Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Shuffle, Please

I rarely - okay, NEVER - do these meme things....I mean, what IS a meme, anyway? But J at our world together did it, and I was inspired. Or bored.

This one caught my eye/ear, being a musician and all. So here's how it works:

1. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc)
2. Put it on shuffle.
3. Press play.
4. For every question, type the song that's playing.
5. When you go to a new question, press the next button.
6. Don't lie and try to pretend you're cool.


Opening Credits: Tripp - On the Cusp of Everything and Nothing
*very strange, this. Heard this guy play at a youth function almost 18 years ago. Monster bass player...never saw him again, but love this obscure album
First Day At School: Caedmon's Call - Can't Lose You
*okay....
Falling In Love: Shawn Mullins - For America
*don't think so...
Breaking Up: The Greencards - I Don't Want to Lose You
*yes, this is quite appropriate. thanks, Jayne...
1st date: Michael Roe - 20 Years Gone
*no kidding. Texas Rangers baseball game. B-O-R-I-N-G. I am sure he was as bored as I was. When we got home, he dropped me off at the curb; didn't even pull in the driveway. Don't remember his name...
Prom: Candi Staton - His Hands
*yes, well. Candi's talking about Jesus' hands here...
Life's OK: Sting - The Lazarus Heart
*never thought of this tune as one that indicated that life was okay. Maybe if you're weird like that...
Driving: Under the Tree - On the Western Front
*too slow to be a driving song, but another pretty cool obscure Cleveland band.
Flashback: Marie Digby - Fool
*oh, that I have been. Flashback indeed. Another gift from Jayne - amazing the impact this blogging buddy has had on my musical life!
Getting Back Together: Leeland - Beautiful Lord
*yes, thanks to Him...back together...
Wedding: Audio Adrenaline - Big House
*big house. Broken home.
Final Battle: Bob Dylan - Precious Angel
*I think this works...
Death Scene: Shawn Mullins - Home
*Interesting, another Shawn Mullins tune. And the ultimate home...
Funeral Song: Ashley Cleveland - Come Thou Fount
*oh to grace, how great a debtor/daily I'm inclined to be...
End Credits: David Crowder - The Color Song
*quite appropriate, I'd say...

I let the shuffle continue and wish that 'Sick Inside (Just A Girl)' (Hope Partlow) and 'Pretty Maids All In A Row' (Eagles) could count for something...

I have 3,700+ songs in this iTunes folder. Interesting what popped up.

What happens if YOU try this little exercise?

3 comments:

j said...

So, what's to say you couldn't do another soundtrack?! Maybe we should make a new one up, and include things like, "Birth of first child" (and for you, the next four!), and "Day the Divorce Was Final," etc...

AND--I just caught up on your blog and realized we have exactly the same birthday! I KNEW the connection to be strong--this solidifies it! I'm gonna go rustle you up on Facebook!

kim said...

Opening Credits: Call Your Name -- Gateway Worship
1st Day of School: Desperate People -- Hillsong
Falling in Love: All Things are Yours -- Rob Bell sermon
Breaking Up: Someday -- rough mix of local band that is no longer together
1st Date: Guiding principles -- David Allen (the dad speech?)
Prom: He is Here -- Brian Doerksen & Christine Dente
Life's OK: Both Sides of the Story -- Phil Collins
Driving: Magdalene -- Chris Rodriguez
Flashback: Concerto for 2 Trumpets -- Vivaldi
Getting Back Together: Be Here to Love Me -- Norah Jones
Wedding: Man of No Reputation -- Rich Mullins (ouch!!)
Final Battle: I Could Sing of Your Love Forever -- Delirious
Death Scene: When the Wild Winds Blow -- Phil Keaggy
Funeral Song: Intoxicating (Pneumatic Mix) -- David Crowder
End Credits: Here I Am to Worship -- our worship team

Jayne said...

This should be hysterical! K and I have SUCH different tastes in music, but here we go.... lol!
From iTunes:


Opening Credits: Baby Hold On by The Dixie Chicks
1st Day of School: Shaker Lakes by Jim Brickman
Falling in Love: Painkiller by Judas Priest... lol
Breaking Up: Symphony No 2 in E minor:Adagio from Best of Rachmaninov
1st Date: Atrophy by Red Jumpsuit Apparatus (no clue)
Prom: On Fire by Van Halen
Life's OK: The Story by 30 Seconds to Mars
Driving: Into Brooklyn, Early in the Morning by Innocence Mission
Flashback: That's the Way by Led Zeppelin
Getting Back Together: Beauty in Walking Away by Marie Digby (uh, or not)
Wedding: Eye by Smashing Pumpkins
Final Battle: Where Have All the Good Times Gone by Van Halen
Death Scene: Pink Houses by John Mellencamp
Funeral Song: Poison by Alice Cooper
End Credits: What Child is This by Sarah McLachlan


LOL... how's that for variety?