Songs in my head:
"On the Table" by Carl Newman
"Hotel California" (acoustic) by the Eagles
"The Concept" by Teenage Fanclub
"Black Star" by Radiohead
"Black and White Town" by Doves
Just because I'm curious about how many visitors this site has and because Kev has one, I now have a Site Meter.
While I'm still hobbling around, I took Juliet for a walk last night. The weather was so good that I just couldn't pass the opportunity up.
Lil' Jon tells MTV that his fans will never get tired of crunk. Sure, I think I could hear his songs (along with a lot of other rap/hip hop songs) played on an "oldies" radio station in the future. Since a lot of these kinds of songs are created with timeless melodies, understandable lyrics and universal messages, people will want hear these songs over and over again for many, many years. (I hope you sense the sarcasm)
Isn't there a relatively smaller venue inside Madison Square Garden? If there is, that could explain this.
Us Americans can be happy that this DVD is out today after being available across the pond for a number of months.
I had never heard this record until I needed some more songs for the Anti-Valentine's mix CDs. I heard that the album was all about break-ups, so after going through a few tracks, I was really struck by "Fooled With the Wrong Guy." The whole album is really good even though the overall tone is very somber.
I have heard some of the new Doves record, Some Cities. I really dig what I heard, especially "Black and White Town" and "Snowdon."