Jul 3, 2010

Birthday blues

Burt Jansch's response to turning 30. I just got drunk.

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It's my birthday, and so I'm upset. Here is 50 minutes of songs about the passing of the years. If I make it to 74, I'm technically middle aged. How depressing.
  1. Eighteen is Over The Hill, West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, Volume 3: A Child's Guide to Good and Evil, 1968, Reprise
  2. Reelin' in the Years, Steely Dan, Can't Buy A Thrill, 1973, ABC
  3. Tomorrow's Dreams, Black Sabbath, Vol.4, 1972, Vertigo
  4. Feel So Sad (7" Version), Spiritualized, The Complete Works Volume One, 1991, Fierce
  5. Grow Too Old, Bobby Charles, Bobby Charles , 1972, Bearsville
  6. Star Sign, Teenage Fanclub, Bandwagonesque, 1991, Creation
  7. Easy To Slip, Little Feat, Sailin' Shoes, 1972, Warner
  8. Raining in my Heart, Robert Wyatt, Cuckooland, 2003, Domino
  9. I Am Lonely, Bert Jansch, Birthday Blues, 1969, Transatlantic
  10. Cry, The Birthday Party, Prayers On Fire, 1981, 4AD
  11. Tears Of Rage, Gene Clark, White Light, 1971, A&M
  12. How To Make A Sad Man Glad, Capreez, 7", 1967, Sound
  13. Old man going, The Pretty Things, S.F. Sorrow Is Born, 1968, Columbia
  14. Graveyard, Public Image Ltd, Metal Box, 1979, Virgin
  15. Days, The Kinks, The Kinks are the Village Green Preservation Society, 1968, Pye

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