From Turntable Kitchen: Top Side One Track Ones Since 2000

May 27, 2011 at 10:13 am 1 comment

Everyone now and then, I find a post about music that is so thoughtful and inspired that I can’t help but share.

Photo via Turntable Kitchen from Creative Commons, license courtesy of Bharani Padmanabhan MD PhD.

Turntable Kitchen has become one of my favorite food & music blogs over the past year, and their posts on both subject matters (check out especially their “Musical Pairings” section) are introspective and well conceived. Earlier this month, they posted some thoughts, and a fantastic mix, based on the best “Side Ones Track Ones” from the past 10 years. The concept of the first song on a record being the one that makes the biggest impression is something I too have thought about, but I never would have been able to word these thoughts as eloquently as the author of their post did. To check out the post in its entirety, as well as the mix that includes TnJ favorites Spoon, Ratatat, Bon Iver, and James Blake among others, click here.

And stay tuned for more TnJ original content, including our summer concert picks.

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