song obsession friday! (for the week ending July 31)–last one

Song obsessions are those songs that we listen to on repeat. I noticed that my obsessions are often a week long. I also thought that other people might have similar obsessions. I’ve collected a panel of a few like-minded individuals and gotten their “song obsessions of the week.” Quite often it’s easy to explain why the song is good; it’s much hard to explain why we’re obsessed. Maybe you’ll become obsessed with one of these.

Adrian (me):
John Vanderslice – Dead Slate Pacific (mp3) (buy)

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I’ve had various versions of this song running through my head for the last week. I’m not sure what has kept it stuck in my head–the Pacific isn’t even the ocean I’m flying over in a few days–other than it is a gorgeous song.

Keith:
A Girl Called Eddy – The Long Goodbye (mp3) (buy)

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For my money no female singer in recent memory does pain, longing and regret like Erin Moran of A Girl Called Eddy. We’ll miss you Adrian!

Yup, this blog is going on hold very shortly, so this will be the last song obsession post.



3 Responses to “song obsession friday! (for the week ending July 31)–last one”

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    This is a nice song

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