Monday, February 8, 2010

Ipod Playlist

Using my wife's pink ipod.

I'm now relying on the ipod to take me through my long runs. Here is my playlist:

3 AM Matchbox Twenty
Tumbling Dice The Rolling Stones
Train in Vain (Stand by Me) The Clash
This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody) Talking Heads
Think About Me Fleetwood Mac
Texarkana R.E.M.
Stay With Me Faces
Shaking Through R.E.M. Murmur
Roadrunner The Modern Lovers
Pablo Picasso The Modern Lovers
Ooh la la Faces
No. 13 Baby Pixies
No Speak No Slave The Black Crowes
My Morning Song The Black Crowes
Mrs. Robinson The Lemonheads
Motorcycle Love & Rockets
Man in the Box Alice In Chains
Lust For Life Iggy Pop
Loving Cup The Rolling Stones
Julie Don't Live Here Electric Light Orchestra
It's A Shame About Ray The Lemonheads
If I Didn't Love You Squeeze
I Was Only Joking Rod Stewart
I Remember California R.E.M.
I Believe R.E.M.
Houses In Motion Talking Heads
Had Me a Real Good Time Faces
Gouge Away Pixies Doolittle
Get Up R.E.M.
Found A Job Talking Heads
Can't You Hear Me Knocking The Rolling Stones
Bright Lights Matchbox Twenty
The Bouncer Electric Light Orchestra
Boogie Shoes KC & The Sunshine Band
Good Matchbox Twenty

Need to invest in my own one of these days. 6 tomorrow, then 8 on Wed, and 6 again on Thursday. Go Daddy!


Pat said...

and what's wrong with Train?

Jamoosh said...

Texarkana by REM - totally forgot about that song. Great list!

Adam said...

Does the pink ipod come with ruffles?

You have some good ones on there. Radio head? Score.

What are your thoughts on using it for the race in June? I am pretty sure that RnR they are legal.

Anonymous said...

The Clash, Talking Heads, Love & Rockets...nice playlist! Have fun discovering what you want to hear during RNR in SD!

rgalprelives said...

Nice playlist, Jeff.

Train in Vain! Love it. You move up on my cool scale from a modest 4 to 5. By the way, the scale goes to 100 so don't get too excited. But seriously I jest. I like to alternate runs with music and without. For some reason I come back happier post-run after listening to music. After a non-musical run I usually just think that was a workout. With music I seem to fly.

Oh and Pink...easy to find if you drop it I guess.

And if I haven't mentioned it yet, great blog. I plan to get serious and start my own at some point. But at the present the son and wife get all of my free time.

talk later.