Wednesday, September 1, 2010

My Musical ABCs - F!

So who is ready to take on Mr. F and fart out your favo fantastico songz that begin with his letter?! Favorably fill out the effing comment form and fabulously forward your fitting choices...PLEASE!

"Folkin' Around" by Panic! At the Disco

"I'm putting out the lantern. Find your own way back home."

College came + went like a blurrrrr to me. And it wasn't just cuz I drank heavily for a large portion of it. There were a lot of great memoriez and I get occasionally mad nostalgic sometimez [read as: will start to bawl hysterically, unprovoked, @ the mere thought of some mundane detail about those four yearz] when I think about all the fun I had.

And scientistz have proven (no they haven't...I just made this up) that music is the #1 trigger for all memory based ponderingz! Dat's why there is a collection of five bandz that I listened to NON-STOP between the yearz of '04 & '08 that avalanche a mountain of reflective recollectionz when I hear them now: Fall Out Boy, Motion City Soundtrack, Straylight Run, Coheed & Cambria aaaaaannnnnddddd Panic! At the Disco!

They are part of that altrock/post-punk group of bandz that gets labeled as "emo" by st00pid artardz that don't even know what that word referz to. And while their first album A Fever You Can't Sweat Out was chock-full of the clever brattiness and obnoxiously long song titlez that bands in the genre started to become known for, their 2nd album, Pretty. Odd donkeypunched their critix in the taint by reinventing their sound to follow a more classical pop-rock song styling!

I was lent dis album the first time I hung out the chico who would later become mah best friend, Enricoz, and I fell in lurrrve wiff it on the first listen through. But it was "Folkin' Around" that really fish-hooked, gutted and fried my earz into submission. The violin fiddle, the ragtime beat, the lightly narrative lyrix...dis song is a hop, skip & a lightyear away from the music they used to make, and it's short length lets me never get tired of playing in on obsessive repeat!

"(Fork and Knife)" by Brand New
"For a Dreamer, Night's the Only Time of Day" by Forgive Durden
"Funhouse" by P!nk

"Faded" by soulDecision feat. Thrust


callonmevalerie said...

I hate you anytime you make a soulDecision reference.

Yay P!nk!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm going alphabetically:
"F.U.S.S. (Interlude)" - Xtina hahahaha
"Fuck The Pain Away" - Peaches
"Fashion" - Lady GaGa
"The Fear" - Lily Allen
"Feeling Good" - Micheal Buble
"Figure It Out" - Maroon 5
"First" - Lindsay Lohan (WHEN I)
"Funhouse" - P!nk

john said...

I think smell is the sense most closely linked to memory.

Some favorite Fs:

Flower Duet From Lakmé by Malcom MacLaren
Fly Me Away by Goldfrapp
Flyover State by David Brusie
Forever by Walter Meego
Front Row by Alanis Morissette

Delisa said...

"Faint" by Linkin Park
"Faith" by George Michael
"Falling Slowly" by Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova
"Fans" by Kings of Leon
"Fast Car" by Tracy Chapman
"A Favor House Atlantic" by Coheed and Cambria
"Fidelity" and "Folding Chair" by Regina Spektor
"Fire Fire" by MIA
"Firefly" by Breaking Benjamin
"Fix You" by Coldplay
"Flourescent Adolescent" by Arctic Monkeys
"For Good" from Wicked
"For You I Will (Confidence)" by Teddy Geiger
"Foundations" by Kate Nash

and I second "Fuck the Pain Away" by Peaches

Michelle M. said...

"Feel Good Inc." Gorillaz
"Fighter" Christina Aguilera
"F.N.T." Semisonic
"Fast Love" George Michael
"Fade Into You" Mazzy Star
"Fame '90 Remix" David Bowie
"FM" Steely Dan
"Four Seasons In One Day" Crowded House

And I finally heard "F*ck You" by Cee-lo. It made me laugh.

Dave2 said...

Foot of the Mountain - a-ha
Fly on the Windscreen - Depeche Mode
Flamboyant - Pet Shop Boys
Foolish Heart - Johnny Hates Jazz
Forbidden City - Electronic

Sexy Trash said...

Please let me know what clubs you go to that play such great songs... "Empire State of Mind" and "Love the Way You Lie"


Ryan said...

I like Faded like josh, F.N.T. like Michelle, and Flourescent Adolescent like Delisa. I also like:

Failure to Excommunicate by Relient K
The Fallen by Franz Ferdinand
Fame by SR-71
Figure It Out by Plain White T's
Fly By by Blue
Freakish by Save the Day
The Future Freaks Me Out by Motion City Soundtrack
Fuzzy-Headed Morning by Evan and Jaron

Tam said...

Yay F. I even made a list the other day in anticipation of today. :-) That is quite a different Panic at the Disco than I've heard. Remdinded me of a country wedding where I grew up. Not something I really aspire to remember. Sorry.

Fork and Knife - thumbs up
For a Dreamer - double thumbs up
Of course Pink is a thumbs up - that's on my ipod.

Friday Night by The Click Five
Falling in Love by McFly
For the Nights I Can't Remember by Hedley
Fairytaleby Norwegian Alexander Rybak which I found by accident when searching for an ASL video example and it was done by Cupcake's future husband Stephen.
Funk You by Right Said Fred (yes, they have more than the sexy shirtless song LOL)

Now I get to start planning for G. Perhaps I need a life?

anne marie in philly said...

funky cold medina - tone loc
fortunate son - credence clearwater revival
for no one - the beatles
funkytown - lipps inc
feels like tonight - daughtry
friends in low places - garth brooks
forever your girl - paula abdul
foxy lady - jimi hendrix
feel like I'm fixin' to die rag - country joe and the fish
feelings - morris alpert
follow you follow me - genesis
friend of the devil - grateful dead
forget me nots - patrice rushen
funny girl - barbra streisand
finally - cece penniston
feel like making love - bad company
footloose - kenny loggins
for your precious love - jerry butler
far away eyes - rolling stones
fifty ways to leave your lover - paul simon
fool on the hill - the beatles
fool #1 - brenda lee
fun fun fun - beach boys
funky broadway - wilson pickett

now I am curious to see what josherz mom posts...(waves to mom)

I have a life and a head full of 50s-00s titles!

that's J-O-S-H said...


John: Walter Meego, ehh? Who turned you onto that gem of a tune?

Delisa: "Fast Car" was MY ANTHEM freshman year of college! Mi amiga Xtina and I would speed it up and blast it and dance around clapping the beat like artarded seals!

Michelle: That Cee-Lo song is gonna be HUGE! Also, what does F.N.T. stand for??! "Fergie's Not Talented"?!

Sexy T.: New Hope, PA! The club there, The Nevermore, always plays good music, aka my friends and I request a playlist and cry till every last song is jammed out!

Ryan: Check it out, I'm rockin' steady [NOT feat. that disappointing No Doubt album]!

TamL: My blog is your life. My blog is your life. My blog is your life. My blog is your life. My blog is your life. My blog is your life.

Anne Marie: I had to help cater a wedding last weekend, and they played "Feels Like Tonight" and I though I've heard it 459,034 timez before, that was the first moment that I actually paid attention to it...and I really like it!

Michelle M. said...

Fascinating New Thing (aka, you!)

Polt said...

Fashion by David Bowie
Flower by Liz Phair (covered by the Pansy Division)
Feel Good inc by The Gorillaz
Funkytown by some disco group(don't remember thier name)
Fast Love by George Micheal.

that's all I can think of off the top of my head. And I probably should have read the other comments to make sure I didn't list any copies. but whatever. :)


callonmevalerie said...

For No One, by the Beatles! That's one of my favorite songs by them, it's so short, but bittersweet - "in her eyes, you see nothing, no sign of love behind the tears".


Anonymous said...

Here I go with my "F" songs. I tried to shorten my list, but I just couldn't do it.
A note to anne marie in philly-
You picked some of my favorites! Big YAY for "Fortunate Son" and "For No One". Now see if you remember some of mine! By the way, you also named my #1 song...

1.Feel Like I'm Fixin' to Die Rag by Country Joe and the Fish - best antiwar song of all!
2.Faithfully by Journey
3.Funeral for a Friend (love lies bleeding) by Elton John
4.Father and Son, and Foreigner Suite, both by Cat Stevens
5. Fountain of Sorrow, and For a Dancer, both by Jackson Browne
6.Fire on High by Electric Light Orchestra
7.Fire and Rain by James Taylor
8.Freedom by Richie Havens
9. Fool on the Hill by the Beatles
10.Feel Like Making Love by Bad Company
11.Feels Like the First Time by Foreigner
12.Follow Me by John Denver
13.Fire by Jimi Hendrix
14.Fallin' by Alicia Keys (who happens to have an amazing voice)
15.Fly me to the Moon by Frank Sinatra

Josh, I like the song you picked!

Love, mom

Michelle M. said...

Josh's mom:

Love "Follow Me" by John Denver (and "Fly Away" also). "Fool on the Hill" is great. And how did I forget "Fire and Rain"? You've got a great list.

Milo said...

Fairytale of New York - The Pogues
Fading Like A Flower - Roxette
Filmstar - Suede
Finding Neverland - Misc
For Your Eyes Only - Sheila Easton (Bond song)
Forever Today - DJ Tiesto

anne marie in philly said...

hi josherz mom! boy, did I EVAH miss a few F songs!

we could apply "feel like I'm fixin to die rag" to today...the more things change...

rock on with your bad self!

PS - word is "feirting", which I misread as "farting", which fits into this posting so well!

Anonymous said...

"Hi" to anne marie in philly...
So right, "Sunshine of your Love" is great on guitar hero with that guitar solo in it!
Go to You Tube and type in "Feel Like I'm Fixin' to Die Rag" and you'll see an updated version of it pertaining to tne war in Iraq.

Peace, Josh"s mom

To Michelle M.-
How could I have forgotten F.M. by Steely Dan, I love that song. We saw Steely Dan in concert about 10 years ago, they were still going strong!
Josh,s momapottest

Anonymous said...

Josh...what the Hell is momapottest!!! I didn't type that in. I swear, I think my computer is possessed or something, it adds its own letters and words sometimes! Very strange.
Love, mom

Eric said...

Forever & Always (piano) - Taylor Swift
Fifteen - Taylor Swift
Fearless - Taylor Swift
First Day of My Life - Bright Eyes
Fall to Pieces - Avril
Fall Away - The Fray
Fighter - Christina
Fast Car - Tracy Chapman

john said...

Josh: I know the story, but I found this one on my own.

hoteltuesday said...

I agree with "Folkin' Around" and "(Fork & Knife)."

"Figure It Out" - The Early November
"Fast Car" - Tracy Chapman
"Foolish Games" - Jewel

"Fidelity" - Regina Spektor
"From Here To LA" - The Early November
"Fragile (Free)" - Maria Mena
"Fearless" - Colbie Caillat
"Fifteen" - Taylor Swift
"Flat Top" - Goo Goo Dolls
"F.U.S.S." - Xtina
"Feelings Show" - Colbie Caillat
"Falling Slowly" - The Frames
"Folding Chair" - Regina Spektor
"For Reasons Unknown" - The Killers
"For The Record" - MC
"Follow Your Dreamz" - Tina Chen

Melody, Destroyer of Dreams said...

Better late than never!!!

F—K Tha Police-N.W.A.
Fake Plastic Trees-Radiohead
Fame-David Bowie
Fast as You Can-Fiona Apple
Fat Bottomed Girls-Queen
Favorite Things-Incubus
Fell on Black Days-Soundgarden
Femme Fatale-Velvet Underground
Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover-Paul Simon
Fire on High-ELO
Five Years-David Bowie
Fixing a Hole-The Beatles
FM-Steely Dan
For No One-The Beatles
Forty Six and 2-Tool

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