Friday, October 03, 2008
Friday Random Ten: The (Jesus) Jonesing for the Nineties Edition 
by Lenka Reznicek [permalink] 
  1. Milt Jackson - "Angel Face"
  2. Brian Wilson - "Song for Children"
  3. Apoptygma Berzerk - "Rebel"
  4. Fugees - "The Score"
  5. Ulf Sandberg Quartet - "Bolivia"
  6. Rodriguez - "Inner City Blues"
  7. Sad Salamanders - "Dirty Martini Time"
  8. Foo Fighters - "Headwires"
  9. Hugh Masekela - "If There's Anybody Out There"
  10. Pretenders - "Talk of the Town"

If nothing else, that's a rather geographically and ethnically diverse Friday Top Ten. Say, remember the band Jesus Jones, of "Right Here, Right Now" renown? For some reason, I've been thinking about the Nineties a lot (wink wink). Probably all the Twin Peaks we've been watching. Here's one of the Jonesers' more obscure-but-enjoyable tracks (which you've likely never heard if you didn't listen to college radio back then, or own the Doubt cassette), "Who? Where? Why?" from the Doubt album:

(P.S.) I'm not sure of the origin of the "Evil Apple" logo above, but it's now my Windows background image. There's an even better "Evil Apple" image here.