1. Song that sounds like happy feels:"Summertime" by Ella Fitzgerald. It's got a lazy, piercing happy quality to it.
2. Earliest memory:
Probably the theme song to Sesame Street. A close second would be Carole King's Tapestry album, as my dad put it on every Saturday morning for us to listen to while we were doing our Saturday morning chores. I always associate Tapestry with cleaning out the toilet (but not in a bad way-- I really love the album!).
3. Last CD you bought:
Well, Dereck and I bought an Ike Reilly the Assassination CD on Saturday night. And I bought Dereck some CD's for Christmas. But last bought for myself? Charlie Brown Christmas, Vince Guaraldi.
4. Reminds you of school:
Grease theme song, because I saw the movie Grease in fourth grade and loved it.
Schoooooooool's Out for Summer! That was my senior theme song, though I didn't like the song until many years later when I saw Dazed and Confused and then I was happy that I actually knew it.
Oh wow. I used to go dancing to Bizarre Triangle by New Order every week. Also, Alphaville: Forever Young. And every morning when we were getting ready in the spring quarter, my roommate Kim and I would play Yaz/Erasure.
5. Total music files on your PC:
Wait! Wait! I have an answer to this because I ripped stuff on Monday!!! Let me go see: Ten! I have ten albums/files ripped to my PC.
6. Song for listening to repeatedly when depressed:
Lonesome Tears or Guess I'm doing Fine from Beck's Sea Change.
7. Song that sounds British, but isn't:
? Is I'll Stop the World and Melt with You British? I know it's by Modern English... Dunno.
8. Song you love, band you hate:
I hate Bryan Adams-- I can't think of anything he's done that I love though. I don't think I have a song that fits into this category.
9. A favorite song from the past that took ages to track down:
I'm still trying to track down one from August 1987: It's a song about a man who loves a woman named Mary, very ABC feel to it-- and I still don't know the title or who sang it, but I loved it and I'd love to hear it again.
10. Bought the album for one good song:Train: the album with Calling All Angels. The rest of the Album sucks, and I think I traded it in without even bothering to rip that one song.
11. Worst Song to Get Stuck in your Head:
No Doubt's "I know what you're thinking,"-- I get that one stuck a lot.
12. Best song to dump a beer on someone's head to, then storm out of the bar?
I will survive by Gloria Gaynor.
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