Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Tune in Tuesday (17)

Tune in Tuesday is hosted by Ginger at Greads!


I have no idea why I am currently obsessed with this song. It's called Fall At Your Feet by Bear & Boy. It's not the typical song I would go for, so I don't get it.


Also, The Dead Weather have been making their way around my iPod:


While working yesterday my headphones became dislodged from my iPod (this has happened before). Thankfully when this happens my iPod keeps playing the music out loud instead of turning off. So a few people in my office got to hear what I was listening to. Clearly, it was an embarrassing song (how could it not be). So here is the ONE Britney Spears song on my iPod, Toxic:


12 comments:

  1. lol I had an embarassing Tune in Tuesday last week. I decided to be honest and post the 80's disco that popped up.
    Bear & Boy sound a little like Mumford and Sons. I really like Fall at Your Feet.

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    1. That's exactly who they sound like. I like Mumford & Sons, but not as much as I like this single song by Bear & Boy.

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  2. I've never hear of Boy & Bear but I think I am going to have to go look some more of their songs. I LOVE The Dead Weather!

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    1. Glad I could introduce you to them! The Dead Weather are amazing!

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  3. I really like that Boy & Bear song. I've actually been listening to a lot of Mumford & Sons lately. In fact yesterday I ran to The Cave on repeat. The rhythm was quite motivating, or maybe it was all that talk of meat.

    Everyone needs a good sampling of embarrassing songs in their music collection. I've actually never heard of The Dead Weather, maybe that's worse. I'll have to find more of their music, though I'm not sure they're my thing.

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    1. I only have two songs by The Dead Weather on my iPod. They remind me The Black Keys a little bit.

      I didn't make the Mumford & Sons connection until someone said it earlier. Now I'm going to keep getting them confused.

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  4. Okay, see, when you said you had time for nothing, I didn't even check the Reader at all yesterday. Fool that I was because this is pure gold. I shall make a list, as is my way:

    1. I am unfamiliar with Boy & Bear, but anything with a mandolin and/or banjo is TOPS with me. A good quarter of my iPod contains the like. My heart swells and nearly bursts, I dance, and sing until I have no voice...but not this band because I don't know them. So now I have a new research topic. If this isn't the typical song you'd go for, you perhaps need to be schooled in banjo perfection. And not necessarily with M&S. Do NOT respond with a smartass comment about not liking this kind of music. Just leave #1 blank.

    2. Aah, The Dead Weather. You know, if it is associated with Jack White, I will love it. That is all. My favorite is The Raconteurs for obvious reasons, being it is his best side project. Jack White is in my imaginary superband. Obviously.

    3. YAY for this. This is fun. See, you've had such talents as LIGHTS, One Direction, and now the fabulous Britney Spears on these Tuesday posts. But you agree fully that Weezer needs to take a break? Since I've known you there are about a bajillion times I wish facial expressions could translate thru a computer screen. This is yet another one of those times. I don't mind any of these singers at all, but PLEASE talk your way out of this one.

    What a gem. I needed this today.

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    1. Tune in Tuesday takes me, like, five minutes!

      1. I agree. Mandolins are amazing. I might have to get more banjo/mandolin recommendations from you if that's the case.

      2. The Dead Weather is Jack White? Never heard of The Raconteurs before...

      3. I used to be a huge Weezer fan. Now all their songs are starting to sound the same to me. I don't think it's just me either. I will, however, post my favorite Weezer song next week.

      You're welcome.

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  5. Ditto on all the Mumford & Sons -- the banjo is making a comeback. And I have to admit a soft spot for a Crowded House cover, and for Crowded House in general.
    Also this: http://youtu.be/1nJPgrjBwnI

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    1. Debra, you are wrong. The banjo was never gone!

      Oh wow. That's hilarious. Idk if it's suppose to be or not, but it is.

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