Monday, July 09, 2007

On Songs for the Ipod: A "Shuffle Songs" Spiritual Mix for the Morning

Since I was given my Ipod, I have been in a daily process of loading (an unloading) songs onto it. Since I love the "shuffle songs" setting more than I love playlists, I am at present keeping on my Ipod what I call my "spiritual music mix" only with the kind of songs I played at our community's devotional meeting at Wright Park for so many years. This is what I listened to on my Ipod this morning. What's on your ipod? -gw

"Walk Over God's Heaven" - Alison Krause & The Cox Family - I Know Who Holds Tomorrow
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"Navajo Skip Dance" - Proud Heritage: A Celebration of Traditional American Indian Music
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"Suliram (I'll Be There)" - The Weavers - The Weavers at Carnegie Hall
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"Bachelor Duet with Lukembi" - Mbuti Pygmies - Mbuti Pygmies of the Ituri Rainforest
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"Sanson Ki Mala Pey" - Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan & Party - Devotional and Love Songs
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"Where Is the Love" - Black Eyed Peas - Elephunk
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"He Came Through" - Russ Taff - The Way Home
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"Working on a Building" - Brother Joe May - The Great Gospel Men: 27 Classic Performances
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"Take Good Care of Your Soul" - Simon Emmerson & Raw Stylus - A Week or Two in the Real World
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"Fanfare for the Common Man" - Ettore Etratta & The Baroque Chamber Orchestra - Classical Music 101
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"God Is Sufficient Unto Me" - Black Men's Gathering - Amazing Grace
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"Forest Power" - Deep Forest - Comparsa
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"Get It Together (Reprise)" - Seal - Seal IV
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"Au I Vi Dau" - Tran Hai Quang & Hai Yen - Vietnam Dreams & Reality
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"Zydeco Boogaloo" - Buckwheat Zydeco - Alligator Stomp, Vol. 2
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"Shinanay" - Omar Faruk Tekbilek & Steve Shelan - Alif: Love Supreme
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"A Night in Tunisia" - Dizzy Gillespie & Boyd Raeburn & His Orchestra - Ken Burns Jazz Collection
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"Ay Chono La" - Youssou N'Dour - Set
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"Ay Mashregh-E Jamal E Khoda ... Poem about Baha'u'llah by the Martyr Varqa" - Narges Nouhnejad Fani - Melodies from the City of the Covenant
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"Ya Baha'u'llah Abha" - Various Artists - Land of Mystery

1 comment:

Tess said...

What a lovely idea. I'll have to take a look at my Ipod and post my list soon.