Sunday, October 4, 2009

Sunday Shuffle

As I was visiting some of the hilarious folks over at Humor Bloggers Dot Com yesterday, I ran across a post that looked like a lot of fun and decided to pass it along. Writes Phillipia had been tagged on FaceBook for the following.....

1. Turn on your MP3 or your playlist on Windows Media Player.

2. Go to SHUFFLE songs mode.

3. Write down the first 15 songs that come up--song title and artist--NO editing/cheating -- no matter how many Barry Manilow songs play.

4. Choose a group of people to be send this on to or simply share it with your readers. Leave your list in my comments or post it to you blog.

Here's my Sunday shuffle.....

1. Statesboro Blues - The Allman Brothers Band
2. Immigrant Song - Led Zeppelin
3. Domino - Van Morrison
4. Step on Inside - Vietnam
5. Beautiful Boy - John Lennon
6. Raised on Robbery - Joni Mitchell
7. Closing Time - Leonard Cohen
8. Rock 'n Roll Doctor - Little Feat
9. Would - Alice in Chains
10. Panama - Van Halen
11. One Way Out - The Allman Brothers Band
12. Jackson - Johnny Cash/June Carter
13. Delta Lady - Leon Russell
14. Mohamed's Radio - Warren Zevon
15. Suite Judy Blue Eyes - CSN&Y

Wow, in looking over my list, I've noticed that over half of these selections pre-date the 80's. Maybe Don McLean was right.....the music died.

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  1. I say you have a hell of a collection of songs on your ipod if these songs are any indication.

  2. @ PeachTart - Thank you very much. I have a separate hard drive on my computer just for my music with well over 2000 selections and still adding.

  3. @ CatLadyLarew - Thanks, I'm just happy Barry Manilow didn't come up!

  4. Wow, I like your playlist (Who's Vietnam - the only one I don't know.) I've got an external hard drive with about 2500 CDs on it. Keeps me busy.

  5. @ dufus - Thanks. Vietnam is a California band, give 'em a listen They kind of have a Lou Reed vibe.

  6. I'm pretty sure you and Don McLean are right. I think they DID stop making music after the 80's. (Actually, I'm only saying that so as to not contradict you. In fact, they stopped making music after the 70's.)

  7. Hey girlfriend, I've got an award for you on my site.

  8. Hell it wasn't just the music that died, it took movies right along with it!!

  9. Yeah, those are oldies now. I know this because I, too, am an "oldie." Can't beat some good CSN&Y though.

  10. Not bad at all! If my spin teacher could be slipped your ipod, I would be a happier camper.

  11. @ Fragrant Liar - Oldies, but goodies - just like us!!!

    @ Kablooey - We'll see what we can work out. Good luck!

  12. Here is my list and all are on my jukebox in case anyone memories are fuzzy or LSD tainted...

    Society's Child Janis Ian
    Reach Out in the Darkness Friend and Lovers
    Time Has Come Today Chambers Brothers
    Ode to Billy Joe Bobby Gentry
    Rave On Buddy Holly
    Motor City is Burnin MC5
    Come Back When You Grow Up Bobby Vee
    Going in Circles Friends of Distinction
    Love (Can Make you Happy) Mercy
    The Gypsy Cried Lou Christy
    Come a Little Bit Closer Jay and the Americans
    Lollipop The Chrodettes
    It's Gonna Take a Miracle The Royalettes
    Navy Blue Diane Renay
    So Tired The Kinks

  13. @ RetroKimmer - Wow, what a list! Definitely some classics here - thanks for playing!


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