Saturday, December 31, 2011

Day #21.927

Top 40 Tunes of 2011 (as tabulated by Last.FM)
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The Pebbles - Two songs in the Top 40

1 The Pebbles – Down Town
2 Hank Thompson – Born to Lose
3 Lee Mellor – Nowhere, Manitoba
4 Uta Köbernick РBloss Nicht Dran Ruehren
5 Shirley Nair & The Silver Strings – You're the Boy
6 The Seekers – On the Other Side
7 Jimmy Soul & The Chants – Respectable
8 London Punkharmonic Orchestra – Down In The Tube Station At Midnight
9 Kommando Beat – Love Potion #9 (Liebesmedizin)
10 Phil Harris – The Dark Town Poker Club
11 The New Mastersounds – Narcolepsy
12 Vermin Poets – Baby Booming Bastards
13 Bachman-Turner Overdrive – Let It Ride
14 The Vibrators – Whips & Furs
15 Mother Tuckers Yellow Duck – One Ring Jane
16 Baby Washington – The Time
17 Thundermug – Jane "J" James
18 2raumwohnung – Wir Werden Sehen
19 Terry Snyder & The All Stars – Puttin' on the Ritz
20 Uta Köbernick РLg (Luxusgefuehle)
21 The Guess Who – Let it Ride
22 Merit Hemmingson – Rain Caravan
23 The Jury – Please Forget Her
24 Shirley Nair & The Silver Striings – If You Ever Go
25 Ludella Black – I've Just Seen a Face
26 The Link Quartet – Glass Onion
27 Beach Bellydance Babylon – Machine Gun Shimmy
28 Mark Duboise – Don't Start Smokin' Pot
29 Ken Boothe – Everything I Own
30 Karina – Goldfinger
31 The Flame – Don't Worry, Bill
32 The Satin Bells – Da Di Da Da
33 The Parson Red Heads – Choose
34 Doreen Thobekile – Umfolozi
35 Thirteen – Smacking Down On Funny Farm
36 The Pebbles – Don't You Know
37 Chubby Checker – Let's Twist Again
38 Alma Cogan – Why Do Fools Fall In Love
39 Diplomats of Solid Sound – Chinese Connection
40 Lady Daisey – Promise Sunshine

Walk km 9503-9514 (12,413 to go): Poco Trail

beware of bears sign
approx km 9504 Poco Trail

Movie #1913: It Came From Kuchar (2009, Jennifer M Kroot)

A documentary about a couple of filmmaking brothers whom I had never heard of even though they've been making movies since the 50s! I kinda get the feeling though that these two guys might just be more fun to watch than their films (Guy Maddin is a fan).

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