Link to Part 1 for anyone that would like to refer back to the closed thread.
Kitt, Moderator: Anxiety/Panic & Depression& GERD Forums*~*
Post Edited (stkitt) : 10/1/2008 9:35:50 AM (GMT-6)
Hello all, keep on with your music thread
Here is the link to Buddha's play list.
I got it, no problem. Thanks for posting here.
Well how did this thread get lost...............what is playing at you house today.
I am dancing to Electric Slide, by the The Hit Crew and next is White Wedding, by Billy Idol.
Can you feel the rhythm of the beat????????? Music is where it happens.
I love Hell Boy but I don't think he can sing ROFLBO. Yes, I know Barry Manilow. If you saw America's Funniest Home Videos last week a 3 year old could sing all of Barry's songs by heart and he loves Barry. He won last week so he will go to the finals. I have a feeling he will win the grand prize.
Ok, I love Country too, Alan Jackson, Faith Hill, Keith Urban, Martina McBride's Independence Day and A Broken Wing. Then there is Sugarland's Just Might Make Me Believe.
Scottish music, love it. Phil Coulter's Scottish Tranquility CD..the best.
I love Stand By Me, but I love Motown Music. Marvin Gay's, Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing. The Temptations, I Wish It Would Rain. Diana Ross & The Supremes, Some Day We'll Be Together
Happy Sunny Day to all.Kitt
He descended on the '80s like acid, burning holes in a country that had become culturally complacent. For anyone with angst, anyone who grew up under Reagan-Bush, hating suspendered suits, hair-spray rock and synthesizers, Axl Rose was a savior. His angry, paranoid lyrics, piercing screams and stomping stage presence all acted as antidotes for the made-up go-go conservatism of the time. Guns n' Roses.
Do you think Axl had some serious problems???
He scared me.
thats all for now.. more to come soon, my peeps!
Is there a song called "I just spent my lunch break spending too much money on my cats?"...I think it could be a hit!! Watch those music charts people.. lol