Friday, February 13, 2009


Hmmm. Rarely do I indulge in this type of thing, but My man Stevens did so that is good enough for me. This sort of thing has a history with me. Back in Buies Creek McCracken and I put together a mix (on a mini-disc) based on a random selection of songs in our combined CD library. We went back and forth. CD # whatever, song # this. and burned it. It was fun. Later it manifested itself one night in Cary, NC when we picked songs out in complete darkness and danced to them, recording every remarkable moment with a nightvision enabled video camera.

Anyway, to the amusement of a very few. Here's what happened when I shuffled my iTunes library of songs and pressed next.

Opening Credits:
Caitlin Cary - Please Break My Heart

Waking Up:
The Delgados - Girls of Valor

First Day At School:
Tears for Fears - Head Over Heals

Falling In Love:
Bottle Rockets - At the Crossroads

Fight Song:
The Killers - All These Things That I've Done

Breaking Up:
John Lennon - Watching the Wheels

Saturday Looks Good To Me - No Good With Secrets

Mental Breakdown:
New Young Pony Club - The Get Go

Pulp - This is Hardcore

DuJour Presents - Lehi and the Native Americans

Getting Back:
Propellerheads - History Repeating Itself

White Stripes - Why Can't You Be Nicer to Me

Birth of Child:
Rick Springfield - I've Done Everything For You

Final Battle:
Edwyn Collins - A Girl Like You

Death Scene:
John Lennon - Nobody Told Me

Anthrax and Public Enemy - Bring the Noise

End Credits:
DuJour Presents - Sowing on Shabbos

The funny thing now is that my shuffle is still going as I write this and I'm listening to Justin Timberlake's Right for Me. Don't ask.

Just out of curiosity I just clicked next to see what would come up out of the over 4.8 days of songs I have on iTunes...

Maurice Chevalier - Thank Heaven for Little Girls

The song Stevens wife danced to with her father at their wedding.

Serendipity. Amen.


Anonymous said...

happy to represent on this list

Larry W Johnson II said...

'Ain't no drums on the Shabbos'