
7 "A Minor Incident" - Badly Drawn Boy
8 "Don't Change Your Plans" - Ben Folds
9 "Disconnecty" - Grandaddy
10 "Roscoe" - Midlake
11 "A Solid System" - Pleasant Grove
12 "(White Man in) Hammersmith Palais" - The Clash
13 "Ana Ng" - They Might Be Giants
14 "I'll Be Your Mirror" - The Velvet Underground
15 "El Caminos of the West" - Grandaddy

Hmm. Not bad.

02-28-2007, 02:11 PM
i just picked up that midlake cd. i had heard one song last year on the radio and was interested. it's growing on me.

02-28-2007, 03:10 PM
Sounds more than a little like my library. My next 15 in iTunes party shuffle:

1 "Killerman Gold Possee" - Richard Thompson
2 "Still California" - Furry Things
3 "Jewels for Sophia" - Robyn Hitch****
4 "Driving Wheel" - Michael Hurley & the Unholy Modal Rounders
5 "Double Dare" - Yo La Tengo
6 "Ghosts" - The Jam
7 "Konzert" - Gyorgi Ligeti
8 "I'm Depending On You" - Otis Redding
9 "The Smithsonian Institute Blues" - Captain Beefheart
10 "Hank Williams Must Die" - Killer Shrews
11 "Pianos and Voices" - Morton Feldman
12 "Linh-Le" - Peter Blegvan & John Greaves
13 "Stop Time" - Horace Silver
14 "El Canoero" - Los Lobos
15 "Satta Massagana" - Abyssinians

03-01-2007, 01:21 PM
Sonny Rollins
Stan Getz

Be Bop in general......I could go on and on....
Some fusion...only the good stuff...

New ones to watch:
Taylor Eigsti

and a host of other new kids on the block...

Now my tip:

Subscribe to Rhapsody.... gives you stream access to millions of sides
Then purchase Replay Music (one time cost)

1. Stream while Replay records
2. Cut your sides----- megabucks saved....

Nuff said....

And remember, good jazz requires talent and never grows old...!!!!

Go Duke!!!!! :)

03-01-2007, 06:25 PM
So does your Miles stop with In a Silent Way or do you go on? I've found myself listening a lot to On the Corner lately, maybe it's just the natural soundtrack to employment discrimination. You say some fusion, so I assume so. Outside of some Mahavishnu (mostly the quieter stuff) I can't get into too much more (Tony Williams). The RVG reissues of Hank Mobley have been been a recent favorite too.

03-01-2007, 09:54 PM
You guys are way hipper than me... I spent the morning listening to Van Halen II. Young, alcoholic Eddie Van Halen was a GOD!

03-01-2007, 10:52 PM
no, nels cline is god.

jazz hipsters and guitar freaks alike should check out Interstellar Space Revisited. nels cline (currently lead guitarist in wilco) with greg bierden (?sp) on drums interpret coltrane's free jazz lp, Interstellar Space. at first it sounds like utter noise but if you stick with it, it is really cool.

and i also will add that Miles' In A Silent Way is one of my all time faves. It is the ultimate chill out album. In retrospect it seems about 30 years ahead of its time.

03-07-2007, 07:25 PM
My itunes top 25 played

As I Went Out One Morning...Bob Dylan
West Coast of Clare...Planxty
Rebellion (Lies)...The Arcade Fire
I Will Follow You into the Dark...Death Cab For Cutie
Oh! Sweet Nuthin'...The Velvet Underground
Devious...Bunny Brown
Linus And Lucy...Vince Guaraldi Trio
Black Cab...Jens Lekman
Valley Winter Song...Fountains of Wayne
Shady Grove...Jerry Garcia & David Grisman
My Father's Favorite...Sense and Sensibility Sdtk
Dont Think Twice...Bob Dylan
Going Up The Country...Canned Heat
Days...David Bowie
Jaan Pehechaan Ho...Mohammed Rafi
Iron Lion Zion...Bob Marley
While My Guitar Gently Weeps...Beatles
I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl...Nina Simone
I'm Waking Up To Us...Belle and Sebastian
Where Have All The Flowers Gone...Peter, Paul and Mary
Walking With A Ghost...Tegan and Sara
Love Generation...Bob Sinclair
The Twist...Chubby Checker
Helplessly Hoping...Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Dragostea Din Tei...O-Zone