Bil Browning

Songs for Sunday

Filed By Bil Browning | November 12, 2006 12:53 PM | comments

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Tags: entertainment news, music, songs for sunday

1. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds - Elton John
2. Nightmare - Eve 6
3. Dreams - Fleetwood Mac
4. Loser - Beck
5. Amerimacka (featuring Notch) - Thievery Corporation
6. Dead Skunk - Loudon Wainwright III
7. It's Now or Never - Elvis Presley
8. Don't You (Forget About Me) - Simple Minds
9. Back On The Chain Gang - The Pretenders
10. Seven Nation Army - The White Stripes

What's the last 10 songs played on your iTunes/iPod? Leave them in the comments and share what you're listening to this week!


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Ellen Andersen | November 12, 2006 1:08 PM

Albums for Sunday -- the classical edition. Five entries, many hours of music

1. Yo-Yo Ma: Bach, the Cello Suites
2. Gidon Kremer and St. Martin in the Fields: Bach, Double Concerto
3. Guido Morini, Marco Ambrosini, Pedro Estevan & Rolf Lislevand: Nuove Musiche
4. Anonymous 4: An English Ladymass
5. Andres Segoiva: The Segovia Collection (vol. 1)

Ellen, you listen to a lot of classical music, I've noticed. What would be your top ten list of "You should own this" classical songs? Whenever I want to buy a classical CD I get overwhelmed by all of the various orchestras, movements and suites. Give me a shopping list for the ole iTunes, please. :)

All her above posted musical selections are great, Bil....here are some more...

Water Music, Handel
Handel's Messiah by any good choral group and
orchestra Mormon Tab. Choir is a good one

(not classical but classical sounding) Stravinsky, Firebird Suite
Grand Canyon Suite---same category

Die Fledermaus (opera)
anything light by Chopin

And, from the more modern, Leonard B.'s Mass.

On snowy days, if you're shut in...heavenly.

My top ten for today:

The Scourge of the Sea, "Smitten Kitten" (amazing starry-eyed pop music out of Lexington, KY--my current absolute favorite)

The Bears, "Fear Is Never Boring"

Beulah, "Gene Autry"

Charlotte Martin, "In Parentheses"

Destroyer, "Painter In Your Pocket"

Spoon, "I Turn My Camera On"

XTC, "I'm The Man Who Murdered Love"

Mike Doughty, "I Hear The Bells"

Damien Jurado, "Denton, TX"

Jens Lekman, "Black Cab"

From my shuffle feature

1. "Like Spinning Plates" (live) Radiohead
2. "Pool & Dive" The Replacements
3. "Fake Plastic Trees" Radiohead
4. "Don't Thank Me" French Kicks
5. "Champagne Supernova" Oasis
6. "Blood" pearljam
7. "Jealousy (Will get you nowhere) White Hassle
8. "Room on Fire" The Strokes
9. "Lullaby" The Cure
10. "Honey and the Moon" Joseph Arthur

Bruce Parker II | November 13, 2006 2:50 AM

I can't help it. Your number 3 song is officially titled "dreams"

Thanks Bruce! I knew it wasn't right, but on the iTunes it comes up "Thunder Only Happ" Can we say downloaded music? *grins* I should have known that a Fleetwood Mac/Stevie Nicks fan like you would be able to correct it. :) I've fixed it in the post.