Welcome to the next edition of Music Mondays. It’s pretty basic, I take a playlist and put it on random, and post what comes up.
- Playlist – “Anything & Everything”
- Description – Anything from Christian to Rock, Rap to Country, Classical to 80’s. It goes from the 1960’s to current. Pretty much anything and everything that I like.
- Number of songs on the playlist – 1,670 songs (up 64 songs from last post)
- Bodies (Drowning Pool)
- All Fired Up (Petra)
- Born This Way (Lady Gaga)
- Fade to Black (Metallica)
- Man In The Box (Alice in Chains)
- Take My Breath Away (Berlin)
- Gone, Gone, Gone (Phillip Phillips)
- Concerto For Piano in A Minor (Earl Wild, London Promenade Orchestra)
- Free Your Mind (En Vogue)
- Music For The People (Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch)
- Once in a Heartbreak (Crumbacher)
- My Prerogative (Bobby Brown)
- Please Don’t Leave Me (P!nk)
- Bad Case of Loving You (Robert Palmer)
- Jesus, Jesus, Glorious One (Petra)
- Who Wants to Live Forever (Queen)
- Sick Love Song (Motley Crue)
- Miss You Much (Janet Jackson)
- Also Sprach Zarathustra (Richard Strauss, SWR Symphony Orchestra)
- Walk This Way (Run DMC, Aerosmith)
I let you make of that list what you will. There are a couple of classical music mixed in there. I told you that I listen to almost everything. Not too much new stuff up there, but you should recognize a few of the artists.
In this section, I randomly choose an artist from above and show all the songs I have on my playlist. I used Random.org, put the numbers 1-20 and click random 3 times, the number 18 came up at the top which would be Janet Jackson in accordance to the list above.
There is 11 songs up here but technically, I have 12 Janet Jackson songs because I also have Scream with Michael Jackson but it’s listed with him first. Most of them I know because I lived in the 80’s, but I did have the Janet album in 1993. Of course, I was 20 years old and part of the reason I loved that album was because of the photograph inside.
None of her songs really stick out to me, I really liked the music more than the lyrics. It’s the kind of music I could dance to, well, you know, in private, because I can’t dance at all.