23 February 2009

Changing Seasons, Changing Tunes.

Something happens to me when the days start getting longer. The promise of warm weather shakes me from hibernation, and I start thinking about bike tune-ups and new hiking boots instead of THE OFFICE reruns.

A change of attitude requires a new soundtrack, and this is usually around the time I rediscover artists like Jack Johnson and Tristan Prettyman--people who've made a living singing about the things that seems a million miles away when Punxsutawney Phil is being dragged from his hole.

So here's what I've been listening to to curb my cabin fever:


Band/Artist: Jack Johnson
Date: August 5, 2005
Venue: Dodge Theatre
Location: Phoenix, Arizona

Source: *Remastered* - AT931c > SPSB-2 (Roll off @ 107Hz) > Sony PCM-M1
Lineage: Remastered from Steve LeFevre's original AUD source
Taped by: http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=taper%3A%22Steve%20LeFevre%20%28hmblmunkye%40aol.com%29%22

Never Know
Dreams Be Dreams
Banana Pancakes
Do You Remember
Sitting, Waiting, Wishing
Cookie Jar
Symbol on My Driveway
Rodeo Clowns
Never Gonna Give You Up > Holes to Heaven
Tomorrow Morning
Bubble Toes
Wasting Time
Horizon Has Been Defeated
Bad Fish > Boss DJ
Inaudible Melodies
Good People
Times Like These
No Other Way
Two of Us
The News > Natural Mystic
Plastic Jesus > Fall Line > Spring Wind
Pirate Looks at 40
Better Together

1 comment:

  1. I've got that cabin fever, too. Ready for someplace warm.

    For some reason I've been dreaming about SoCal and Hawaii...

    Love the new layout!