I Always Flirt With Death/Walk In Silence (2 cd set)

Side A
Artist Song Buy
The Creation  Making Time  buy on itunes
13th Floor Elevators  You're Gonna Miss Me  buy on itunes
The Pretty Things  SF Sorrow is Born  buy on itunes
HP Lovecraft  Mobius Trip  buy on itunes
Big Star  The Ballad of El Goodo  buy on itunes
Television  Marquee Moon  buy on itunes
John Cale  Paris 1919  buy on itunes
The Only Ones  Another Girl Another Planet  buy on itunes
Jesus & Mary Chain  Sidewalking (ext version)  buy on itunes
Cocteau Twins  Lorelei  buy on itunes
His Name is Alive  As We Could Ever  buy on itunes
Spiritualized Electric Mainline  Medication  buy on itunes
Swervedriver  The Birds  buy on itunes
Laika  Shut Off/Curl Up  buy on itunes
Sebadoh  Vampire  buy on itunes
Tindersticks  Marbles  buy on itunes
Side B
The Count Five  Psychotic Reaction  buy on itunes
The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band  Smell of Incense  buy on itunes
Love  Live and Let Live  buy on itunes
Flamin' Groovies  You Tore Me Down  buy on itunes
Johnny Thunders  You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory  buy on itunes
Buzzcocks  What Do I Get?  buy on itunes
Jonathan Richman  She Cracked  buy on itunes
The Replacements  I'll Be You  buy on itunes
This Mortal Coil  Another Day  buy on itunes
Joy Division  Atmosphere  buy on itunes
The Sound  Winter  buy on itunes
Cranes  Everywhere  buy on itunes
The Verve  Blue  buy on itunes
Lush  For Love  buy on itunes
The Stone Roses  Sally Cinnamon  buy on itunes
Slowdive  Catch the Breeze  buy on itunes
Ride  Twisterella  buy on itunes


A 2 cd mix for Steph. The other night she told me she loved the new Interpol cd, and how she came into liking them. It turns out, someone I know introduced her to them. The conversation went on to other bands she likes, stuff she's never heard, etc. and thus this mix came into being. Both sides of the cds start off in the 1960s, then 70s, then so on. I suppose, this is a musical history of myself (although no "indie pop" stuff as I know Steph prefers harder rock than that, even though I snuck in a few lighter tracks for interest). Also, this "history" ends in the 90s, as I'd rather introduce Steph to stuff that she may have missed the first time around, and not recent stuff that she can hear on either RTR fm or Triple J. I'm sure she listens to either one or both.


Date: 10/31/2004
That's lovely - the Tindersticks song is my v. favourite of theirs and it's hard to go wrong with Television followed by Big Star. Great stuff.
p the swede
Date: 10/31/2004
great to have you back, is the summer there yet? great stuff as usual
Date: 10/31/2004
Almost summer!
Date: 10/31/2004
Wow! This looks great. It's always fun making a mix geared to a specific person. I'm sure she'll be pleased with this, as it's filled with wonderful artists and songs.
Date: 11/1/2004
Date: 11/1/2004
really wonderful stuff.
Date: 11/1/2004
Yes, yes. Many wonderful picks.
Date: 11/1/2004
A lot of great picks here. I think your first disc is absolutely amazing. Oh, and, my friend thinks Interpol is a lame Joy Division tribute band!
Date: 11/1/2004
Great stuff both. Some real sounds of my youth here- Ride and Slowdive back to back! Yes!
French Connection
Date: 11/1/2004
Lucky Steph, many top tunes & artists I've seen at the 'Old Trout , Windsor here.
Date: 11/1/2004
Outstanding, both!!!
A.D. 69
Date: 11/1/2004
Looks like a great mix here.
Rob Conroy
Date: 11/2/2004
This looks pretty fantastic. Please drop me a line someday, Sue, and let me know how you're doing.
Date: 11/2/2004
Like this a lot! We got really into Triple J earlier this year when we were back in Sydney and I'm looking forward to exploring your link. Thanks.
Date: 11/2/2004
Great stuff!
jaime b
Date: 11/7/2004
excellent mix. of course. :)

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