Monday, September 29, 2014

Music From a Work Day, Part 2

Moar music!

Friday, I recorded the Pandora music as planned.  It ended up being a particularly good day for it, since I was covering for our early shift and had a bit more time to listen to music than I would consider normal.  Fair warning, it's long AND I ramble at the end with additional commentary.  So, without further ado, my list:

  • Matchbox Twenty - Back 2 Good
  • Louis CK - Fat Guy Problems (comedy routine)
  • Everclear - Wonderful
  • Killers - Romeo And Juliet
  • Tenacious D - Kickapoo
  • Wicked Original Broadway Cast - Dancing Through Life
  •  Simon & Garfunkel - Kathy's Song
  • Flight of the Conchords - Inner City Pressure
  • Beatles - Let It Be
  • All-American Rejects - Swing, Swing
  • John Mulaney - Female Heist/Delta Airlines (comedy routine)
  • Simon & Garfunkel - Sounds Of Silence (live)
  • Anthem Lights - Best of 2012 Pop Mash-Up
  • Flight of the Conchords - Carol Brown
  • All-American Rejects - Swing, Swing
  • The Offspring - Trust In You
  • Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young - Teach Your Children
  • Louis CK - Time Machine (comedy routine)
  • Mandy Moore - When Will My Life Begin (Tangled)
  • Les Miserables Original Broadway Cast - Finale
  • Tom Lehrer (hooray) - The Elements (comedy song)
  • Weird Al Yankovic - Virus Alert
  • Cake - Mahna, Mahna
  • John Denver - Rocky Mountain High (unplugged, live)
  • Miss Saigon Original Broadway Cast - I'd Give My Life For You
  • Rent Original Broadway Cast - Without You
  • Shrek Original Broadway Cast - This Is Our Story
  • Tom Lehrer - When You Are Old And Grey (comedy song) 
  • Mary Poppins Motion Picture Soundtrack - Chim Chim Cher-E
  • Simon & Garfunkel - Only Living Boy In New York
  • John Denver - Rocky Mountain High
  • Steven Lynch - D&D (comedy song)
  • Christina Perri - Human
  • Weird Al Yankovic - Polka Power
  • Fun - We Are Young
 Whew.  Congratulations for making it this far, I wish I could award an achievement for making it through that list.  Oh wait, I can!

As I've been working on this, I've been reading up a bit on targeted advertising.  It is an interesting thing, very interesting.  I am vaguely planning to write about that once I finish wrapping my head around the comparison between lists.

Now, I can't begin to wrap my head around this without some analysis.  If you work with me, you probably saw that coming.  I'll get working on that post it in Part 3.  Which may actually talk about something interesting, rather than list music I listen to.

But probably not.

1 comment:

  1. This list is equally as spectacular as the last one, and better because its longer. Seems more musicals? This list is really a thing to behold Tenacious D to Mary Poppins to The Beatles to Louis CK to Everclear to John freaking Denver! It is musical whiplash - or maybe just an amazing musical roller coaster - with lots of twists and turns! I can't wait to read your overall conclusions. S & Gs The Only Living Boy in New York was brilliantly placed in Garden State - and even reading the title, I can re-live that screaming scene. Just sayin...