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My Fave Tracks, Friday, July 8th, 2011

1. Manhattan (I'm Done) – Old 97's – Their best song in a couple of years was once called "Grand Grapids" and chanced for the same reasons Karen Anne won't change "New York City" to "Detriot City". A sleight of hand break up song with ringing guitars tKen compared to Belle And Sebastian. I am one for one on the newbie which is better than Part One, which I actively disliked from one side to another.

 2. Ghetto Dreams (feat Nas) – Common – Common lost me on his 5th album and this one gets me back. Both Nas and Common are on fire with a great sample which seens to have an inbuilt rhythm and, wow, is that scratching I hear before me? Nas's flow here is amazing: that first verse seems to bend on every syllable.

3. Waka Baka Shake – Fidlar – The entire EP is catchy stuff, but this song is the exemplifier. Loud fast rules with a stomping back bet and a melody you can hum.

4. Tonight Tonight – Hot Chelle Rae -Another exemplier of the postive nature of Yankee youth, not "nevermind" but "whatever".

5. Yikes! – London Elektricity – Hospital Records owners offer a moody swath of synths that electrifies into windmills of drums.

6. The Little Things – Colbie Caillat – Is she a Jason Mraz for guys? There is an easy going, lazin' in a hammock tude about the girl and when she gets the song write, this is one five years old and not bad, she is a pleasure.

7. Who Says – Selena Gomez – Selena as one girl support system.

8. Let Love grow – Dolly Parton

9. Romance – Wild Flag – The more I listen to it, the more I hear the guitar.

10. You Made Me Love You – Judy Garland – From "The Broadway Melody of 1937" -metawise, Judy loves him for being natural like while she is beyond naturalness and into the realm of Hollywood superstar. See for yourself.  

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