I don't have an MP3 player so can't iPod blog. I have a CD walkman and a good old fashioned CD case to carry around everywhere. Here are the CDs currently in there, pretty much changes daily.
In the actual player: Bob Dylan Bootleg Series Vol 5 Live 1975 Disc 1.
In the case:
Lightning in a Bottle soundtrack disc 1
High Society soundtrack One of my favourite films. In it, Grace Kelly -- a silly chick who's gonna marry a square -- wears the actual Ranier engagement ring.
Bruce Springsteen The River discs one and two
Bob Dylan "Plymouth Rock" bootleg, live 31/10/75 and 11/11/75
Lee Roy Parnell Tell the Truth
Solomon Burke Make Do With What You've Got In the same vein as Don't Give Up on Me, but not as good, the production hangs lightly around the songs rather than Joe Henry's more sensitive style.
Robert Earl Keen Gravitational Forces
Roots of Hip Hop MOJO compilation
Sir Douglas Quintet 1+1+1=4/The Return of Doug Saldana
Alice Stuart with Prune Rooney and Friends Crazy with the Blues
Andy Baylor and the West Melbourne All Stars Hometown Stomp disc one and two
Ryan Adams Gold
Gillian Welch Time (The Revelator)
Tina Turner Country Songs No really. She does kicking versions of Good Hearted Woman, Loving Him was Easier, You Ain't Woman Enough to Take My Man and Stand By Your Man.
Roy Head Texas Soul and Country Man
John Hiatt Walk On
Bob Dylan Empire Burlesque The Dylan Show last Sat night played Tight Connection to My Heart which inspired me to pull out EB.