Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Wednesday Musics!

On a Thursday again. Hah. This one was at least planned and started on a Wednesday. I've been thinking about a few of these for a while. Ok! Here we go!

New: Paper Scratcher by Blind Melon. I actually just found this one on my iPod this morning and it made me happy. I've had Blind Melon kicking around for a while but this is just more goodness that I hadn't known before. I think it caught my mood off guard this morning. I was very happy about the spring time.

Good times: One by One by The Black Seeds. I find that whenever I feel like crap these guys pop up on my iTunes shuffle and they make me smile no matter what. This is actually Bret Mackenzie before Flight of the Conchords and I have no idea which I like better. This is just good feeling all the way through. Also, an actual music vid!

Canadians: Sweet Things by Danny Michel. I thank Stuart McLean for this, as for so many other things. This man is just like musical Cheerios: reassuring, delicious, and inherently healthy! He's never made a bad song! The album this is from sounds like a glorious camping trip. I like this song especially because of the nostalgia thing it has going on. (I can't find the album version! Sadface! This live one will have to do but SRSLY you gotta find the album one.)

Old Happies: Bloody Well Right by Supertramp. Funkiest song in history. End of story. (I apologise for the ABOMINATION of a video. If you don't already have this song on your iTunes I suggest you put it there without clicking play on this youtube vid. I want to slap the youtube community for not posting a better version.)

Nobody Knows Me At All by The Weepies. I found this through Esther, which is funny because generally I'm the one that likes 'sad' music and she likes 'happy' music. Hurrah for opposites though because this song is so very nice.

I declare this terrible video week. I promise it won't happen again.

Today was a good day. I got to make a lot of beautiful graphs.
Two medical appointments tomorrow.

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