Thursday, October 27, 2005

when the fish listens

it listens to thee...i haven't fished anything i've been listening to since way back in April, though it seems my tastes don't change very dramatically over six months.
for your listening pleasure, little fishes, 3 damn hours of music (sometimes i just let these things run & run & run until i wake up & think my goodness, is there such a thing as too much david byrne?)

  1. "hello" - shakespear's sister
  2. "song to the siren" - this mortal coil (tim buckley cover)
  3. "hazey jane I" - nick drake (if you sign up i think you can listen to it here)
  4. "i walk the line" - johnny cash
  5. "whip-smart" - liz phair
  6. "dance on vaseline" - david byrne
  7. "lazer beam" - super furry animals
  8. "baby's on fire" - the Venus in Furs, Velvet Goldmine soundtrack
  9. "lebanese blonde" - thievery corporation
  10. "ooh la la" - goldfrapp (the video's on one of the buzzing bees, flies, whatever)
  11. "plowed" - sponge
  12. "life during wartime" - talking heads
  13. "southern belle" - elliott smith
  14. "out-side" - the beta band (the "radio" feature at the bottom has it, 2nd track)
  15. "and the tide rushes in" - the moody blues
  16. "all the trees of the field will clap their hands" - sufjan stevens
  17. "somedays" - regina spektor (you can listen to it on the "radio" for Soviet Kitsch)
  18. "tira o leite" - os mutantes
  19. "polyester bride" - liz phair
  20. "the littlest birds" - the be good tanyas
  21. "50 ways to leave your lover" - paul simon
  22. "baby bitch" - ween
  23. "frankly, mr. shankly" - the smiths
  24. "hymn for her" - the magic numbers
  25. "stumpside" - rasputina
  26. "walking with a ghost" - tegan & sara
  27. "beau dimanche" - amadou & mariam
  28. "i'm a wheel" - wilco
  29. "the revolution" - david byrne
  30. "turning japanese" - the vapors
  31. "it'll chew you up & spit you out" - concrete blonde
  32. "cure for pain" - morphine
  33. "monday" - wilco
  34. "d-technolife" - uverworld
  35. "she's in parties" - bauhaus
  36. "in an operetta" - the magnetic fields
  37. "don't shit where you eat" - ween
  38. "size too small" - sufjan stevens
  39. "handshake drugs" - wilco
  40. "ordinary world" (MTV Unplugged) - duran duran
  41. "mexican radio" - wall of voodoo
  42. "asterisk" - orange range
  43. "discoball world" - david garza
  44. "what do children do" - jonathan fire*eater
  45. "singing softly to me" - kings of convenience
  46. "you go to my head" - billie holliday
  47. "ship out on the sea" - the be good tanyas
  48. "cold-blooded old times" - smog
  49. "all the dirt" - mike doughty
  50. "i can't sleep in silence" - huma

happy fishing, listeners.

couple post-scripts:

let me know if any of the links don't work.

if anyone has any idea how i can find a copy of the version of "Song to the Siren" that Tim Buckley does on the Monkees TV show, the "Frodis Caper" episode (which is the best of the Monkees episodes, & trust me, i know what i'm talking about--& i've just discovered it was in fact the last Monkees episode...) at the very end, sitting on a wrecked car with a twelve-string, please tell me because i've been looking for it for about 5 years now. even amazon failed me. they thought they could get it from Italy on a weird box set but after about 6 months had to admit defeat. speaking of Buckleys, ooh look what i found.

NPR has a great streaming radio page for All Songs Considered.

can't mention "I Walk the Line", or Johnny Cash, without mentioning the new movie, which i am gleefully anticipating. Joaquin Phoenix is a most unusual actor, & i've dug the Man in Black ever since i saw him doing "Ghost Riders in the Sky" on The Muppet Show way back when.

sorry about all the pop-ups, guess these music sites have to pay their way somehow. how much better would it be though if i could just upload all these songs to the fish & you could just sit & listen, for however much of three hours you could stand? ah, wishful thinking.

7 little fish:

Blogger transience swam up to say...

fishful thinking is more like it. billie holiday soothes me.

12:29 AM  
Blogger forgottenmachine swam up to say...

Shakespeare's Sister, This Mortal Coil, Nick Drake, Beta Band, The Magic Numbers, The Magnetic Fields.............that's just a damn groovy playlist.

And that's all I have to say about that.

9:03 AM  
Blogger Carl V. swam up to say...

Cool, looks like some interesting new music for me to check out.

Walk the Line looks like its going to be an amazing movie. I read that he does some if not all of the singing himself. Really cool.

9:32 AM  
Blogger jenn see swam up to say...

i have excellent taste in music--er, i mean eclectic. or both.
i'm hoping this is like fly fishing, where i sent this out into the air/water/cyberspace, & get new music back.

12:42 PM  
Blogger forgottenmachine swam up to say...

Well, then tit for tat.

Cursive
The Love X Nowhere
Calla
Jose Gonzalez
The American Analog Set
The Caribbean
Wolf Parade
Neil Halstead
Lockgroove
Big Strides
Kid Dakota
Serena Maneesh
From Monument To Masses

And I'll stop there just in case I'm way off the mark.

3:13 AM  
Blogger phylos swam up to say...

A Smiths fan as well Jenn - splendid. Most important British band of the last 30 years bar none. Bit like Marmite - you either love them or you hate them. No middle ground.

7:42 AM  
Blogger jenn see swam up to say...

this is exciting. vindications & explorations. woohoo flyfishing.

1:00 PM  

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