February 01, 2005

Harvey Tagged Me--Now What????

There's some music thing going around and because Harvey wasn't practicing safe blogging he passed it on to me. I hate playing games without knowing the rules! Oh, well--I am a good sport, you know.

Random Ten Albums So like nobody explained this to me...a random list of ten albums I own? A random list of albums I've heard of? A list of random albums I wish I owned? Can I list CDs and cassettes or do they have to be albums?

Okay, here is a list of albums I remember I owned in the days of record players:

Toys in the Attic (Aerosmith)
Chicago Transit Authority (Chicago)
Santana's Greatest Hits (Santana)
Best of the Doobies (Doobie Brothers)
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Beatles)
Pieces of Eight (Styx)
Out of the Blue (Electric Light Orchestra)
Destroyer (Kiss)
Works Volume I (Emerson Lake and Palmer)
Hotel California (The Eagles)

Some of those I also have on CD. Some I outgrew.

1. What is the total amount of music files on your computer? I have 14 mp3s. I didn't count the .wavs, since one game alone had a gazillion.

2. The last CD you bought is: George Thorogood & the Destroyers 30 Years of Rock

3. What is the song you last listened to before this message: (Grumbles. Goes over to CD player to find case for The Brian Setzer Orchestra and find title to last song on disc.) "As Long As I'm Singin'".

4: Five songs you often listen to or that mean a lot to you:
Bad to the Bone--George Thorogood & the Destroyers
The Immigrant Song--Led Zeppelin
Fortress Around Your Heart--Sting
Pressure--Billy Joel
The Devil Went Down to Georgia--The Charlie Daniels Band

5. Who are you gonna pass this stick to (five persons and why)?

I hate chain letters. I tear 'em up and throw 'em away. But since these folks will only know I picked 'em to play if they actually read this post, maybe they won't be annoyed with me. Or maybe they will. Um, anyway...

Tiger, because he doesn't get nearly enough linky love from me these days
Jennifer, to give her a break from the History 'n Stuff
Ted, because unless Ted plays, nobody has any fun
Tuning Spork, for something to do when he's got nuthin'
And finally, the Great and Powerful Pixy Misa, just to see if even he can determine the total amount of music files on his computer(s)....

Posted by Susie at February 1, 2005 08:33 AM
Comments

By an odd coincidence, Pieces of Eight was the first album I ever bought with my own money.

Yes, it was a 12 inch vinyl disc :-)

Posted by: Harvey at February 1, 2005 06:20 PM