Tuesday, April 03, 2007

iPod playlist confession

so have you ever wondered what's playing on someone's playlist? well, the fabulous happy booker asked so here it is. now tell me, what's playing on yours?

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Credit where Credit is Due, Please!

"Dance me to the end of Love" was written and composed by Leonard Cohen, the Madeleine Peyroux version you list is a cover!!

Butrfly4404 said...

There are many covers that I prefer that version to the original. I don't think saying she likes a song as a cover is discrediting Mr. Cohen at all.

I liked what you said about Eminem's song. He finds his way through my shuffle every so often. I can't stand a lot of the things he says, but his music has great beats (and sometimes he's funny) - I agree that "Lose Yourself" is an empowering song.

Anonymous said...

My playlist is so random! Wonder what you can tell about a person by looking at her iPod? Probably a lot. Here are my top 10 played list:
1. Homme - Brazilian Girls
2. Carey - Joni Mitchell
3. Big Time Sensuality - Bjork
4. Black Metallic - Catherine Wheel
5. More than This - Roxy Music
6. Reptile - The Church
7. Time is Running Out - Muse
8. Strip - Adam Ant
9. Peek-A-Boo - Siouxsie and the Banchees
10. Young Folks - Peter Bjorn and John

Kuhlish said...

I make iTunes playlists as an outlet for emotions. I make a soundtrack to counter my mood and sometimes surprise myself with what songs I add in there! These are my all time favorite songs.... quite a variety:)

"Dream Girl" - Dave Matthews Band
"Better Together" - Jack Johnson
"Amie"- Pure Prarie Leauge
"Breakfast at Tiffany's (theme)" - Henry Mancini
"American Girl" - Tom Petty
"Maggie May" - Rod Stewart
"Moonlight Serenade" - Glenn Miller
"In My Life" - The Beatles
(forgive me for this one... it's out of character but I dare you to listen and not feel like a sex goddess)
"Buttons" - The Pussycat Dolls
"Born to Fly" - Sara Evans
"I Get a Kick Outta You" - Frank Sinatra