Sunday, February 12, 2006

Organizing My Music

I spent some time today organizing my music. I had it all over my hard drive and there was not rhyme or reason to how I had it stored. So today I went through and put some much needed structure. Most of my friends are more selective and like country, rock, heavy metal, hip hop or maybe classical. But I like it all....well that's not really true, I don't like hip hop but this is a discussion for another time.
While organizing today I listened to "Mississippi Queen" by Mountain, "You Look Wonderful Tonight" by Eric Clapton, "Live Like You Were Dying", "Life in the Fast Lane" by the Eagles, "Moon River" sung by Andy Williams, "Our Town" by Iris DeMint, and "Forever Young" by Dylan. I also listen to Mozart, Pacobel "Canon in D Major", and George Jones sings "He Stopped Loving Her Today". Greg Allman sang Jackson Browne’s “These Days” better than Browne himself. I watched Forest Gump the other day and there is a scene in that movie when he is in Vietnam and when they come under fire from the Viet Cong and a song performed by Jimi Hendrix called "All Along the Watchtower" comes on. Hearing that song made the hair on my arms stand up That is what good music does.
Maybe I am across the board but these are the songs I love. Now excuse me while I listen to Champaign High by Sister Hazel.

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