Friday, April 29, 2005

Friday sitting-on-your-ass-after-a-good-day-at-work music

  1. These Boots Are Made For Walking, Family of God

  2. The Ghost in You, Counting Crows

  3. Sexual Healing, Marvin Gaye

  4. Cowboy, Kid Rock

  5. Take Me Out, Franz Ferdinand

  6. Never Been To Spain, Three Dog Night*

  7. Young Hearts Run Free, Kym Mazelle

  8. If She Knew What She Wants, The Bangles

  9. The Chemicals Between Us, Bush

  10. Rainy Day, Guster


* This song will always make me smile and remember the last scenes of Scotland, PA, one of my favorite obscure movies.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Lisa V said...

One of my dirty little secrets, liking the Bangles. I used to love that song.

Sexual Healing...wow... long time ago. RIP Marvin.

12:32 AM, April 30, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love Counting Crows. Trying to recall if I've ever actually heard "The Ghost in You." Probably I have, but I can't think of how it goes right now. I have their first three CDs.

Marvin's Sexual Healing is awesome, and Soul Asylum also did a cool version of it in the '90s.

The moment I saw your asterisk after Never Been to Spain, I knew it would have something to do with Scotland, PA. ;)

*Justine*

12:44 AM, April 30, 2005  
Blogger SuzanH said...

Wasn't Scotland, PA the MacBeth remake? With Lisa from NewsRadio? Or am I mixing stuff up?

Excellent random selection.

12:17 PM, April 30, 2005  
Blogger Angry Pregnant Lawyer said...

Lisa, is liking the Bangles shameful? To this day I think Different Light is one of the best rock albums ever. It was the only tape I took on a two-week trip to Italy when I was 13, and I never got sick of it.

Justine, you know me so well. And the CC version of "Ghost in You" is on the Clueless soundtrack.

Yeah, SuzanH, Scotland, PA starred Maura Tierney (my TV girlfriend for the past 10 years) and was written and directed by her real-life husband, Billy Morrisette. It was MacBeth set in 1970s, Camaro-drivin', Bad-Company-listenin' rural Pennsylvania. I love it.

1:26 PM, April 30, 2005  
Anonymous LisaV said...

Okay you were 13, I was 22. The bangles were too popular and mainstream to be cool. But I always sang along. "Eternal Flame" is one of the best sing along songs in a car, by yourself, with the windows rolled up.

See when I was 13 I think I liked Olivia Newton John and Air Supply. The Bee Gees too. "Main Course" by the Bee Gees still a great album.

11:11 PM, May 03, 2005  
Blogger Roonie said...

Such good taste!

11:09 AM, May 04, 2005  

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