- David Gray/Jackdaw, First Chance, Breathe I've loved David Gray's music since college. He has such a passionate voice. And his music continues to be good (even though his music doesn't get the notoriety it deserves).
- Wakey!Wakey!/Brooklyn <----- If you click one link on this post, make it this one. The piano in this song is GORGEOUS!
- Kris Allen/Heartless and Live Like We're Dying He was my fave on AI early on. I normally can't spot the winner that quickly. So yay!
- Right Away, Great Captain/I Was a Cage I found this one on Michelle's blog playlist. Confession: sometimes I go to her blog just for the music. :)
- The Avett Brothers/I and Love and You I don't have much to say except that I really really like this song. I was afraid if this was the only one I left blank you'd think it was no good. So not the case!
- Kate Voegele/You Can't Break a Broken Heart and Devil in Me Her album was the first full album I ever downloaded from iTunes. It's a good one.
- Ingrid Michaelson/Maybe Pretty, pretty video.
- Everly/Maybe Apparently I like songs titled "Maybe". :)
- Slipknot/Snuff So I don't normally like Slipknot (translation: people in masks creep me out something fierce) but the song is surprisingly good.
- Jack's Mannequin/Swim I really prefer the version performed on the Daily Show, but the recording is great, too, and I love the video.
- Marie Digby/What I've Done A very pretty cover of the Linkin Park song.
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
my playlist - part one
When I asked for blogging suggestions the other day, Sarah had a great idea (actually several, but I'm only using one at a time) -- talk about my playlist. Actually, I have several. Today, I'll talk about what's on my iPhone at the moment.
I'm a mellow music kinda gal. So many of my favorite songs come from the last 5 minutes of shows like Scrubs and One Tree Hill -- acoustic stuff that plays up a dramatic or reflective sequence. Here's a sampling of the songs I keep with me at all times: