Top 5 Music Obsessions featuring Elvis Costello

This Sunday’s Top 5 Music Obsessions include songs by Elvis Costello, Liz Phair, Garbage, The Kills, and Jill Sobule. Elvis, can you handle all that WOMEN MUSIC POWER?

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Top 5 Music Obsessions featuring Siouxsie and the Banshees

Today’s Top 5 Music Obsessions include songs from Siouxsie and the Banshees, Morrissey, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, Michael Head and the Red Elastic Band, and Matthew Sweet.

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Top 5 Music Obsessions featuring Pulp

Today’s Top 5 Music Obsessions include songs from Pulp, Moviestar, The New Pornographers, The Kinks, and Elvis Costello.

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Top 5 Music Obsessions featuring Elvis Costello

Today’s Top 5 Music Obsessions features Songs from Elvis Costello, Hot Bodies In Motion, The Veils, Juliana Hatfield, and Meshell Ndegeocello.

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“Watching the Detectives” by Elvis Costello

Check out Today’s Song of the Day – “Watching the Detectives” by Elvis Costello, the Clash and Film Noir Inspired Song that is my Favorite Elvis Costello Track.

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Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Day – 9/7/17

Check out today’s Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Day featuring Paul Weller

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Songs about mirrors :: Top 10 Tuesday

Songs about mirrors :: Top 10 Tuesday

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You can leave your hat on :: Top Five Friday :: Friday Music Theme

Top Five Friday Songs about Hats, Shoes and Glasses Hats 1. You Can Leave Your Hat On :: Joe Cocker “You give me a reason to live.” 2. Raspberry Beret :: Prince “And if it was warm she wouldn’t wear much more.” 3. Time For Heroes :: The Libertines “There are fewer more distressing sights…

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I can see a better time where all our dreams come true :: VOTD (The Holiday Edition)

Fairytale of New York :: The Pogues, featuring KirstyMacColl from the album, If I Should Fall From the Grace of God Fairytale of New York is a Christmas song by the Celtic punk group The Pogues, released in 1987 and featuring singer Kirsty MacColl. The song is an Irish folk style ballad, written by Jem Finer and Shane MacGowan, and featured on The Pogues’ album If I Should Fall from…

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New Music Round-Up :: Week of 9/16

Long Way Down :: Tom Odell Three-Sentence Review: Tom is being compared to such a wide array of different musicians, from Adele to Elton John, from Nick Drake to Bastille, from Bob Dylan to Arcade Fire to Ryan Adams – why are all these comparisons necessary? To me, this is melancholic and raw and wonderful,…

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