A playlist for running through the autumn leaves

2015/11/06 § Leave a comment

I haven’t done this in awhile, but I’ve put together a playlist of music to listen to while running through the autumn leaves. The playlist is youthful, frenetic, and anxious. It is generally upbeat, though I have allowed myself to include an Elliott Smith track.

Please enjoy responsibly. If you’re going to listen to this while running through the leaves, please plan accordingly and wear the right kind of shoes. You don’t need to prove anything.

Running Through the Leaves

  1. Françoise Hardy – Till the Morning Comes
  2. John Lennon – Oh Yoko!
  3. Nick Drake – One of These Things First
  4. Yo La Tengo – Autumn Sweater
  5. Andrew Bird – Orpheo Looks Back
  6. The Smashing Pumpkins – Whir
  7. Bob Dylan – I Want You
  8. Van Morrison – Sweet Thing
  9. The Zombies – Brief Candles
  10. Belle & Sebastian – Expectations
  11. Leonard Cohen – So Long, Marianne
  12. Cotton Jones – That Wheel
  13. Levek – Girl In the Fog
  14. Bob Dylan – Girl From the North Country
  15. Glenn Jones – Bergen County Fairwell
  16. Mira Billotte – As I Went Out One Morning
  17. White Denim – Darlene
  18. Fleet Foxes – The Cascades
  19. Led Zeppelin – The Rain Song
  20. The Zombies – Hung Up On a Dream
  21. The National – Bloodbuzz Ohio
  22. The Smashing Pumpkins – Once In a While
  23. Elliott Smith – Pitseleh
  24. Low – Just Make It Stop
  25. Belle & Sebastian – Mary Jo

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