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5th-Mar-2009 08:33 am
music magic
“Only in our dreams are we free. The rest of the time we need wages.” Terry Pratchett


Gacked from totkat


A meme!
Set iTunes (or whatever) to list tracks in alphabetical order. Then post the track name and artist of the first song for each letter of the alphabet, with a little comment if you are inclined that way. It should go without saying that you should not skip the embarrassing ones, but feel free to skip ones that aren't really tracks, or are badly labelled.

A: Across the Universe - TheBeatles
B: Baby's in Black - The Beatles
C: Carousel - The Hollies
D: Dancing in the Moonlight - Thin Lizzy
E: Eight Days a Week - The Beatles
F: Falling in Love Again - Marlene Dietrich
G: Games People Play - Joe South
H: Happy Jack - The Who
I: I'll be back - The Beatles
J: Jackie - Scott Walker
K: Keeping the Dream Alive - Freiheit
L: L'hymne a L'amour - Edith Piaf
M: Mad Dogs and Englishmen - Noel Coward
N: Night and Day - The Quintet Of The Hot Club De France With Django Reinhart and Stéphane Grappelly
O: On the Wings of A Nightinggale - The Everly Brothers
P: Painting Box - The Incredible String Band.
Q: Question - The Moody Blues
R: Rain - The Beatles I have this

on my I-Pod
S: Sailing to Philadelphia - Mark Knopfler and James Taylor
T: Tales of Brave Ulysses - Cream
U: Up the Junction - Squeeze
V: Valerie - Steve Winwood
W Walk of Life - Dire Straits
X:
Y: Yesterday Once More - The Capenters
Z:

Oh my - do I see a Beatle-pattern emerging?

Comments 
5th-Mar-2009 03:49 pm (UTC)
*snags*

I've got a few of these but no Beatles at all. We do have some on CD though, just not on the computer.

And I now realise that I know almost all the words to Up The Junction.

6th-Mar-2009 11:50 pm (UTC)
I know almost all the words to Up The Junction.
Me too. Scary.
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