Friday, June 26, 2020

"K": THE WEEKEND MIX






TRACKLIST
Kickin' Up Dust- Robert Walter Trio
Kid- Pretenders
King of The Road- Roger Miller
Keep This Love Goin'- NRBQ
Knife & A Fork- Kip Anderson
Kickin' Child- Dion
Kate- Ben Folds Five
Killer Queen- Queen
Kilburn Towers- Bee Gees
Keep Your Hands On The Wheel- Roy Wood (and John Bonham)
Knowing Me, Knowing You- Marshall Crenshaw
Killed By Love- The Pursuit Of Happiness
King's Call- Phil Lynott
King's Lead Hat- Brian Eno
Killing The Blues- Robert Plant & Alison Krauss
King Harvest- The Band
Knocks Me Off My Feet- Stevie Wonder
Keep Me Turning- Pete Townshend & Ronnie Lane
Kinda Dukish- Jason Moran
Kitty's Back- Bruce Springsteen & The ESB

zip

16 comments:

Eric said...

'K thanks...seriously

daudder said...

anytime you can feature a song from the excellent and frequently overlooked Rough Mix by Pete townshend and Ronnie Lane is a good thing.

JAYESSEMM said...

Wonderful Sal -- Many Thanks!

These days we all need moments of fun like this mix.

Have a great weekend. Wash your hands!

Mr. Baez said...

This looks like a great set of tunes. Thanks, Sal. Enjoy your weekend.

dogbreath said...

Nice one! Some unknowns (to me) mixed in with some old faves like good old Lynott. And that Plant/Krauss album keeps growing on me. Anyhow, looking forward to giving this a blast over the weekend. Have a good one. Cheers!

FD13NYC said...

Good one Sal!

Scottdammit! said...

I had to DL the set. Anyone with King's Call and Kickin' Child on their playlist already has superior taste in music. Thank you!

hpunch said...

Keep Your Hands On The Wheel!!!

Michael Giltz said...

Killer! I am so tempted to mimic this approach to a playlist. I mean, it's alphabetical and seems obvious, but it's a fun way to randomly toss stuff together and then choose with care what pops up. But again, X!! What the hell will you do with X? I fear for you....

M_Sharp said...

Excellent, thanks! I was not aware of Kip Anderson's original, and Roy Wood is always welcome.

buzzbabyjesus said...

Krazy!

Anonymous said...

I've yet to be sold on Hall & Oates, Todd Rundgren, XTC, NIN, and other faves of this here blog (you did make some headway with your Queen comp back in November 2018), but I've really liked all the Lynott and Thin Lizzy things I've heard. I see, in scouring your past posts, that you've done a lot of Lizzy/Lynott posts, but links have expired. Any chance of you either doing a new comp, or reviving past ones?
C in California

Sal Nunziato said...

"I've yet to be sold on Hall & Oates, Todd Rundgren, XTC, NIN"

OUCH! Toss in Dr. John, why doncha!

I'd be happy to reup any link you need, just tell me which, CinCALI

Anonymous said...

Man, I was concerned you'd be bent by my build-up to the ask, but know that we share a fandom of early X, Beatles, Slim Harpo and T Rex. I bet there're lots more -- I've just gleaned those from comments. And 'Walk On Gilded Splinters' is one of the spookiest recordings ever, so you're not going to find me insulting the dearly-deceased Doctor. I also own songs by H & O and NIN, and albums by XTC and TR (Utopia), so it's not a total loss!
Anyhoo, the post you had on 2.18.11 had a lot of material, so that'd be a good'un.
By the by, in looking over your past posts I saw so many goddamn things that I had to read -- I came to BW in only the last few years -- so curse you, sir, for distracting me from work. And don't go away!
C in California

Sal Nunziato said...

Okay, you're all set, C. The Lizzy/Lynott Zip is up and working.

And I was only bent in the best possible way!

Anonymous said...

Oh, I knew that, the OUCH and 'why doncha!' told me you were chuckling. Thanks in advance for the re-up!