Music Share Saturday: #Blogtember

What do you mean it’s Sunday? Well, read it anyway. πŸ™‚ Just have fun with it. It’s a holiday weekend for Pete’s sake. How can I be expected to know what day it is?

Put your iTunes/music player on shuffle and share the first 10 songs that play.

This is possibly a really bizarre mix. My YouTube Mix is kind of eclectic.

Paloma Faith: Can’t Rely on You

Tracy Chapman: Talkin’ About a Revolution

Alicia Keys: If I Ain’t Got You

Icon for Hire: Make a Move

Ray Lamontagne: Jolene

Sheppard: Smile

School of Rock Reunion Concert

Bring Me the Horizon: Can you feel my heart?

Sam Hunt: Take Your Time

j and the 9s

β€œJust a small town girl – living in a lonely world.” Concert tickets are practically essential. Musicals are the key to life. I like movies, music,books, and corny jokes.


  1. ha! what a fun idea. i was tempted, for a moment, to add a corresponding post to my blog, but since the challenge day is over and since it doesn’t really fit my blog, i’ll just put my results here in case you’re interested. πŸ™‚

    KT Tunstall — Still a Weirdo (acoustic)
    Liz Martin — Sound and Vision (Bowie cover)
    Pogo — Kenya Chords
    Kate Bush — Symphony in Blue
    Anne Clark — Autumn (from Just after Sunset / Rilke poems set to music)
    Seeed — Wonderful Life (cover)
    Regina Spektor — On the Radio
    Deelay Ceelay — No Vex
    Pigeon John — The Bomb
    Prince feat. Shelby J. — Baby Love (from Indigo Nights / live sessions)


      1. well, the seeed song isn’t really a good representation of their stuff, they’re usually more reggae / dancehall / hip hoppy… but basically, this random list has only things i actually like. (and yes, i do have some stuff in my itunes that i’ve outgrown / grown tired of / just haven’t gotten around to deleting…)

      2. I have things on my youtube list that I can thank my children for . . . like My Little Ponies and Minecraft music videos. . . πŸ™‚ I didn’t share those today.

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