Music Library: Hannah Fury, Harmonia, Harry Partch, Harvey Mandel, Harvey Milk, Headstones, Heavenly, Hell On Wheels, Hella, Hellwood, Helmet, Henri's Notions
Hannah Fury - "Meathook." No idea where this came from. Probably part of a compilation tape that discompiled itself when the disk containing my music library went kaput in April 2007. I salvaged all of the data, but many mixes were no longer mixed. Anyway, she's a Kate Bush-y singer-songwriter, and I am not enamored of the music.
Harvey Mandel - "Tobacco (Live)." Another mystery entry. Mandel is a classic rock-era blues guitarist who apparently auditioned for the Stones when Mick Taylor left. Of limited interest to me, but I can see where others might like this quite a bit more than I.
The Headstones - "Fuck You." Delivers on the promise of the title, for what that's worth.
Heavenly - "Hearts and Crosses." Cheery indie-pop that generally means the lyrics are probably pretty dark, but I didn't listen that closely.
Hell on Wheels - "The Logical Song." Ugh. I don't know why I have this Supertramp cover, nor why anyone felt it was necessary to cover Supertramp.
Hellwood - "Firewords Factory." Only-okay 2006 alt-country song from an sub-supergroup (group?) with under-appreciated alt-country singer-songwriters Johnny Dowd and Jim White (not the Dirty Three drummer).
Henri's Notions - Don't Waste Your Wishes (1992). An early album from Tuscaloosa, AL's premier Irish music band with lovely covers of "That Lucky Old Sun" (which I think of as a Ray Charles song, although I think Dizzy Gillespie wrote it) and Richard Thompson's "Crazy Man Michael."