Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Angela 0077, Jun 6, 2010.
Technically speaking, 4' 33" by John Cage
(think about that for awhile... )
The Labyrinth soundtrack.
"Teenage Wasteland," The Who
new order l World (The Price of Love)
Hocus Pocus by Focus
Little Bird by Annie Lennox
"End of the Road," Boyz II Men
Just want you to know-BSB
The only "Boy Band" that counts!
"Last Dance" by Donna Summer. *sniff*
Boyz II Men were huge the year I graduated high school and their music played a big role in the prom, afterprom and graduation events that spring. Their music isn't just good, it triggers a lot of wonderful memories of people, places and things...some of which are no longer with us.
Sometimes you get attached to music for those reasons, not because it is any good. Fortunately B2M is both and holds up as well anything Motown gave us. I tend towards old R&B and adore Motown - The Supremes are my go-to ladies!
so right now: Supremes "You keep Me Hangin' on"
"The Boys in their Bright White Sports Car" - Trooper
Bob Ross Remixed l Happy Little Clouds
I love that.
Bob Ross was the man.
You're In A Bad Way - Saint Etienne
What's This? - Nightmare Revisited
"How Sweet It Is," James Taylor
Jo and Al l Commando: The Musical
In honor of today's 50th anniversary of the debut of the very first James Bond film(Dr. No), I'm listening to the song "Jump Up" that's played in Pussfellow's nightclub during the course of the movie. I've always liked it.
This song was first released 50 years ago today:
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