Thursday, April 30, 2009

Travelin' Tunes

It is getting more and more difficult to find samples of music in order to give you an idea of what these selections sound like. You can, of course, always go into iTunes, sign on, and listen to the selections. This is my preferred method of previewing songs to add to my iPod. I hear songs reviewed on the radio, the t.v., and sometimes movie scores. Here is this week's selection of what I have purchased on iTunes. Gearing up for the road trip to New York!


The London Orchestral Symphony Orchestral Rock Songs of the Rolling Stones Rock (Orchestral Version)
Satisfaction
H***y Tonk Woman
Angie
Not Fade Away
Beast of Burden
Get Off of My Cloud
Sympathy for the Devil
Street Fighting Man
Ruby Tuesday
Let's Spend the Night Together
Paint It Black
Jumping Jack Flash
Nervous Breakdown
Gimme Shelter
Fool to Cry



"Chasing Cars " - Snow Patrol - Eyes Open (Alternative)





"Berceuse" Stephen Hough & Steven Isserlis Children's Cello (Classical)




"Mad World" (American Idol Studio Version) Adam Lambert - Pop




"Like a Hurricane" Adam Sandler Covered, a Revolution In Sound: Warner Bros. Records (Pop)




"Little Serenade " Adrian Leaper & Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Best of British Light Music (Classical)



"The Wedding" listen
"The Cabinet of Curiosities"
"Doctor Merivel"
"Main Titles"listen
James Newton Howard Restoration (Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack)


I really like the idea that you can purchase just the one track that you want on an album. I know the artists are complaining about not selling the entire CD, but often there is only one track that I want, and I think of it as spreading the wealth amongst many as opposed to purchasing just one album at a time.

Anastacia - I'm Outta Love was the last dance that Julianne and Chuck did on Dancing with the Stars before they were eliminated. Great dance song. The video is terrible quality, so close your eyes and imagine what you will.

Enya's "Shepherd Moon" can be seen via Youtube in the previous post.

Keep on movin' !!!

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