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12 June 2006 @ 09:30 am
"Turn left at greenland..."  
Jettisoned about 25% of the indie pop from my ipod this weekend to make room for the Beatles, the Kinks, the Zombies, and the Left Bank. About time really. T-Rex and Bowie were getting lonely in there. Should still probably throw in some Stones and Who, I suppose.

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Listening to: The Zombies - "She's Not There"
 
 
 
Pallaspallasathene8 on June 12th, 2006 02:35 pm (UTC)
The Kinks! The Kinks! The Kinks! I can't get enough of them lately. But now I can't tease you about listening to gay music. :/
Diary of an Ass Monkey: museum: diego riveraassmonkeydiary on June 12th, 2006 02:40 pm (UTC)
Yeah, cause there's nothing gay about the Kinks whatsoever. No, ma'am, 100% hetero rock n roll there.

Hehe...
Pallaspallasathene8 on June 12th, 2006 03:38 pm (UTC)
And I don't want to hear anything different!

*sings* "Well I'm not the world's most masculine man, but I know what I am and that I'm a man, so is Lola."

I had to explain this song to Adam, I'm not sure he ever really believed me that there were gay people before the 80s...
everybody hates a tourist.: piepod.dynamine on June 12th, 2006 03:12 pm (UTC)
how could you have a kinks or beatle-free piepod??!! that's madness, says i.

she looks a bit like she might have made that hat just now, using only the field around her for tools and inspiration. she's resourceful!
Diary of an Ass Monkey: amd:  Ape vs. Jet Girlassmonkeydiary on June 12th, 2006 03:19 pm (UTC)
It does seem odd, doesn't it? It was like I'd subconsciously decided that new music gets played on the ipod, old music gets played on the stereo...
everybody hates a tourist.: audiophile.dynamine on June 12th, 2006 03:25 pm (UTC)
perhaps it should be, good music gets played everywhere?
Diary of an Ass Monkey: amd: joslin zoomassmonkeydiary on June 12th, 2006 03:28 pm (UTC)
That plan's just crazy enough to work!
pluribuspluribus on June 12th, 2006 04:13 pm (UTC)
You might like Screaming Lord Sutch. (Best album: "And Heavy Friends.")

He somehow snarfed up some amazing lineups for his studio albums -- Jeff Beck, Nicky Hopkins (studio keyboardist; Stones, Beatles etc.), and a big chunk of the pre-Led Zeppelin "New Yardbirds."

See if you can find "Gutty Guitar" -- it's a good introduction to the sound, which is reminiscent of the '60s Detroit garage sound, with a distinctly British flavor.