Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Davy (Coconut Records, 2009)

My first album of 2009. Get in.


01. Saint Jerome (so cute)
02. Drummer (mellow, with an adorable trumpet instrumental bit)
03. Microphone (ethereal, sweet)
04. Wandering Around
05. The Summer
06. Is This Sound Okay?
07. Wires
08. Any Fun (it gets repetitive)
09. Courtyard (a bit too melancholy for me)
10. I Am Young


Anonymous said...

is coconut records jason schwartzman's band?

vicki said...

love this band :)
top stuff.

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