Music Library: High Places, Highwaymen, Hindu Love Gods, Hoagy Carmichael, Hold Steady, Holly Cole, Holy Modal Rounders, Homosexuals, Hondells, Honeydogs, Hoodoo Gurus
The Highwaymen - Live Texas Radio + (1990). This is not the Highwaymen you're thinking of, but an Americana-style Austin band that later changed their name to Loose Diamonds. 'Sokay.
Hindu Love Gods - "Raspberry Beret." REM & Warren Zevon covering one of Prince's best songs. Unlike many of my friends, I'm not a big Zevon fan, but I sure like this.
Hoagy Carmichael - "Huggin' and Chalkin'." I think there's better Hoagy Carmichael songs out there, but not in my collection.
Holly Cole - "Jersey Girl." Speaking of Bruce Springsteen, I think his is the most notable cover of this Tom Waits song. This one is rather Rickie Lee Jones-ish.
The Homosexuals - "Walk Before Imitate" and "Hearts In Exile." An excellent little-known British post-punk band with a Wire-ish sense of concision. I got these tracks from my pal Matt and intend to explore this music further.
The Hondells - "Little Honda." I searched this out after hearing Yo La Tengo's cover on I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One. This is a Brian Wilson/Mike Love song performed by one of the many producer-run fake bands in pop history (the studio band included Glen Campbell and Hal Blaine).