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16 June 2006


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About damn time!

1) "Diga Diga Do," Duke Ellington

NOW you're talkin' DANCE MUSIC, baby!

2) "Hometown Girl," Mary Chapin Carpenter

Morgan used to see her "when," back when she played the bars in D.C.

3) "I Don't Have To Wonder," by Garth Brooks

And *I* don't have to apologize for Garth, no way!

4) "The Boxer," Simon & Garfunkel

This album, "Bridge Over Troubled Water," is the first one I ever bought on my own with my own money. At Tower Records.

5) "Hills of Lorne," Ashley MacIsaac

Crazy Gay Canadian fiddler in the kilt.

6) "Eyes on the Prize," Bruce Springsteen

The new old stuff

7) "When My Morning Comes Around," Iris Dement

8) "Emily's Reel," Edgar Meyer

9) "Two-Step a Tina", Balfa Toujours

Alligator Stomp!

10) "To Each His Own," Benny Goodman


Oh, I thought you'd never ask.

1) Drawn to the Rhythm, Sarah McLachlan. Before she was big.

2) Here Lies Love, Paula West. Love, love, love her. She called me at work.

3) Daddy, Julie London. From an "Ultra Lounge" collection.

4) You Don't Know My Name, Alicia Keys

5) Sister (Miss Celie's Blues) by Suede. Made famous by the movie "The Color Purple"

6) Fan the Flame, Benita Hill. Jazz originals. I love having unknowns that are SO good.

7) Don't Leave Me This Way, Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes. I like my old Motown.

8) Missundaztood, P!nk. It's a grrl thing.

9) All I Could Do Is Cry, Etta James. The Queen.... mmmmmm.

10) Take Me As I Am, Wyclef Jean. Great song about a respecting your partner and being yourself.


A Day Late and A Dollar Short...

1. Peace by Weezer
Early 90's alt-rock band that won the hearts of many. What can you say

about good looking men in nerdy glasses??

2. My Oh My by David Gray
Rough Voice, Acoustic based songs and strong emotions......Beautiful!

3. Wish Coin (Go It Alone) by Beck

4. Candy Everybody Wants by 10,000 Maniacs
Natalie please come back to the maniacs..........

5. Fields of Gold by Sting

6. Tomorrow, Wendy by Concrete Blonde

7. Sweet Jane by Cowboy Junkies

8. Enjoy the Silence by Tori Amos

9. 99.9F by Suzanne Vega

10. Oldest Story in the World by The Plimsouls


Blech. Late again.

1. Have Mercy on Me. The Judds. I have a soft spot in my heart for The Judds. They're just plain old fun.

2. Bohemian Rhapsody. Queen. What can you say? Harmony, rock and roll, and Freddie Mercury. :)

3. Piano Man. Billy Joel. An oldy but goody.

4. Some People from Gypsy. Bette Midler. Hmmm, it took me until #4 to come up with a musical theater piece.

5. You Needed Me. A song for all of us co-dependents. LOL. Loved it.

6. Redneck Woman. Gretchen Wilson. One of the few modern country songs I like. With it's hysterically funny lyrics, and unabashed trashiness, what's not to like?

7. Sing from Chorus Line. A song about how this particular dancer can't sing to save her soul. Sometimes I feel exactly like that, except I can't dance, then I want to put my head in the oven.

8. Walking in Memphis by Marc Cohn. A beautiful and heart felt song. Almost makes me want to go to Memphis.

9. Gangsta's Paradise. Coolio. I've loved this song ever since I heard it in Dangerous Minds with Michelle Pfeiffer. The orchestration is haunting, the chorus is infectious, and the rap is desperately accurate.

10. Just the Way You Are. Billy Joel. One of the great love songs of all time.



Hiya... long-time reader, first time (I think) commenter...

I know you don't know me from Eve, but if you're curious, my random ten can be found here.


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