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Wednesday, December 15, 2004

the mp3 roulette

Here are the rules:

1. Open your mp3 player application.
2. Select the "shuffle" feature. "Shuffle" your selection.
3. Log the 1st 10 songs (artist/album) in the response to this post.
4. Do NOT skip over that embarrassing song that came up. You MUST list the 1st 10 songs. Only exception is if you have an artist or album that is repeated.
5. Log your 10 songs in your own blog and encourage others to play this game.

My 10 songs:

1. Recurring Dream / Crowded House / Afterglow
2. How Deep Is The Ocean / Diana Krall / Love Scenes
3. Kinder / David Garza / This Euphoria
4. Narcolepsy / Third Eye Blind / Third Eye Blind
5. Down By The Sea / Men At Work / Contraband - The Best of Men At Work
6. Moorea / Gipsy Kings / Gipsy Kings
7. Got To Get You Into My Life / The Beatles / Anthology
8. I Won't Stay Long / Sixpence None The Richer / Sixpence None The Richer
9. My baby / 8½ Souvenirs / Twisted Desire
10. Whatever Gets You On / Fastball / The Harsh Light Of Day
|| hcpark, 9:19 PM

3 Comments:

Raimundo Penaforte’s An Eroica Trio, I. “Astor” / Eroica Trio / Pasión (2000)

“Moorea” / Gipsy Kings / Gipsy Kings (1988)

“And the Angels Sing” / Benny Goodman / Giants of the Big Band Era (compilation, 1991)

Beethoven’s Sonata No. 6 for Piano and Violin in A major, op. 30, no. 1, II. Adagio molto espressivo / Itzhak Perlman (violin), Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano) / Beethoven: Violin Sonatas Nos. 4, 6 & 8 (1987)

“Blue in Green” / Miles Davis / Kind of Blue (1959)

“These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)” / Dave Brubeck / Jazz at Oberlin (1953)

“Running to Stand Still” / U2 / The Joshua Tree (1987)

Edgar Meyer’s “First Impressions” / Mark O’Connor (violin), Yo-Yo Ma (cello), Edgar Meyer (piano) / Appalachia Waltz (1996)

Saint-Saëns’s Violin Concerto No. 3 in B minor, op. 61, III. Molto moderato e maestoso—Allegro non troppo / Nathan Milstein (violin), Philharmonia Orchestra, Anatole Fistoulari (conductor) / The Art of Nathan Milstein (compilation, 1993)

“Bloodhounds” / Secret Primper / Closet Drama (2004)
Blogger Nils, at 11:33 AM  
I just noticed that our two lists have a track in common. Weird!
Blogger Nils, at 3:36 PM  
Nils, that is strange. I have 888 songs total. Wonder how many songs we have in common...
Blogger hcpark, at 3:55 PM  

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