New Mix To Listen To

I’ve not done one of these in ages, so since I’ve not got much to say tonight I thought I’d put together a new “cloudcast” of the music I’ve been listening to recently.
The tracklisting is:
Swingle Singers — Little David’s Fugue
Ann Magnusson — Old Enuf 2 B Yer Mom
Tommy James — Midnight Train
Beach Boys — Where Is She?
Roy Wood — Miss Clarke & The Computer
Margo Guryan — Shine
Frankie Valli — Queen Jane Approximately
Cilla Black — I’ve Been Wrong Before
Paley Brothers — Theme From Fireball XL5
The Stool Pigeons — Where Have You Been All My Life?
B. Bumble & The Stingers — Nut Rocker
Dion — Purple Haze
Barbara Lynn — You Left The Water Running
BMX Bandits — Just Remember I’m A Woman
Carolyn Edwards — Shrink
Klaus Nomi — Simple Man

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6 Responses to New Mix To Listen To

  1. TAD says:

    I think the newest track on this list is at least 40 years old. :P

    • Andrew Hickey says:

      The Ann Magnuson, Carolyn Edwards, Stool Pigeons, and BMX Bandits tracks are all from the 2000s. I am down with the young people’s music of the day, or something.

      • TAD says:

        I really enjoyed your review (a couple years ago?) of the current Top 10 pop chart. You’ll have to do that again sometime.

        • Andrew Hickey says:

          It’d get old very quickly. Either I’d just keep saying “It’s all noise and you can’t hear the words! Is that a boy or a girl? What happened to music with a good tune you can whistle? I remember when this was all fields!”, which would get boring, or I’d start actually appreciating that kind of music, in which case the posts would get boring…

  2. Tilt Araiza says:

    Killer Ann Magnuson track!

    • Andrew Hickey says:

      Thought you’d like that one. It’s from Pretty Songs & Ugly Stories, the album she did with Kristian Hoffman (who I’ve recommended to you before, I’m sure) which I think is an album you’d really like — swooning orchestrated glam-pop with clever, camp, witty lyrics.

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