Tuesday, March 27, 2007


Today is a different kind of summer than last week. Today's summer is the kind where every time you move, you sweat, so you end up sitting still for hours at a time. It's the kind where your brain melts and putting together sentences becomes next to impossible. It's the kind where your friends are somehow having fun outside playing frisbee and are about to go see Peyton Manning speak, but if you leave your fan for a second you think you'll die, or worse. It's the kind of day way too miserable for lyrics, so here's some good (mostly) instrumental music.

Soko – In November Sunlight
Taj Mahal – Ain’t Gwine To Whistle Dixie (Any Mo’) (Live)
Don Ross – Michael, Michael, Michael
Hem – Eveningland
Béla Fleck and the Flecktones – Big Country
Nick Drake – Sunday
William Galison & Madeleine Peyroux – Jealous Guy
Rebirth Brass Band – Cassanova
Spiritualized – Cool Waves
Sigur Rós – Untitled 4
Dave Matthews Band – One Sweet World Intro


1 comment:

Olle said...

Feel like re-posting that SoKo-song? I'd be eternally grateful!