Mmmmm part 7: M is for Music

M is for Music and is evidenced by my F drive...I *REALLY* LOVE my music. I have an extremely ecclectic taste in my tunes. There are music files from 12 Stones all the way to ZZTop and a great deal in between. If I was to list everything, this entry would be pages and pages long. However, in the spirit of this game I'll limit my favorites to just my M file.



Mendelssohn

Mozart. I also love Chopin, Vivaldi and Beethoven...but unfortunately, they dont fit the rules I've been following.


MiG Ayesa.




Magni. MiG and Magni were both participated in the RockStar program that aired for 2 years. MiG is an Aussy that competed in the INXS version of the show, while the Icelandic Magni performed in the SuperNova version.


Monkees! The album pictured is one of the two my mom had. It's the one that introduced me to their music and one that I played as often as I could get my hands on it.

Mamas and the Papas. I have such wonderful memories of my mom and I singing along to this group...in two part harmony. There was a time I knew every song by heart..



Manhatten Transfer. I was introduced to this group in highschool by my senior year choir teacher. He had us singing their version of Birdland in the select vocal ensemble.


Mary J Blige. Some of her songs are just so powerful and can touch you right to your core.

Miles Davis. Love his instrumental work. When Im playin jazz, some of his songs are inevitably in the playlist..


Marvin Gaye. This one needs no explanation...LOL



Michael McDonald. Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan or as a solo artist, this "blue-eyed soul" singer is a must listen. For the younger set who dont know him....if you like Taylor Hicks, you'll LOVE Michael McDonald.

Moody Blues. Gotta love me some English rock!

8 comments:

AliceKay said...

I could listen to The Monkees (one of my favorite older bands), The Mamas and The Papas, Manhattan Transfer, Michael McDonald, and The Moody Blues (one of Terri's favorite bands).

ChicagoLady said...

Please don't tell me that was your entire M collection? Very good representatives of your eclectic taste in music, though.

2-ton said...

I love every one of your choices. I just saw both MiG (Boston) and the Monkee's Micky Dolenz{Monroe, Michigan) this fall!

LadyStyx said...

Alice: me too

Chicago: Nope, just the ones I really really really like best. Surely you didnt think I didnt have any Madonna....?

2-ton: Welcome...feel free to visit again. So cool you got to see them play live.

The Wife O Riley said...

Amazing!!!!!

I LOVE Marvin Gaye!

Michael said...

Hey i am a big fan of Steely Dan, but Mr Walter Becker has a new album called Circus Money, What a great album it is, just had to share that with all the Steely Dan Fans.

www.sonic360.com/walterbecker

Intense Guy said...

Oohhh the monkeys...

Here we come, plodin'
Down the street.
We get the funniest looks from
Ev'ry one we meet.
Hey, hey, we're the Monkees
And we put monkey butt powder on.
But we're too busy smelling
To put any lotion on.

We go wherever we want to,
do what we like to do
We don't have time to get restless,
There's always something new.
Hey, hey, we're the Monkees
And we put monkey butt powder on.
But we're too busy smelling
To put any lotion on.

We're just tryin' to be friendly,
Come and watch us sing and play,
We're the young gneration,
And we've got something to say....

umm.. sorry....

LadyStyx said...

*LAFFFZ*!!!!!

One too many percocets today, dear?

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