Play Me All Your “Firsts” :: A March First Playlist

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Play Me All Your “Firsts” :: A March First Playlist
First Album Tracks
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“Let’s Go Crazy” :: Prince & the Revolution
“Come Together” :: The Beatles
“Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels) :: Arcade Fire
“Beetlebum” :: Blur
“Spark” :: Tori Amos
“Know Who You are at Every Age” :: Cocteau Twins
“Angel” :: Massive Attack
“Age of Consent” :: New Order
“Up the Junction” :: Squeeze
“Bitter Sweet Symphony” :: The Verve
“Life on a Chain” :: Pete Yorn
“The Changingman” :: Paul Weller
“Time to Pretend” :: MGMT
“Daniel” :: Elton John
“Second Hand News” :: Fleetwood Mac
“To Be Young (is to be Sad, is to be High)” :: Ryan Adams
“Miss You” :: The Rolling Stones
“Everything in its Right Place” :: Radiohead
“Pink Moon” :: Nick Drake
“All My Days” :: Alexi Murdoch
“Fade Into You” :: Mazzy Star
“Five Years” :: David Bowie
“Cover Me Up” :: Jason Isbell
“(Sittin’ On) the Dock of the Bay :: Otis Redding
“Reel Around the Fountain” :: The Smiths
“Rid of Me” :: PJ Harvey
“Seven Nation Army” :: The White Stripes
“Walk On By” :: Isaac Hayes
“Born to Die” :: Lana Del Rey
“Plainsong” :: The Cure
“It Could be Sunshine” :: Love & Rockets
“Dazzle” :: Siouxsie & The Banshees
“Jackie” :: Sinead O’Connor
“Zero” :: Yeah Yeah Yeahs
“Gloria: In Excelsis Deo” :: Patti Smith
“The Great Big No” :: The Lemonheads
“Smells Like Teen Spirit” :: Nirvana
“Janie Jones” :: The Clash
“Vertigo” :: The Libertines
“Wanna be Startin’ Something” :: Michael Jackson
“I Wanna be Adored” :: The Stone Roses
“Mojo Pin” :: Jeff Buckley
“Girls on Film” :: Duran Duran
“Violet” :: Hole
“What I Am” :: Edie Brickell & New Bohemians
“It’s a Hit” :: Rilo Kiley
“Little Plastic Castle” :: Ani DiFranco
“Maggot Brain” :: Funkadelic

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Los Angeles writer, dreamer and gypsy soul who harbors an obsessive love of music and lyrics, and writes about them with passion and insight, as well as sometimes waxing poetic on books, films and travel.

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