Song Of The Day: Real Estate ‘Out Of Tune.’If you don’t like Real Estate, then fuck you.
Song Of The Day: Reggie & The Full Effect featuring Andy Jackson ‘Happy V-Day.’ ‘The H-R-C with the R-G-E.’
Happy Valentine’s Day.
Song Of The Day: Cee Lo Green ‘Old Fashioned.’ One of the best love songs of the past 10 years; if this doesn’t make you look at a happily married couple and desire true love, then you don’t get it. But I hope someday you do.
Song Of The Day: The Postal Service ‘A Tattered Line Of String.’ Brand spanking new Postal Service track. It’s good; different but still retaining the excellence they had 10 years ago.
Also, I think I’m going to try and do a mailing list with this idea of ‘Song A Day.’ If anyone is interested in receiving a song a day in their e-mail, please send a note to:
Song Of The Day: Farewell Milwaukee ‘Ain’t No Rules.’ Daytrotter may be the greatest present I’ve ever bought myself. I never would have heard of Madi Diaz, Father John Misty, or one of my favorites, Farewell Milwaukee. These guys flow like ?uestlove and anyone whose lucky to jam with him. Awesome band.
Song Of The Day: The Beatles ‘Rain.’ Ahhhh…The Beatles. Breath of fresh air in a haters world.
Song Of The Day: The Get Up Kids ‘Off The Wagon.’ The free write I will post momentarily will have a lot to do with why I posted this song. One of my all-time favorites by The Get Up Kids.
Song Of The Day: Spin Doctors ‘How Could You Want Him.’ From an e-mail I sent my buddy Kenny today:
Started going through all my CD’s over the past few days. Despite some of my bad choices in music (i.e. Snow and The Last Action Hero Soundtrack) even what may be considered crappy is still awesome in my opinion.
Case and point:
The Spin Doctors ‘How Could You Want Him’
We were pretty lucky to grow up when we did; at least music wise.
Song Of The Day: The Format ‘At The Wake.’ Went and saw Fun. the other night which was very enjoyable; it really made me miss Nate Ruess’ old band, The Format. This song always gives me goosebumps and makes me picture standing in a funeral home for a relative; how my focus isn’t towards the siblings, children, or friends paying respects; but to the significant other who is standing over the love of their life, knowing that the relationship is finally ending. A very sad idea, but relevant in this cruel idea we call life.
Song Of The Day: Junction 18 ‘Dissonant Me.’ God, I wish this group was still together. Pop-punk needs them. Boston’s (more locally Abington, MA’s) call to awesomeness. You can thank these guys for A Loss For Words (if you like A Loss For Words).