Aural Fixations, The Rumpus Mixtape #11: Conversation Hearts


Conversation Hearts

Two Words. Infinite Meanings. True Love. Missed Connections. 50% Divorce. First Date. Happy Nights. Sad Days. Star Crossed. Wedded Bliss. Bad Breakup. Holding Hands. Making Out. Great Sex. Poly Love. Gender Blind. Online Dating. Random Hookup. Passionate Kisses. Dirty Sex. Whispered Confessions. Secret Affairs. Unmade Beds.  Broken Hearts. Undying Love. Sex Worker. Sacred Vows. Late Nights. Lingering Desires. Hotel Sex. Craig’s List. Red Lipstick.  Body Parts. Together Forever. Fractured Fairytale. Say Anything. Play On. (C. run time: 48:48; direct link for mobile access: .)


Conversation Hearts from anna march on 8tracks.

“Jackson (Live)”
Johnny Cash
At Folsom Prison (Live)

“Love Is Strange”
Mickey & Sylvia
Dirty Dancing (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

“Anyone Else But You”
Various Artists & The Moldy Peaches

Kent Schoch

“Chuck E’s In Love”
Rickie Lee Jones
The Duchess of Coolsville

“Everything Trying”
Damien Jurado
The Dilemma (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

“Giving Up”
Ingrid Michaelson

“Wake Up (Next to You)”
Graham Parker
Steady Nerves

“Mary Anne”
Marshall Crenshaw
This Is Easy: The Best of Marshall Crenshaw

“Button Up Your Overcoat”
Ruth Etting
Bring On the Girls 1926-1934

“Train In Vain (Stand by Me)”
The Clash
Story of the Clash, Volume 1 (Disc 1)

“Two Cousins” (Acoustic Version) [Bonus Track]
Slow Club
Paradise (Deluxe Edition)

“A Wonderful Guy”
Mary Martin and The Women’s Chorus
South Pacific – The Original Broadway Cast

“Send In The Clowns”
Frank Sinatra
The Very Good Years

Anna March’s writing appears regularly in Salon and here at the Rumpus and her work has been widely published including in The New York Times' Modern Love Column, New York Magazine, VQR, Hip Mama and Tin House. Her memoir, Happy People Live Here, and novel, The Diary of Suzanne Frank, are both forthcoming and she is at work on a collection of essays. She is active with VIDA and lives in Los Angeles where she is the co-founder of LITFOLKS. Follow her on Twitter @ANNAMARCH or learn more about her at ANNAMARCH.COM. More from this author →