Sloth in Music

As Part of Soundcheck's series "Seven Sins: The Deadly Medley"

Thursday, March 05, 2009

Jody Rosen, music critic,

1. Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong, "Gone Fishin'" (1951)
2. Arthur Fields, "Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning" (1918)
3. Mills Blue Rhythm Band, “Jes' Natch'ully Lazy (I Was Born That Way)” (1936)
4. Alan Jackson featuring Jimmy Buffett, “It's Five O'clock Somewhere” (2003)
5. The Replacements, “White and Lazy” (1982)
6. Bea Foote, “Weed” (1938)
7. Kanye West featuring Paul Wall and GLC, “Drive Slow” (Chopped & Screwed Remix) (2006)

Cintra Wilson, cultural critic, contributor to and the San Francisco Examiner

1. "Left Alone," the version sung by Abby Lincoln
2. "Apology for an Accident" by American Music Club (on the album entitled "Mercury")
3. "Warszawa" by David Bowie/Eno on the "Low" album
4. "New Dawn Fades" - Joy Division
5. "Something in the Way" - Nirvana
6. "Goodbye Blue Sky" - Pink Floyd
7. "Hurt" - Johnny Cash version


"You Don't Know What Love Is" - Billie Holiday from the "Lady In Satin" album
"Rooster: - Alice in Chains

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