Saturday, December 22, 2007

MUSIC: Faves Of 2007

My favorite music of 2007, presented in alphabetical order:

Carbon/Silicon---The Last Post
www.carbonsiliconinc.com/

Peter Case---Let Us Now Praise Sleepy John
www.petercase.com/

Jarvis Cocker---Jarvis
www.myspace.com/jarvspace

The Coral---Roots And Echoes
www.thecoral.co.uk/

The Detroit Cobras---Tied & True
www.detroitcobras.org/

John Doe---A Year In The Wilderness
www.theejohndoe.com/

Mitch Easter---Dynamico
www.mitcheaster.com/

Bryan Ferry---Dylanesque
www.bryanferry.com/

John Fogerty---Revival
www.johnfogerty.com/

Future Clouds And Radar---Future Clouds And Radar
www.starapplekingdom.com/

The Go---Howl On The Haunted Beat You Ride
http://www.myspace.com/thegodetroit

Ian Hunter---Shrunken Heads
www.ianhunter.com/

Richard Lloyd---The Radiant Monkey
www.richardlloyd.com/

Midwest Music Liquidators---Various recordings only available (for now) on their myspace page.
www.myspace.com/midwestmusicliquidators

The Museum Mutters---Various recordings only available (for now) on their myspace page.
http://www.myspace.com/themuseummutters

Outrageous Cherry---Stay Happy
http://www.myspace.com/outrageouscherry

Prince---Planet Earth
www.3121.com/

The Skeletons---Alive In The Nineties
soursnow.blogspot.com/

Son Volt---The Search
www.sonvolt.net/

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band---Magic
www.brucespringsteen.net/

The Stabilisers---Wanna do the Wild Plastic Brane Love Thing?
www.thestabilisers.com/

Stephen Stills---Just Roll Tape
www.stephenstillsmusic.org/

Ben Vaughn---Designs In Music
benvaughn.net/

Wilco---Sky Blue Sky
www.wilcoworld.net/

6 comments:

James said...

Wow, that's some phenomenal company you put us in! Thanks, sir!

We play Saturday, 1/5/7 at the Tap Room with the Wormwood Scrubs and Quief Quota for FREEFREEFREE!

-James/The Museum Mutters

Cynthia said...

ahhhh, I knew I could count on you to have Ian Hunter on your list.....

steve scariano said...

Well Cynthia, the old boy certainly earned it, didn't he? It's one of the best records of his career. Loved the political leanings, especially his take on Bush & company in the title track, and "How's Your House?" is the best song yet about Katrina, in my opinion.

Cynthia said...

He sure did----it's an amazing album----and my 5 year old son Owen, who is kind of mini-Ernie, loves it too.

I totally agree that it's one of the best of his career. Seeing him at House of Blues this summer was one of the highlights of my year.....

Happy New Year Steve!

Secret Leaves said...

Michael is really liking Peter Case right now too. Also, I tried to listen to the John Doe CD this morning, but alas, my CD player rejected it, declaring "No disc." Now I am more curious to hear it than ever.

-Sharon

Silly Bus said...

Interesting Post!!!