210 2010 so far

The year we make contrast.

Another year, another best of so far. This time it has been constructed by Chris from Phosphorous.net – thanks Chris – who will hopefully continue to help with these things in the future.

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Playlist:

(00:00) Hot Club de Paris – Dog tired at the spring dance marathon

Chris from Phosphorous.net

(04:42) Kate Nash – Paris

Adam from Pretending life is like a song

(09:00) Health – USA boys

Bob from Gimme Tinnitus

(13:06) Johnny Cash – Ain’t no grave

Chris from Culture Bully

(16:38) The National – Blood buzz Ohio

Dirk from Sexy Loser

(22:00) Blame Ruby – The long haul

Eiron from Old fridges can kill

(25:47) Japandroids – Art czars

FiL from Pogoagogo

(30:57) Stornaway – I saw you blink

Greer from A Sweet Unrest

(35:15) Clem Snide – Song for Mary

The In Crowd from I’m learning to share!

(40:40) Glee – Don’t stop belevin’

Isabella from Let Me Educate You

(45:23) Friday Mile – Handle it

James from Appetite For Distraction

(50:08) Mynabirds – Numbers don’t lie

Jeremy from Fingertips

(55:48) Jeremy Porter – Not like you’re mine

Jerry from Red Wine on a Sunday

(59:28) Pilot Cloud – Meridian

John Q.

(01:05:19) Danny and the Champions of the World – Henry the van

Kevin from Let Me Educate You

(01:10:50) Quasi – Rockabilly party

Kymm from The Mighty Kymm

(01:16:32) Frightened Rabbit – Yes I would

Linda from Speed of Dark

(01:22:38) Laura Veirs – July Flame

Natalie from Another Aging Hipster

(01:27:28) Mumford & Sons – After the storm

Rachel from Untitled Records

(01:32:03) Field Music – Measure

Robert T.

(01:36:19) Meursault – Weather

Tart from Love Shack, Baby

(01:41:38) The Pipettes – Stop the music

Tim from the face of today

(01:45:49) Vampire Weekend – Run

Tricia

(01:50:52) Anais Mitchell – Flowers (Eurydice’s Song)

Victoria from Muruch

Gratitute is due to all of you for waiting so long for this episode and most obviously to Chris from Phosphorous.net for his help in it’s construction. The next episode continues our series about parts of the body by thinking about The brain. See you soon!

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Oh boy o boy! DL’ing right now! Yay again!

So good. I think this is such an epic and wonderful episode. Looking forward to braaaaaains braaaaaaains

Love it!

Vic’s song (the last) is actually “Flowers (Eurydice’s Song)” and it’s brilliant– great choice; the album is “Hadestown,” and it’s very cool and worthy.

Yes, A great & epic episode. Superb tunes, made all the more interesting by all the engaging intros. And a solo from Isabella, getting closer to out & under from Dad’s ‘rubbish’ decrees every day! 🙂 Lots of fun, thanks all, awesomeness all around.

Jeremy – thanks for letting me know that. I’ve made the change in the listing and posterity sends you gratitude!

So … who got the reference in my ‘the year we made contrast’ thing?

🙂

I did! It took me a little bit to remember where i knew the reference from, but i got it.

i didn’t catch that, but i did get james’s reference to me! that is certainly the case for me and my inbox, although, ironically, i named my blog what i did because at the time i was convinced my emails were getting lost in someone else’s inbox!

hey tim, as long as we’re noting corrections, in the blog listing on the side, you have nat’s blog as another “aged” hipster, when it’s actually another “aging” hipster. a small–but critical–distinction!

LOL, marcy. I had not even noticed that. I feel rather “aged”today, as I took my son’s dog for a run in the park, my knee is already swelling. ARGH.

And I have been a lazy, lazy blogger all summer.

I obviously got it from the URL! I’ve changed it now. 🙂

… and whilst we all are so hypercorrect: “Sexyloser” is meant to be all one word, not two. Then again who gives a damn as I don’t find the time to work on the site anyway ….

i recently got an email from someone who addressed it to “lost in your box,” which i thought was pretty funny.

Late on this, but congratulations on a great job all (and to Chris for taking over the knobs). I miss the CP, and this was a great excuse to drop back in.



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