Music I’ve Noticed

Here’s what I’ve tagged since the end of August. I tagged these songs because I liked them, wondered what they were, or just wanted to remember them. Some are duplicates, some I can’t remember any more, some I don’t like, but apparently I thought they were noteworthy at the time. Enjoy!

  1. Buster Voodoo by Rodrigo Y Gabriela (8/31/2009)
  2. Her Diamonds by Rob Thomas
  3. Free To Be Me by Francesca Battistelli
  4. Buster Voodoo by Rodrigo Y Gabriela (I loved hearing an instrumental song on Cities 97)
  5. Rock & Roll by Eric Hutchinson
  6. Nothing Ever Hurt Like You by James Morrison
  7. Hard To Handle by The Black Crowes
  8. You Belong With Me by Taylor Swift
  9. Tempted by Paul Carrack
  10. Oxygen by Colbie Caillat
  11. On Broadway by George Benson
  12. Does Anybody…Time It Is? by Chicago
  13. Use Somebody by Kings Of Leon
  14. Lady Madonna by The Beatles
  15. The Letter by Box Tops
  16. Go Or Go Ahead by Rufus Wainwright
  17. Closer To Love by Mat Kearney
  18. In Love With A Girl by Gavin DeGraw
  19. Fallin’ For You by Colbie Caillat
  20. Don’t Go Breaking My Heart by Elton John/Kiki Dee
  21. Lucky by Jason Mraz & Colbie Caillat
  22. Leave The Pieces by The Wreckers
  23. If You Could Only See by Tonic
  24. Cold As Ice by Foreigner
  25. Into The Night by Santana Feat. Chad Kroeger
  26. I Want You To by Weazer
  27. Where I Stood by Missy Higgins
  28. All We Are by Matt Nathanson
  29. Save Tonight by Eagle-Eye Cherry
  30. Fireflies by Owl City
  31. Gimme Sympathy by Metric
  32. The Ballroom Blitz by Sweet
  33. Black Water by The Doobie Brothers
  34. Crazy Train by Ozzy Osbourne
  35. Black Balloon by The Goo Goo Dolls
  36. Renegade by Styx
  37. Jumper by Third Eye Blind
  38. Wouldn’t It Be Good by Nik Kershaw
  39. I Like The Way by Bodyrockers (my favorite driving song ever)
  40. Leave The Pieces by The Wreckers
  41. On Broadway by George Benson
  42. Superstition by Stevie Wonder
  43. First Train Home by Imogen Heap
  44. Bad Case Of Loving You by Robert Palmer
  45. Bordonco Y 900 by Orquesta Color Tango
  46. Born Again by Cory Chisel And The Wondering
  47. Dance To The Music by Sly & The Family Stone
  48. Kids by MGMT
  49. Got To Get You Into My Life by The Beatles
  50. Don’t Bring Me Down by Electric Light Orchestra
  51. Boad Behind by Kinds Of Convenience (I thought this was the Avett Brothers)
  52. Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer by Harry Connick, Jr.
  53. Believe by Josh Groban
  54. Man About Town by Brian Hughes
  55. Down by Jay Sean Feat. Lil Wayne
  56. Sour Girl by Stone Temple Pilots
  57. Let’s Get It Started by The Black Eyed Peas
  58. Just Say Yes by Snow Patrol
  59. Wouldn’t It Be Good by Nik Kershaw
  60. You Get What You Give by New Radicals
  61. Don’t Go Breaking My Heart by Elton John / Kiki Dee
  62. Cecilia by Simon & Garfunkel
  63. Everything You Want by Vertical Horizon
  64. I Like The Way by Bodyrockers
  65. Human by The Killers
  66. I Never Told You by Colbie Caillat
  67. Tempted by Squeeze
  68. The Way by Fastball
  69. Bad Romance by Lady Gaga (as much as I hate to admit it, this one will be remembered)
  70. All The Right Moves by OneRepublic
  71. Love Story by Taylor Swift
  72. I Never Told You by Colbie Caillat
  73. Still The One by Orleans
  74. Celebration by Kool & The Gang
  75. South Side by Moby
  76. Realize by Colbie Caillat
  77. Diamonds On The Soles Of Her Shoes by Ladysmith Black Mambazo/Paul Simon (3/10/2010)

I don’t know why you would want to, but feel free to check out what else I listen to at last.fm.

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5 thoughts on “Music I’ve Noticed

  1. Oh man!!! I love this list! You do have awesome taste! Very eclectic.

    And I didn’t know anybody in the world besides me like that song by the Wreckers.

    But really Lady Gaga? …really?
    Her music does have kind of an infectious sound to it. But still.

  2. I have to add two more: Andrew Peterson and Melanie Penn.

    Peterson’s music is filled with reality and meaning and sweet sound, and Penn has really clever lyrics and a sweet voice. They’ve been the soundtrack to my last month.

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