Shuffling My Music

I’m going cross-platform with this here Facebook “meme,” which asks you to use “shuffle” through the first fifteen songs that come up on your iPod. These showed up when I shuffled my iPod Touch, which doesn’t have all my music on it but does have most of the music I like to hear.

Thelonious Monk, “Trinkle Trinkle” (Monk’s Blues)
Kvarts, “Masurka” (Steinsprang)
Amerikan Poijat, “Chaconne” (Connections Finnish)
Pixies, “Here Comes Your Man” (Pixies)
Frisbie, “Martha” (The Subversive Sounds of Love)
Duke Ellington, “Diminuendo in Blue and Crescendo…” (Elllington at Newport (Live))
Art Tatum, “Humoresque” (Piano Starts Here)
Dosh, “Fireball” (Triple Rock)
Pavement, “Summer Babe (Winter Version)” (Slanted & Enchanted)
Cannonball Adderly, “Sticks” (Mercy, Mercy, Mercy!)
Radiohead, “Weird Fishes/Arpeggi” (In Rainbows)
Django Reinhardt, “Blue Moon” (Classic Early Recordings)
St. Vincent, “Just the Same But Brand New” (Actor)
Art Blakey, “Carol’s Interlude” (The Jazz Messengers)
Miles Davis, “Budo” (The Complete Birth of Cool)

2 thoughts on “Shuffling My Music”

  1. “when the lights go out” the black keys (rubber factory)
    “Again” Lenny Kravitz (Now Vol. 6)
    “Something Good This Way Comes” Jakob Dylan (Seeing Things – EP)
    “She’s So Cold” The Rolling Stones (Emotional Rescue)
    “Gone” Miles Davis (Porgy and Bess)
    “So Long” moe. (Dither)
    “Friend of the Devil” The Grateful Dead (American Beauty)
    “Resolution” John Coltrane (A Love Supreme)
    “Seven” Ratatat (9 Beats)
    “It’s All Understood” Jack Johnson (Brushfire Fairytales)
    “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap” AC/DC (Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap)
    “Light Up Ya Lighter” Michael Franti/Spearhead (Yell Fire!)
    “This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)” Talking Heads (Speaking in Tongues)
    “Little Miss Strange” Jimi Hendrix (Electric Ladyland)
    “Not Fade Away” The Grateful Dead (Dead Set)

    Thats what I came up with when I shuffled my iTunes. An interesting mix, actually. Nothing on there I wouldn’t listen to, which is more than I can say about some of the stuff in my iTunes library.

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