Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Short and sweet

I’d forgotten about this one, something my husband took last week. I first saw it when I sat down to the computer in the evening and this photograph was gracing the screen.

Well, rather the original photograph was what was gracing the screen.  The photograph below is after I added this texture to it.

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It’s short and sweet and all the time I really have for tonight. I’m trying to catch up on favorite blog reading and am currently reading another book, The Reader.

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In the meantime, inquiring minds would like to know the following:

1. How often do you listen to music?

2. How do you find new songs, albums or artists to listen to?

3. What station is the radio nearest you set to at this moment?

4. When was the last time you bought a CD? A digital music file?

5. Can you name one song that has particular significance?

See you in the comments, my friends . . .

48 comments:

Country Girl said...

1. How often do you listen to music? Every day while driving in the car. Weekend mornings in the living room.

2. How do you find new songs, albums or artists to listen to? My favorite radio station, friends, songs I hear out and about. Where do you find yours? I want to know.

3. What station is the radio nearest you set to at this moment?
WXPN 88.5, Public Radio from the University of Pennsylvania.

4. When was the last time you bought a CD? A digital music file? I bought Ray LaMontagne's Gossip in the Grain from Amazon last week.

5. Can you name one song that has particular significance? When I first fell in love with my husband, this song was playing on the radio so much that it became our song. It was Peter Frampton's Don't Hesitate. Damn. That's a long time ago . . .

~ C.G.

Julie Harward said...

I don't usually like stuff added to a photo, but I like this and it is a beautiful photo!
1)everyday, all day
2) Just by keeping my eyes and ears open!
3) Local station..good stuff~
4) At Christmas time
5) Not just one, I like too many to pick one!
Come say hi :D

Eileen@My Evergreen Place said...

Beautiful photo!!!

1. How often do you listen to music? Mostly, when I want to relax.

2. How do you find new songs, albums or artists to listen to? Lately, I listen to "Celtic Thunder" an Irish group I saw on PBS a couple of years ago. I have all their CDs and saw them live in concert in 2008.

3. What station is the radio nearest you set to at this moment? Internet Radio - WCBS. I'm listening to the NY Yankees game.

4. When was the last time you bought a CD? A digital music file? I bought the newest "Celtic Thunder CD in February.

5. Can you name one song that has particular significance? "Sara Smile" by Darryl Hall & John Oates. When my first child was born, we named her Sarah. Her Uncle Doug always sang this to her when he saw her, even as she got older. I thought it was so sweet. :0)

TSannie said...

1. All day at work
2. pandora.com is the way I usually find new artists I like - that's what we listen to at work.
3. WSHU - Sacred Heart University's radio station public radio as well.
4. Bought Mary Chapin Carpenter's new CD that was released just last week - it's good!
5. First time I visited my hubs in Chicago (I was a young and impressionable college student - yeah riiiight!), I saw his brass bed...and Bob Dylan's "lay lady lay" was all I could think of...oh dear!

Low Tide High Style said...

Beautiful picture Kate!

1. How often do you listen to music? Everyday, music is the biography of my life!

2. How do you find new songs, albums or artists to listen to? All sorts of places, my kids, the radio, itunes suggestions, Amazon...wherever!

3. What station is the radio nearest you set to at this moment? Hmm, I listen mostly to mp3's or CDs in the car and I'm a complete radio hopper so I'm not quite sure!

4. When was the last time you bought a CD? A digital music file? Today!!!

5. Can you name one song that has particular significance? Oh gosh, there are so many, songs for the different phases of my life, different moods, and even songs that represent different people in my life...the list would be enormous and I could never pick just one!

Kat :)

Sharon said...

1. In my car. In the shower. When I exercise once in a blue moon.

2. iTunes reccommendations, Twitter, All Songs Considered NPR podcast.

3. Radio?? I don't even have a radio attenna on my car as it interferes with my iPod.

4. Probably bought an mp3 or 12 over the weekend.

5. I can't get the Jeopardy theme out of my head at the moment.

Marla said...

1.) I listen to music almost constantly. If I'm awake music is on.

2.) The radio.

3.) Sirius the Highway- Channel 60

4.) Last week I went on an itunes shopping spree and bought like six new sonngs. The last one was "Heart Like Mine" by Miranda Lambert

5.) Ummm... I'm trying to live by "Love Like Crazy" by Lee Brice.

5.)

Jen at Cabin Fever said...

1. How often do you listen to music?
Everytime I drive, run outdoors, and when I am tired of listening to the same music while driving and running I hop on pandora.com and listen in hopes of discovering new songs.

2. How do you find new songs, albums or artists to listen to?
see above. ha.

3. What station is the radio nearest you set to at this moment?
101.5
Its all static. Thats the station I can hook my iPhone up to and hear my music through my car radio.

4. When was the last time you bought a CD? A digital music file?
I bought my husband a CD "Best of Charlie Daniels" for Christmas.

5. Can you name one song that has particular significance?
Loudon Wainwright - Daughter. Its the song that my father and I danced to at our wedding. Every time I hear that song I get all misty-eyed and think of my dad. We lived 600 miles apart (me in VT and him in MD) so I don't see him often.

msdewberry said...

1) I listen to music too and from work each day, and also at work for some of the day.
2)Just on the radio stations that are playing. I don't really go looking for them.
3)104.9 Classic Rock. I also like the Blues on my hubby's Serius Radio.
4)I bought Susan Boyle's debut CD.
5)The song "IF" by Bread is very special to me. My hubby sings it to me and it was also our song at our wedding ceremony.

Carolynn said...

1. I listen to music in the Gallery all day long. Mostly, not of my choosing. So, normally, when I get home I like quiet. However, in the last few months, I've been listening to music a lot. In the car & at home.

2. I will hear new songs on the radio, in restaurants, and galleries. If I like it, I'll ask what they're playing.

3. My radio is set to a new station in town called The Shore 104.3 http://www.shore104.com/ You can stream their music, if you want to have a listen for yourself. Their tag line is Roots, Rock & Rythm. I'm not crazy about the rock portion, but the rest of it is very good.

4. I bought a CD just this past weekend. Waylon's Wicked Ways. He's a young Dutch singer with a blusey sound. The weekend before that it was John Mayer's Battle Studies. I love every track on it and I'm wearing it out by playing it so much.

5. No one song has particular significance to me that I can think of. There are lots that bring back memories of one sort or another.

Carolynn

beth said...

1. as often as possible
2. lately, it's usually from other bloggers
3. 104 with connie and fish
4. susan boyle's cd for my mom at christmas
5. pink and her song "glitter in the air"

Stickhorsecowgirls said...

1. I listen to talk radio more than music. I do love music, though!
2. Through friends, or my youngest daughter who has great taste!
3. 102.9FM
4. Hmmm, I think it was a Lional Ritchie best hits!
5. So many! You've got a Friend by James Taylor because it reminds me of being young and carefree!
You're so vain by Carly Simon and
I Honestly Love You by Olivia Newton-John because they were popular when I got married! That dates me for sure! My daughter introduced me to Jack Johnson- absolutely love his music! I like some Beyonce, Rhianna, and Keith Urban and Tim McGraw--so how's that for eclectic tastes!
Always fun! V.

Tiggeriffic said...

1. I listen to music all day and I take I Ipod to bed with me and if I can't sleep I listen to music.
2.On the radeo station, When I'm looking at other blogs I listen to their music
3. 101.9 KNWS Christian radio Waterloo, Iowa
4. Very rarely.. But I heard Ray LaMontagne's music on your blog and I'm going to go buy a CD.
5.Happy Trails To You..Dale Evans and Roy Rogers sing this one. I'm going to have it played as the last song of my funeral.. At my funeral we are going to have a party.. My kids just laugh.

Tiggeriffic said...

1. I listen to music pretty much all day.. When I can't sleep in the middle of the night I get my Ipod and listen to my music and then I go back to sleep.
2.Radio station.. When I'm looking at other peoples blogs I listen to their music..
3. 101.9 Christian Radio..KNWS from Waterloo, Iowa.
4. It's been along time since I bought a CD.. I listened to Ray LaMontagne's music on your blog and I'm going to buy a Cd of his.
5. Happy Trails To You by Dale Evans and Roy Rogers.. I'm going to have this song played at the end of my funeral.. My funeral is going to be happy and they are going to have a party door prizes and all.. My kids just laugh.

Ellen said...

1. How often do you listen to music? Usually only in the car, which can be anywhere from a few minutes to an hour or longer a day.

2. How do you find new songs, albums or artists to listen to? Radio

3. What station is the radio nearest you set to at this moment? WOGL - Oldies in Philadelphia

4. When was the last time you bought a CD? A digital music file? Gah, I can't remember it's been so long.

5. Can you name one song that has particular significance? "Always and Forever" by Heatwave - danced our first dance at our wedding reception to this.

Caroline said...

1. Almost everyday

2. Pandora.com - love love love it!

3. Again, pandora - listening to the St. Germain station I created (you can create your own radio stations there).

4. I bought the soundtrack to New Moon...it's excellent!

5. Basically anything from Prince's Purple Rain album...it's what I had my first kiss (and many kisses) too.

Hilary said...

1.Not every day. Some days I like quiet. Some days I listen to NPR. Then some days I let the music rip.
2. I use my Itouch, and surf around, which is cool, cause you can listen to bits of a song before you buy it. I also listen to Sirius radio, and hear lots of new music there.
3. Sirius, the Coffee House...030.
4.I bought a Ottmar Liebert CD a few months ago, but I have bought several individual songs from Itunes.
5. I love Peter Frampton, btw.
Into the Mystic, by Van Morrison....my all time favorite.

Oliag said...

1. I listen to music every day....especially when I'm in the car, doing housework, sometimes when I'm walking...

2. I find out about most new music on line....especially on NPR's All Songs Considered ...sometimes it's something I learned on another blog....

3. WNPR 89.1 Connecticut Public Radio...but this is all news not music....

4. Oh I want Ray LaMontagne's CD! the last cd I bought was Joanna Newsom's "Have One on Me"...

5. I don't really have a special song....I need to work on that:)

Annie said...

1. yep, in the car, I have a compilation cd that the kids left in there...great kids music. not often otherwise, apart from if I am at home I listen to a program between 10 and 11am where an interviewer talks to someone (usually well known) and they play their favorite pieces of (usually) classical music in between chatting. Hate to miss it. The interviewer is one of the best ever I have heard, and the music generally great! Otherwise, nothing else much.

2. I don't really ever find new pieces, unless they happen to be played on my fav program, see above.

3. Classic FM.

4. Can't remember Kate. Sorry. For the CD's. Probably about more than 4 years ago. Digital music files, never. Never listen on the computer. Sorry I know I am boring.

5. Ah, lots of choral sacred music. mmmm...Sheep may Safely Graze by Bach I think, pops into mind, but it is not the only or best piece. Mozart's Ave Verum Corpus. Sublime. Faure's Requiem I probably should have put at the top. The kids sang it at school...sublime again. argh...there's another one, and I can't remember...argh...and The Song of the Moon, by I can't remember who at the moment. ah, Russalka I think might have been the composer of that last one. Just popped into my brain at the last minute, so I do have about an inch of a brain left at the moment, so it seems! Anything classical sacred choral.

Char said...

1. Daily - i have iTunes up at work all day. Ironically, i listen to talk radio on the way home - usually martha or npr

2. About once a week - i'm always buying new stuff. Last week I was stuck on the soundtrack from Crazy Heart.

3. Martha Stewart Living or Blue Collar Humor - I usually only listen to my Sirius radio stations instead of local stations.

4. I buy music weekly from iTunes.

5. I can name a million songs that have significance to me. I'm not kidding. But my favorite is "when it don't come easy" by Patty Griffin

Hilary said...

1) Daily.. either the radio or on the computer.

2) All the usual suspects - on the radio, tv appearances, friends.. and sometimes via Pandora.

3) Nearest one is downstairs but I suspect that it's set to JAZZ FM91 not because I like Jazz but they do a really good Blues show every Friday night from 8 till midnight, and I like that.

4) I bought a CD at Christmas time. It was Dan Fogelbergs last CD, released posthumously. (sigh!)

5) Not for a particular reason.. not real significance, but I really love DF's Nexus.

bv said...

#1...daily
#2...don't, into all the old...now i am thinking that's weird.
#3...changes with my mood.
#4... gifts at christmas.
#5...i have always thought my life has a sound track..it's true!..there are so many that run thru my head even when i am asleep. todays is 'i'll fly away'. i find a home in blue grass.

Barb T. said...

1. I do listen to music every day!
2. I'm not very adventurous with new music; I like the tried and true. At one time, my 17 yr. old nephew gave me new suggestions, but he has moved on to stuff I'm not interested in anymore--happy to say it isn't rap music!!!
3. WUFT NPR out of Gainesville, FL and WOMX out of Orlando; chatter in the early morning and the serious NPR stuff for later in the day!
4. The last CD I bought was Magic by Bruce Springsteen; my last digital download for the I Pod was a Pink song--is the title "Don't Leave Me!?"
5. My significant song is even further back, Kate! My first true love would sing Bread's "Baby I'ma Want You" to me and melt my heart!!!

Jayne said...

1. Every single day, mostly in the car, but also sitting here in front of the computer and in my nightly bath (usually with Jim Brickman!)

2. Usually on satellite radio, or I check out the new offerings from favorite artists on iTunes.

3. I mostly listen to Sirius/XM and mostly to The Blend

4. We purchase a good bit from iTunes, and have a good sized digital music library... between hubby and me....around 3300 songs.

5. So many songs can define portions of my life that when I hear them, I am transported back in memories.

BUSH BABE said...

1. How often do you listen to music? Mostly in the car - for short bursts every day and full blast while driving long distances (on my own).

2. How do you find new songs, albums or artists to listen to? Depends - mostly radio (though the next answer will explain why I haven't added any lately).

3. What station is the radio nearest you set to at this moment? ABC (Aussie talkback and news) - pretty much all we get out here! I go a bit silly with the stations when I hit the Big Smoke these days!

4. When was the last time you bought a CD? A digital music file? Downloaded Walking On Sunshine to ipod (for my son ostensibly!)

5. Can you name one song that has particular significance? The Sweetest Thing by U2 - 'blue eyed boy meets brown eyed girl, ooohhhh oh, The Sweetest Thing' - which was big when I first met my hubby-to-be.

Deb said...

Love the photo = butterflies are one of my favorite winged creatures :)

1. How often do you listen to music:
Fairly often -
2. How do you find new songs, albums or artists to listen to?
Pandora radio on the 'puter.
3. What station is the radio nearest you set to at this moment:
Pandora
4. When was the last time you bought a CD?
December - an exercise CD :(
5. Can you name one song that has particular significance?
The Dance by Garth Brooks

As always, fun questions & answers -

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Hi Kate:

1. How often do you listen to music? almost daily

2. How do you find new songs, albums or artists to listen to? radio, iTunes and my husband

3. What station is the radio nearest you set to at this moment? 89.7 (70's soft rock)

4. When was the last time you bought a CD? A digital music file? about six months ago

5. Can you name one song that has particular significance? The Beatles' The Long and Winding Road. It was the processional for our wedding in 1984. (Our music was TL&WR, In My Life - also Beatles, and What Are You Doing The Rest Of You Life? They're all three special to me.)

Nurse Nancy said...

1. How often do you listen to music? All day at work
2. How do you find new songs, albums, or artists? Usually through Pandora.
3. What station is the radio nearest you set to at this moment? WSHU (Local NPR station)
4. When was the last time you bought a CD? A digital music file? iTunes file of Bon Jovi for JBM.
5. Can you name one song that has particular significance? Nothings Gonna Stop Us Now by Starship. We danced to this song at our wedding and it has carried a theme through our life together.

Mental P Mama said...

1. I listen to music every day.
2. I find new music on the radio!
3. I have mine on XM 120 (MSNBC)
4. A CD? Probably a year ago. A digital file? Last week...The Kings of Leon! Love them;)
5. Mississippi Queen by Mountain. My identity;)

Mary Elizabeth said...

1. All the time...in the car, while exercising, blogging, and cooking.
2. I've found some great music on blogs. My Molly-Girl is good at suggesting music for me too.
3. The only radio I listen to is in the car...a satellite station called "The Highway".
4. Christmas...I bought Sting's "If on a Winter's Night"
5. "My Life" (Beatles)...used it in my children's graduation videos, and danced to it with my son at his wedding!

Marilyn said...

Listen....all the time.
Find...nowadays mostly from tv Station...don't actually know the call letters..95.9
CD...don't remember
Significance...Rod Stewart Maggie May...song that played as we fell in love...lots of wrecked beds in those days!!! :)

These Nine Acres said...

1. Every day at some point...usually in the car.

2. Usually through satellite radio.

3. The Coffee House on Sirius.

4. Uh...a few months ago, I guess.

5. Hmmmm...besides the song my husband and I danced to at our wedding, nothing comes to mind.

Andi said...

Morning!!


1. How often do you listen to music? Daily in the car mostly. When I am home alone, I usually have HGTV or FoodTv on the television instead of the radio on.Does hearing my kids music when they are listening count?

2. How do you find new songs, albums or artists to listen to? Radio, CMT, suggestions from friends, my kids

3. What station is the radio nearest you set to at this moment?
Country Music station.

4. When was the last time you bought a CD? A digital music file?
Um - don't tell on me. My dh refuses to buy music when he can "share" with friends. I hate it, and refuse to use it - I am the only one with no MP3 or I pod in the house. I listen to all my music on the radio.

5. Can you name one song that has particular significance? There are a lot...but the most significant to me is "our" song - You're the Inspiration by Chicago. My Dh sung along with the song to me in the middle of the dance floor at prom. At the time I was mortified, now it is sweet, and has been "our song" since. Every time either of us hears it we call each other. And same as you, that was a loooong time ago!

Crystal Jigsaw said...

1. Not very often. Occasionally if I'm on my own in the car.

2. I don't think I do, I listen to older songs.

3. Radio Newcastle, but I rarely listen to it!

4. I bought Justin Bieber for Amy a few weeks ago.

5. I guess that would have to be Elgar's Nimrod, the piece we played at my dad's funeral.

CJ xx

Rachel Lynn said...

1. How often do you listen to music?
Everyday, as often as I can.
2. How do you find new songs, albums or artists to listen to?
When they come up on my Pandora.
3. What station is the radio nearest you set to at this moment?
I have no idea, I mostly use CDs in the car because the radio doesn't pick up much here. My Pandora is on the Todd Agnew station.
4. When was the last time you bought a CD?
I bought a Cheryl Crow CD a few weeks ago.
A digital music file?
Sometime last year when I still had money on an iTunes gift card.
5. Can you name one song that has particular significance?
I can't think of one, but songs just kind of hit me sometimes when they come on.

altar ego said...

1. How often do you listen to music?
Not often enough, especially since my public radio station forsook music (except for Thistle and Shamrock: thank goodness for the Celts, my favorite!). In the car it's a given, but at home I'm usually on the move between rooms.

2. How do you find new songs, albums or artists to listen to?
Sadly, this will betray my age: commercials on TV, live appearances on Dancing with the Stars, and other public events. I told you it was sad.

3. What station is the radio nearest you set to at this moment?
Public radio. In the car the next button is country. I know, I'm a conundrum.

4. When was the last time you bought a CD? A digital music file?
Sigh. I don't remember.

5. Can you name one song that has particular significance?
I'm having trouble coming up with just one. There are many--so many that I don't keep track.

The Japanese Redneck said...

1. In the car, in the barn and sometimes at my desk.

2. Mainly from the radio stations.

3. 102.9 Miss 103 - Jackson, MS

4. Forever ago - it was a Rascal Flatts CD

5. One More Day - Diamond Rio - my sister and I went to pick the flowers for our mothers funeral and it came on in the car - we picked it to be one of the songs that was played

Daryl said...

1. Not often enough

2. Well I rely on the kindness of my friends to tell me/share with me

3. radio? what is a radio?

4. I downloaded Pink Martini's Splendor in the Grass from iTunes about 2-3 weeks ago

5. Hall & Oates Abandoned Luncheonette 'album' has all the songs of our courtship (ahem).

Snappy Di said...

1. Almost daily and usually when I am driving.

2. I search iTunes for new songs but to be honest have been completely disappointed in the new stuff for about 6 months now.

3. Oh gosh.. that would be a station on the radio in my SUV and have nooooo idea what any of the channels are set to. Lame, I know.

4. I ordered one off of Amazon just before Christmas. It's the songs from the movie Serendipity... in fact think I will listen to it now.. Thanks for the reminder, Kate!

5. I have always loved the song 'Reminiscing' by Little River Band. It was a favorite of a boyfriend and I that I dated back over 30 years ago... but I definitely relate to it in my marriage to Hubby. It just makes me smile.

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Jill of All Trades said...

First...Love the picture...

1. I listen to music almost constantly in the car and I'm in the car everyday. Also, usually while reading or posting blog stuff.
2. I find new "music" from the TV like VH1, MTV, friends, and sometimes just typing in type of music to see what's out there.
3. 106.1 in Tulsa.
4. I bought CD last week on Amazon and then downloaded some music on ITunes.
5. Leon Russell's "Little Hideaway"...for me and my guy. It's our song

Anonymous said...

1. Listen to music in the car to and from work...
2. My students recommend songs to me or i'll look up songs i've heard during tv shows i watch
3. Computer: Pandora. set to a Poison (as in Bret Michaels) station
4. downloaded itunes for a trip to AZ
5. Solid as a Rock

Beautiful photo as usual!
Manden

Merisi said...

I love the photograph, especially the angle it was taken!

Madi and Mom said...

Great post...
1.I have a radio on my desk that I keep on all day
2.Radio
3. WQDR-FM
4. at Christmas I bought Michael Buble
5. 2 songs not especially with significance but when I hear them I stop what I'm doing to enjoy them.
'Strangers on the Shore' by Acker Bilk and 'The Theme to A Summer Place'.
Madi and Mom

heartfeltcynic said...

1. How often do you listen to music?
Any time I am in the car and lately every day that I stay at home via iTunes, iheartradio.com or radio stations' own websites.

2. How do you find new songs, albums or artists to listen to?
I get most of my suggestions from my friends via their postings of videos and songs on their Facebook pages and a couple other friends just in conversation through emails/chats. Another way is by using iTunes genius playlist, Pandora.com or checking out who actually just sang that last song I heard somewhere and really liked.

3. What station is the radio nearest you set to at this moment?
I haven't a radio in my room BUT when I listened to radio through iheartradio's website, I listened to DC 101 (rock station here in DC) and the last station I listened to on my phone was WFUV 90.7 fm in NYC (public radio station from Fordham University).

4. When was the last time you bought a CD? A digital music file?
I haven't bought a CD in ages but I did receive two for Christmas from my father (the Millennium Collections Best of B.B. King and their Best of Etta James). He knows how much I love both of them and music in general so he also got me an iTunes gift card which I used to buy myself Norah Jones' new album "The Fall" as a birthday present to myself.

5. Can you name one song that has particular significance?
So many...but one that has the most significance to me in the last few years is "Passing Afternoon" by Iron & Wine. You can listen to it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36dIQfL5kFQ Significance: it's the song I used in a slideshow for my Grandmother's memorial service after she passed away 12/26/07.

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

FINALLY! Tonight I can post a comment. I'm so excited I forgot the questions, but I listen to the radio every day, right now it's tuned to NPR. I don't buy CDs any more because I understand that's almost as passe as a 45 or an album, and I don't want to embarass my children any further.

The songs that have significance to me are far too many, but for now I'm going to go with Let's Get It On by Marvin Gaye. ALso, Give it Up by Marvin Gaye. Also, Popcorn by James Brown. Also, anything by Earth, Wind and Fire, and most things by KC and the Sunshine Band. I'm so excited I can comment, I don't know how to turn myself off.

wv: dersca. The Russians hurt their derscas when they dance to James Brown's Popcorn, there's just something about that song that makes you want to move.

Donna S. said...

1. Mainly in the car or when my young granddaughters have their music on.
2. Radio
3. Some country station.
4. Long time. My husband buys the digital music.
5. Even longer ago...My Girl by The Temptations-our first dance. What A Wonderful World....I sang it to all my grandbabies-if my 1st grandson was fussy in the car & I put that on & sang it he qould get quiet.

Chrissykat said...

1. Every day...in my truck or on the treadmill or on the great stations they have now on Direct TV.

2. I find a lot of songs from "So You Think You Can Dance" and "House, MD" TV shows...they both have great music! Also Pandora Radio helps you find similar artists to your current favorites.

3. Right now the closest radio station is set to Big Band/Swing & my iPod is set to The Beatles & the CDs in my truck are The Weepies. I like a lot of different music.

4. The last CD I bought was "Wicked" when we went to see the musical. And I do buy songs & albums from iTunes.

5. Every time my family has any kind of reunion, we sit in a circle and sing "Old Cape Cod." Also my husband wrote and recorded a song for me as a surprise for our first dance at our wedding. Those two songs mean a great deal to me.

Kerri said...

#1 - Whenever I am in the car. Sometimes when I'm blogging :)
#2 - Coffee House on XM - Soundstage on TV (just saw Counting Crows tonight and I'm hooked - CD title Saturday night and Sundays mornings - on my wish list now - ordering it tonight.

#3.My nearest radio is the XM - and its on Coffee House.

#4. Buying one tonight - the Counting Crows I just mentioned above. You really need to check it out (if you don't know it already). FABULOUS!

#5. Journey - Open Arms - from the 80s. My song with my first love.

PS - If you haven't heard: The Hush Sound ~ they are FABULOUS! In my CD player in the car now - I know the words my heart - they move me.
Here's a link: http://www.amazon.com/Like-Vines-Hush-Sound/dp/B000FFJ8BW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1273108317&sr=8-1

Really - listen to a few - I think you'll love them!!

So now I'll stop rambling ;)