May 24, 2005

Another iPod/iTunes Meme

(This one came from Eric at Off Wing):

Q: Total volume of music files on my computer:
3,909 songs comprising over 14 gigs. 11 days in total. (When I was in college, my entire hard drive wasn’t even 1 gig).

Q: The last CD I bought:
"Separation Sunday," The Hold Steady

Q: Song playing now:
“Motorcycle Song (The Significance of the Pickle)," Arlo Guthrie

Q: Five songs I listen to a lot, or that mean a lot to me:
“Mr. Blue Sky,” ELO: Song I discovered in the great trailer for the great film “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” and has been #1 on my most-played list ever since.

“The Good Life,” Weezer: Listening daily to the “Pinkerton” album helped me get through a very difficult time in my life a few years back, this song especially. So what if I didn’t discover the album until about 5 years after it was released?

“Mr. Jones,” Counting Crows: I learned how to play guitar in 9th grade, mostly to impress girls. The first time I ever actually impressed a girl was by playing her this song- in 11th grade.

“Duke of Earl,” Gene Chandler: My dad gave me this one on a 45 record when I was about five years old, and I still love it to this day.

"Letterbomb," Green Day: The best song on Green Day’s improbably magnificent “American Idiot” album may be the best treadmill song I’ve ever heard.

Five people I’d like to see do this one: Jeremy, Petitedov, C, Big Red, and Sheila.

Posted by Stephen Silver at May 24, 2005 12:32 AM

whoa c got hit with this many times does she have to do it?

does "duke of earl" involve making it witha red haired girl in the back of a chevrolet?

Posted by: dawn summers at May 24, 2005 03:30 PM
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