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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

The 6 Songs Post !

Its been what almost 3 years since I started writing here and I thought 3 years is enough of a time for you to atleast know my 6 fav songs ( Hopelessly self absorbed I know hehe), anyways by knowing these songs you will get to know me The BlogOwner a wee bit more. Enjoy the Show

Song no  1 -- I got a feeling -- cover version by Mongolian Chop Squad

I heard this song in my fourth year of college, it was a rather tumultuous time in my campus life and this song made it a lil easier and kinda gave a rather sublime look to my feelings. Do hear it once and watch out for the slow introduction of instruments one after the other.

Song No 2 -- My World -- Avril Lavigne


It was the summer of 2002 that I came upon Avril Lavigne and her brand of music and incidentally hers was the first album I ever bought ( Yes I see you accusing me of Piracy btw how many movies do you have on your portable hard disk right now ), as it would turn out that I would listen to this album day in day out till my Walkman would give up on me. This song really lets you free and enjoy your surroundings without worrying about the next class or the fast approaching mid terms.

Song No 3 -- Subterranean Homesick Blues -- Bob Dylan

This song to me is one of the fines examples of poetry laced music that is so Dylanish ( I think I invented a word there). The song is kind of an advice to a young man who has just joined the Adult Club and is my fav Office time song. The opening lines " Johny's in the basement mixing up the medicine I am on the pavement thinking bout the Government " are kinda very apt for my work profile :).

Song No 4 -- Hallelujah -- Jeff Buckley

I heard this song while watching Season 1 of THE OC and since then it has been always associated with the feelings of Longings and Love.  

"Baby I've been here before
I've seen this room and I've walked this floor, (You know)
I used to live alone before I knew ya
And I've seen your flag on the marble arch
and love is not a victory march
It's a cold and it's a broken Hallelujah"



Song No 5 -- Little by Little -- Oasis

There's a rather funny story behind this one, as it turns out I have sung this song on AIR yes you heard it right on an FM station , now next time you meet me you can call me Mr. Awesome lol.

Song No 6 -- Lonely Planet Theme

Well this one is not even a song and I heard it what may be 6 may be 7 years ago on The Discovery Channel on a show called Lonely Planet and since then it plays in my head when ever I go out on a vacation and listening to it makes me remember all the trips that I have gone on and the experiences I have had there.

So guys that sums up my 6 Song Post, I know some of you must have expected to read a NOTHING specially considering the amount of time I have taken off from the Blog, to them I would just like to say that NOTHING 8 and 9 are brewing just wait and keep checking in.

The Blog Owner orders you to have a fun in the week ahead !

7 comments:

UBERMOUTH said...

Gee, when did you start listening to music- 1990? Just kidding.

crackfire said...

I listen to every kind of Music from Classic Rock to Jazz but these are the top 6 songs that are playin in my head these days.

Anonymous said...

hmmm :)

- Hansa

Amiya said...

I love SHB and Hallelujah too. Can listen to Hallelujah again & again a thousand times but I've got the John Cale version. And one particular portion of the lyrics, I like it better in the original:
"It doesn't matter which you heard
The holy or the broken Hallelujah"

I don't seem to have heard the first song. Mail it to me if you got it?

Steph said...

You have eclectic taste. ;)

~Lord Anshul said...

nothing aandozzzzz

crackfire said...

Amiya, Good to hear that we have the same taste when it comes to music, requested song already sent :)

Steph, Why thankyou !

Lord, Errr what ?