Friday, September 11, 2009

TVD's Parting Shots

I lieu of the traditional Friday 10, we've got a Friday 15 ...because I couldn't narrow it down any further. (Anyone think they know how this week's experiment shook out for me?)

We'll see you back here on Monday when TVD gets a bit ...literary.

The Buggles - The Plastic Age (Mp3)
Split Enz - I Got You (Mp3)
Simple Minds - Someone Somewhere In Summertime (12") (Mp3)
Modern English - I Melt With You (Mix) (Mp3)
English Beat - Save It For Later (Mp3)
Tears For Fears - Mad World (Mp3)
The Cars - Moving In Stereo (Mp3)
Yazoo - Nobody's Diary (Mp3)
ABC - Date Stamp (Mp3)
Joe Jackson - It's Different For Girls (Live) (Mp3)
The Plimsouls - A Million Miles Away (Live) (Mp3)
The Payolas - Eyes Of A Stranger (Mp3)
XTC - Generals And Majors (Mp3)
Devo - Secret Agent Man (Mp3)
A Flock Of Seagulls - Modern Love Is Automatic (Mp3)


Jeff said...

Good mix! Lots of old favorites in there.

Alex said...

Great mix! Perfect for the weekend...

m1chael0 said...

Life's the same .... except for my shoes.

Great stuff - thanks!

dickvandyke said...

Oh I say. You're still in great shape Jonno; even for a prolific bloggy veteran.

More power to your elbow. Keep your pecker up and your stylus fluff free.

Anonymous said...

Sorry to be a pain but the Simple Minds 12" must be a CD version because my one has the nice guitar intro by Mr Burchill - but I cannot get it in mp3. Thought this was a vinyl blog?

Jon said...

Hi Anon...we prefer you just say thank you.

It's a 12" mix...

Colonel Joe said...

That dude in the "TVD Wavelength" picture looks like illusionist, Chris's freaking my mind.

Anonymous said...

Jon - Of course thankyou. Listen don't get me wrong its a brillant site but if we are dealing with 12" mixes then the single release of Someone Somewhere in Summertime was remixed from the album version as was the 12" with the really nice guitar part brought added to the start. If you look on the Simple Minds site Dream giver redux you will get a further explantion vis # As the third, and final UK single, from New Gold Dream (81,82,83,84), Someone Somewhere (In Summertime) was issued to promote the UK leg of the tour which started in late November.

# Charlie had started improvising and playing a new intro for the title track during some of the gigs. This was subsequently recorded and prepended to the extended version.

Its a problem even on the Simple Minds 12" rerelease Themes series which has the same version.

Case rests.

Jon said...