Friday, June 30, 2006

Friday Random 10

Sorry for not posting much this week. I've been crazy busy but hope to make up for it next week and possibly this weekend. There's good stuff in the pipeline!

And now, without further ado, the random ten:
  • Echo's Children, "How Far Back Does Music Go?". A neat a capella song from an unfortunately disbanded duo.
  • John Denver, "Rhymes and Reasons". One of my all-time favorites.
  • Alan Jackson, "Midnight in Montgomery". Talk about atmosphere!
  • ARKA, "Tear Down the Walls". A Chilean rock group sings about "tearing down the walls" that divide us. Bury your chains! (In English.)
  • Bruce Cockburn, "When the Sun Falls"
  • Vince Gill, "Worlds Apart". Sweet, sad and wise.
  • Larry Warner, "The Archivist". A filk song of a wasted life.
  • Kathy Mar, "The Word of God". Evolution vs. creationism. "Humans wrote the Bible; God wrote the rocks!"
  • Animaniacs, "Several Drops of Water". Remember Animaniacs? A cartoon take on the water cycle.
  • Collin Raye, "Sweet Miss Behavin'". Fun!

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