October 5, 2009

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I’ve been listening to this for about a week now, getting into a steady groove of cool breezes, sweaters, socks, and soup.  Sounds like fall, indeed.

“J’ai Deux Amours” – Madeleine Payroux – I sing along and feel dreamy-fancy.

“Little Star” – Madonna

“Tear in Your Hand” – Tori Amos

“Duke’s Place” – Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington – a toe-tappin’ happy song.

“Typical Situation” – Dave Matthews Band – a rather atypical band for me with a song I quite like.

“The Man Who Loved Beer” – David Byrne – like riding waves.

“Honkey Tonkin'” – Hank Williams – another happy toe-tapper.

“I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got” – Sinead O’Connor – more dreamy-fancy singing.

“(Night time is) The Right Time” – Ray Charles – ooh la la, did Ray know how to do it!

“Can’t You Hear Me Knockin'” – The Rolling Stones – the jam at the end makes me weep.

“Everybody’s Jumpin'” – Dave Brubek Quartet

“Fire and Rain” – James Taylor – more weeping for friends I never thought I’d lose.

“Down to the Wire” – Neil Young

“Sway” – Dean Martin – his voice makes me feel like I’m draped in velvet, a theme for me, as of late.

“Suite Bergamesque I: Prelude Moderato” – Debussy, played by Gieseking

“Please Call Me, Baby” – Tom Waites

“October” – U2

“Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel #8)” – Dolly Parton – oh, the power of Dolly: I cry, I dance, I laugh.

“Which Will” – Nick Drake

“Bodysnatchers” – Radiohead – always dancing in the end.  That’s me.