Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Bamboos – You Ain’t No Good

The fast-paced soul rhythm of this song is a great way to follow Imelda May, but I was pretty sure I had posted it before. When I searched the blog’s history i realized I hadn’t posts this one, but I had posted two others with some version of “you’re no good” in the title. So, […]

Imelda May – Road Runner

Sometimes songs are just good clean fun. Hint hint.

Gap Dream – Fantastic Sam

The Habibi song I just posted is followed by a Gap Dream song, which taught me that Gap Dream is on the same label. Who knew?! Probably a bunch of people. But that’s a great excuse to post this Gap Dream song I’ve been wanting to post for a while, and make up for yesterday’s […]

Habibi – I Got The Moves

What luck to find a new rock song that can follow Wreckless Eric. Even better that it’s an all woman band.

Wreckless Eric – Whole Wide World

I couldn’t possibly mention a song from a movie without following it with this song, which I regularly think of as my favorite song (like everyone, that choice rotates by mood). The romance, the pacing, the dynamic sound, the grittiness. I love it all. And for context, here’s the scene in Stranger Than Fiction that […]

Penny & The Quarters – You and Me

Watched Blue Valentine last night. This beautiful song is featured twice. And like any great song in a great movie, the song takes on extra meaning after having see the movie. See what I mean here.

Chance The Rapper & Jeremih

Don’t know what this song is, and the sound quality isn’t great, but it’s Chance and Jeremih with horns in the background and I love it.