August 28, 2005

Seven Songs Indeed

Dustbury has a post of seven songs you're into lately. So I'll post mine, and you can do accordingly if you'd like.

(In no order)

1) Pretty Fly for a Rabbi - Weird Al. This came on the iPod while I was housecleaning a couple of weeks ago, and I laughed out loud. Weird Al is hit or miss with me - the only other song that'll do this to me is Jurassic Park (to the tune of Macarthur Park, of course)

2) Within Each of Us - Adora. Check it out. (6th track down)

3) Studying Stones - Ani DiFranco. This song's off her latest album. She is also hit or miss with me (relationship songs rock and are full of wonderful metaphors. I wholeheartedly disagree with the woman's politics, though.)

4) Movin' Out (Anthony's Song) - Billy Joel. St. Louis has this radio station that plays a pretty wide variety of "whatever they want," as they say, called The Arch. I've always liked this song, but it brings a particular pleasure when it comes on the radio randomly while I'm driving. They stream in case you're interested.

5) Martial Law - George Clinton. This song is a surefire guarantee to put me in a good mood. Silly, but true.

6) Honestly Now (Safety's Just Danger...Out of Place) - Harry Connick Jr.

7) Night Moves - Marilyn Martin. Marilyn Martin's self-titled CD JUST came out in August, and I snapped it up that day. I've had the cassette since junior high, but the only way to get a CD was to pay upwards of $60 on eBay to get a Japanese marketed CD. No thanks. But now that I have one, this has been playing a lot. Ah, the 80's.

I could go on all day. One honorary - Extreme Ways - Moby.


Posted by hln at August 28, 2005 08:54 AM | Music | TrackBack
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