25 thoughts on “FMD – 4/12/19 Something {My Idea} Something {Your Ideas} Something”

  1. 1. Have A Drink On MeAC/DC
    2. The ThicketsBig Boi
    3. Aero ZeppelinNirvana
    4. Breathe (feat. Angela McCluskey)Télépopmusik
    5. Try A Little TendernessHank Jones

    6. Without YouEmpire Of The Sun
    7. Wait Until TomorrowJimi Hendrix
    8. Every NightImagine Dragons
    9. One FootWALK THE MOON
    10. State Of The ArtGotye

    B1. For All We KnowThe Carpenters

  2. 01. "I Want You To Know That I'm Awake/I Hope That You're Asleep" – Car Seat HeadrestHow To Leave Town
    02. "3030" – Deltron Deltron 3030
    03. "I Miss My Baby" – FunkadelicMaggot Brain
    04. "Mutilated Lips" – WeenThe Mollusk
    05. "(She's So) Untouchable" – Johnny ThundersSo Alone
    06. "Seasons" – Kye KyeFantasize
    07. "He Woke Me Up Again" – Sufjan StevensSeven Swans
    08 "The Beach" – Dr. DogFate
    09. "The Bogus Man" – Roxy MusicFor Your Pleasure
    10. "Life Ain't Fair And The World Is Mean" – Sturgill SimpsonHigh Top Mountain

  3. 1. Salvation - Elton John
    2. Dark Streets of London - The Pogues
    3. Little Red Corvette - Prince
    4. Ain't No Sunshine - Ladysmith Black Mambazo (feat. Des'ree)
    5. Knock On Wood - Toots Hibbert
    6. I'm A Man - Bo Diddley
    7. Lookin' After No. 1 - The Boomtown Rats
    8. Katie's Been Gone - The Band
    9. Heartbeat - Buddy Holly
    10. Wild In The Streets - Garland Jeffreys

  4. The Adultress - Pretenders
    Mirror of Love - The Kinks
    Love of the Loveless - Eels
    Unsatisfied - The Replacements
    Suspicious Minds - Waylon Jennings with Jessi Colton

    Stay (Faraway, So Close) - U2
    Ball and Chain - Social Distortion
    She's a Beauty - The Tubes
    Dead Horse - Guns N Roses
    Everybody Talking Bout the All-American - JD McPherson

  5. Billy Bragg is coming to town next week for three shows at the Fine Line. Thursday is a career-encompassing set. Friday is the first three albums, Saturday is albums 4-6.

    I have an extra ticket to Friday and Saturday's show if anyone is interested. $50 with the fees is what they cost. I've a couple of other people who have expressed some interest so First real commitment to either or both shows gets to go. (you don't need to go to both, they aren't a set).

    Let me know if interested.

    1. I wouldn't be able to make it work, but that would certainly be a show I'd be interested in. I don't know a ton of his catalog, but I've really appreciated the stuff I do know.

  6. 1. Moonshadow--Cat Stevens
    2. Nights are Forever--England Dan and John Ford Coley
    3. Watching the Wheels--John Lennon
    4. Thinking of You--Loggins and Messina
    5. Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word--Elton John
    6. You're the Inspiration--Chicago
    7. All the Time--Barry Manilow
    8. Valerie--Steve Winwood
    9. Yesterday Once More--The Carpenters
    10. And I Love You So--Don McLean

  7. Somebody's Watching Me - Rockwell
    Angel of Harlem - U2
    Take My Breath Away - Berlin
    Nasty - Janet Jackson
    I Got You Babe - UB40
    King of Pain - The Police
    Smooth Criminal - Michael Jackson
    Say It Isn't So - Hall & Oates
    Misled - Kool and the Gang
    Poison Arrow - ABC

    (On a loop at work)

  8. 1. Matthew Dear “Soil to Seed” Black City
    2. Fovea Hex “Cup of Joy”* Three Beams
    3. M.I.A. “Jimmy” Kala
    4. Sia “Alive” This Is Acting (Deluxe Version)
    5. Rubberoom “The Revelry (Acapella)” Architechnology

    6. The Breeders “I Just Wanna Get Along” Last Splash
    7. Vampire Weekend “A-Punk” Vampire Weekend
    8. Neneh Cherry “Had You in Me”* Woman (Remixes)
    9. Fiona Apple “Tymps (The Sick in the Head Song)” Extraordinary Machine
    T. Sam Cooke “Nothing Can Change This Love” Soul Food: an E-6 Mix

    2. "A Hymn to Sulphur" Remixed by Colin Potter. Three Beams is the ambient-remix companion disc to Here Is Where We Used to Sing

    8. Produced by Tricky. Not a remix of "Woman" despite its presence on this "remixes" single (would have been called "CDS2" were it not "(Remixes)").

    1. We travel in different sonic circles so it comes as a surprise when I recognize more than ~30% of the bands on your weekly list. Even more so when I know 6/10.

  9. So...the local college station plays a lot of stuff (it seems to me) by Passenger, and I don't get it. Never seen he/them mentioned here that I remember, either.

    1. The only thing I've known about Passenger was a cover that seemed interesting enough where I had to look up who "Passenger" was.
      But now I've forgotten what it was of.
      Got it...

      1. I remember why it was interesting. EAR and I were uncertain whether the vocalist was male or female.
        I think I got home and proved it was male and I was right and yet I lost.

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