10 September 2009

nowhere near playlist 9.09.09

The "Louie Louie" sandwich edition


The nevermind-the-Beatles-its-the-Feelies-reissues edition


The Yo La Tengo's Popular Songs came out today so we're very happy edition:

"Movin' To The Country" - Jamul - Jamul [1970]
"Bathysphere" - Smog - Wild Love [Drag City: 1995]
"Sad Little Girl" - The Beau Brummels - Volume 2 [Rhino: 1965]
"The Old Man's Back Again" - Scott Walker - Scott 4 [Philips: 1969]

"Salmos" - Las Palabras [2009]
"Alphabet" - The Notwist - The Devil You And Me [Domino: 2008]
"Shaolin Style" - Sorcerer - Neon Leon [Tirk: 2009]
"Rattled Little Clam" - Lullaby Baxter - Garden Cities Of To-morrow [Boompa: 2006]
"Face To Face On High Places (Jesu Remix)" - School Of Seven Bells - My Cabal [Ghostly International: 2009]

"Sometimes" - Scrabbel - Hijacked Tunes EP [Three Ring: 2005]
My Bloody Valentine cover.
"Cool Jumper" - Wavves [2009]
"I Wish" - Helado Negro - Awe Owe [Asthmatic Kitty: NEW]
"Hold My Breath" - Milosh - III [Plug Research: 2008]
"Dreams-Come-True-Girl" - Cass McCombs - Catacombs [Domino: NEW]

"Jesus Was A Cross Maker" - Frida Hyvonen - Crayon Angel comp. [American Dust: NEW]
Judee Sill cover.
"Give Me A Penny" - Ronnie Lane - Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance [A&M: 1974]
"Rock Everybody" - Leon & Carlos - Virginia Rocks! comp. [JSP: NEW]
"Fun & Funk Pt. II" - Fantastic Epics [Tories: 196?]
"Thousand-Year Power Nap" - Borrowed Beams Of Light - Borrowed Beams Of Light [Self-Released: NEW]
"Crazy Rhythms" - The Feelies - Crazy Rhythms [A&M: 1980]
"The Cutter" - Echo & The Bunnymen - Porcupine [Sire: 1983]
R.I.P. Jake Brockman

"Louie Louie" - The Sing-A-Long Orchestra - The Top-40 Song Book [Capitol: 1964]
Kingsmen cover.
"I Can Hear Music" - The Ronettes [Phillies: 1966]
R.I.P. Ellie Greenwich
"All My Crushes" - Magic Dirt - Tough Love [Warner Bros.: 2003]
R.I.P. Dean Turner
"Ice Station Zebra" - Silkworm - Developer [Matador: 1997]
"Louie Louie" - Black Flag - Damaged [SST: 1981]
Kingsmen cover.


DJ Hummingbird Feeder said...

I'd like to point out that "Louie Louie" was, in fact, originally recorded by Richard Berry and the Pharoahs -- although the Kingsmen version is the one we all grew up with.

the Berry version is pretty awesome, as are many of his other tracks -- look him up, if you haven't...

courtney said...

love that school of seven bells jesu remix.