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Time to start cooperating with some memes I've been tagged with.. this one from Medley...

"List ten songs that you are currently doesn't matter what genre they are from, whether they have words, or even if they're no good, but they must be songs you're really enjoying right now. Post these instructions, the artists, and the ten songs in your blog..."

When I started making my list, I thought I'd have trouble coming up with ten, but then I checked out the playlists we've been picking from lately, and, well, how about two batches of ten?

First, ten from the last 3 years:

  • Tears for Fears(2), "Everybody Loves a Happy Ending" & "Secret World" (Everybody Loves a Happy Ending, 2004)
  • William Shatner & Joe Jackson, "Common People" (Has Been, 2004)
  • Randall Bramblett(2), "Nobody's Problem" & "You Can be The Rain" (Thin Places, 2004)
  • A.J. Roach, "Cold As Christmas" (Dogwood Winter, 2003)
  • Indigo Girls, "Fill It Up Again" (All That We Let In, 2004)
  • The Bobs, "Weekend in Cincinnati" (Best of the Bobs: 20 Songs from 20 Years, 2003)
  • John Butler Trio, "Zebra" (Sunrise Over Sea, 2005)
  • Kevin Lyttle, "Turn Me On" (Kevin Lyttle, 2004)

And ten from further back, some of which I acquired on recent rampages through the iTunes Music Store:

  • Harry Belafonte, "Turn the World Around" (An Evening With Harry Belafonte & Friends, 1997)
  • Tennessee Ernie Ford, "Sixteen Tons" (single, 1955)
  • Concrete Blonde, "Joey (Acoustic)" (Still In Hollywood, 1994)
  • Joe Cocker, "Unchain My Heart (90's Version)" (The Best of Joe Cocker, 1993)
  • America, "Sandman" (America, 1972)
  • The Dave Brubeck Quartet, "Take Five" (Time Out, 1959)
  • Maynard Ferguson, "MacArthur Park" (M.F. Horn, 1970)
  • Chuck Mangione, "Children of Sanchez" (Live at the Hollywood Bowl, 1979)
  • Sweet Honey in the Rock, "No Mirrors In My Nana's House" (Still On The Journey, 1993)
  • Randall Bramblett, "When Our Two Worlds Collide" (See Through Me, 1998)
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I have to go back to iTunes school and check some of them out. I knew Joe Cocker's "Unchain My Heart." Sigh...
      ...posted by Bryce Zabel on July 30, 2005 1:42 AM
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