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I'm trying this whole 8tracks thing instead of doing a bunch of links to places, in part so I can have audio for the obscure stuff. It has it's own weirdnesses, but *shrug*.

First Half

  • Fast Forward by Maximalism
  • Rewind by The Paper Raincoat
  • Can't Wait by Kate Klim
  • I Will Wait by Mumford & Sons
  • Nothing Changes by Anais Mitchell Feat. The Haden Triplets
  • The Times They Are A-Changin' by Bob Dylan
  • Superman by Five for Fighting: I both really like both these songs and like how they work as a pair.
  • Kryptonite by 3 Doors Down: I feel like the first version of this song I heard was one of the MIT a capella groups, but I can't find it if so.
  • I Wonder Where You've Gone by Girlyman: These two were probably intentional, because they're from the same CD, but they're one of the pairs that gave me this idea so they're staying.
  • I Know Where You Are by Girlyman
  • Right Here by Amory Sivertson
  • Long Distance by Hannah & Maggie

Second Half

  • Walk Away by Amory Sivertson: This playlist, in addition to lots of Girlyman, also has a surprisingly large amount of Amory Sivertson on it. I wonder what she's up to lately.
  • Just Stick Around by Nate Borofsky
  • Rising by Alba's Edge
  • Falling by Wishes and Thieves
  • Trees Still Bend by Girlyman: One early concept was more "contrasting parallel structure", hence flowers for trees, but that was too hard.
  • Flowers Never Bend with the Rainfall by Simon & Garfunkel
  • The Question by Amory Sivertson
  • The Answer by Jason Tam/Joe Iconis
  • Above the Clouds by electronic orange juice: Hey, OJ!
  • Underground by The Orchids
  • Deer in the Night by Po' Girl: This pair is more of a parallel structure thing, and also amuses me overly much.
  • Moose in the Road by Girlyman

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