Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Action 064 - Be Eclectic.

If it was possible to diagnose a mental illness just by listening to someone's playlist, mine would likely be schizophrenia. My running playlist is really that random. From dance remixes of Adele to Nine Inch Nails to ZZ Top, I run to a bit of it all.

I wholeheartedly endorse Action 064 - Be Eclectic. And I was reminded of this tonight by a particularly makes-no-sense random list of songs that are playing on my iTunes as I sit here at my computer. So far, I've heard:

  1. Sade, No Ordinary Love

  2. Mark Weigle, I Remember

  3. Brooks & Dunn, A Man This Lonely

  4. The Smiths, How Soon Is Now

  5. Disturbed, Shout 2000

  6. Dolly Parton, Jolene

  7. Joni Mitchell, Song for Sharon

  8. The Mamas and The Papas, I Call Your Name

  9. The Fixx, A Letter to Both Sides

  10. Sheila E, The Glamorous Life


Be eclectic? Yeah, I think that describes my musical taste. And with 21,000 songs and nearly 200 gig of music, I bet I have a little of everything.



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