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Need help updating music on my iPod. Song suggestions?

Asked by Mama_Cakes2 (1446points) September 15th, 2010

I like this sort of music.

I’m looking for 10 must have songs. The cream of the crop I rise from the top. I never eat a pig ‘cause a pig is a cop songs.

I’m tired of what I have on there. Plus, my girlfriend and I plan on driving to Toronto, Saturday and I need some new mu-saque.

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janbb's avatar

Miles Davis Kind of Blue
Jeff Buckley Hallelujah

Two personal favorites:

Janis Ian Jesse Come Home
Van Morrison Brown-Eyed Girl

Mama_Cakes2's avatar

@janbb Thank, penguin! I miss you!

iamthemob's avatar

“Your Ex-Lover is Dead” by Stars.

ximpostrxx's avatar

well, my new favorite song is Tin Man by America
an oldie but goodie with really meaningful lyrics and a catchy chorus

buckyboy28's avatar

Quite an eclectic mishmush of music you got there. I’ll give you ten songs that I like (in no particular order), and maybe something on there will satiate your hunger.

Run of the Mill by George Harrison
Box of Rain by The Grateful Dead
Ooh La La by The Faces
Jokerman by Bob Dylan
So Divine by The Rolling Stones
Positive Vibration by Bob Marley
Whammer Jammer by The J. Geils Band
Trampled Under Foot by Led Zeppelin
Coming Up by Paul McCartney
Dig A Pony by The Beatles

Mama_Cakes2's avatar

Just to let you all know, every single one is going on. I like ‘em all.

janbb's avatar

Also try Spirit on the Water by Bob Dylan – a nice, lovely mellow song

Mama_Cakes2's avatar

@janbb The only “Jesse” that I could find was done by Joan Baez and Janis Ian (apparently). I am listening to it now ( beginning) and I can recognize Joan.

iamthemob's avatar

@Mama_Cakesjust FYI, Stars are totally from Toronto, and that song helped during my evacuation from New Orleans.

Mama_Cakes2's avatar

@buckyboy28 I think that I love you!

janbb's avatar

That may be it although I have it only by Janis; Joan may have covered it. Does it start out “Jesse come home?” I cry whenever I hear it – makes me think of my brother who died.

Mama_Cakes2's avatar

“Jesse come home, there’s a hole in the bed where you slept…”

aprilsimnel's avatar

You should listen to Cee-Lo Green‘s solo stuff. He’s amazing. He is The Soul Machine.

I think you’d dig Throwing Muses and Tanya Donelly.

Arto Lindsay / Ambitious Lovers and the whole phenomenon of NYC’s No Wave scene is interesting.

I’ve also got the Chaz Jankel radio station on my, which plays a lot of underground, super-minimalist, Eurodance music from the last 30 years, not just his stuff.

I also like Sufjan Stevens. Heeheehee! SOOF-yahn.

That picture uses of John Lennon (I saw it in your library)! Gaaaah! I love that one! Floppy hair and glasses! Squeeee!

janbb's avatar

@Mama_Cakes yeah – that’s it.

Pistol's avatar

San Francisco by Brett Dennen
Baby’s Got Sauce by G. Love and Special Sauce
Mistaken For Strangers by The National
Fever Dream by Iron and Wine (One of my favorites! It gets me like no other song can)
White Winter Hymnal by Fleet Foxes
Falling Out Of Love by Aqualung
Break The Same by Mute Math
Two Weeks by Grizzly Bear
Gap by The Kooks
C’mere by Interpol

Try those! If you wan’t more I got’em! Hope you like some of those.

aprilsimnel's avatar

OMG, I forgot, Girls Against Boys / New Wet Kojak! Love them! Same lead singer and both bands make sex-aaaay music!

tragiclikebowie's avatar

Little Lion Man – Mumford and Sons
Fade Like A Shadow – KT Tunstall
Sunny Road – Emiliana Torrini
Captain Kidd – Great Big Sea

gottamakeart's avatar

I have one suggestion. I’ve been listening to, and following this artist a lot lately.
“Alo and the Narcissist”

Here the link to the band’s website:

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