So the theme was a celebration of places in music. We were encouraged to do a sub theme within the theme and thanks to all who made the efforts. There was some interesting interpretations of the theme. Anyway, here are the songs that were played. A link to the youtube playlist is here.

Sub Theme : Zoom in from Outer Space to Earth

Parallel Universe – Red Hot Chili Peppers

Dark Center of the Universe – Modest Mouse

Great Beyond – REM

Another Girl Another Planet – The Only Ones

Modern World – The Jam

Sub Theme: Stuff That I Like

In This World – Moby

Dirty Old Town – Frank Black

Subdivisions – Rush

505 – Arctic Monkeys

Frank, AB– The Rural Alberta Advantage

Sub Theme:  Memories of India

Prelude – Jesse Cook

Qadukka-I-Mayyas – Jesse Cook

The Gist of Madhuvanti/The Thrill is Gone – Harry Manx (not the Thrill is Gone, but something else)

Sexy Sadie – The Beatles

Mumbai Theme Tune – A.R. Rahman

Sub Theme: Islands

Balinese – ZZ Top

Island of Souls – Sting

Lonely Island – Wishbone Ash

On An Island – David Gilmour

Rock Island – Jethro Tull

Sub Theme: Hills

High on a Hill – Kate Rusby

Grace Cathedral Hill – Decemberists

Bunker Hill – Michael Penn (not Bunker Hill)

Mansion on the Hill – Neil Young

Blueberry Hill – Bruce Cockburn

Sub Theme : Ports in Countries with a Monarchy

A Girl in Port – Okkervil River

Oslo in the Summertime – of Montreal

Welcome to Bangkok – Brand New

Rotterdam – The Wedding Present

Stockholm Syndrome – Yo La Tengo

Sub Theme : Imaginary Places

Theresa’s Sound World – Sonic Youth

Zion – Fluke

The Grid – Crystal Method

Ramble On – Led Zeppelin

Just Like Heaven – The Cure


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