“Like a G6” by Far East Movement (from Free Wired, 2010)
I will always cop to the dregs of my library; this was definitely an add at the behest of my lovely wife. It’s catchy enough, but ultimately disposable. Sippin’ sizzurp, indeed.
“The Crane Wife 1 & 2” by The Decemberists (from The Crane Wife, 2006)
Oh, Colin Meloy, how I love thee.
“Rattlin’ Bones” by Preservation Hall Jazz Band (from That’s It!, 2013)
My boy love him some Preservation Hall Jazz Band, specifically this song which always elicits a bit of toddler dancing.
“Madman Across the Water (original version)” by Elton John (from Tumbleweed Connection, 1996 Reissue)
So, Elton is playing Bonnaroo: discuss?
“Nothing (live)” by Depeche Mode (from Everything Counts: Live, 2004)
“Nothing” … which is exactly what I’ve got. I do enjoy this song, but it’s a pretty unremarkable end to an otherwise unremarkable Friday Five. Here’s to a better Friday Five, next week. Come on, guys and gals, do me one better.
What’s on your shuffle today?