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California playlist on the road home 29/03/2009

Posted by lmd64 in Lmd64.

From San Diego back to LAX last saturday morning, we listened to the following tracks in the car:

Rufus Wainwright – Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk 
Feist – 1234 
Joni Mitchell – Chelsea Morning 
Rufus Wainwright – California 
Joni Mitchell – Big Yellow Taxi 
Stereolab – Captain Easychord 
Joni Mitchell – California 
David Hirschfelder & The Bogo Pogo Orchestra – Medley: La Cumparsita/Tango Please 
LCD Soundsystem – Daft Punk Is Playing at My House 
Feist – Sea Lion Woman 
The Magnetic Fields – California Girls 
Stereolab – Jenny Ondioline 
Air – The Word ‘Hurricane’ 
Rufus Wainwright – Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk (reprise) 
LCD Soundsystem – All My Friends 
Oliver Cheatham – Get Down Saturday Night 
Feist – My Moon My Man 
Dee Felice Trio – Nightingale 
Skalpel – 1958 
Pogo – Alice 
Placebo – Nancy Boy 
Jack Conte – Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy 
Metro Area – Miura (Original Mix) 
Max Sedgley – Happy (Make You Happy) 
Gui Boratto – Arquipelago 
The Magnetic Fields – Three-Way 
Placebo – Pure Morning 
Led Zeppelin – Stairway to Heaven 

Yes, there’s a lot of California-themed tracks there, of course. The only tracks we didn’t get to listen to on the playlist was:
Hot Chip – Over & Over
Belle & Sebastian – The Boy With The Arab Strap

But that’s no big deal, end up listening to them the whole time at home anyways. Placebo was surprisingly good to drive to, especially with somewhat of a lack of sleep hanging over me. And Daft Punk Is Playing At My House, always a good driving track.



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