What are you listening to right now?

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Today’s album

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i’ve been a lot more into music than i usually am recently, and my favorites change all the time. but these are some songs i’ve had on repeat for the last week or two:

‘It’s Late’ by Ricky Nelson
‘I Get Around’ by The Beach Boys
‘Maybe I Know’ by Lesley Gore
‘Town Without Pity’ by Gene Pitney
‘Walkin’ After Midnight’ by Patsy Cline

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Did you know the Better Call Saul theme in full form is a banger? It is.

Thanks Little Barrie.

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Last 10 songs on shuffle…

Stone In Love - Journey
Quit This Town - Eddie & the Hot Rods
Tick Tick Boom - The Hives
Never Let Me Down Again - Depeche Mode
Love Cats - The Cure
It’s Oh So Quiet - Bjork
Good Times - The Firekites
Already Dead - Beck
She Will - Savages
Are Everything - The Buzzcocks

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Don’t know why I’m so addicted to this old song Sniff 'n' the Tears - Driver's Seat (Official Audio) - YouTube

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I just noticed that the great Eddie Heywood (1915-1989) has a musical number in one of those excruciating Teen Agers movies which Rifftrax did. They shoulda’ just put the title characters on board Melody the Campaign Truck or whatever “she” was called, sent it over the nearest cliff, and given over the rest of the movie to these guys:

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YouTube randomly recommended this to me and now I can’t stop.

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Last 10 songs on shuffle…

  1. “King Rocker” - Generation X
  2. “Cradle of Love” - Billy Idol
  3. “Pavement Cracks” - Annie Lennox
  4. “Gonna Never Have To Die” - Guided By Voices
  5. “Radio Head” - Talking Heads
  6. “Learn To Fly” - Foo Fighters
  7. “I Love My Leather Jacket” - The Chills
  8. “The Last of the Famous International Playboys” - Morrissey
  9. “Pot Kettle Black” - Tilly & The Wall
  10. “Sous la Plage” - Benoit Pioulard
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Last of the International Playboys is such a great track.

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“Slab of moo” is a great phrase.

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I prefer the Charles Trenet version.

Steve Martin used it in L.A. Story.

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Always up for some Louis Jordan. “Caldonia” is another one of my favorites.

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I haven’t listened to very much Jim Croce since the '70s, which is kind of strange because I really like his stuff.
Somehow, though, I’ve managed to hear this song a lot and I think it’s my favorite of his. So wistful and moving. The line late in the song “You can keep the dime” where there should be more lyric after it, but he just says nothing, gets to me every time.

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