So, I might have moved my blog. And maybe given it a new name, and a new look. And a new theme. I’m not saying all these things happened, I’m just saying they might have happened. And I was, potentially, supposed to show them off a few weeks ago. At the same time, I was supposed to be keeping up on the Wednesday blogs.
But, that’s a lot of supposed to’s and should have been’s. And I’ve learned that way of thinking is not good for me. So I’m just going to skip over all of that and say, Welcome to my new blog! I can’t say it will look this way permanently, I’ve gone through at least four themes since I moved over here and I’m not sure I’m sold on this. But we’ll see.
You also might have noticed a bit of an alteration to my name. Move along. Nothing to see here. These are not the droids you’re looking for.
On to the actual Wednesday Randomness topic for the week…Favorite Songs!
This was a tough one to scale down. But here is a list, in particular order, of a few of my most very favorite songs:
Queen – Killer Queen (of all of Queen’s songs, I have no idea why I like this one so much, but I love to sing it). And yes, I’m aware it’s about a high priced call girl.
Toad the Wet Sprocket – All I Want (forever and always). I still get chills, from the song and the video. I saw them in concert recently (with Bronwyn Green) and they played this. I was a happy girl.
U2 – Angel of Harlem
Billy Joel – Leningrad (and also Downeaster Alexa). The man can tell a story. I get chills from both of these songs.
Sarah McLachlan – Building a Mystery (high school…)
U2 – Mysterious Ways. It’s funky and I love it. The video is kind of trippy.
Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons – Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You (I love them in general, really)
Toad the Wet Sprocket – Crowing. Not one of their better known songs, but it’s always been one of my favorites.
Domestic Problems – Untitled. So I worked in a music store in high school and this CD came out when I was there. We played it all the time because DP is a local band. I can still every word to every song, but this one was always my favorite on the album.
David Bowie/Queen – Under Pressure. Ummm…Freddie Mecury and David Bowie? Yes, please.
Dave Matthews Bank – The Space Between
Counting Crows – Goodnight Elizabeth, this song has the feels, man.
Okay, so that’s just a few. I didn’t include any Broadway or Movie soundtrack songs though, that would easily double this list.
If you want to see what music the rest of the Wednesday bloggers are listening to, check out the links below: