Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Tagged!! My Current Favorite Seven.

I dared Flannery to tag me, and what does she do, she tags me!

Seven songs I've been into lately.

Victoria - The Kinks
Jesus, Etc. - Wilco
Simple Pages - Weezer
Pulled Up - Talking Heads
You Got Me (Featuring Jill Scott) - The Roots
Do You Realize - Beck and The Flaming Lips
Hung Up - Madonna
Good To See You - Neil young


Elizabeth said...

I love the Kinks! When I put thier music on, my cat Georgi (pictured) brings me her ball and wants to play catch.

Flannery Alden said...

That's what you get for being a smarty pants!

I'm not sure I've heard of any of these songs, but I love the picture!

Phil said...

Elizabeth - Does she do that with any other 60's British Invasion bands?

Flannery - I think you would like all of them. One of these days we are gonna have to have some big blogger music, mix cd exchange.

lulu said...

Jesus, etc. might be my favorite song eveh. (this week anyway) DO you realize is right up there on my list as well.

michelevil said...

I *love* the Flaming Lips!! Do You Realize is one of my favorite songs of all time. I was going to put yoshimi battles the pink robots as a song I wish I had written, cause I sometimes can't get it out of my head and it never annoys.

Phil said...

Lulu - It's the live version from Kicking Television. So sweet.

Michelevil - It's so whimsical and fun. They remind me of Yellow Submarine era Beatles, like they are writing songs for kids.

michelevil said...

here's a killer mashup called yoshimi battles snoop dogg

michelevil said...

whoops, put a 3 at the end of that url and it might work...

Johnny Yen said...

That is my favorite Wilco song.

Elizabeth said...


Just the Kinks. I can't explain it!

Jason said...

Did someone say Flaming Lips?

The used to be really raccous before they got all orchestral pop. They’re older stuff is worth checking out if you’re not familiar with it. Hit to Death in the Future Head is their “Rubber Soul” where they transition out of their punk stage and start getting all genius.

But my favourite album is the Soft Bulletin. When it came out that’s all I listened to for a month. It’s like a space opera written by Brian Wilson and performed by Beck. Hit

Phil said...

Michelevil - Just got a chance to listen, that's pretty cool. Do you know of anyway to download that stuff.

Johnny - It's a good one.

Elizabeth - Curious.

Jason - Yeah, I remember Satelitte Heart, but I never got into them untill Yoshimi. I have Soft BNulliten, which is brilliant. Is Death Future the one with four disks?

Michele said...

try here: