Day 1: Your favorite song.
Day 2: A song that makes you cry.
Day 3: A song that makes you dance.
Day 4: Your favorite male singer.
Day 5: Your favorite female singer.
Day 6: Your favorite band.
Day 7: One band/singer you’re ashamed to admit you like.
Day 8: One band/singer whose popularity you will never understand.
Day 9: A song that reminds you of an ex.
Day 10: A song that reminds you of your father.
Day 11: A song that reminds you of your mother.
Day 12: A song that makes you want to have sex.
Day 13: A song you sing in the shower.
Day 14: A song from the year you were born.
Day 15: A song you liked in high school.
Day 16: The first song in your mp3 folder.
Day 17: The last song in your mp3 folder.
Day 18: An instrumental song you like.
Day 19: Your favorite love song.
Day 20: Your favorite breakup song.
Day 21: A song that makes you want to break stuff.
Day 22: Your favorite song from a movie.
Day 23: Your favorite duet.
Day 24: Your favorite cover song.
Day 25: Your favorite song from 2010 (so far)
Day 26: Your favorite music video.
Day 27: One song in your mp3 folder you’re pretty sure no one else has.
Honestly, I am pretty sure that there is nothing in my mp3 folder that no one else has. I have not been recording my own music, and really that is the only way that I would have something truly unique. But, if we go with the idea that this should apply to something that few, if any, of my LJ friends would have, then I can oblige.
When I lived in New Mexico, I would go salsa dancing an average of about three and a half times a week. Monday nights were lessons in White Rock. Wednesdays was El Farol in Santa Fe. Every other Saturday was The Mambo Room. But my favorite was Thursday. Thursday nights I would go to WilLee’s Blues Club and hear Nosotros.
I could not find a video of a single song of theirs, but the following video is of them at WilLee’s back in April 2007. I might have been there that night. It is hard to remember. I definitely recognize most of the dancers in the video. … I miss them, and I miss that band.
Day 28: One song that needs to never be played again.
Day 29: One song that gives you the creeps.
Day 30: A song you’d like played at your funeral.