Tuesday, January 9, 2007

Ezra's Favourite Songs of 2006: "Filmmaker's Dozen"

("Rock n' Roll Over Me", 2001, L.A., Ezra Soiferman)

Here's my list of the best songs of 2006 in case you were curious about what I was feeding my ears on this past year...

Ezra’s “Filmmaker’s Dozen”

(New Classics You May Have Missed In 2006)

(in no particular order)

-"Square One" by Tom Petty www.tompetty.com
-"The Underground" by Kat Goldman www.katgoldman.com
-"Where I Live" by Leeroy Stagger and The Sinking Hearts www.leeroystagger.com/
-"Empty" by Ray Lamontagne www.raylamontagne.com
-"Ash Wednesday" by Elvis Perkins www.elvisperkins.net
-"O Mary Don’t You Weep No More" by Bruce Springsteen www.brucespringsteen.net
-"Janka" by Amadou & Mariam www.amadou-mariam.com
-"Heart Attack Feeling" by Socalled www.myspace.com/socalled
-"The Death Of Johnny Cash" by Emily Carr www.myspace.com/emilycarrmusic
-"Workingman's Blues #2" by Bob Dylan www.bobdylan.com
-"What Does It Mean Now?" by World Party www.worldparty.net
-"On The Radio" by Regina Spektor www.reginaspektor.com
-"Thin Blue Flame" by Josh Ritter www.joshritter.com
-"Don't You Be So Mean (Jellybean)" by Justin Rutledge www.justinrutledge.com

I'm jealous of your ears if they are about to hear any of these wonderful songs for the first time. Some (songs, not ears) might be available on iTunes if you're in any kind of rush whatsoever.


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