Lazy-i Best of 2008 Compilation
This year marks the 10-year anniversary of Lazy-i.com. Teresa gave me a copy of Microsoft FrontPage on my birthday back in '98, which I used to build the site's first pages based on a design by the same genius that created this CD's design -- Donovan Beery of eleven19.com. The site hasn't changed much (maybe it's time for a facelift? Donovan?). Neither has the purpose behind the annual comp CD -- to recap the best stuff I had a chance to hear throughout the past year as part of my work with Lazy-i and The Reader. It's nice to know that in a world in the midst of complete and utter change, some things stay the same.
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Here's a track list:
Silver Jews -- "San Francisco B.C. "
from Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (Drag City)
David Byrne & Brian Eno -- "Strange Overtones " from Everything That Happens Will Happen Today (Todomundo)
Conor Oberst -- "Cape Canaveral " from Conor Oberst
The Faint -- "The Geeks Were Right" from Fasciinatiion (blank.wav)
Filter Kings -- "Hundred Proof Man " from Finer Thinges
Brad Hoshaw -- "Powdernose" from Live at Mick's Music & Bar (self-release)
Son Ambulance -- "Juliet's Son" from Someone Else's Deja Vu (Saddle Creek)
UUVVWWZ -- "Berry Can" from UUVVWWZ
(It Are Good)
Deerhunter -- "Nothing Ever Happened" from Microcastle (Kranky)
Vampire Weekend -- "Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa" from Vampire Weekend (XL)
M83 -- "Graveyard Girl" from Saturdays = Youth
McCarthy Trenching -- "To An Aesthete Dying Young" from Calamity Drenching (Team Love)
Neva Dinova -- "Tryptophan" from You May Already Be Dreaming (Saddle Creek)
Tilly and the Wall -- "Beat Control" s/t single (Team Love)
Titus Andronicus -- "Titus Andronicus" from Airing of Grievances (Troubleman Unlimited)
Tokyo Police Club -- "Your English Is Good" from Elephant Shell
Does It Offend You, Yeah? -- "Let's Make Out" from You Have No Idea What You're Getting Yourself Into
The Whipkey Three -- "Separation" from The Whipkey Three
Jenny Lewis -- "Sing A Song for Them" from Acid Tongue (Warner Bros.)
-- "The Abominable Abdominal Snowman" from Old Gold, Ancient Jamz (Slumber Party)
Posted Dec. 30, 2008. Copyright 2008 Tim McMahan.
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