Whew! It's hard to believe February has come and gone so quickly! And even harder to believe that I managed to scrape together 29 TDF's (which was a lot of fun for me, actually).
Towards the end of January, I had been playing around with quotations or inspirational/sarcastic/ironic allusions, but quickly found that I was running out of material for each post. In one late-January TDF, I had taken a quote from the Jefferson Airplane song "White Rabbit," so as February 1 rolled around, I decided to link the quote to a song - Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run" - and there it went.
Sometimes there was a clear [or not so clear] double entendre in either the song-choice, the lyrics, or the photo ... or all three. Sometimes (like today), it's just what I hope you'll think is a fun song. Mostly it's 60s, 70s and early 80s - yes, I'm dating myself - and mostly songs you probably know, but probably don't hear everyday (with a few exceptions, I'm sure).
In any event, I hope you've enjoyed the musical accompaniment as you peruse TDF, and I thought I'd list them for you for your further amusement. Check out the February playlist after The Jump!
2.01 Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run
2.02 Johnny Cash - Ring of Fire
2.03 Allman Brothers - Midnight Rider
2.04 Soggy Bottom Boys - I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow (from O Brother, Where Art Thou?)
2.05 The Animals - House of the Rising Sun
2.06 Jackson Five - ABC
2.07 Iggy Pop - Lust for Life
2.08 Elvis Presley - Suspicious Minds
2.09 The Foundations - Why Do You Build Me Up, Buttercup?
2.10 Jimi Hendrix - The Wind Cries Mary
2.11 Talking Heads - Road to Nowhere
2.12 Cracker - Low
2.13 The Eagles - Take it Easy
2.14 R.E.M. - Driver Eight
2.15 Deliverance (Film) - Dueling Banjos Scene
2.16 James Brown - I Feel Good
2.17 Edward Meecker - Take Me Out to the Ballgame
2.18 Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls of Fire
2.19 Jackson Browne - Running on Empty
2.20 Little Feet - Dixie Chicken
2.21 Van Morrison - Jackie Wilson Said
2.22 Grateful Dead - Dire Wolf
2.23 Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb
2.24 The Ramones - Rock and Roll High School
2.25 Wilson Pickett - Everybody Needs Somebody to Love.
2.26 Lynyrd Skynyrd - Freebird
2.27 Rush - Freewill
2.28 Bob Marley - One Love
2.29 Guadalcanal Diary - Watusi Rodeo
Did you have a favorite? Mine was probably James Brown's I Feel Good after we beat UGA, though I got a huge chuckle out of Man of Constant Sorrow and Why Do You Build Me Up, Buttercup?, and had totally forgotten what a rocker Jackson Browne was.