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PostPosted: Fri Sep 03, 2010 7:25 am 
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I love reading the 10 Song Shuffle list here in Bleeding Ears but I rarely listen to songs on shuffle in my iPod. Instead, I often put on album shuffle to take me through the day. I know some of you do something similar (or bring CD's to work, etc.). I'd love to see what you're listening to during your day. Sometimes it's interesting to find out that someone else is tapping into the same musical vibe you are only 3,000 miles away (for instance, Shoe and I both having Lemonheads cravings on the same day a few months ago).

In my case, I'll be posting what I listened to the previous day. I'll try to be as consistent as kimfair with this but that's going to be hard because the man is a machine with the shuffle list.

9/2/10

Failure - Fantastic Planet
Afghan Whigs - Black Love
The Donnas - Gold Medal
Fleetwood Mac - Greatest Hits
Idlewild - The Remote Part
Allgood - Ride The Bee
The Flaming Lips - The Soft Bulletin

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 03, 2010 7:35 am 
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09/02/2010

After this mornings shuffle I have been listening to Ella Fitzgerald The Complete Songbook. There are 254 songs in it and right now I'm on song 18, I'm curious to see how many I can make it through today.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 03, 2010 8:16 am 
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Though I generally have the ipod on song shuffle, I will often check out new albums in their entirety, including this week:

Eli Paperboy Reed - Come and Get It
Los Lobos - Tin Can Trust

soon I'll be checking out my new stuff:
Jon Langford & Skull Orchard
New Richard Thompson
3 Creedence Clearwater Revival CD's (they were $1.99 each new at my local CD shop!).

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 03, 2010 8:24 am 
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Love Ella Fitzgerald, JC but I have to be in the right mood. Today, I need to get a ton of stuff done and Ella would sweet talk me into complacency. However, you mentioning her makes me want to pull some of her stuff out this weekend.

Kimfair - You didn't say which ones you got, but even so, you can be fairly sure those CCR CD's were a steal at $1.99. That band did very little wrong.

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caryc wrote:

Kimfair - You didn't say which ones you got, but even so, you can be fairly sure those CCR CD's were a steal at $1.99. That band did very little wrong.


I picked up:
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Bayou Country
Willie and the Poor Boys

When I go back, I'll see if they had Cosmo's Factory, or Green River. They are the 20 bit remastered versions as well. very cool.

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Kimfair wrote:

When I go back, I'll see if they had Cosmo's Factory, or Green River. They are the 20 bit remastered versions as well. very cool.



Cosmo's Factory is great, it was one of my fathers favorite albums and I heard it all the time while growing up.

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caryc wrote:
Love Ella Fitzgerald, JC but I have to be in the right mood. Today, I need to get a ton of stuff done and Ella would sweet talk me into complacency. However, you mentioning her makes me want to pull some of her stuff out this weekend.


Ella is wonderful, today is a just get through the day for me so I'm taking it kind of easy. Thirty seven songs down and going strong, although I am getting some strange looks from some of my co-workers.

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Man cannot live by Ella alone.

Jeff Beck - Emotion & Commotion
Jonny Lang - Live At The Ryman

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Another vote for Ella Fitzgerald. I nearly put The Very Best of the Duke Ellington Songbook on when I was feeding the kid this morning, but went with Bon Iver's For Emma, Forever Ago instead (both were sitting next to the CD player in the kitchen).

Last night, I listened to I See a Darkness by Bonnie Prince Billy on the iPod while falling asleep, inspired by a PM conversation that touched on him.


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It's been a nice day of uninterrupted desk work so far so here's what's graced the iPod up until now (approx. 1:00 pm).

9/3/10
Jesus and Mary Chain - Stoned and Dethroned
Motley Crue - Decade of Decadence
King Diamond - Abigail
Southern Bitch - Snake in the Grass
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Murder Ballads (playing now).

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09/03/10

Best Coast - Crazy for You
Damien Jurado - Saint Bartlett
Rolling Stones - Exile on Main Street
Fugazi - 13 Songs
Emeralds - Does It Look Like I'm Here?
Tanlines - Settings EP
Frank Zappa - Strictly Commercial
Happy Birthday - Happy Birthday

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9/3/10 - continued

Jet - Get Born
The Streets - A Grand Don't Come For Free

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In the car, I've had an mp3 disc of The Verve playing for a few days. Got through their eponymous EP, A Storm in Heaven, and No Come Down. A few songs into A Northern Soul.

This is partially because a couple of guys I used to play in bands have floated the idea of practicing a few songs and playing out as an Oasis/Verve cover band, and also partially because their suggestion, not really seriously pursued as of yet, reminded me that The Verve was a good band and I haven't listened to their stuff in a while.


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Eric wrote:
This is partially because a couple of guys I used to play in bands have floated the idea of practicing a few songs and playing out as an Oasis/Verve cover band

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Was hanging out with those guys tonight. We agreed that it was indeed a good idea without actually setting a date to get together and start playing.


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Eric wrote:
Was hanging out with those guys tonight. We agreed that it was indeed a good idea without actually setting a date to get together and start playing.

Are you going to try and get more popular than Surf's band? You should. He needs competition.

Any name ideas yet?


Supersonic Symphony = ImageImageImageImageImage

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09/04/10

Wavves - King of the Beach
Weezer - Green Album
Girls - Album
Bruce Springsteen - Greatest Hits
The Walkmen - Lisbon
Beck - Sea Change

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Grizzly Bear - Veckatimest


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Zypn wrote:
Beck - Sea Change


Great album.

I'm a day behind. I listened to half of the above and

Flaming Lips - Yoshimi battles the Pink Robots.


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Currently am listening to Richard Thompson Dream Attic at work.

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09/05/10

Matthew Dear - Black City
Jamaica - No Problem
Nick Drake - Pink Moon
Paramore - Riot!
Neil Young - Live at Massey Hall
Son Volt - Trace
Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy
Laura Marling - I Speak Because I Can

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Before Diving: Drive-By Truckers - The Dirty South

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09/07/2010

Casting Crowns - The Alter And The Door Live
Salty Dog - Mudsteppin'
Tab Benoit - Power Of The Pontchartrain

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09/06/10

Avi Buffalo - Avi Buffalo
Of Montreal - False Priest

Britney Spears - Circus
Children of Bodom - Are You Dead Yet?
B.o.B - The Adventures of Bobby Ray
Arcade Fire - Neon Bible
Arcade Fire - The Suburbs (A-mazing)
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Matt & Kim - Grand
The Cure - Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me

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So far this morning:

The Beatles - Help!
Gem - Sunglare Serenades
Kid Ego - Ignite the Tide
The Mooney Suzuki - Alive and Amplified

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Zypn wrote:
09/06/10

Avi Buffalo - Avi Buffalo
Of Montreal - False Priest

Britney Spears - Circus
Children of Bodom - Are You Dead Yet?
B.o.B - The Adventures of Bobby Ray
Arcade Fire - Neon Bible
Arcade Fire - The Suburbs (A-mazing)
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Matt & Kim - Grand
The Cure - Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me

Are the green ones indicating concurrent bowl usage?

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Last night while going to sleep:

The River in Reverse - Elvis Costello and Allen Toussaint

Mostly due to the fact that I saw Toussaint at the Detroit Jazz Festival yesterday.


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Last night's falling asleep music:

Beck's Sea Change.


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How sweet, everyone falling asleep to music.

Do you guys also have little Candy Land playful mobiles hanging above your bed and unicorns that have potpourri-smelling wildflowers shooting from their arses decorating your walls?

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Actually, a Batman Pinata.


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I've got a wife sleeping next to me that I don't want to have to listen to. Hence the iPod.


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I've never been able to fall asleep to music. Darkness and being still usually does it for me.

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caryc wrote:
I've never been able to fall asleep to music. Darkness and being still usually does it for me.

I find where if I want my active mind to listen to good music, I'll probably sleep. If I lie still, I'll want to fall asleep but will be unable to, if only because every little noise I hear will jostle me from my relaxed state. Unless I'm incredibly tired, then I'll just sleep.

It's time for me to get an hour of sleep in, by the way.


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Pender wrote:
Are the green ones indicating concurrent bowl usage?

Precisely.

brian wrote:
Last night's falling asleep music:

Beck's Sea Change.

:thumbs:

Falling asleep on a long car ride:

Without Sea Change - 15 minutes
With Sea Change - 3 minutes

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Actually, a Batman Pinata.

Since Pender isn't capable of sleeping (only waiting), neither of us should feel bad.

Not everyone wants to wake up, completely prone in the bath tub, to the sound of their own voice calling in a chopper.

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