Friday, August 1, 2008

Episode #12: I guess the wolf must be from New York City

Painting by Amelie Mancini

Episode #12 has a theme. Let's see if you can figure it out.

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Down & Out In New York City - James Brown
New York USA - Serge Gainsbourg
Music & Dialogue from Taxi Driver - Bernard Hermann
Lower East Side - David Peel & The Lower East Side
Delancey Street - Dana Dane
Duvid Crockett: King of Delancey Street - Mel Katz
New York City- John Lennon
The Boy From New York City - The Ad Libs
Harlem Shuffle - Bob & Earl
The Man From Harlem - Cab Calloway
Harlem River Drive - Bobbi Humphrey
Spanish Harlem - Slim Smith
South Bronx - Boogie Down Productions
Streets of The Bronx - Larry Chance & The Earls
Downtown Train - Tom Waits
Streets of New York - Kool G Rap
New York - The Templars
The Bowery - Smog
Chelsea Hotel #2 - Leonard Cohen
We Live In Brooklyn Baby - Roy Ayers
Brooklyn Kids - Jemini The Gifted One
Brooklyn Boogie - Louis Prima
The Bush - Special Ed
Coney Island Baby - Lou Reed
59th Street Bridge Song (feeling groovy) - Harper's Bizarre
New York State of Mind - Nas
Down in Dear Old Greenwich Village - June Lazare
Ah! New York - Galt Macdermot & Norman Matlock
New York's My Home - Sammy Davis Jr.
New York City - Gil Scott-Heron
I guess the Lord must be in New York City - Harry Nilsson
Wall Street Shuffle - 10cc
Hard Times In New York Town - R. Zimmerman
Going to New York - Jimmy Reed
The Planet - GangStarr
Subway - The Champs
My Metrocard - Le Tigre
Avenue B - Gogol Bordello
53rd & 3rd - The Ramones
Crosstown - Duke Ellington
Meet The Mets -Ruth Roberts and Bill Katz
Central Park - Nina Simone (W/ us talking over it)
New York I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down - LCD Soundsystem


Elwood said...

One of my favorite themes. thanks. I never realized the Tom Waits song was NYC, I always assumed it was somewhere else.

kool kear said...

he says "brooklyn girls", so we figured...