mix tape monday

This week is (possibly) a double-disc edition. Instructions: Sort your music library by song title. Take the first song starting with each letter of the alphabet, 26 songs in all. Post it here. Should be interesting!

1. Vampire Weekend, “A-Punk”
2. Over the Rhine, “B.P.D.”
3. Fol Chen, “Cable TV”
4. U2, “Daddy’s Gonna Pay For Your Crashed Car”
5. Iron & WIne, “Each Coming Night”
6. Chris Rice, “The Face of Christ”
7. Foy Vance, “Gabriel and the Vagabond”
8. Veggie Tales, “The Hairbrush Song”
9. David Shook, “I”
10. Over the Rhine, “Jacksie”
11. Ben Folds Five, “Kalamazoo”
12. Brooklyn Rider, “La Muerte Chiquita”
13. Vampire Weekend, “M79”
14. Chris Rice, “Naive”
15. Mandy Ihrig, “O Come All Ye Faithful”
16. Bajofondo Tango Club, “Pa’Bailar”
17. Beck, “Que Ondo Guero?”
18. Andy Osenga, “The Race Is On”
19. Spanish Harlem Orchestra, “Sacala Bailar”
20. Derek Webb, “T-Shirts (What We Should Be Known For)”
21. U2, “Ultraviolet (Light My Way)”
22. Derek Webb & Sandra McCracken, “Valentine”
23. Patty Griffin, “Wade In the Water”
24. Coldplay, “X&Y”
25. U2, “Yahweh”
26. Ben Folds, “Zak and Sara”

(run time: 1:46:31)


2 thoughts on “mix tape monday

  1. 1. Vampire Weekend, “A-Punk”
    2. The Who, “Baba O’Riley”
    3. Interpol, “C’mere”
    4. Led Zeppelin, “D’Yer Maker”
    5. Ra Ra Riot, “Each Year”
    6. Semisonic, “F.N.T.”
    7. Dalton, “Gabriel”
    8. Sigur Rôs, “Hafsol”
    9. The Waiting, “I Am”
    10. Sufjan Stevens, “Jacksonville”
    11. Relient K, “K Car”
    12. Santogold, “L.E.S. Artistes”
    13. Doves, “M62 Song”
    14. Doves, “N.Y.”
    15. Sufjan Stevens, “O Come, O Come Emmanuel”
    16. The Working Title, “p.s.”
    17. Carla Bruni, “Quelqu’un M’a Dit”
    18. The Cinematics, “Race to the City”
    19. Caedmon’s Call, “Sacred”
    20. Caedmon’s Call, “Table for Two”
    21. Five Times August, “U Turn”
    22. Wolfmother, “Vagabond”
    23. Yeasayer, “Wait For the Summer”
    24. DJ Dado, “X-Files Theme (Dado Paranormal Activity Mix)”
    25. Choir of Young Believers, “Yamagata”
    26. Derek Webb, “Zeroes & Ones”

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