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
Ice
The Glow Part 2
I Felt You
Mirah
Jerusalem
Apples in the Tree
Mt. St. Helens
The Light
Light the Match
Cold Cold Water
Of Pressure
Advisory Committee
Pollen
Lonestar
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
Holland
Romulus
Jason
Year of the Dog
Sister
Size Too Small
Damascus
Niagara Falls
Woman at the Well
Wolverine
Nick Drake
Northern Sky
The Beta Band
Dry the Rain
Squares
Won

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
TheSunshineFix-EnjoyTheTeeth
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
fluxblog
Moebius Rex
Stereogum
RadioParadise
MusicMatch
FlyGuy
SodaPlay
PianoGraphique

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
Holidays
The Old Master Painter/You Are My Sunshine
Wind Chimes
Barnyard
Vega-Tables
The Woodchop Song
She’s Goin’ Bald
Tones
With Me Tonight
Wonderful
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
pitchforkmedia.com
moebius rex
fluxblog
stereogum
DISCS
soundclick
sites included in singingfish


Previous Posts

Thursday, December 02, 2004

Top 100 Finishing Touches

So the list stands complete, and crowned with four bickering British lads.
It acts as a mix of old and new songs that swirl around my personality like watercolors, and splash against paper to form a, sort of, self-portrait. But why, you might ask, are the likes of the Beatles and Dave Matthews commingling at the peak? Well, this is my history. Sorry buddy; its not yours. I can’t help it if fiddle and saxophone solos bridged a musical gap between where I started and where I stand now. I can’t help it if I believe that ‘Before These Crowded Streets’ is a highly underrated piece of work, even though it stands cowardly pale against the giants of music history. I can’t help it if I’m a visionary, who believes in modern music, and who hopes that new music might, one day, surpass the likes of the Lennon/McCartney machine. It’s not my fault that I highly appreciate albums like ‘Is This It,’ that have managed to set rock and roll back on its right path, avoiding a decade of bad genres. I have no control over the fact that I consider this recent movement that has lead to a true masterpiece, ‘Elephant,’ a driving force that is currently leaking into indi and popular culture and will one day shake the world, pick it up, and hold it by it’s feet. Yes, I’m a believer in new music. But, for now, the forefathers reign supreme. Can Beatles or Stones ever be insecticided and grinded by amazing new talent? I’m afraid the answer lies too far into the future to see.

9 Comments:

At 1:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bravo. This is a great list.

 
At 1:54 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great list--I like your combination of old and new. I just wish that I could "get" Radiohead. I know that I am suppose to think he is great--I just don't. I must be missing something!

 
At 2:24 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey buddy, gotta hook me up with a copy of Reid and Weep, it's pretty awesome...See you later--Mellie

 
At 6:50 PM, Blogger PBandJ said...

I love the list-especially because it is topped with mostly Radiohead and Beatles.
How do you write in the audio links?

 
At 2:16 PM, Blogger Gregor said...

Pretty decent list - a little too heavy on the DMB for my tastes, but good nontheless. The only fatal flaw I see is an absence of Husker Du. Could also use Double Nickels by The Minutemen, and perhaps a Smiths Album. Thanks tho.

 
At 5:16 PM, Blogger maxwell's silver hammer said...

I appreciate the comments. I recently was given copies of every Smiths albums, but the list was already finished.

 
At 7:56 PM, Blogger Jamie said...

Hi. I go to school with Rosemary Puckett and she sent me the link to your blog a week or so ago. I really enjoyed your latest entry. Sometimes, I can be a music snob even though I try not to be. That list of yours is pretty spiffy keen. You didnt ask for this but here is a little list of my own starting with number 1: Talking Heads "Remain in the Light", Velvet Underground "Loaded", Led Zeppelin "Houses of the Holy", Radiohead "Kid A", Pink Flloyd "Animals", Herbie Hancock "Head Hunters", Tool "Aenima", Smashing Pumpkins "Gish, Sonic Youth "Daydream Nation, Phish "Story of the Ghost", Primus "Pork Soda", Medeski, Randolph, North Miss. Allstars "The Word", White Stripes "Elephant", Elliott Smith "Songs from a Basement on a Hill", and Oysterhead "Grand Pecking Order. There is 15 but you know I change the order around slightly everyday, except for the first one. Any way I will keep looking in on MynewSourceforEverything. Thanks.

 
At 6:57 PM, Blogger ZooMancer said...

Congratulations!
This is an excelent blog and a great listing of fantastic music!
I'm going to put a link on my blog (in portuguese) to yours, ok??
Best wishes, ZooMancer

 
At 11:23 AM, Blogger Maiia said...

hey, i like your page a lot and now there's a link to it from my page, i hope it's ok for you ..
cheers, mari

 

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