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23 June 2006


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Hmmmm. If a girl only has enough time to a) blow dry and style her hair or b)contribute to iPod Friday before she leaves for work, which should she do?


well, duh:

1) "Chain Gang," Sam Cooke
2) "The Very Thought of You," Beth Duncan
3) "Sit Down, You're Rocking the Boat," "Guys and Dolls" cast recording
4) "Is it still over," Randy Travis
5) "Bobby Jean," Bruce Springsteen
6) "Yours Forever Blue," Steve Earle & The Del McCoury Band
7) "Blue Evening," Glenn Miller & His Orchestra
8) "Virginia Woolf," Indigo Girls
9) "Time Changes Everything," Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys
10) "Dangerous Type," The Cars


On time this week,

1. Power of Two Indigo Girls. Proof of my lesbianic DNA ... very romantic song, IMHO.

2. Virginia Woolf Indigo Girls. More DNA proof. Live version. This song really talks about how the artists of the past connect with us in the present.

3. Lelilungelo Ngelakho Soweto Gospel Choir. I have NO idea what the lyrics of this song mean as they are in Afrikaans, but it's a great blend of African rhythms and choral harmonies.

4. Voice Mail #2 from Rent. I almost hesitate to include this in the top ten, just because it's only a segue cut on the Rent album.

5. How Can It Be Wrong When It Feels So Right. Barbara Mandrell. Classic cheating song.

6. Danny's Song. Anne Murray. Very romantic.

7. Song of the King from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Pharoah is an Elvis impersonator. Funny.

8. If My Heart Had Wings. Faith Hill.

9. Voice Mail #4 from Rent. See note above about Voice Mail #2.

10. Mr. Goldstone from Gypsy with Bette Midler. Are you surprised I've got musical theater on my iTunes? Me neither.



1-10 ... Tango To Evora. Loreena KcKennitt. This is an awesome tune to use as background music for an unusually NOISY office on this Friday am.

What has my world come to? Xena here, there and everywhere.



TRAVIS! Look at your No. 2 and my No. 8! Same song!



I know!!!! Serendipity!!!



Grab my cowboy boots because I'm ready for a sexy hoedown!!

1. You're Beautiful by James Blunt...is it possible to over play and ruin this song.
2. Denver by Willie Nelson
3. The Earth Pressed Flat by 10,000 Maniacs
4. I Don't Want Wait by Paula Cole
5. She Just Happened by The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
6. Tears by Guy Clark
7. All My Rowdy Friends by Hank Williams Jr.
8. Precious Things by Tori Amos
9. Honky Tonk Heroes by Waylon Jennings
10. Forca by Nelly Furtado


I heard Christie's voice in my head this AM unequivocally saying I had to do my hair.... so here's my shuffle, at the end of the day:

1. Ochoa 4. (This is just a label for some salsa dance music I have in a compilation, I have no idea who or what it is.)
2. River Shule, by Twelve Girls Band
3. Dumai, Zlato by Kitka
4. Now That You Know, Christine Kane
5. Troubled Soul, by Jessie Sykes & the Sweet Hereafter
6. Lord Protect My Child, by Susan Tedeschi
7. You Don't Know Me, Ray Charles with Diana Krall
8. I Love the Nightlife, by Alicia Bridges
9. It Must Be Your Love, Etta James
10. Tango to Evora, Lorena McKennitt (no shit!)


Love your #10, Sandra ;)

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