Sunday, January 15, 2006

Cahier/Cuaderno.


I am ready to come home to Brooklyn, attend various birthday soirees, do some karaoke at Muse, play with my cat, take walks in the snow, drink hot coconut bubble tea, go to Crif Dog and get RC Cola & tater tots, roast a chicken then make homemade chicken soup with the bones, paint my apartment, learn to knit again, write a whole new show, bake a bunch of cupcakes and yes, most importantly, I am ready to LET'S BEER WITH MUSIC!




Gravel Pit- Wu Tang
Waterfall- Wendy & Lisa
I Rock The Party That Rocks The Body- MC Lyte
Shake Your Thang- Salt N Pepa
Lowdown- Boz Scaggs
Power Lunch- Har Mar Superstar
Sir Duke- Stevie Wonder
Brooklyn Queens- 3rd Bass
But You Don't Hear Me Though- Rodney O. & Joe Cooley
Skew It on the Bar-B-Que- OutKast
You Should Be Mine (The Woo-Woo Song)- Jeffrey Osbourne
Luchini (This Is It)- Camp Lo
I.G.Y. (International Geophysical Year) -Donald Fagen
Outstanding- The Gap Band
Lovely Day- Bill Withers
Playa's Holiday- Rappin' 4-Tay & Too $hort
He's So Shy- The Pointer Sisters
He Wasn't Man Enough For Me- Toni Braxton
Chanson Papillion- Chaka Khan
Right Kind of Love- Jeremy Jordan
Award Tour- Tribe Called Quest
You Got Me- The Roots ft. Jill Scott
A Long Walk- Jill Scott
Wait- Huffamoose
In The Meantime- Spacehog
Hello Stranger (Seems Like A Mighty Long Time)-Barbara Lewis
Strange Magic- ELO
Make This A Night To Remember- Shalimar
Chain Reaction- Diana Ross


I STRONGLY recommend you listen to AT LEAST one of these songs on a daily basis. LOUD.

2 comments:

Planet B said...

Skew it on the Bar-B? That is like one of my least favorite Outkast songs ever.

And I prefer One of These Days by Wu-Tang, but Gravel Pit's another one that'll make you get your ass out of your seat.

Welcome back soon.

Brandy For Sale. said...

C'mon!!! DeSmet! Old school players to new school fools, cats keep it jumpin' like kangaroos?!? AMAZING. This used to get played at all the secret UCB late night parties and it was grand, simply grand. I believe you may have been at one or two, no?

Thanks! I miss Brooklyn somthing awful.