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DJ since Apr 9, 2009
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MadJustMad And so I leave you for now with Stan Rogers.
MadJustMad And now, for some reason, this song has popped into my head. Love, 70s-style.

BreadIf - Lyrics

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MadJustMad And now, a number b/c I can't leave you with Zeugma: 10,000 Maniacs. Verdi Cries. For Slouchy.
MadJustMad Z is for Zeugma, a band I don't know but I was desperate for a Z and didn't want Jay-Z. Besides, zeugma is a fav literary device.
MadJustMad Y is for the Yayhoos. Suddenly it's all alt-country all the time.

The Yayhoos "Love Train"

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MadJustMad X is for... well, X--the LA punk band that also had an alt-country persona in The Knitters.

X-Los Angeles

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MadJustMad W is for a gazillion Williams-es. I choose Victoria b/c Crazy Mary is so fine a song.
MadJustMad V is for Suzanne Vega: Many days, "I am a small blue thing."

Small Blue Thing-Suzanne Vega

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MadJustMad U is for Ute Lemper. Ah, German cabaret.
MadJustMad T is for Richard Thompson (and June Tabor and This Mortal Coil and Talking Heads) but I'm on a male singer-songwriter roll:
MadJustMad S is for Martin Sexton with Hallelujah. No, not that Hallelujah.

Martin Sexton-Hallelujah

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MadJustMad R is for vintage R.E.M.


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MadJustMad Q is for Lester Quitzau who used to live in Edmonton when I did:
MadJustMad P is for Prefab Sprout to take you all back.
MadJustMad O is for Oh Susanna. So many great Canadian women singer-songwriters.
MadJustMad N is also for Neville Bros and no icky blip link. Sorry.
MadJustMad M is for Helen Merrill and her voice of silk:

Helen Merrill, I'm A Fool To Want You

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MadJustMad L is for Los Lobos and Los Angeles. Just another band from east LA.
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