November Music Favourites

I haven’t done one of these in a while. Well, I haven’t posted anything in a while so it’s not that surprising. Anyway, here we go. My favourite tracks on heavy rotation in November:

1.  Bon Iver – Skinny Love

2. Tejas – Ruby

3. Tom Odell – Grow Old With Me

4. Catfish and The Bottlemen – Glasgow

Unfortunately I can’t find a better version. Here’s an Apple Music link, in case you have that.

5. The Maccabees – Toothpaste Kisses

There you have it. What do you think? Make me a playlist in the comments? Let’s share mixtapes.

My Life’s Rhythm

Writing 101 Day Three Prompt: Write about the three most important songs in your life — what do they mean to you?

1. The Strokes – I’ll try anything once

There’s something about this song that makes everything about it feel right, which is strange considering I will definitely not try everything once.

2. Brian Adams – Everything I do

This one is just something that takes me back to my childhood.

3. Jamie Cullum – Just one of those things

This song reminds me of certain days in 2009 and 2010 that were simply some of the best days of my life. I feel the urge to put a “:)” here.

What are your top three songs? Tell me in the comments, maybe?

Master Mixtape

This post has been written for the prompt: You make a new friend. Make them a mix tape (or playlist, for the younger folks) that tells them who you are through song.

I absolutely love this prompt! It’s been a while since I made a mixtape/playlist and I’ve never made one that describes me. Here we go:

Mixtape – Jaime Cullum

I’ll try anything once – The Strokes

The Upsetter – Jack Johnson

Love song for no one – John Mayer

Chasing pirates – Norah Jones

All at sea – Jaime Cullum

Caledonia – Paolo Nutini

You make my dreams come true – Hall & Oats

I love the whole world (boomdeyada) – Discovery Channel

If I ruled the world – Jaime Cullum version

Places to go – Leftover Cuties

Falling in love at a coffee shop – Landon Pigg

I know there’s a lot of Jaime Cullum in here, but it’s hard to resist his brilliance.

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