Reid's MP3 Picks

NEW-Arcade Fire
Neighborhood #2 (Laika)
Rebellion (Lies)
Wake Up
Neighborhood #3 (Power Out)
NEW-Devendra Banhart
There Was Sun
This Beard is for Sibohan
Will is My Friend
This is the Way
Autumn’s Child
Coco Rosie
Good Friday
By Your Side
Jesus Loves Me
The Books
The Lemon of Pink
The Lemon of Pink Pt. 2
Enjoy Your Worries, You May Never Have Them Again
The Go! Team
Junior Kickstart
We Listen Everyday
The Microphones
I Felt Your Shape
The Pull
Where It’s Hotter Part 3
The Glow
Ocean 1,2,3
The Gleam
Moon Moon Moon
The Glow Part 2
I Felt You
Apples in the Tree
Mt. St. Helens
The Light
Light the Match
Cold Cold Water
Of Pressure
Advisory Committee
La Familia
Person Person
Oh! September
Iron and Wine
Naked As We Came
Passing Afternoon
Weary Memory
Lion’s Mane
Sufjan Stevens
All Good Naysayers, Speak Up! Or Forever Hold Your Peace!
For The Widows in Paradise, For the Fatherless in Ypsilanti
Year of the Dog
Size Too Small
Niagara Falls
Woman at the Well
Nick Drake
Northern Sky
The Beta Band
Dry the Rain

Featured mp3s

Tim Wilson – Past Cure 1974
Luke Temple – Make Right With You
Amestory - #2
ps – Vena Cava
The Anomoanon – Mr. Train
Treewave - Sleep
Matters & Dunaway - Memorial
Low- Sunflower
The Dears - We Can Have It
Tracy Shedd- End of the Night
Mono- Halcyon (Beautiful Days)
From Bubblegum to Sky- Operation Big Beat
Frausdots- dead wrong
Silver Sunshine- Way Up In the Big Sky
Damien Jurado- Prices
The Rosemont Family Reumion- Leaving Here Tommorow

Recomended Links

Pitchfork Media
All Music
All Movie
Rolling Stone
Moebius Rex

Reid's Music

The following are chosen songs from "Reid it and Weep"
Me and Julio
Blackbird- A Short Trip Across the Universe
Factory Girl
Hey Ya
These are just a couple of extra songs. The first one is a silly song I wrote about Wal-mart,and the next one is a Weezer cover -Both of which aren't exactly finished.
Wal-mart (You may be a member of Sam's Club, but your not a member of Uncle Sam's club)
Say It Ain't So

The Beach Boys - Original Smile Sessions

Our Prayer
The Heroes & Villians Suite
Do You Like Worms
Mrs O’Leary’s Cow
Child is Father of Man
Cabin Essence
I Love to Say Da Da
The Old Master Painter/You Are My Sunshine
Wind Chimes
The Woodchop Song
She’s Goin’ Bald
With Me Tonight
Three Blind Mice
With Me Tonight
Your Welcome
Surf’s Up Instrumental
Can’t Wait Too Long
Cool Cool Water
Surf’s Up Vocal
Heroes & Villains
George Fell Into His French Horn
Bicycle Rider Theme
Cabin Essence
Heroes & Villians
Good Vibrations
Good Vibrations (closing bit)
Smile promo advertisment

Even More mp3s

Nude as the news
Van Morrison - Gloria
Grizzly Bear- Fix It
Grizzly Bear- Don’t Ask
David Byrne- Lazy
panda bear – track one

Gwen Stefani - What You Waiting For
The Modern Lovers- Foggy Notion
The Prodigy- Girls (Rex the Dog Mix)
Helio Sequence- Everyone Knows Everyone
Radio Slave- Bang Bang
Mali Music- Makelekele
Deadbeat- White Out
Iron Virgin- Rebels Rule
Freeform Five- Electromagnetic
Mouse on Mars- Wipe that Sound
Electrocute- Tales of Odinary Sadness
The Chap- Oozing Emotion
Augie March – Song in the Key of Chance
Applied Communications- Sails
Human Television- Saw You Walking By
Irving- I Can’t Fall in Love
Prosaics- Teeth
Dealership- Pure of Heart
The Aeffect- Burning in the Bed on Fire
A. Graham & the Moment Band- Blurred Back
Ariel Pink- For Kate I Wait
The Music of Chris Brown
The Music of Mourning Knight

All mp3s, streaming, and soundclips are collected from the following sites
moebius rex
sites included in singingfish

Previous Posts

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Coco Rosie

Do I like Coco Rosie?

Well, I like Cocoa Pebbles and the name Rosie has the perfect amount of letters. I guess that means Coco Rosie is a-okay with me. On the other hand, I wish I was writing in a highschool yearbook. Does everything relate to coffee?

I have no idea what's going on right now.

Good Friday
By Your Side


At 11:30 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think I can answer that question.. Do I like Coco Rosie? Hell no. I saw Coco Rosie for the first time and the last time Jan 17th at the Riv in Chicago. I should've hung out in the stench of the soggy bathroom talking to the bathroom attendant just to avoid hearing what they called music.
Bright Eyes - you might want to actually listen to who you have opening for you before you sign em up next time.

At 1:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cocoa Rosie is not for the mainstream musically-minded. Totally unique! Sort of a Beth Owens of Portishead musical style and a Billy Holiday on an acid trip voice. The keyboardist had one of the most amazing saprano opera voices I've ever heard and they showcased bizarre childlike paintings of strange monsters and animals. I loved their show in Chicago. I'd never heard of them, but if you want to experience something completely unique, check them out!

At 12:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

to the person that said somthing about "bright eyes better check out whos opening for them" is a fucking douche. yea it sucks that they arnt super popular and trendy to like. maybe when every emo indie kid in the world jumps on to the bandwagon they might be cool to like.

At 5:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was at the chicago show, and it is too bad that many of the people who go to bright eyes shows don't have a broad enough appreciation of music to understand how talented Coco Rosie is... while they really don't fit that sort of venue, there is something about their musical style.

At 9:39 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw Coco Rosie for the first time this weekend, also with the Bright Eyes tour. I was completely amazed by their fantastic performance, and so was the most part of the audience. Everyone were deadly silent as they played, too impressed to say anything. And the first comment I heard was the one of 2 kids who were talking about the too expensive tickets before the show started stating: Even if the show would end there, the 30$ would have been worth it...just for that.

At 9:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw coco Rosie on wednesday nite at Town Hall. Wow. It was such a moving performance. They performed in the dark and you could faintly see them. The only performer you could see was a rapper in an Indian headress that effectivley added percussion. The art slide presentation only added to the theatrics of the evening. I was mezmorized! Hearing them live at a seated venue made it even more special. The juxtoposition of the beautiful opera voice along with the gutteral sounding voice was fantastic. The cd is great but not as potent as hearing them live.

At 11:08 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sorry but have you ever heard coco rosie they are brilliant. Mybe your idea of good music is so narrow-minded that you believe that the only good music is mainstream because the most people listen to it.

At 11:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh they clearly rule. I can see it not having mass-appeal, but meh, who cares.


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