March 21, 2009 Playlist

DJ: Dave

“How I Dreamt I was an Architect” – Colin Meloy – Colin Meloy Sings Live
“We are vagabonds travelling without seatbelts on…”

Music inspired by James Joyce in honor of Bloomsday, June 16, the day the novel Ulysses takes place.
“rejoyce” – Jefferson Airplane – After Bathing at Baxter’s
“Tales of Brave Ulysses” – Cream – Disraeli Gears
“My House” – Lou Reed – The Blue Mask
“X” – Owen Tromans – Chamber Music
“Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man” – Joan Baez – Baptism
“The Sensual World” – Kate Bush – The Sensual World
“XXI” – Great Depression – Chamber Music
“Too Long in Exile” – Van Morrison – Too Long in Exile
“XXII” – Puerto Muerto – Chamber Music
“If I Should Fall from Grace with God” – the Pogues – If I Should Fall from Grace with God
“XXVI” – Gerry Mitchell & Little Sparta – Chamber Music
“Handsome Molly” – Bob Dylan – Live at the Gaslight 1962

Featuring songs with literary references, or that are featured in literary works, in honor of the Virginia Festival of the Book, starting and ending with the work of authors (Paul Muldoon and Jack Keroauc) that were topics this year.

“Saab with Sandi” – Rackett – Standing Room Only
“My Little Runaway” – The Stone Coyotes – Church of the Falling Rain
“The Dangling Conversation” – Simon & Garfunkel – Parsely, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme
“Going Down with Larry Brown” – Madison Smart Bell & Wyn Cooper – Just One More: A Tribute to Larry Brown
“Tea and Corpses” – The Flash Girls – The Return of Pansy Smith and Violet Jones
“Do Not Fear the Dark” – The Love Hall Tryst – Songs of Misfortune
“The Ghost of Tom Joad” – Bruce Springsteen – The Ghost of Tom Joad
“On The Road” – Tom Waits with Primus – Jack Kerouac Reads On the Road


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