Reader writers’ music picks, San Diego’s history of punk, singer bred in TJ’s Zona Norte – San Diego Reader

Rocket From the Crypt (John Reis, center; Pete Reichert, third from right), 1996. Originally Rocket swore it would play only backyard parties.

Rocket From the Crypt (John Reis, center; Pete Reichert, third from right), 1996. Originally Rocket swore it would play only backyard parties.

Nina Simone

Soundtrack: Reader writers tell what music they would take to a deserted island

The Woes Of A Woman In Love — Barbarella; Notes Give Pathos to Clouds — Laura McNeal; Trouble Man — Dodie Bellamy; The Hiss Was Bylsma Himself — Matthew Lickona; My Junior High High — Jennifer Ball; An Album with a Singer — Geoff Bouvier; We Carried Each Other — Deirdre Lickona; The Psychedelic Furs’ Talk Talk Talk — William Crain; Whoooooooo — Mary Montgomery; Stranded — Patrick Daugherty; Black Celebration by Depeche Mode — Drew Goodmanson; A Rage Against Monotony — John Brizzolara; Alto Workouts — Dave Good; In Love with Two Daughters — W.S. DiPiero; Joni’s Hejira — Bill Hayes; Love-Drunk Kid — Rosa Colwin Jurjevics; A Summer on Desolation Row — Ken Kuhlken; Could I Start Over? — Mark Halperin; Family Music — Ernie Grimm; Forth From My Pioneer Speakers — Thomas Larson; Leontyne and Me — Jangchup Phelgyal; From “American Tourist” to “Loser” — Ollie; The Ultimate Love Song — Rachel Kempster; Loud, Shrill, Piercing, and Unpleasant — Jim Morris; I Grew Weary of Three-Chord Rock — Mary Grimm

Aug. 11, 2005 | Read
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