9 thoughts on “Jitterbug Jukebox

  1. 10 sons from my 80’s mix. Because I have no shame.

    Dexy’s Midnight Runners – Come on Eileen
    Culture Club – Karma Chameleon
    Wham! – Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go
    A-Ha – Take On Me
    Blondie – Call Me
    Tommy Tutone – 867-5309/Jenny
    Men Without Hats – Safety Dance
    Flock of Seagulls – I Ran
    Michael Jackson – Smooth Criminal
    Wang Chung – Everybody Have Fun Tonight

  2. [Artist :: Album :: Song]

    Bronze Radio Return :: Old Time Speaker :: Digital Love
    Imagine Dragons :: Continued Silence :: Radioactive
    Zog Bogbean :: From the Marcy Playground :: Our Generation
    Mindy Gledhill :: Anchor :: Anchor
    The Decemberists :: Picaresque :: The Mariner’s Revenge Song
    Chumbawamba :: Un :: The Wizard of Menlo Park
    The Bird and the Bee :: Ray Guns are not Just the Future :: My Love

    Though I’m a a fan of the most of the music by the above artists🙂

  3. Albums: Big Star – “#1 Record” , Love – “Forever Changes”, Belle & Sebastian – “If You’re Feeling Sinister”, Yo La Tengo – “And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out”, Spiritualized – “Ladies and Gentlemen… We Are Floating in Space”, Miles Davis – “Birth of the Cool”, Caribou – “Andorra”, Robert Wyatt – “Comicopera”, Pulp – “Different Class”, Four Tet – “There is Love in You”

  4. Adele – 21 or 19 (either are great background music)
    Sarah MacLaughlin – Fumbling towards Ecstasy
    Loreena McKinnet – Mask & Mirror
    Barenaked Ladies – Gordon

  5. Albums:
    Citizen Cope (Citizen Cope)
    Ray LaMontagne (Trouble)
    Coldplay (Rush of Blood to the Head)
    Brandi Carlile (The Story)
    Beth Rowley (Little Dreamer)
    Miles Davis (Kind of Blue)
    The Fray (How to Save a Life)
    Eric Clapton (Journeyman)
    Ronald Jenkees (Ronald Jenkees)
    The Eagles (Eagles Live)

  6. Here is my selection, perfect for late, calm nights. In no particular order, and mixing well-known and not so well-known artists:

    1. Blockhead – Insomniac Olympics
    2. Wax Tailor – The Games You Play
    3. Parov Stelar – Psychedelic Jazz
    4. Lunasa – Morning Nightcap
    5. Band of Horses – Is there a ghost
    6. Loch Lomond – Wax & Wire
    7. Jimi Hendrix – All Along the Watchtower
    8. Miles Davis – So What
    9. Jeff Buckley – Halleujah
    10. Oi Va Voi – A Csitári Hegyek Alatt

    *[Artist – Song]

  7. Here’s my list – jazz for rainy days

    1/ Eudoranova – Charleston Singleton
    2/ East Bay – Boney James
    3/ You’re No Good – Betty Evertett
    4/ Country Livin’ (The World I Know) – Esthero
    5/ Sinkin’ Soon – Norah Jones
    6/ Gettin’ on the Step – Kenny G
    7/ Creep – Karen Souza
    8/ You’re Getting To Be A Habit With Me – Diana Krall
    9/ Smooth Operator – Sade
    10/ Dance Me To The End of Love – Madeleine Peyroux

  8. ten songs that inspire me —

    my body is a cage – both the original arcade fire and the peter gabriel versions
    happy man (memphis version) – sparklehorse
    a million miles away – the plimsouls
    the one i love – r.e.m.
    crying – roy orbison & k.d. lang
    dancing barefoot – patti smith group
    running up that hill – kate bush
    beautiful red dress (extended version) – laurie anderson
    new york city serenade – bruce springsteen (from the early “the wild, the innocent & the e street shuffle” album)
    just a man – los lobos (from the “kiko” album)

    ok, so technically i listed two versions of “my body is a cage,” so that makes 11, but you won’t hold that against me?

    — faddah

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