Monday, September 27, 2010

September Feel Bad For You

From our friends at - the monthly forum users comp! The above "cover art" is a photo I found on my camera after the debauchery from Sunday, September 19 - see the previous post on NQ Arbuckle. That's my shoe on the lower left. Hot! The comp will be available as a zipped file for one week only. Cheers!

1. Nathaniel Rateliff - "Brakeman"
In Memory of Loss (2010)
A fine selection off of my favorite album so far this year.

2. Parlor Hawk - Every Bone.mp3
Buy: Hoarse and Roaring (2010)
Off of an interesting album from a Salt Lake City area band.

3. Frontier Ruckus - "Dark Autumn Hour"
The Orion Songbook (2008)

4. Jimmy Bo Horne - "Spank"
Single (orig. 1979)
A co-worker of mine gave me this tune once as it was his favorite disco era tune. This is the closest I could find to what I once had. Good stuff.

5. Budgie - "Napoleon Bona Parts 1 & 2"
Bandolier (1975)
Classic Brit hard rock from Welsh aces Budgie. Play loud.

6. The Golden Palominos - "I've Been The One"
A History (1986)
Lovely version of the Lowell George classic. That's Syd Straw on vocals and Dennis Hopper at the beginning "a little louder and a little more confused..."

7. The Babys - "If You've Got The Time"
The Babys (1976)

8. The dBs - Molly Says.mp3
From: Sound of Music (1987, out of print)
My favorite dBs/Holsapple song…love the line:
“She could stand at the top of the world
And still complain that she could not see
She could stand in a deep dark hole
And still look down on me”

9. Boston Spaceships - Come On Baby Grace.mp3
Buy: Our Cubehouse Still Rocks (2010)
IMHO, this song reaches the heights of some of GBV's best material.

10. Miracle Legion - "With a Wish"
Drenched (1992)
'90s jangle pop at its finest.

11. Three Dog Night - "Liar"
Naturally (1970)


toomuchcountry said...

Looks like black and red shoe'd couple were ballroom dancing as you performed a ballet act. With wine coursing through your system, that must have been quite a sight.

Rockstar Aimz said...

The red shoes are on my friend Kelly. The other dude is presumably her husband. I was wearing my "dancing" shoes - I ditched the uncomfortable heels. The dancing shoes do sort of look like ballet slippers.

Bob said...

Have to agree, as many great Db's songs as there are, "Molly Says" is the queen or king of them all.