Conjuring Autumn

In an attempt to make Fall get here faster, I just created a playlist from my music collection that’s full music that is evocative of Autumn to me. I kept out most of my classical stuff because I wanted to keep the songs fairly short. Just my mood at the moment, I suppose.

I love the fact that Eminem shows up between Elton John and Enya.

Chance by Craig Armstrong
Linger by The Cranberries
Edie (Ciao Baby) [Edit] by The Cult
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 by David Hirschfelder
fire it up by David Roth
I am Streteched on Your Grave by Dead Can Dance
Black Water by The Doobie Brothers
Grey Seal (Version 1970) by Elton John
Tiny Dancer by Elton John
Lose Yourself by Eminem
orinoco flow by Enya
anywhere is by Enya
ebudae by Enya
storms in africa by Enya
paint the sky with stars by Enya
Learn to Fly by Foo Fighters
Gamen (Vulture) by Garmarna
Voodoo by Godsmack
Not Even The Trees by Hootie & The Blowfish
Into the West by Howard Shore & Annie Lennox
Rocks On The Road by Jethro Tull
Question by The Kleptones
The Maples Lament by Lewis
Liberation by Martyn Bennett
Teardrop by Massive Attack
Angel by Massive Attack
The City Sleeps by MC 900 Ft. Jesus
You Suck by The Murmurs
Gotta Get Over Greta by The Nields
Cello Song by Nick Drake
Take Me Home by Phil Collins
Standing Outside by Primative Radio Gods
Haunted by The Pogues
The Broad Majestic Shannon by The Pogues
North Country by Rankin Family
Stay by Shakespeare’s Sister
Fire on Babylon by Sinead O’Connor
Kiss Me by Sixpence None The Richer
The Wind That Shakes The Barley by Solas
Darkness, Darkness by Solas
Black Hole Sun by Soundgarden
Asia at odd hours by Splashdown
Life By the Drop by Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
Russians by Sting
Left of Center by Suzanne Vega & Joe Jackson
The Bazaar by The Tea Party
Fiddlers Green by The Tragically Hip
I Burn For You by Sting
Soluble Worlds by On
Japan by Vertical Horizon
River Of Orchids by XTC
Harvest Festival by XTC
Mr. Blue by Yaz
Winter Kills by Yaz
Cry little sister by Gerard McMann (thanks, Daphne!)

No Responses to “Conjuring Autumn”

  1. Matt Says:

    great to see MC 900 in the list…haven’t heard him in years..

    “thank you thank yo thank you MC 9-0-0”

  2. amanda Says:

    personally i prefer the Yeastie Grrls song titled “You Suck” any relation to the one by the murmurs?

  3. Jeanie Says:

    Hi there. I came across your blog by doing a google search for the “Kid n Ewe” fiber festival in Boerne Texas. You blogged about it last year. Anyway… I’m a knitter too and am thinking about going to the festival, but it sounds like it’s definitely geared more towards the spinners… is this what you found? Would you go again? Is it big? Any info you feel like sharing about it (other than what I already read in your blog) is greatly appreciated. Oh, and very nice knitting too btw 😉

  4. spoonix Says:

    And after hitting submit, my eyes finally register “Asia at Odd Hours”, thus putting me in the awkward and altogether unusual position of having to admit to an error, which I will simply avoid by redirecting blame back to you for not typing it correctly in the first place. Somehow.

  5. spoonix Says:

    Enya and Phil Collins…. at last, the great taste of peanut butter and mustard combined!!! \o/

    It’s a shame that Splashdown didn’t find their way on to the list, though, as they have some decidedly autumnal songs.

  6. Daphne Says:

    That would be Cry Little Sister by one Gerard McMann. One of the staples of my tunes here at work. I LOVE that song.

    However, I do have to agree with Kaetchen on this emotions attended that meeting as well. 😉

  7. Kaetchen Says:

    Minutes from the meeting of my emotions while reading this list [in no given order]: