My Latest iTunes Purchase: Attic Jam

On the recommendation of my indie-bent pal Doc Hoobs, I legally downloaded the 19-track, Pete Townshend-infused Attic Jam off of iTunes.

The playlist features songs recorded from Rachel Fuller’s online music chat program, In The Attic. And after just one listen, I’m starting to agree with Hoobs’ viewpoint that by listening to many of the bands on today’s rock scene, it turns out that The Who may just be the most influential classic rock band of them all. posted an exclusive video of The Fratellis playing the impossibly catchy Got Ma Nuts from a Hippy with Pete Townshend on Fuller’s show, and I defy you to watch it and not be interested in either the band or this compilation.

Tracklisting for Attic Jam, available on iTunes:

1. The Kooks – “Ooh La”
2. Ed Harcourt – “Last Cigarette”
3. Martha Wainwright – “These Flowers”
4. Editors – “All Sparks”
5. Rachel Fuller – “Blue”
6. The Raconteurs (feat. Pete Townshend) – “The Seeker”
7. Death Cab For Cutie (feat. Pete Townshend) – “Photobooth”
8. Pete Townshend – “Acid Queen”
9. The Fratellis (feat. Pete Townshend) – “Got Ma Nuts from a Hippy” DOWNLOAD MP3
10. The Magic Numbers – “Long Legs”
11. Regina Spektor – “Musicbox”
12. The Zutons (feat. Pete Townshend) – “Mary Anne with the Shaky Hands”
13. Simon Townshend – “Soul Searching”
14. The Flaming Lips (feat. Pete Townshend) – “Baba O’Reilly”
15. Rose Hill Drive – “Brain Novocaine”
16. Razorlight – “What’s it All About”
17. Mikey Cuthbert – “Misery”
18. Foy Vance – “Homebird” Bonus Track:
19. Pete Townshend – “A Quick One While He’s Away”

Just a recommendation for youse…take it for what it’s worth.

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