Ok. You've waited patiently enough. This is what I've been rocking this week on the cornjob Ipod:
Beastie Boys Check Your Head
CIV Set Your Goals
Dolly Parton Little Sparrow
The Folk Implosion Dare to be Surprised
The Good Life Album of the Year
Hayden Elk-Lake Serenade
Hayden Skyscraper National Park
Neutral Milk Hotel On Avery Island
Pavement Slanted and Enchanted
Richard Buckner Since
Say Hi to Your Mom Numbers and Numbers
Superchunk Incidental Music 1991-1995
Texas is the Reason Do You Know Who You Are
White Stripes De Stijl
Woody Guthrie Hard Travelin'
And I found the ultimate and perfect and best album for working in the cornfields. This only took about one month to discover: Woody Guthrie's Hard Travelin'. It is so monumentally blue-collar/pro-union/working man/pro-ag-worker/down with Whitey/pro-America/pro-liberty. Thinning corn stalks, etc, with that in my ears makes for a very complete and authentically American experience.
While I'm at it, here's what we're rocking on Netflix:
At Home: (we just finished up a 6 month viewing of all 5 seasons of Six Feet Under)
The Yes Men
In the Queue:
Coffee and Cigarettes
Mr. Show Season 1 and 2
The Boys of Baraka
Um, what else? Fantasy Baseball: 12th (out of 19) and falling fast.
Um, I'll be at Clean Part on Saturday and a party with the neighbors on Sunday. I can't wait to finally meet you at Clean Part. I'll post some pics of those festivities--then I've lined up a few old pics for you from one of my 1990's nostalgia photo boxes. So, that is what is ahead...for you...at the arc.