Monday, August 03, 2009

30 Songs [updated]

George from The Nevermind Aesthetic didn’t tag me for this, but I did it anyway because I was curious.

Instructions...if you're interested:
1. Turn on whatever MP3 player you possess.
2. Go to SHUFFLE songs mode.
3. Write down the first 30 songs or more that come up--song title and artist.
4. NO editing/cheating, please. Write them order.
5. Choose 25 (or so) people to be tagged...or not. 
So here goes:

woodenheadCD Ain’t No Right – Jane’s Addiction
How Do You Think It Feels? – Lou Reed
Sixty Seconds to What – Ennio Morricone
Caution – Bob Marley
Tremolo – Marc Chesterman/Woodenhead soundtrack)

41X1E6ECTTL._SL500_AA240_ Fruhling – Jesse Norman, singing Richard Strauss’s Four Last Songs
Making Plans for Nigel – Nouvelle Vogue
Ennui – Graham Brazier
Oop Bop Sh’ Bam – Dizzy Gillespie
Daddy’s a Postman – Graham Parker

Redgum_-_Caught_In_The_Act-[Front] Charade – Henry Mancini
Diamantina Drover – Redgum
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl – Muddy Waters
Enola/Alone – Manic Street Preachers
Aquarium – Saint Saens

41YZ1Y7YEML._SL500_AA240_ Autograph – Bernard Butler
Evil Lies in that Ring (Act 3, Scene 1, Siegfried) – Richard Wagner
Virtuoso Etudes after Gershwin – Earl Wild
Memories are Made of This – Mario Lanza (after Dean Martin)
Der Engel – KIrsten Flagstad, singing Richard Wagner’s Wesendonck Lieder

Fripp_&_Eno's_Evening_Star People Move On – Bernard Butler
The Card Cheat – The Clash
I Think I’m a Mother – PJ Harvey
Green Walls – Toy Love
Wind on Water – Fripp & Eno

MusicCatalog_B_Barry Adamson - The King Of Nothing Hill_Barry Adamson - The King Of Nothing Hill Whispering Streets – Barry Adamson
Criollo – Phil Manzanera
Lawless – Christy Moore
Ho-Ho Schmiede Mein Hammer – Lauritz Melchior singing the ‘Forging Song’ from Act 1 of Richard Wagner’s Siegfried
Amarcord Suite - Nino Rota

So there you go.  Some great curiosities there.

I won’t tag anyone but if you’d like to be tagged just leave a note in the comments so I can link to your post in an update.

UPDATE: MacDoctor’s had a crack at the game.

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11 Comments:

Blogger Greig McGill said...

I Could Talk I'd Tell You - The Lemonheads
Alexander the Great - Iron Maiden
American Man - Velvet Revolver
New Year's Prayer - Jeff Buckley
Just Like A Woman - Bob Dylan
As Long as the Moon Can Shine - Mike Batt
Green Disease - Pearl Jam
Human - The Killers
Across the Universe - The Beatles
Glorious Days - Weezer

Fruit Machine - The Ting Tings
Storm - Godspeed You! Black Emperor
She Came In Through the Bathroom Window - The Beatles
Who Let You Go? - The Killers
In Passing - The Lemonheads
Broken - Unkle
Largo (Symphony No. 9) - Dvorak
Pearls Girl - Underworld
I am the Cosmos - This Mortal Coil

Madagascar - Guns 'n' Roses
Cryptorchid - Marilyn Manson
Climbing Up To The Moon - Eels
Let Me Out - Ben's Brother
Seven - James
Riverhead - Goldenhorse
The Real Me - WASP
Honestly - Zwan
Hollywood Town - Manfred Mann's Earth Band
Scentless Apprentice - Nirvana

No laughing. :)

8/03/2009 05:10:00 pm  
Blogger Greig McGill said...

Whoops... couple of typos, and I missed one... next one in the list is:

Be A Girl - The Stereo Bus

8/03/2009 05:11:00 pm  
Blogger gregster said...

Free at last -antony & the johnsons
Dead can dance-wind that shakes the barley
Rachmaninov/rosel-rhapsody on a theme by Paganini
Ladytron-re:agents
Vaclav Neumann: Czech philharmonic-III. Scherzo:vivace
The incredible mr freeze-back to the scene of the crime
Unknown-track09 [box night club take me back CD]
Dsr-babaloo
Playgroup-haphazard
The teardrop explodes- strange house in the snow
Dead can dance-I can see now
Joseph crips:London symphony orchestra-beethoven symphony #1 in C
The rolling stones-start me up
Moby-natural blues
Arthur baker-breaker’s revenge
Joseph krips:lso-beethoven #7 in A
Morrissey-first of the gang to die
Air-all I need
Cocteau twins-bluebeard
Groove armada-at the river
Peter Murphy-strange kind of love
4hero-les fleur
Echo & the bunnymen-baseball bill
Ultra nate-desire
Faust-just a second
Tom Verlaine-the earth is the sky
Dead can dance-the love that cannot be
Neil young & crazy horse-cowgirl in the sand
Maria jose pires:theodor gusc-Mozart piano concerto#21 in c
Robin Guthrie-the day star
Cocteau twins-little spacey
Planet patrol-play at your own risk
Copland-appalachian spring 3 moderato
Editors-lights
Lcd soundsystem-north American scum
Morrissey-irish blood, english heart
Sugarcubes-birthday

8/03/2009 06:36:00 pm  
Blogger bulb said...

These lists are always fun if only as ways to find stuff to add to your iPod or iTunes library.

PV has been on a Facebook lists' run of late. Liked the beers and the dream festival musical lineup as well!

8/03/2009 09:07:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

why the fuck are you listing to so much lefty shit?

I think I counted precisely 4 non-left tracks on PC's list.


Where at least is the collected works of Bob Roberts?

8/03/2009 09:21:00 pm  
Blogger PC said...

It's getting near time to just start deleting Anonymous comments, I"m thinking. There's no value in them.

This nonsense above is just another example.

8/03/2009 09:33:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh really. Well lets see - if Laborite Unionists over at the Standard were listening to Wagner and Bruckner and Beethoven then we'd have a very legitimate cause for complaint.
Of course they're not, they're off with Bob Dylan and Bill Bragg. Well I'm pleased no Bragg made either list - but let's face it: most of it is the Internationale with a drum kit.

8/03/2009 10:45:00 pm  
Blogger PC said...

Still not sure I get your point, anonymous, but let me make three.

1. This is s bit of fun, showing random (sometimes little played) songs of one's MP3 player. That's all it is.
2. Musical values aren't political. Fact is, even The Internationale had a great tune. :-)
3. If Labourite Unionists over at the Standard were listening to Wagner and Bruckner and Beethoven, then I'm immediately embrace them as comrades. ;-P

8/03/2009 11:27:00 pm  
Blogger Greig McGill said...

What the cock? Mr. Nony Mouse... are you saying that art can only be created by people who have the same values as you? What a depressing viewpoint.

8/04/2009 07:56:00 am  
Blogger The Tomahawk Kid said...

Central Park and West - Ian Hunter
Hanging On The Telephone - Def Leppard
Good Time Lover - Savoy Brown
Jungle Jenny - The Sensational Alex Harvey Band
Going To THe River - Taj Mahal
Conch Close - Taj mahal
Wouldn Couldna Shouldna - Taj Mahal
Grits Aint Groceries - Savoy Brown
Mama Were All Crazy Now - Slade
23a Swan Hill - Ian HUnter
Running Shoes - Fabulous Thunderbirds
Letter To Britania - Ian Hunter
Stubborn Kind of Fellow - Blues Band
Too many Irons In The Fire - Fabulous Thunderbirds
Im Glad Im Jewish - Mike Bloomfield
The Crawl - Fabulous Thunderbirds
The Hammer Song - Sensational Alex Harvey Band
Saturday In The Park - Chicago
Shes In The Middle - Dr FeelgoodPOD - Brilleaux
Bundle of Joy - Brilleaux
Dead and Lovely - Tom Waits
Mad Dog - JOhnny Winter
Just To Walk That Little Girl HOme - Willie Deville
Going Mobile - Who
Downtown Train - Tom Waits
Dress - PJ Harvey
Human Being - New York Dolls
Paper Money - Montrose
Rough Boys - Pete Townshend
Cadillac Walk - Mink Deville
Wave of Mutilation - The Pixies
Cant Find My Way HOme - Blind Faith
Blue Ronda A La Turk - Dave Brubeck
Day After Day - Badfinger
Stoned Guitar - Human Instinct
All The Way From Memphis - Ian Hunter
Sergeant Fury - Alex Harvey
We Came Along This Road - Nick Cave

8/04/2009 10:13:00 am  
Anonymous Semi Permanent Make Up said...

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8/13/2009 01:15:00 am  

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