Ya know, fellas, if you want to make music you probably shouldn't put your instruments in a big pile in the middle of the room. Just some advice from Padre Mickey, world famous musician. Well, unless you're planning to light them on fire while you dance around them. . .
Ya pushes "shuffle" and ya takes yer chances. . .
1. Strange Man, Changed Man/ Lonely Dancer Bram Tchaikovsky
2. Psalmus 112 (Monteverdi) Taverner Consort
3. The Dirty Jobs The Who
4. Oh Yeah Roxy Music
5. Lizard Lady The Residents
6. Little Bird White Stripes
7. Canticle: Magnificat Anima Mea/ O Rubor Sanguinis (Von Bingen) Anonymous 4
8. Look Of Love Richard Hayman
9. Moss Garden David Bowie
10. Blame It On The Sun Stevie Wonder
This is one really strange list. If it hadn't been for the White Stripes we would have had no representation from our present century. We have stuff from the 13th, 17th, and 20th centuries and The White Stripes, who announced the end of the band earlier this week. Richard Hayman used to do the arrangements for the Boston Pops. This track is from the album Genuine Electric Latin Love Machine; Hayman recorded albums of popular songs using the new-fangled synthesiser machine, like Walter, later Wendy Carlos. I think I probably downloaded that album when Princess Sparklepony was posting really weird stuff to download. I was amazed to find a video for that cut! This list is kinda all over the place.
Watchoo listenin' to?