Shuffled Music Meme

Shuffled Music Meme

Rules: Hit shuffle on your iPod, phone, itunes, media player, etc. and write down the first 20 songs, then pass this on to 10 people. One rule: no skipping.

I was tagged by vavaharrison :)

1. I Saw Her Standing There- The Beatles
2. House of the Rising Sun- The Animals
3. Brick By Brick- Arctic Monkeys
4. To Parelthon Thimithika- Melina Aslanidou
5. Miss You- The Rolling Stones
6. Maria Maria- Santana
7.Cross-Eyed Mary- Jethro Tull
8. Respectable- The Rolling Stones
9. No You Girls- Franz Ferdinand
10. Does Your Mother Know- ABBA
11. Crabbuckit- k-os
12. You Only Live Once- The Strokes
13. Sour Milk Sea- Jackie Lomax
14. Harder to Breathe- Maroon 5
15. La La La- Naughty Boy
16. Ms. Jackson- OutKast
17. Yer Blues- The Beatles
18. This Is How We Do It- Montell Jordan
19. In the Heat of the Morning- The Last Shadow Puppets
20. Jolene- Dolly Parton
Thank you! I’m not going to tag anyone but if you see this on your dash and want to do it, go ahead :)))
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3/? of my favourite people (in no particular order) → John Lennon

↳ “Time you enjoy wasting, was not wasted.”

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I think i’m gonna be sad,
i think it’s today, yeah

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The kidnapping of Ringo

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This certainly won’t be the last show. We’ve always been a playing band. It’s what we do. ― Charlie Watts.

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“I didn’t like the look of Rory’s drummer myself. He looked the nasty one, with his little grey streak of hair. But the nastier one turned out to be Ringo, the nicest of them all. Playing without Ringo is like driving a car on three wheels.” 

"Rory Storm + the Hurricanes came out here the other week, and they are crumby. He does a bit of dancing around but it still doesn’t make up for his phoney group. The only person who is any good in the group is the drummer." (1960)

GEORGE: I like Ringo’s song [Octopus’s Garden].

WIGG: Yes, great song.

GEORGE: Because – I mean, most people say, “Oh well, it’s Ringo,” or you know, “Haha,” or something. But it’s great that Ringo should do it. You know, why shouldn’t he do it? And it’s just like a country and western tune anyway, and it’s a happy tune, and it’s all that. And I like what he’s saying about “rest our head on the sea bed” and all that. “We could be warm beneath the storm…” (1969)

"Ringo’s got the best back beat I’ve ever heard and he can play great 24-hours a day." (1974)

"George presented [Ringo] recently with a special leather bound volume which on the cover said, ‘Ringo Starr: greatest drummer on earth.’" (1985)

"It’s always hard for a drummer. It’s hard for Ringo to just knock out an album. It’s difficult enough for me and Paul. It’s not easy having been enormously famous, and, you know, having to try to…I don’t mind, personally. I don’t mind being obscure. I remember years ago Ringo saying to me he’d love to have a Number 1. And I said, what for? You are the Number 1. It doesn’t matter about the record.” (1988)

- George Harrison on Ringo Starr

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My role in society, or any artist's or poet's role, is to try and express what we all feel. Not to tell people how to feel. Not as a preacher, not as a leader, but as a reflection of us all. - John Lennon
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“Paul in his dressing room on the set of “Help!” wiping off his Marcel Marceau makeup after a take.”

Photo by Mike McCartney

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