like them a lot. Especially Omnivore, it is great, and Everybody
you for sending me the CDs. I really like them and can't wait
to hear the full album.
Soft Boys - Underwater Moonlight
Joni Mitchell - Blue
Yo La Tengo - And then nothing turned itself
R.E.M. - Up
The Pretenders - The Pretenders
I likes dem a lot
Beatles - White Album
Neil Young - Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Stevie Wonder - Songs in the Key of Life
Velvet Underground - Velvet Underground
Bob Dylan - Bringin' it All Back Home.
reverb. I would like to hear some of your more serious songs,
Beatles - Revolver
Neil Young and C.H. - Tonight's the Night
Pedro the Lion - Winners Never Quit
Fugazi - Red Medicine
Talking Heads - Speaking In Tongues
the surface reminds me of the weakerthans meets they might be
giants (note: those are both bands i like.) perhaps a tad too
precious at times, but all in all an enjoyable experience.
reserve judgement til I see the live show tonight.
P - Fantastic Damage
Apples In Stereo - Velocity of Sound
My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
Murder City Devils - In Name and Blood
Talib Kweli - Quality
I think we've been through this already. Didn't you get my email,
me a moment.
My Drug Hell - This is My Drug Hell
Lida Husik - Fly Stereophonic
Whichever CD Henning did that had that song
"Player Piano." While we were listening to that, my
wife just said "This...this is a good song." I agree
S oundtrack - Repo Man
Pretty much anything by R.E.M., but "Murmur"
holds a special place, I suppose.
So. Deerfield, MA
I love them ALL! It's a nice set to dance to (good exercise!)
- I put it on really loud and just freak the cats out by dancing
around the bedroom!!
STILL think that the O'Malley song would make a great performing
song. It's catchy and fun and clever and I think audiences would
really go for it (like I do!).
Johnston - This Perfect World
Pnik Floyd - The Wall
Joni Mitchell - Blue
XTC - Skylarking
Tom Petty - Wildflowers
:) I like how they sound vaguely familiar at some level. Not
in a bad way - but in a "comfortable pair of shoes"
way. That probably made no sense...
some shows outside the East Coast because I don't know when
I'll be able to get up your way to catch a show. But, if you
came to Texas or Louisiana, that would be a different story...
David Bowie - Low
Crayon - Brick Factory
The Housemartins - London 0 Hull 4
They Might Be Giants - Mink Car
stuff... can't wait to hear the album
I like them, well recorded! Did you do them in a studio / at
Jellyfish - Spilt Milk
Zombies - Odessy & the Oracle
Elvis Costello - This Year's Mode
The Flashing Lights - Sweet Release
Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks
The Mountain Goats - Tallahassee
Cornelius - Point
Tetsu Inoue - Ambient Otaku
fun, if a little lighter than my usual fare. "Omnivore"
is my favorite of the four, although "One Lady Dancing"
resonates, as I have been that lady more than once. I hope you
don't mind the inevitable They Might Be Giants comparisons.
Muses' - The Real Ramona
Concussion Ensemble's - Stampede
The Dresden Dolls - eponymous
The Residents - Eskimo
The Pixies - Doolittle
are really awesome
Awesome, crazy awesome
Flaming Lips -Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
Ben Folds - Live
Bic Runga - Beautiful Collision
The Feelers - Communicate
Belle & Sebastian - If You're Feeling Sinister
play in Boston more often.
The Long Winters
love them, especially Uncomfortable
you opposed to playing covers?
Folds - Rockin the Suburbs
They Might Be Giants - Factory Showroom
Cat Stevens - Catch Bull at Four
Dixie Chicks - Fly
The Beatles - Revolver
CD grew on me the more that I listened to it. I don't know if
Max told you this but Henning's voice reminded me of the lead
singer of The Bogmen. Then I pulled out my copy of "Life
Begins at 40 million" and realized that the similarities
ended there. The Bogmen album is horrible. Plus I think that
the Bogmen lead singer is faking it. Anyone who writes a song
about Martha Stewart is okay with me. One Lady Dancing, is creepy
to me if only because I suspect I have often been that lady
at many a Fountains of Wayne show sans the alcohol. I'm looking
forward to hearing your next album. P.S. I like your blog. The
town you live in sounds very intriguing. Growing up in land
locked Northern Maine, I never imagined that any town in Massachusetts
short of Boston had that many bands. I was even more surprised
that most of those bands seem to like each other. If you ever
play NYC I'll definitely come. Good luck!
a suggestion. Max sent me this CD a couple of months or so ago
along with some CD's from his other endeavors. I e-mailed him
my mini reviews of everything, admired the neatly written PLUM
and then fulfilled the prophecy of my first grade teacher Mrs.
Garcelon, "Amy has trouble following directions."
I apologize for slowing down your tracking. You can check off
New Jersey now.
don't do favorites and I rarely buy anything due to the sensory
overload my job provides i'll just state the obvious; I am a
huge Fountains of Wayne fan from way back (I
wrote the popgurl interview) with the song "I Know You
Well" probably being one of my favorite songs of all even
if it's sort of a bootleg and they never play it when I've requested
it and thus I have never heard it live.
The Candy Skins - Space I'm In
Liz Phair - Exile in Guyville
Matthew Sweet - Girlfriend
All Pulp - This Is Hardcore
- TV Highway to the Stars
Sonic Youth - Murray Street
Pixies - Doolittle
Versus - Hurrah
Kaito - Band Red
green color for the blogpage is making me seasick
Kweller - Sha Sha
Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Paul Westerberg - Stereo
Flaming Lips - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
of Wayne - Welcome Interstate Managers
Salamander Crossing - Passion Train
Gordon Lightfoot - Songbook
The Presidents of the United States of America -
enough to make me fill out this form (very good)
and play some gigs in the UK
- (everything by them)
Leatherface - (everything by them)
Descendents - Milo goes to college
The Beauty shop - Yr money or yr life
Desert Hearts - Lets get worse
to Spill - Perfect from Now On
Beastie Boys - Check Your Head
Modest Mouse - Lonesome Crowded West
Neil Young - Rust Never Sleeps
Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
had downloaded the Chain CD after the Steve Burns show at the
Iron Horse, but then today, my friend Eric bought me the CD
at the show. I love them. They make me very happy.
on rocking the Western MA.
Pretty Girls Make Graves - The New Romance
Metric - Old World Underground
Self - Breakfast with Girls
MC Honky - I Am the Messiah
Erlend Oye - DJ Kicks
i disliked the first song a lot but liked the rest just enough.
should be on TV.
Mutantes - Os Mutantes
Snoop Dogg - Doggystyle
Karate - Karate
Ween -Godweensatan: The Oneness
Mr. Bungle - California
make me happy and they're just lovely, velice krasné,
I would say: play a show where I live. But as that's quite unlikely,
just keep going.
Mountain Goats -anything
Extra Glenns - Martial Arts Weekend
Stereo Total - (almost) anything
you have a strange yet merizing sound. no not curious good,
Down to the Bone
Chopsuey (system of a down)
them a lot.
Bjork - Vespertine
Les Savy Fav - Rome
Neil Young - After the Gold Rush
Sigur Rós - Ágætis Byrjun
Six Parts Seven - Lost Notes From Forgotten
Cheap Suit Serenaders, Chesterfiled Kings,
them a lot.
Jack Johnson - In Between Dreams
Melissa Etheridge's - Greatest Hits
Metallica - Black Album
Pearl Jam - rearviewmirror