Friday, August 12, 2011

Loose ends left loose Friday Random Ten

Work might move me to a new location. Not one far away. Like, same side of the same city. Ah well, I'm idly curious about what happens next.

Possibly movie post tomorrow.

1. The Veldt--Revolutionary Sister
2. Wes Montgomery--Dreamsville
3. Ladytron--I'm Not Scared
4. Alexander Brailowsky--Impromptu in C Sharp Minor (Chopin)
5. Roxy Music--Bitter-Sweet
6. Blossom Dearie--It Might As Well Be Spring
7. John Lee Hooker--Talking Boogie
8. Grizzly Bear--Marla
9. Nancy Wilson--My One and Only Love
10. Yo La Tengo--Nothing to Hide


susan said...

As long as you'll still be able to get there with a minimum of hassle I guess it will be fine.

Nice 10. I like Wes Montgomery even though I haven't listened to him in a while.

Ben said...

Hopefully I will. To make a long story short, I've been in kind of a rut at work. I haven't seriously considered quitting, because that causes problems in the best of times and these aren't the best of times. But I have been looking for a change, and change is coming.

Wes Montgomery's playing is beautiful on that. And this list has a great John Lee Hooker on it as well.

susan said...

I hope it works out with the place you are. I understand boredom at a job and was lucky I worked at the university hospital where I was able to change departments. Now is definitely not a good time to be job hunting there.

A benefit of being old is the memory of having listened to JLH at a live performance.