turkeydinner » 001 Love Songs That Are Good

turkeydinner » 001 Love Songs That Are Good
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Hey all, Moody here welcoming you to the first turkeydinner show on CraneKick.net. Really excited to be a part of this project and hope it lasts and lasts, forever and ever. And ever.

For those of you in the know, I’ve just started this whole music show thing up again over here. Like Glenda said, I was missing all the fun I had blowing off school and doing a DJ show down in San Diego for KSDT. Back then, we didn’t actually broadcast on the air, since we were too close to the border*, but we did have a cable access show and we streamed live over the internet with — get this — RealAudio!

Ah, those were the days. I still have some of those shows on tape. Cassette tape.

But back to the matter at hand. For the inaugural CraneKick-flavored turkeydinner we’re going to talk about love. Yes, love. Ah, love. Oh damn, love? Really?

Yes, really. But not all love songs are sappy. I’ll give you a sample of some of the rougher, dancier and more groovin’ love songs out there. Enjoy!

turkeydinner 001 Tracklist:

  1. “All Mine” – Portishead – Portishead
  2. “To Know You Is To Love You” – Greyboy – Soul Mosaic
  3. “Frontin’” – Jamie Collum – Gilles Peterson’s BBC Sessions Vol. 1
  4. “I Want You” – Moloko – Statues
  5. “Dracula’s Wedding” – Andre 3000 featuring Kelis – The Love Below
  6. “I Want You Love” – Kelis – Kaleidoscope
  7. “My Fix” – Lina – The Inner Beauty Movement
  8. “Look What You’re Doin’ To Me (Featuring Phonte)” – Jazzanova – Of All The Things
  9. “B Line” – Lamb – Fear of Fours
  10. “I Want Love” – Elton John – Songs From The West Coast

Once again, the two flavors:

  • The first is your standard MP3, which is down below, at the end of this post. (If you’re reading this in a feed reader, then obviously this information doesn’t so much apply!) It can be previewed and played right here on this web page, or downloaded for your amusement at the link under the embedded player.
  • The second, which you’ve probably cruised by already if you’ve gotten down to this part of the post thus far, is above in a video box. That video box is an iTunes enhanced M4A file, with thumbnails and links and the whole nine. It too can be downloaded at the link below the box, or you can preview and play the whole thing above. (However, I suppose if you’ve played the file in the box already up there, then you’ve already figured that part out.)

The photo above is awesome. Also, it’s a promo photo I found of Moloko. They broke up so they can’t stop us.

* In the U.S. of A., non-commercial radio is designated to the bands lower than 92.1 FM. In the U.S. of Mexico, the non-commercial bands are above 92.1 FM. But since radio waves don’t care about international borders, evil American radio companies (slingers of one-hit wonders and massive advertising) go down Mexico way and buy up all the low bands, effectively creating a blanket of commerical only radio over the whole San Diego area. Sad, really.

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Moody has had many names, many locations, but it’s always been about the music. Way back when he “DJ’d” using a duel cassette deck to when he actually had a real radio show to now, the digital era, Moody plays what he feels and hopes that you’ll follow along, mood-swings and all.