Camper Van Beethoven, "Turquoise Jewelry"
You know, up until listening to this now, after listening to some Firewater earlier today, I'd never really made the connection between the bands. But I think there's some similarity between them, especially with the last couple Firewater albums.
Wilco, "The Jolly Banker"
Back to Alpha Mike Foxtrot for a delightful little tune that basically sounds like an Uncle Tupelo number. That's, of course, a good thing.
Dammit, this is a repeat.
Pegboy, "Still Uneasy"
Last time, we had a cover song from Pegboy. This time, you have a more representative song, a good example of their typical Midwestern melodic punk.
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, "Padre Nuestro"
From the album Rey Azúcar, this is a song from the long-running fusion/latin group. I'm afraid I'm far from an expert, but I enjoy the two albums that I have from them.
Radiohead, "Ful Stop"
Another track from A Moon Shaped Pool, which I had again forgotten existed since the last time that it popped up here. Kind of a fun track here, though.
(NB: A live track, because of course, the studio version isn't available.)
Fifteen, "The End of the Summer"
Oh, for fuck's sake. Another repeat. It's a new first for Five Songs! Today: Seven Songs!
Gob, "I Hear You Calling"
Let's wrap this set up with one more punk song, because why not? A perfectly pleasant song, I guess I'll let shuffle get away with the double repeat today.