Marlee MacLeod, bless her heart, sent me this little musical questionnaire game of tag. I've got to answer some seemingly harmless questions about music on my blog, then forward it to five other blogsters, who are obligated by some secret Code of the Web to post their answers and pass it on to five other blogsters. Kind of like a chain letter I guess, though the promise of riches and happiness and the threat of ruin and humiliation are only implied.
Check out Marlee's answers at her blog.
The last CD I bought was: I think I might be forgetting something I picked up in some bargain bin somewhere, but the last ones I remember were the new re-issue of Don't Slander Me by Roky Erickson and Sonic Youth's Sonic Nurse, which I bought on the same day. I think this was after I won The Q People, A Tribute to NRBQ on E-bay.
Song playing right now: "Some Humans Ain't Human" by John Prine. (On shuffle mode right now are Prine's Fair & Square, Georgia Hard by Robbie Fulks and The Appalachians (Companion to the Public Television Series.)
Five songs I listen to a lot, or that mean a lot to me:
1) "Rag Doll" by The Four Seasons
2) "Freddy's Dead" by Curtis Mayfield
3) "It Is No Secret What God Can Do" by Elvis Presley
4 ) "Georgia Lee" by Tom Waits
5) "All Apologies" by Nirvana
5 and a half) "Touch of Evil" by Tom Russell
Five people to whom I'm passing the baton (and who I hope forgive me):
1) Mike at The Unruly Servant
2) Ken at New Mexiken
3) Mary at Tua's Corner
4) Julia at Julia Goldberg's Blog
5) Tom at The Donegal Express
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