Monday, April 03, 2006

Music thoughts?

It's Spring and I need new music. Plus I'm trying to bribe myself to finish a knitting project.
I'm trying to choose between:
Arctic Monkeys
New Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs
Rabbit Fur Coat

or any other suggestions y'all might have out there.
Recently have had new Cat Power, Beth Orton & Betty Lavette on heavy rotation.

Also need suggestions on good audio book mysteries, prefer those dulcet British tones, but a goodie is a goodie, either side of the Atlantic. Perhaps Alan Rickman could call me up and read to me while I knit?

New fabrics over to Reprodepot. Don't say I didn't warn you.


Blogger wunderland said...


I suggest our music-blog: :))

Tomorrow it's going to be Franz Ferdinand and the next two weeks are that kind.



1:48 PM  
Blogger Darci said...

I love new fabrics at Reprodepot. I use them for my desktop. Very Fun.

2:04 PM  
Anonymous katie said...

louis xiv (that would be the band..not the king of france)
& greg dulli

6:09 PM  
Anonymous crumpet said...

I can't say enough good things about the band Hem. We've had their first album, Rabbit Songs, for years, and just got their latest album yesterday. It's glorious and divine and stunning.

6:36 PM  
Blogger tweezer said...

the new jenny lewis is pretty awesome and i think the yyys are great. arctic monkeys are a bit overrated to me but they're not bad. i'd go in that order if you had to choose. :)

9:13 PM  
Blogger lmncarpenter said...

In the area of mysteries, I would definitely check out Janet Evanovich. She is a wonderful author. Her Stephanie Plum series is very addicitive. I have read her books many times and listened to anything that is on tape. I find it very easy to knit to and a lot of her writings have me laughing out loud.

6:07 PM  
Blogger Stacie said...

You may like audio books read by Samuel West (a British actor with a caramel voice and perfect diction, and actually perfectly lovely in person). He has done at least a couple of mysteries that I've found, both by Michael Ridpath(?). I don't know much about mysteries; these I expect are just ok. But the narrator... sigh. Sam has also recorded two of Sebastian Faulk's novels, _Bird Song_ and _Charlotte Gray_. The trouble is that most of his audiobooks are British releases. If interested, let me know...

12:05 AM  

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