Music

Noise From the Front

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Actor/director Sylvestor Stallone opined: “The only happy artist is a dead artist, because only then you can’t change. After I die,” he said, “I’ll probably come back as a paintbrush.” Well, yes… while waiting for that happy event, consider these songs by:

TK Webb

“The Spade,” from Phantom Parade (The Social Registry, 2006)

[Music listing for Wednesday, January 31]

Army of Anyone

“This Wasn’t Supposed to Happen,” from Army of Anyone (Firm Music, 2006)

[Music listing for Thursday, February 1]

? & the Mysterians

“Smokes,” from Cameo Parkway (ABKCO, 2005)

[Music listing for Saturday, February 3]

Vashti Bunyan

“Lately,” from Lookaftering (Dicristina Staor Builders, 2005)

[Music listing for Friday, February 2]

Jonathan Richman

“Everyday Clothes,” from Action-Packed (Rounder, 2002)

[Music listing for Thursday, February 1]

Buckwheat Zydeco

“Madame Pitre,” from Classics (Rounder, 2003)

[Music listing for Friday, February 2]

Ennio Morricone

“The Vice of Killing,” from The Legendary Italian Westerns (BMG, 1965)

[Music listing for Saturday, February 5]

The Holmes Brothers

“I’ve Just Seen the Rock of Ages,” from State of Grace (Alligator, 2007)

[CD review]

Incubus

“Diamonds and Coal,” from Light Grenades (Sony BMG, 2006)

[Music listing for Wednesday, January 31]

Municipal Waste

“Nailed Casket,” from Hazardous Mutation (Earache, 2005)

[Music listing for Monday, February 5]