Thursday, March 31, 2005

Songs

I don't feel so good. Stupid tummy.

I was challenged at this phorum I went to to list my essential albums. Man that's tough. I'm sure tomorrow, I'll get some kind of comment back saying my list is way too long and I don't know the meaning of the term essential...however, although my list is long it is still a cross section of the faves in my cd collection which is quite large due to having worked in a music story, radio, and buying way too many cd's. Let em say what they will.

As I listed my essentials, I noticed there are a lot of CDs out there that I know are essential, but I don't have them yet. I don't own a single Beatles, Police, Pink Floyd or Radiohead. Put down your stones, now, please.

Here's MY list...essential to me means you'd have to pry them from my cold lifeless body...o,k. no but it's fun to say. I know I'm missing some important stuff here, and some of you will mock me for some of the variety here.

America's Greatest Hits
Ben Folds Whatever and Ever Amen
Counting Crows August and Everything After, Recovering the Satellites,
The Cure Wish, Disentegration
The Sundays Blind
U2 The Joshua Tree, War, How to Dismantle, Achtung
The Choir Circle Slide
Sting Fields of Gold
Pearl Jam Ten
Peter Gabriel Secret World Live
GEorge Winston December
Van Morrison Moondance
Denison Witmer Safe Away
Everything But the Girl Amplified Heart
Indigo Girls Rites of Passage
Garden State Soundtrack
Jars Jars of Clay, 11th Hour
John Mayer Heavier Things
Justin McRoberts Father
Keane Hopes and Fears
Switchfoot Learning to Breathe
Violet Burning Strength
Seventy Sevens Sticks and Stones
March Cohn Self titled
Oasis What's the Story Morning Glory
OTR Good Dog Bad Dog, Drunkards Prayer, Til We have faces patience,
Out of the Grey self titled
Very best of Otis Redding
Phish Rift
sade love deluxe
sarah mclaughlin fumbling toward esctasy
Stryper to hell with the devil
michael jackson thriller
Ron sexsmith retriever
Queen Live KIllers
Rushmore soundtrack
10,000 maniacs Our Time in Eden
They Might be giants flood
Rich Mullins A Liturgy a legacy and a ragamuffin band
Simon and Garfunkel greatest hits
rainchildren somewhere middle
Vigilantes of Love self titled,

7 comments:

Colin said...

Is that jar-jars of clay? like jar-jar from the star wars movies?

good list of cds, by the way.

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