Thank you for calling out Changing of the Guard. It’s been my favorite Dylan song for about two years now, but I felt very alone about that.
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Getting Closer from Back to the Egg – it’s a hidden gem!
I cannot stop listening to this song. Love it!!
The Words that Maketh Murder by PJ Harvey
Wish You Were Here
One of my formative albums of youth, for sure. But the best part about this is that PJ and Eddie are still relevant and making records. I’m glad that the grunge scene wasn’t just a fad and produced some legends…who are still alive. Ha, get it, Alive.
Mates of State: The Re-arranger
Love them…but I don’t get why the greenest band on earth would want to distribute all these bits of paper. And a newspaper? Is it meant to be retro?
Let’s Go Crazy by Prince
I was beginning to worry that Arcade Fire were no longer indie beloved. So happy to see them and Beach House up at the top.
Liz Lemon because she makes me feel better about myself.
At least part of this is played during their shows. In St Paul it was anyway.
John Lennon & Yoko Ono: Unfinished Music No.1: Two Virgins
Bands with dumb names should only be allowed on bad band name lists. For example, 1) Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. 2)Tennis, 3) ceo.
This isn’t an entry since I already wasted money on this…but just so everyone knows:
the box set does NOT contain the new Double Fantasy Stripped Down, the one with the Sean Lennon cover art.
I’m more interested in the Ram cover deal…yay! Thanks for sharing that.