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thursday random ten

Yeah, this is usually a Wednesday thing. But I totally lost track of time (and space, as I’m doing a lot of apartment cleaning this week) and it goes up today. C’est la vie, y’know?

The usual rules, for those who may have forgotten: set your digital music player of choice on shuffle and record the ten songs it spits out. No cheating – let the embarrassing stuff show!

  1. “Heatwave” – The Who (from A Quick One)
  2. “Got To Get You Into My Life” – The Beatles (from Revolver (2009 Mono Remaster))
  3. “Who’s On First?” – Abbott & Costello (from Baseball’s Greatest Hits)
  4. “Hey Diddle” – Paul McCartney & Wings (from Unsurpassed Masters Vol. 2)
  5. “You’re My Best Friend” – Queen (from A Night At The Opera)
  6. “It’s Too Late” – Derek & The Dominos (from Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs)
  7. “Maybe I’m Amazed (Live in Newcastle 1973)” – Paul McCartney & Wings (from Unsurpassed Masters Vol. 1)
  8. “Baltimore” – Eddie From Ohio (from Live At Falcon Ridge Folk Festival 2005)
  9. “Handle With Care” – Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (from The Concert for George)
  10. “Won’t Want for Love (Margaret In the Taiga)” – The Decemberists (from The Hazards Of Love)

Sarah also did her own list yesterday – click here to check it out! And share your own random ten in the comments!

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  1. 1. Pete Yorn — “All at Once”
    2. REM — “Feeling Gravity’s Pull”
    3. Prince — “7”
    4. Adele — “Best for Last” (a favorite of my iTunes work library)
    5. Tracy Chapman — “Save Us All”
    6. Sloan Wainwright — “Illinois” (also a computer fave)
    7. Sloan Wainwright (back to back!) — “Cool Morning”
    8. Walkin’ Jim Stoltz — “Song for Rachel” (this is probably one of the best tracks from the album, which is not a high endorsement of Songs for the Earth)
    9. Magpie — “Rachel” (worse than the previous song, although they do harmonize well)
    10. Meg Hutchinson — “Leonids”

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