We All Love Looking Down :: Two Days Away :: A Playlist
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Part of the Process :: Morcheeba
Stronger Than Me :: Connie Britton
The Only Thing Real :: Callaghan
Beautiful Freak :: Eels
Disco 2000 :: Pulp
Second Hand News :: Fleetwood Mac
Black Star :: Radiohead
Rio :: Hey Marseilles
Don’t Look at Me :: The Twilight Sad
Cascade :: Siouxsie and the Banshees
Statues :: Foo Fighters
Talisman :: Air
Achin’ to Be :: The Replacements
Already Dead :: Beck
Still Alright :: Adam Merrin
You Could Make a Killing :: Aimee Mann
You are My Joy :: Reindeer Section
A Whiter Shade of Pale (cover) :: Annie Lennox
UnBiloTitled (acoustic) :: Babyshambles
Raining in New York :: Oh Laura
New York :: Stephen Fretwell
The Way I Am :: Ingrid Michaelson
Delicate :: Damien Rice
Float On (cover) :: Ben Lee
Waiting for my Real Life to Begin :: Colin Hay
One of These Things First :: Nick Drake
I See You, You See Me :: The Magic Numbers
Say Something :: James
F.N.T. :: Semisonic
Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again :: Bob Dylan

17 thoughts on “We All Love Looking Down :: A Playlist

      1. It’s going well thanks. I wrote a post earlier about the process I go through when I write (in a very top line kind of way)…

        …except I’ve written that but none of my novel today!

      2. Read it/commented…thank you for always inspiring me and helping to make me feel less insane. Good luck coaxing some words out tonight…

      3. Not sure what the song was but I listened to Gil Scott-Heron’s final album, I’m New Here, on the way home last night. It’s one of my all-time favourites.

      4. Good choice. I love that record too. If you like it then definitely try out I’m New Here at some point. He wrote and recorded it just a couple of years before he died… he was much older, hadn’t recorded for years… it’s got a wise, retrospective quality but is still ultra cool.

  1. I listened to this as I blogged tonight. It was great. Thanks for introducing me to some new music and providing the soundtrack for my evening.

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