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in this photo!
- "Is That Love" • Squeeze Singles 45s And Under is one of the first and most important greatest hits CDs I've ever owned.
- "Righteously" • Lucinda Williams
- "Beyond Belief" I must have bought The Best of Elvis Costello & The Attractions the same year I bought that Squeeze CD.
- "Shake Some Action" • I only recently discovered that this Cracker performance is a cover of a power-pop classic from the Flamin Groovies. From the Clueless movie soundtrack.
- "Two Fingers" • Jake Bugg is so young he can be forgiven for so shamelessly aping John Lennon.
- "Hey Julie" • Fountains Of Wayne tons of fun to play on guitar or ukulele.
- "Mrs. Vanderbilt" [live] • Always happy to hear Paul McCartney dig up deep album cuts (this one is from Band on the Run) for his concert albums.
- "The Valley Road" • I borrowed the Bruce Hornsby box set from the library and ripped this live-in-the-studio performance (with The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band). I always liked this song, this performance is so exciting!
- "Birds of a Feather" • The Civil Wars
- "Jealous Again" • The Black Crowes [acoustic]
- "Deep Red Bells" [live] • Neko Case
- "Someone To Love" • In 1991, Roger McGuinn enjoyed a minor comeback with his LP Back from Rio that reached #44 on the album chart. With his trademark 12-string guitar riffs, and support from Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, "Someone to Love" felt like an audition to join the Traveling Wilburys!
- "Queen Of Hearts" • I loves me some uptempo power pop from Dave Edmunds and Rockpile. The song was written by Hank DeVito (Edmunds was the first to release a recording of the song); Juice Newton's cover later peaked at #2 on the Hot 100 in 1981.
- "A Hazy Shade of Winter" • Simon & Garfunkel
- "Teddy Bear" • The Music Class
- "Moondance" • Van Morrison
- "She Moves in Her Own Way" • The Kooks
- "Thirty One Today" • A tuneful and melancholy recording from Aimee Mann's Fucking Smilers
- "Ashes to Ashes" • David Bowie
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