Michael Cera’s iTunes playlist isn’t much like Nick’s, his character in Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist. His favorite songs are drawn from all generations and genres.
Dion Mcgregor: “Don’t Break the Mailman” — Mcgregor was known as a songwriter and dreamer. The track is a recording his roommate in ‘60s took of his unusally clear, sleep-talking, according to Mcgregor’s tribute MySpace.
Sonny & Cher: “A Cowboy’s Work Is Never Done” — The song was released in 1972 and was the duo’s last top 10 single in the U.S.
Brendan Benson: “Let Me Roll It” — This single is a cover of a Paul McCartney & Wings song from the ‘70s.
Beulah: “Night Is the Day Turned Inside Out” — A song from the third album of the indie rock band, which was together for eight years according to the band’s Web site (beulahmania.com).
Neil Young: “Till the Morning Comes” — The 1970 song is from Young’s third album, After the Gold Rush. Young was in Rolling Stones’ list of the Greatest Artist of All Times, according to billboard.com.
Microphones “I’m a Pearl Diver” — The indie rock/folk band had only one principal member, Phil Elverum, and had other artist collaborate on the albums.
Dr. Dog “Ain’t It Strange”- Dr. Dog is a psychedelic rock (the genre that attempts to recreate the experiences of hallucinogenic drugs) band.
For more of Michael Cera’s playlist check out iTunes.
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