Friday, October 20, 2006

Just for Fun.

I've got some time on my hands, babe is asleep and I have thirty minutes before Evan gets home. I thought this little questionaire that some other blog friends have done looked like fun. I just love music and often have it playing when I am home. My car stereo was stolen a few months back and has yet to be replaced. Despite my own singing accompanied by Johnny's yells, giggles and "gawks", driving just isn't the same.
Anyways, here it goes...
WHAT WOULD THE SOUNDTRACK TO YOUR LIFE BE?
So, here's how it works:
1. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc)
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For every question, type the song that's playing
5. When you go to a new question, press the next button
* I did skip songs, but only the ones that were strictly Evan's music and songs I never actually listen to.(i.e. he is a big dinosaur jr. fan, me, not so much.)

*Opening Credits: Metal Heart- Pedro the Lion.
*Waking Up: The One Red Star- Songs:Ohia.
*First Day of School- A Hunting We Will Go- Hem. ( I actuall skipped the Jimmie Rodgers song, Pistol Packing Papa, because I didn't think it counted as MY music. This was what came on next.What's with the gun theme?)
*Falling in Love: Quito- The Mountain Goats.
*Fight Song: Smooth Death- The Danielson Family.
*Breaking Up: All the Morning Birds- Jolie Holland
*Prom: The Beast in Me- Johnny Cash.
*Life: Lucky- Hem.
*Career: Byrd Joel- Red House Painters.
*Mental Breakdown: Ghost Waltz- Jolie Holland.
*Driving: Stable Boy Song- The Mountain Goats.
*Flashback: Big Decision- Damien Jurado. (Just saw him in concert Wednesday night.I was hoping he would show up on this thing.He is one of my favorites!)
*Getting Back Together: Willful Supsension of Disbelief- Modest Mouse.
*Wedding: He Lays in the Reins-Calexico/Iron&Wine.
*Birth of a Child: Show Me- Over the Rhine.
*Midlife Crisis: To Those Who Will Burn- Damien Jurado.
*Final Battle: Carry Me Ohio- Sun Kil Moon.
*Death Scene: I Can Not Have Seen the Light- Magnolia Electric Company.(well, that wasn't planned)
*Funeral Song: Rosewood Casket- Damien Jurado. HA! I am entering these as they play and it's pretty funny how well this last one works.A rosewood casket will be just fine for me, thank you. It's a very pretty song, and if you haven't heard of him, I'd encourage you to give him a listen.
*Ending Credits: Disillusion- Badly Drawn Boy.
The End.

17 comments:

Aaron said...

Wow...that was cool.

I recognize about 70% of your music, and listen to about 40% of it.

I'll attempt this on Monday as I have a much larger selection on my iTunes at work.

annie said...

Aaron,
I knew you would comment on this one.
I am a little disappointed at how little of my music was actually represented in the shuffle. Although,most of my favorites did show up. Some, I would've prefered no to play.
I am interested to read yours.
Have a blessed and restful weekend.

David said...

Here it goes:

David:
*Opening Credits: Let's Go to Bed - The Cure
*Waking Up: Pass the Mic - The Beastie Boys
*First Day of School: A Sunday - Jimmy Eat World
*Falling in Love: It Follows - Minor Threat
*Fight Song: Promise - Violent Femmes
*Breaking Up: A Lack of Color - Death Cab for Cutie
*Prom: Omission - Quicksand
*Life: I Can't Wait - Sundays
*Career: Holiday - Weezer
*Mental Breakdown: Last Nite - The Strokes
*Driving: Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic - The Police
*Flashback: A Message - Coldplay
*Getting Back Together: A You Tuned In? - Snapcase
*Wedding: Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash :^)
*Birth of a Child: Seven - Sunny Day Real Estate
*Midlife Crisis: You Can Demand - Pennywise
*Final Battle: Bleeding Orange - Snapcase
*Death Scene: Invisible Sun - The Police
*Funeral Song: Sour Grapes - The Descendents
*Ending Credits: Good Intentions - Gorilla Biscuits

Nicole:
*Opening Credits: Someday - The Strokes
*Waking Up: Are You Experienced - Jimi Hendrix
*First Day of School: Vein of Stars - The Flaming Lips
*Falling in Love: God Made Me - The Sundays
*Fight Song: Say it Ain't So - Weezer
*Breaking Up: Do Right Woman Do Right Man - Aretha Franklin
*Prom: Punky Reggae Party - Bob Marley
*Life: Float On - Modest Mouse
*Career: Julia - Beatles
*Mental Breakdown: I Know You Love Me - Smoking Popes
*Driving: Where It's At - Beck
*Flashback: Soma - The Strokes
*Getting Back Together: Marching Bands of Manhattan - Death Cab for Cutie
*Wedding: Love Cats - The Cure
*Birth of a Child: Pillars - Sunny Day Real Estate
*Midlife Crisis: Subterranean Homesick Alien - Radiohead
*Final Battle: Foxey Lady - Jimi Hendrix
*Death Scene: Grinding Halt - The Cure
*Funeral Song: In From the Storm - Jimi Hendrix
*Ending Credits: William, It Was Really Nothing - The Smiths :^)

Evan said...

My funeral song could not have been more appropriate if I'd picked it myself.

•Opening Credits: Mercy Seat>Johnny Cash
•Waking Up: Bad Cartridge (E-Pro remix)>Beck
•First Day of School: The Cuckoo>Bob Dylan
•Falling In Love: Traded for Fire>Dolorean
•Fight Song: Remember Me>Charles Caldwell
•Breaking Up: Tuesday,July 18,2006>Damien Jurado
•Prom: Another Man's Vine>Tom Waits
•Life: Creator>Meat Puppets
•Career: Shake 'Em On Down>Fred McDowell
•Mental Breakdown: A Mind of Her Own>Pedro the Lion
•Driving: Coal-Wasted Avalanche>Horns of Happiness
•Flashback: Thomas Denver Jonsson>Dreams at the Film Club
•Getting Back Together: Space is Gonna Do Me Good>Frank Black
•Wedding: REC>Jens Lekman
•Birth of a Child: Hard to Love a Man>Magnolia Electric Co.
•Midlife Crisis: The Problem With April>Of Montreal
•Final Battle: Tonight I Will Retire>Damien Jurado
•Death Scene: Stone On the Water>Badly Drawn Boy
•Funeral Song: Monkey Gone to Heaven>Pixies
•Ending Credits: Didn't it Rain>Songs:Ohia

anniekeeling said...

Hey David and Nicole,
Glad I am not the only one who took the time to do this thing. Kind of fun, eh.
And nice music, by the way.
I don't know if Kevin mentioned it to you, but we are planning a weekend to visit and would love to go to church with you guys. We are thinking the first weekend of November.Still need to let Kevin and Anna know. I look forward to meeting you both.

Ev,
That's pretty funny!(and appropriate)
Why didn't a pixie song show up on mine? no fair.

Aaron said...

Evan,

I hate to be a spaz, but the way your songs match up with the themes is incredible. Nice shuffling.

David & Nicole said...

Hi Annie,

That's great that you guys are coming up soon. We'd love for you guys to come to church with us! We'll have to all hang out that weekend. We're looking forward to meeting you as well.

See you soon.

David & Nicole

Carol said...

hey annie- not sure how to e-mail you, but I was wondering what parish you attend. We had a priest at our parish today from St. John Damascus near San Diego and I was wondering if hewas from your church.

carol

Julie said...

I actually did this, Annie! Very fun. I do like the choice that came up for 'Life.' Here's my wacko list:

*Opening Credits: Sensitivity - Ralph Tresvant
*Waking Up: Silently - Maxwell
*First Day of School- Half Crazy - Musiq
*Falling in Love: Hips Don't Lie - Shakira
*Fight Song: Next Lifetime - Erykah Badu
*Breaking Up: Mudfootball - Jack Johnson
*Prom: Sexyback - Justin Timberlake
*Life: What a Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong
*Career: Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad - Moby
*Mental Breakdown: Lovers Rock - Sade
*Driving: So Fresh, So Clean - Outkast
*Flashback: Rocksteady - Jamiroquai
*Getting Back Together: Please Don't Go Away From Me - Boys II Men
*Wedding: If I Ever Fall in Love Again - Shai
*Birth of a Child: By Your Side - Sade
*Midlife Crisis: Feelin' The Same Way - Norah Jones
*Final Battle: Gold Digger - Kanyae West
*Death Scene: Fragile - Sting
*Funeral Song: Zachary - Sonia Dada
*Ending Credits: Again - Janet Jackson

Julie

Kiko and/or Vincent said...

Hey Annie...I was surfing the net, ended up at our class site...then ended up on your blog. I was going to 'surf' on by without leaving a trace that I was here but saw the list of songs...nice collection. Danielson as your 'fight' song huh? I have to say, his voice makes me wanna fight somebody (especially my husband who loves em'). :)

annie said...

It's funny how everyone's list has atleast one song that completely fits the topic. Great list, Julie! I now know who's house to go to when I want to dance.

It's Kiko, the newlywed! Thanks for making yourself known. And you are right about Danielson, I can only handle small doses, although, I actually love the song Smooth Death. I saw him live and he was entirely beareable, enjoyable even.

Mimi said...

It's funny how everyone's list has atleast one song that completely fits the topic.

I agree with this so much! Lovely songs on several lists, and some I'm humming to.

I've finished my list, I'll post it tomorrow.

Lauren S. said...

I just posted my soundtrack and my husband's on my blog :)

Fun! BTW, sorry to hear about your car stereo. The same thing happened to me last Fall. Miserable.

Thomas Ham said...

Thanks, this was fun!

*Opening Credits: Iron & Wine - Promising Light
*Waking Up: Charles Bronson - What's Wrong With Me? (Faith)
*First Day of School: Bjork - Luktar-Gwendur
*Falling in Love: The Polyphonic Spree - Section 16 (One Man Show)
*Fight Song: The Murder City Devils - Another Round on You
*Breaking Up: Ruhaeda - Spectro Photo
*Prom: Camera Obscura - Aeronautical (the 90's hardcore band, not the 00's pop band)
*Life: Radiohead - Sit Down. Stand Up. (Snakes & Ladders.)
*Career: Thievery Corporation - Meu Destino (My Destiny)
*Mental Breakdown: Broken Social Scene - Our Faces Split the Coast in Half
*Driving: John Coltrane - Cousin Mary
*Flashback: The Beach Boys - 409 [Go figure, a classic for the flashback]
*Getting Back Together: Joanna Newsom - Swansea
*Wedding: The Beatles - When I'm Sixty-Four
*Birth of a Child: The Beatles - Sexy Sadie
*Midlife Crisis: Belle & Seastian - I Could Be Dreaming
*Final Battle: Tristeza - Are We People
*Death Scene: Lagwagon - Hurry Up and Wait
*Funeral Song: Bleeding Kansas - I'm Not Sure What To Call It
*Ending Credits: Miles Davis - Night in Tunisia

Kiko and/or Vincent said...

Hey Annie!

Yes, I hear that Danielson shows are beautiful. We've tried to go seem him twice, I think they were both around the time of our wedding and money was tight. I've listened to 'Ships'and I can see it growing on me. :) I think going to shows helps me appreciate artists more. Except for Pedro, I should have stayed home...the crying emo kids at the show just ruined it.

Thomas Ham said...

Danielson is genius... I would love to go see him!

Aaron said...

Posted mine on the Munkee.