Fred A Levy Haskell (fredcritter) wrote,
Fred A Levy Haskell

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just shuffling along on the iPod . . . from the evening of 3 January 2006

The rules (as passed along by holzman): Take out your iPod or other musical device. Put it in “random” mode. Hit “play.” Write down the first ten tracks that come up—and no fair putting in ones you think will make you look cool, or omitting ones that make you look like a total dork.
My rules: The first ten selections while on my way to work and at work last night. (The listing starts with the first selection up when I get in the car and set the iPod to shuffle play so as to avoid the “optional starting and stopping” error so popular among ESP “researchers.”)

“Jersey Sweet” – James P. Johnson – The Original James P. Johnson 1942–1945: Piano Solos
“Hunting Tigers Out In ‘Indiah’” – Bonzo Dog Band – Four Bonzo Dog Originals—Tadpoles
“The False-Hearted Knight” – Jumbo Brightwell – England—World Library of Folk and Primitive Music, Volume 1
“Brainstorm” – Mickey Hart – At The Edge
“El Choclo (Tango Criollo) [Uruguay]” – René Marino Rivero – Smithsonian Folkways World Music Collection
“I Get A Kick Out Of You” – Artie Shaw – Self Portrait (Disc 4)
“Working Man Blues” – King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band – Complete Set—King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band
“The Things I Notice Now” – Tom Paxton – Compleat Tom Paxton (Even Compleater) Recorded Live
“Black Satin Kid” – John Sebastian – Faithful Virtue—The Reprise Recordings: The Four of Us
“You Know One Joseph Keeba” – Margaret Wright – Peter Was a Fisherman—The 1939 Trinidad Field Recordings of Melville and Frances Herskovits, Vol. 1

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