Friday, October 16, 2009


Yes, indeedy: It’s Friday, which means it’s time for the weekly pile of Randomly Selected Tuneage, coming to you straight from the mysterious electronical innards of the Elisson’s Little White Choon-Box.

Let’s give a listen, shall we?
  1. Cour d’Amours - Dies, Nox, et Omnia - Christian Thielemann: Orff, Carmina Burana

  2. Beverly Hills Candidate - The Capitol Steps

  3. IV. Scena e Canto gitano - L. Stokowski: Rimsky-Korsakov, Scheherezade

  4. The Boston Rag - Steely Dan

    Any news was good news
    And the feeling was bad at home
    I was out of mind and you
    Were on the phone
    Lonnie was the kingpin
    Back in nineteen sixty-five
    I was singing this song
    When Lonnie came alive

    Bring back the Boston Rag
    Tell all your buddies
    That it ain’t no drag
    Bring back the Boston Rag

    You were Lady Bayside
    There was nothing that I could do
    So I pointed my car down
    Seventh Avenue
    Lonnie swept the playroom
    And he swallowed up all he found
    It was forty-eight hours ’til
    Lonnie came around

  5. Toy - Miles Davis

  6. Shemonmane - Maritu Legesse

  7. Not The Same - Ben Folds

  8. No One Mourns The Wicked - Wicked, Original Cast Recording

  9. You Never Give Me Your Money - The Beatles

  10. The Rye or the Kaiser - Weird Al Yankovic

It’s Friday. What are you listening to?

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