Sunday, February 22, 2009

Time Travel

I've always loved music, and the best way I've found to travel in time is to pick a genera of music, and immerse yourself in it.

The jukebox to the right has been loaded with 80's tunes. I have a ton more, but I know not all of you are fans so I'll keep it at what is there for now. I thought about throwing a bunch of 70's Disco up there, but I wasn't sure how many of you were ready to be thrown back 35 years and into the stroboscopic interior of Studio 54.

So, I'm settling for tossing you all back just 20 years.

Some of you are probably wondering what is going on in my feeble mind. I'll let you in on a not so closely guarded secret.

The world sucks.

Everything in it sucks at this point, and I'm in need of just feeling good for a few minutes.

So, I pick music from happier times. More carefree times and let 'em play.

And just for a few minutes, I'm back somewhere and sometime else. A time and place where I don't have to think about what is going on just outside my door.


HermitJim said...

We all could use a little break from the current state of affairs, I think!

Maitreya said...

Ah, the 80's. "Everybody knows you live forever, when you done a line or two."
Bring on the disco, baby. I'm just 'stayin alive'.
I like the juke box.

Laurentian Rifle said...

LOL, Catman- make it 60's and I'll dance on the table! :-D

Catman said...

You're on.

Next round is Disco, and then a trip back to the 60's.

I'll leave the 80's up for a couple of days, and then it's off to the Palladium and Studio 54.

Then we'll be off in our Magic Bus to the Haight and Stern Grove!

Catman said...

Oh yeah, I hope everyone has figured out that if you right click on an individual song name, and select "save as" you can save the song to your computer