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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Labouring through the Week - Songs for "The Grind"

I am in the midst of one of the busiest periods of my year right now at work. Without going into major detail: I am having to file some reports entailing a great deal of data management while juggling my regular day-to-day responsibilites. I have been bringing work home and doing it at night. The worst thing is that somehow I managed to overwrite a file yesterday and lost hours of work. It has forced me to miss Frank Black (playing at the Avalon in Boston) tonight. I have been suffering through an on-again, off-again headache but I still got a real kick out of assembling this list of songs for you... I love themed blog posts. (And who doesn't, really?)

MP3s for the GRIND.
Work-related Songs for your Week:


Work Me - The Black Keys

Chain Gang - Sam Cooke

Dynamite Mine - Murder by Death

Union Sundown - Bob Dylan

Work, Work, Work (then Pub, Club, Sleep) - The Rakes

I'm so Tired - The Beatles

Over and Over Again (Lost and Found) - Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

Workin' Man Blues Merle Haggard cover - The Revival Preachers

This Devil's Workday - Modest Mouse

The Monitor - Bishop Allen

Lonesome Whistle Train - The Reverend Horton Heat


BONUS TRACK

Prison Letters (Oh, Charles) - Ryan Adams

An amazing live performance from Konserthuset, Sweden ~ Nov. 18, 2002


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Good stuff!