Vinyl-O-Matic Season 3, Episode 75
Albums that begin with the letters Y and Z
Yesterday, When I Was Young
DOT Records DLP 25953
Certainly a fine standard. There's a quite lovely rendition by Lou Reed from "Lost in the Stars: The Music of Kurt Weill".
Jad Fair & Norman Blake
"Add Your Name"
Joyful Noise Records JNR142.4
I think they have fun working together.
You Could Have It So Much Better
Domino Records 94800
The sound of the aughties.
Drag City Records DC-303
Pretty and elaborate as usual.
Rip Rig + Panic
"You're My Kind of Climate"
You're My Kind of Climate
Virgin Records VS507 12
This song has been creeping in and out of my consciousness for thirty years. Neneh Cherry is awesome.
"What It Look Like"
Yo Yo Yo Yo Yo Yo
Big Dada Recordings BD091
More sounds of the aughties.
"Year of the Cat"
Year of the Cat
Janus Records JXS-7022
Forever imprinted upon my childhood soundtrack.
"They Don't Know About Us"
You Broke My Heart in 17 Places
MCA Records MCA-5471
I love this song so much.
"Man in a Suitcase"
A&M Records SP-3720
Quite I fun song live too.
"Do Me in Once and I'll Be Sad,
Do Me in Twice and I'll Know Better
Reprise Records PRO 368
Yes, you read that correctly. Those GTO's.
"Tell Her No"
Parrot Records PAS 71001
Dig em on Shindig.
Cover image: Lou Reed appearing in "September Songs: The Music of Kurt Weill" (Willber/Weinstein, 1995). See above.
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