Actually playing on my iPod…

23 09 2006

Buds
Since I’m not sure that Thursday’s 10-song random sample gave you any real idea of my taste, and since I’m too tired to provide you with any actual content right now, here’s a list showing the 20 songs most frequently played on my iPod since I got it in September 2004:

1.) “Insensitive,” by Jann Arden (from Living Under June) [you can’t be too surprised by that, I guess];
2.) “Best I Ever Had,” by Gary Allan (from Tough All Over);
3.) “Something About What Happens When We Talk,” by Lucinda Williams (from Sweet Old World);
4.) “The First Cut Is the Deepest,” by Sheryl Crow (from The Very Best of Sheryl Crow) [this one surprises me a little bit];
5.) “Give Me One Reason,” by Tracy Chapman (from New Beginning) [I’ve blogged about this song, too];
6.) “Headed for a Fall,” by Jimmie Dale Gilmore (from Braver Newer World);
7.) “Broken Arrow,” by Rod Stewart (from Encore: The Very Best of Rod Stewart, Vol. 2);
8.) “Letter from an Occupant,” by the New Pornographers (from Mass Romantic);
9.) “Insensitive,” by Jasper Steverlinck (from Songs of Innocence);
10.) “Let’s Stay Together,” by Al Green (from Let’s Stay Together);
11.) “Don’t Marry Her,” by the Beautiful South (from Blue Is the Colour);
12.) “Don’t Explain,” by Damien Rice, Lisa Hannigan, and Herbie Hancock (from Hancock’s Possibilities);
13.) “Coffee, Coffee, Coffee,” by Freedy Johnston (from Real: The Tom T. Hall Project);
14.) “All the Right Reasons,” by the Jayhawks (from Rainy Day Music);
15.) “What Kind of Fool,” by Gary Allan (from Tough All Over);
16.) “Last Christmas,” by Wham! (from All-Star Christmas) [how embarrassing!];
17.) “Toledo,” by Elvis Costello and Burt Bacharach (from Painted from Memory);
18.) “Missing (CL McSpadden Unreleased Powerhouse Mix),” by Everything but the Girl (Adapt or Die: Ten Years of Remixes);
19.) “Viva Las Vegas (American Casino Theme),” by Dread Zeppelin (from Chicken and Ribs);
20.) “The Mountain,” by Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer (from Tanglewood Tree).

I wish there weren’t so many love songs, especially the been-done-wrong variety, on my Top 20. I’m so predictable.

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2 responses

3 10 2006
Steve

I noticed you conveniently left off the parenthetical portion of the title of No. 11. 🙂

4 10 2006
Jay

Dang, I’ve been unmasked as a prude! 🙂

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