The Sunday Selector: March 2nd, 2008

Mick Jagger—“Memo from Turner” (from the film Performance)

  • BOBBY CHARLES: I got turned on to Bobby Charles while listening to Devendra Banhart guest DJing on WNYC’s “Spinning on Air.”  It was a warm spring night, I had the radio on out in the garden,  and Charles’ song “I Must Be in a Good Place Now” wrapped snuggly around my head like the most comforting cloth ever created.  An absolutely gorgeous moment.  Charles’ phenomenal debut album, recorded with most of the members of The Band and Dr. John, inexplicably swings in and out of print and The Heat Warps was kind enough to upload it recently for your listening pleasure.  Believe me, you need this.
  • BOOT CAMP—THE END OF THE LINE: Robin completed her initial six-weeks of hell in boot camp and the whole series has been an entertaining, ahem, “reed.” Click and scroll around her blog (pretty much the closest thing I get to exercise these days) to see what she went through.
  • STEELY DAN—THE LOST GAUCHO ALBUM: a) Yes, I know it’s totally uncool to like Steely Dan and b) I don’t really give a shit.
  • STREETSY: Daily street art photography brought to you by the guy who created Gothamist. (via The Group News Blog)

 

Posted by Kevin K. on 03/02/08 at 06:06 PM • Permalink

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