Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Some Songs I Never Get Sick Of

If you're anything like me, you've loaded up your digital music player or smartphone with hundreds of songs - only to skip track after track until you randomly hit one you really want to hear.

I like all of the music on my phone; why would I keep it there if I didn't? But 80 percent of my music needs a particular mood, a time and place that suits it. Only a select number of songs force me to stop and listen. Here are just a few of them:

"The Shape of Things to Come," Bear McCreary

"Like Flames," Berlin

"Wide Awake," Katy Perry

"The Rockford Files," Mike Post

"Love and Anger," Kate Bush

"You've Got to Hide Your Love Away," The Beatles

"The Big Rescue," John Williams

"More Than This," Roxy Music

"Don Quixote," Gordon Lightfoot

"Shadows of the Night," Pat Benetar

"Leaving Drydock," Jerry Goldsmith

"Roll With the Changes," REO Speedwagon

"Heroes," David Bowie

"All I Want," Lightning Seeds

"Barnaby Jones," Jerry Goldsmith

"UFO," Barry Gray

"Dream is Collapsing," Hans Zimmer

"Baba O'Riley," The Who


Stephen Fitzpatrick said...

All that 70s TV sound makes me yearn for the Invisible Man theme!

"The Jefftcast" said...

If you like re-invented seventies, you'd like Soma FM Secret Agent, or maybe Illinois Street Lounge. There's other great stations as well.