“Clark Gable” by The Postal Service

Check out Today’s Song of the Day “Clark Gable” by The Postal Service.

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List who you’d like to be a backup singer or co-songwriter for :: MusicListography

List who you’d like to be a backup singer or co-songwriter for
courtesy of Music Listography : Your Life In (Play)Lists

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Waking up on a Monday with you :: A Monday Playlist

Waking up on a Monday with you :: A Monday Playlist

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Death Cab For Cutie :: My Favorite Artists/Bands

Death Cab For Cutie :: My Favorite Artists/Bands

Transatlanticism was an album bought on a whim one afternoon when I’d gone to a record store on my lunch break to browse, pick up some new music, and cheer myself up. Ever since I was a very young girl I have always associated record stores with mood lifting, as my Mother used to take me with her to visit the music any time she was down, or needed to reconnect, or sometimes just because. It was one of those days, stresses at work, problems at home, and I was in desperate need of some musical therapy. The name of the album, and the striking cover, are what drew me to the album, so I bought it “sound-unseen”, and it when I slid it into my car stereo’s CD player and hit play, and The New Year started to play, the healing began.

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Friday Five :: Songs about trains

Songs About Trains

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So this is the new year :: VOTD

The New Year :: Death Cab For Cutie A predictable “New Year’s” selection for “Video of the Day“, but the song, though expected from someone who is a Ben Gibbard fan, and enjoys the indie side of things, it is still a great song, filled with a realistic view on the unrealistic expectations tethered to…

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Quintessential Albums :: Give Up :: The Postal Service

Give Up :: The Postal Service Quintessential Albums A Little History: Give Up is an album by the electronic pop duo The Postal Service, which was released on February 19, 2003. Give Up was the second Sub Pop Records release to receive platinum status, and was Sub Pop’s best selling album after Nirvana’s Bleach. Give…

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It’s many hundred miles and it won’t be long :: songs and poetry

“Nothing at all, in my head, to say to you, only the beat of the train I’m on. Nothing I’ve learned all my life on the way to you, one day our love was over and gone.” Tonight’s Train (by me) The carnival train is leaving, every night at revolving times; you can tell by…

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