May 7, 2011

Name that tune

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A good start for a tune is to write about someone you know. The consummate master of the personal narrative lyric must surely be Ray Davies of the Kinks. In the play list is a fine example, "Walter," from the Kinks are the Village Green Preservation Society.
  1. Patti Girl, Teenage Fanclub, Mine Exclusively/Patti Girl, 1993, NME
  2. Augusta, Angelica e Consolacao, Tom Zé, Todos os Olhos, 1973, Continental
  3. Do You Remember Walter, The Kinks, The Kinks are the Village Green Preservation Society, 1968, Pye
  4. Making Plans for Nigel, XTC, Drums and Wires, 1979, Virgin
  5. Hazy Jane II, Nick Drake, Bryter Layter, 1970, Island
  6. Christine's Tune, The Flying Burrito Brothers, The Gilded Palace Of Sin, 1969, A&M
  7. Along Comes Mary, The Association, Along Came..., 1967, Warner
  8. Mary Clark, Black Widow, Black Widow, 1971, CBS
  9. Oliver's Army, Elvis Costello & The Attractions, Armed Forces, 1979, Stiff
  10. John Riley, The Byrds, Fifth Dimension, 1966, Columbia
  11. Ballade De Melody Nelson, Serge Gainsbourg, Histoire De Melody Nelson, 1971, Phillips
  12. Jackie, Scott Walker, Scott 2, 1968, Phillips
  13. Sally Goodin, Kentucky Colonels, Appalachian Swing!, 1964, World Pacific
  14. Jemima Surrender, The Band, The Band, 1969, Capitol
  15. Baby Lee, John Lee Hooker, I'm John Lee Hooker, 1959, Vee-Jay
  16. Jennie Lee, Shuggie Otis, Here Comes Shuggie Otis, 1970, Epic
  17. Rita Lee, Os Mutantes, Mutantes, 1969, Polydor
  18. Caroline no, The Beach Boys, Pet Sounds, 1966, Capitol

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