Thursday, January 12, 2006

Get Yourself into some Self-Control

Since my best friend Jim has already posted The Woods, I'll be lazy and just direct you there. Witness my lazyness. However, I will give you this offering from the ladies too.

Sleater-Kinney - One Beat
Track List:
1. One Beat
2. Faraway
3. Oh!
4. The Remainder
5. Light-Rail Coyote
6. Step Aside
7. Combat Rock
8. O2
9. Funeral Song
10. Prisstina
11. Hollywood Ending
12. Sympathy

Hanging by a thread...

Seems Jim does everything I do like a month before. I'm not plagiarizing, I swear.

Jessi's Final Thought: Are you people all still there? At least you answered my first question.

Monday, January 09, 2006

I Keep the Ends out for the Tie that Binds...

Sorry about the delay, I'm still trying to get back on track.
Now because of my undying love for Johnny Cash and I'm seeing this movie in a few days, here is the soundtrack to his biopic. Thanks many times to whomever sent this to me, but you can't get props if I don't get your name.
Joaquin (coolest name ever, by the way) Pheonix does a pretty decent Cash impression, though nothing like the real thing. Same with Reese Witherspoon's June. Very enjoyable.
Walk the Line Soundtrack
Track List:
1. Joaquin Pheonix - Get Rhythm
2. Joaquin Pheonix - I Walk the Line
3. Reese Witherspoon - Wildwood Flower
4. Waylon Payne - Lewis Boogie Blues
5. Joaquin Pheonix - Ring of Fire
6. Johnathan Rice - You're My Baby
7. Joaquin Pheonix - Cry Cry Cry
8. Joaquin Pheonix - Folsom Prison Blues
9. Tyler Hilton - That's Alright
10. Reese Witherspoon - Jukebox Blues
11. Joaquin Pheonix & Reese Witherspoon - It Ain't Me Babe
12. Joaquin Pheonix - Home of the Blues
13. Tyler Hilton - Milkcow Blues Boogie
14. Shooter Jennings - I'm a Long Way From Home
15. Joaquin Pheonix - Cocaine Blues
16. Joaquin Pheonix & Reese Witherspoon - Jackson

He shot a man in Reno, just to watch him die

I guess since Kristi's on a temporary leave of absense, I can take her requests. I know I'm not near a worthy substitute, but I'll do my best. I'll post Sleater-Kinney when I get a few minutes.

And in the spirit of the biopic, I post Klosterman question the second:

For whatever the reason, two unauthorized movies are made about your life. The first is an independently released documentary, primarily comprised of interviews with people who know you and bootleg footage from your actual life. Critics are describing the documentary as "brutally honest and relentlessly fair." Meanwhile, Columbia Tri-Star has produced a big-budget biopic of your life, casting major Hollywood stars as you and all your acquaintances; though the movie is based on actual events, screenwriters have taken some liberties with the facts. Critics are split on the artistic merits of this fictionalized account, but audiences love it.
Which film would you be most interested in seeing?

Keep things coming to