Friday, February 20, 2009

Friday Random Top Ten


Ya pushes "shuffle" and ya takes yer chances. . .

1. Nunc Quadeant Materna (Hildegard von Bingen) Sequentia
2. Casanova Roxy Music
3. Swim Madder Rose
4. Clap Hands Tom Waits
5. Shine A Light The Rolling Stones
6. Fingertips They Might Be Giants
7. You Got Me Hummin' Sam & Dave
8. Funny How Love Is Queen
9. Airbag Radiohead
10. Where Thou Reignest (Franz Schubert) Christ Cathedral Choir, Oxford

This certainly isn't a Carnaval list (and that's not a very Carnaval-style photo, either)! I may have to set up a Genius list based on El Pindín Caliente or sumpin' 'cuz there's nuttin' heah what makes me wanna jump up 'n down and git sprayed con agua, like we do heah. Yeah, all in all, this is a kinda slow moving list, although the first number is kinda poppy, in a twelveth-century-monastic kinda way.

Waddya listenin' to, what with Carnaval starting an' all? Post it in the comments, please.

7 comments:

Andy said...

What, no Dead Milkmen? (I was a band member 78-80. I joined the AF, they went to Temple, the rest is history...)
Peace
Andy

Ann said...

J Hadyn_Trumpet Concerto in E Flat major
The End Of All Things The Return Of The King
Seguidilla murciana Alison Balsom
Eternal Spirit Ana Hernandez
Canticle of the Sun Isaac Everett
Ministration Isaac Everett
Satie: L'Enfance De Ko-Quo
A Knife In The Dark The Fellowship Of The Ring
Mozart : Horn Concerto No. 1 In D Major, K. 412
The White Tree The Return Of The King k
Abigail Washburn13

David |Dah • veed| said...

Jambalaya (On The Bayou) Carpenters
Together Forever Rick Astley
Everytime I look at you Il Divo
Wind Beneath My Wings Bette Midler
The Lion Sleeps Tonight Rockapella
Hero Mariah Carey
Please Mr Postman Carpenters
I'm Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How to Dance With You Black Kids
Ellas Danzan Solas (Cueca Solas) Sting
The Name Of The Game ABBA

I thought that if I picked something Cajun that iTunes Genius would follow my lead into Carnaval gaiety. As you can see that did not happen!

Padre Mickey said...

I thought that if I picked something Cajun that iTunes Genius would follow my lead into Carnaval gaiety

Geez David, maybe it's because the Carpenters aren't Cajun even if you poured File Gumbo on them!

Now the Dead Milkmen, they could be Cajun, or at least Cagein'.

Ann, I noticed some movie soundtrack stuff on your list. Have you ever checked out the Norman Bates Memorial Soundtrack Show on KFJC-FM on Saturdays, 9:00 am California time? If you have iTunes on your computer it is in the Public Radio stream.

David |Dah • veed| said...

I had a friend in Seattle in the late 80s who had all of the Dead Mikmen albums. They were one of his favorite groups, along with the Nylons!

Padre Mickey said...

Hola David,
Señor Genius doesn't recognise any Típico Panameño, so I don'' think it knows ANYTHING about Carnaval or Latinos not named "Juanes", "Shakira", or "Mána."

Fred Schwartz said...

Okay you folks, now forced me to do this. Keep in mind that this is really YOUR doing!

1. Casey Jones Grateful Dead
2. Mother's Little Helper Rolling Stones
3. Are You Experienced Jimi Hendrix
4. Cocaine Eric Clapton
5. She Came in Through The Bathroom Window Beatles
6. Crystal Ship Doors
7. Naked If I Want To Moby Grape
8. White Rabbit Jefferson Airplane
9. Flying High Country Joe and the Fish
10. America Simon and Garfunkel
Bonus Track tonight is My Generation by The Who

And the secret word is "zonest

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