High Five: Great Music Finds (July 2007)

I listen to a lot of music and often run across some great new artists and bands, so here’s my first installment of “High Five: Great Music Finds”.

These artist and bands are guaranteed to not suck. Trust me. Come on. You know you want to.

Mew – Am I Wry

The Living Things – Bom Bom Bom

Brendan Benson – Cold Hands Warm Heart

30 Seconds To Mars – The Kill

The Feeling – Love It When You Call

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Doug Ausbury is an entrepreneur, coffee achiever, baseball addict, aspiring spousal unit, pop music geek and family man. Most of the time, he needs more cowbell...a lot more cowbell.

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6 comments on “High Five: Great Music Finds (July 2007)
  1. Joanna says:

    30 SECONDS TO MARS TOTALLY RULES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😀

  2. dorsey says:

    Loves me some bom bom bom…

  3. Matt says:

    It’s funny how music can instantly remind you of a time in your life. Maybe we should just listen to a song for 6 months and be forced to put it away for at least 5 years. It seems to gain strength the longer you DON”T hear it.

    I have a special place in my heart for Brendan Benson – Cold Hands Warm Heart. I saw (and heard) it first in the winter of 2005.

    When I used to work in Hollywood, I would eat lunch at the upstairs balcony of The Universal City Walk overlooking the massive Stratocaster in front of the Hard Rock Cafe. There was a huge jumbo-tron next to the Fender that played this song in regular intervals.

    It’s a melancholy song for perfect moment in my life.

  4. Ausbury says:

    Matt, that is SO true. I have lots of songs like that. Many come to mind if I let it wander a bit. For instance, I just heard Prince’s D.M.S.R. for the first time in years and it took me right back to K3N getting ready for flag football. Remember that?

  5. Kristy...alias KC says:

    The Feeling, Brendon, ane the Mew – excellent. But what’s up with the creepy video on Love it when you call? Yikes.

    DMSR – I remember it well. And all those Brethren… good times.

    And now for a complete diversion… My freind Karyn sent this to me for my birthday today. (Yes…that was a plug for happy birthday wishes my way.) Anyway…enjoy this rendition of Oh Happy Day. It’s a little long…but guaranteed to make you smile.

  6. Ausbury says:

    KC, that Oh Happy Day was, well, uh, very weird. Looks like they have lots of time on their hands over there in Japan.

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Doug Ausbury is an entrepreneur, coffee achiever, baseball addict, aspiring spousal unit, pop music geek and family man. Most of the time, he needs more cowbell...a lot more cowbell.

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