Sunday, February 08, 2009

SunPod: Top 12

Since I had furloughed myself during the end-of-year time when everyone lists things from the year, I missed naming the top tracks I'd listened to on iTunes.  So I'll do it now, as a very late FriPod.

1.  "Creep" by Thom Yorke, performed by the Edmund Welles Quartet.  Play count = 38.
2.  "God Only Knows" by Brian Wilson, performed by Petra Haden.  Play count = 38.
3.  "Down to the River to Pray" performed by Alison Kraus on the O Brother Where Art Thou? soundtrack.  Play count = 34.
4.  "Luna" from Ayre by Osvaldo Golijov, performed by Dawn Upshaw.  Play count = 34.
5.  "Hope and Memory" by Howard Shore on the Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King soundtrack.  Play count = 34.
6.  "The End of All Things" by Howard Shore on the Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King soundtrack.  Play count = 33.
7.  "I am a man of constant sorrow" performed by the Soggy Bottom Boys on the O Brother Where Art Thou? soundtrack.  Play count = 33.
8.  "The Grey Havens" by Howard SHore on the LOTR: ROK soundtrack.  Play count = 31.
9.  Saltarello detto del Naldi by Giralamo Fantini, performed by the Parley of Instrument / Stephen Keavy / Crispian Steele-Perkins.  Play count = 31.
10. "O magnum mysterium" by Morten Lauridsen, performed by the Robert Shaw Festival and Chamber Singers.  Play count = 31.
11.  Sonata no. 13 from Sonatas and Interludes by John Cage.  Play count = 31.
12.  "Ich Klag Mein Not, O Herr Mein Gott" a 6, by Paul Kugelmann, performed by the Copenhagen Cornetts & Sackbuts.  Play count = 31.

1 comment:

Robert Gable said...

I'm a big Radiohead fan but the Edmund Welles version of Creep is better than the original.