Friday, August 08, 2008

Somewhat Old Music 4 Non-Blondes old

Since I entered the digital music world a few years ago with my first MP3 player, I have found that I rarely take any CD cases with me on road trips or day to day activity. While it is super nice to have 3 CD cases full of music on one little device, I realize that I seldom listen to some really good non-current music that I have in my collection.

Like music from my college days...I just never ripped it to my computer and downloaded it to my MP3 player out of sheer laziness. Last month I put 2 of the most definitive albums of my generation on my device, Pearl Jam's "Ten" and Nirvana's "Nevermind". It had been months if not years since I had listened to either album.

So over the last couple weeks I have been pulling some "college music" out of the case and giving it some rotation on the MP3 player. A couple of old U2 discs, They Might Be Giants, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Material Issue, Rush, Seven Mary 3, Gear Daddies, The Nixons, a 2 disc Johnny Cash gem, and House of Pain.

Now when I have the player on "shuffle" and an "old song" comes on, it's like new music to my old ears...try it this weekend. Dig way back in the cd library and pull out that old 4 Non-Blondes will take you to another time and place.


Anonymous said...

Huh, H-E-L-L-O, did you learn a foreign language, what in the world are you talking about. Is this real titles or are you just making this stuff up? What in the world happened to listening to the GREATS, like Johnny Cash, Earnest Tubbs, Charlie Pride, etc!

The old geezer, Verlie

Anonymous said...

i agree with verlie where did this so called music come from????? back to the old stuff you can understand

Tman said...

Gear Daddies! Beals and I polished off a bottle of Jag while working their show inthe has its privledges!