March 23, 2010

My Top  Albums

6 comments:

Lucky said...

let's see what i can spot in this tiny pic:

top row: the residents' commercial album, tom waits' black rider and iva bittová + pavel fajt's self-titled debut.

2nd row: fred frith's step across the border, naked city's grand guignol and don byron's a fine line.

3rd row: ???, marie boine's leahkastin and don byron's you are #6.

4th row: the beach boys' smiley smile, naked city's radio and ???.

5th row: joyce's the essential joyce, iva bittová's čikori, ???.

so - how many points for that scrabble up?!? ;)

cheers

Spring Day said...

Perfect! Congratulations. 98 points! The missings ones:
Left of "Leahkastin" is "Adio querida" by Czech folksters "Gothart", right of "Radio" is Radůza's "... při mně stůj" - you're not expected to recognize the covers of Czech folk musicians, right? The one beside Čikori is no album cover, but something this pic generator has automatically inserted to tell me I should "scrobble up". Scrobbling means to transfer the information of the music I'm listening to to my last.fm account. That's something that you would feel unacceptable, because you - understandably - rather keep your data protected and retreat from Facebook, for instance. I'm totally mad about this web 2.0 stuff... So, I'm scrobbling and then automatically generat such little album cover pictures based on the music I like to listen to...

Lucky said...

web 1.0 is already too much for me, so how can i dig 2.0 (or even know it's meaning). it's calm in luckyland, and i like that (from time to time). aloita.

Lucky said...

ooh, Švejk is gone - how sad! i was getting so used to him. and instead a blueprint for some dance steps is coming in - did the dance relay have some lasting side-effects on you, after all?

just talking nonsense, as usual. please don't mind - it's my way of saying "hey".

luckx

Lucky said...

well, it's a piece by andy, i just found out...

Spring Day said...

Švejk is still there, no worries. The Andy has always been there for a long time. They are two different sides of the same person, nowadays we would call this two different google accounts ;-)
In my family we're discussing Švejk a lot these days. The result can be seen here.