Friday, March 21, 2008

Friday Random Ten

With any luck by the time Monday rolls around I will have nearly 500 raspberry truffles dipped and ready to take the the Viejas Kumiyaay people. Until then, here's a glimpse of the soundtrack. . .

Someday My Luck Will Change - - - Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown
Don't Lie to Me - - - Albert King
'Taint Nobody's Business - - - Fats Waller
All Of Me - - - Louis Armstrong
Stardust - - - Charlie Christian
Cafe Society Rag - - - Pete Johnson
Good Day Sunshine - - - Beatles
October Song - - - Amy Winehouse
Me and Julio Down By the Schoolyard - - - Paul Simon
Four Strong Winds - - - Neil Young

Bonus Track: (hit random twice take the top)

Bubba Kincaid's Blues - - - Booger Watson

I know it's a pretty strange mix, but it makes me happy. What's your soundtrack for the day?


Blogger Sherry said...

that's one of the best yet!

me, i have birds singing outside my window. poor babies,they THINK spring is here. supposed to get 3 to six inches of snow tonight!

damn groundhog!

9:59 AM  
Blogger Sherry said...

Viejas Kumiyaay people???

10:00 AM  
Blogger The Minstrel Boy said...

there are several distinct bands of the kumiyaay people around the san diego area. they used to be referred to as "mission" indians. but since most of them have casinos now they can afford to make people call them who they are.

11:45 AM  
Blogger Sherry said...


and you are making them truffles? how lucky! : )

me, i'm making an easter fritatta.

or as i call it, "heart attack on a plate" thankfully we only have it once a year.

2:35 PM  
Blogger seventh sister said...

I'll bet you are one chocolate covered Apache.

3:22 PM  
Blogger Paul said...

I remember when Neil Young released "comes a time" his saying that the first time he heard "four strong winds" he thought it was the most beautiful song ever written.

4:11 PM  
Blogger The Minstrel Boy said...

ian tyson is one of my favorite composers. my favorite song of his is "summer wages."

never hit seventeen
when you're playing against the dealer
for you know the odds don't ride with you
never leave your woman alone
with friends around to steal her
years are gambled
and lost
like summer wages


5:25 PM  
Blogger konagod said...

That Paul Simon track really throws me back aways. Damn the memories.

My soundtrack for the day would be too weird to mention. Seriously.

But with any luck it'll show up on the blog later.

6:09 PM  
Blogger Lisa said...

I always love your song picks.

Stevie Ray Vaughn recorded it as "Don't Lie to Me," while Albert King called it "I Get Evil." I wonder why the difference? Same song.

7:30 PM  

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