Queen Bee

So, I recently asked what single song would always make your playlist and why?  You can link to that particular post inspired by John Peel here.  My own response is posted here.

The thing I love about music, is that I am always coming across stuff I’ve not heard before.  Some of it will resonate with me throughout the seasons of life and other songs just tarry for a while or mark a certain time or place…

So what’s got heaviest rotation on your mp3/CD/turntable/boom-box these days?

For me, it’s “Queen Bee” by Neil Halstead.  It can’t help but put me in a good mood and the attached video makes me want to make music with friends and freewheel down a hill on a bike without a care in the world…enjoy by clicking the arrow below.

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2 Responses to “Queen Bee”


  1. 1 brunettekoala November 2, 2008 at 10:20 am

    I think it’s probably a tie between a live recording of ‘Pills’ by the Perishers featuring Sarah McLachlan and ‘Fake Empire’ by The National.

  2. 2 thestatethatiamin November 2, 2008 at 10:17 pm

    I shall check them both out. I’ll dig out Modest Mouse stuff and the Sun Kil Moon Tiny Cities album which is Mark Kozelek’s cover versions of Modest Mouse for you on Wednesday…


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