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AuntieWOW January 12th, 2001 09:40 PM

<FONT COLOR=darkred size=5>Okay, you're stranded on a desert island. Or, facing an indeterminate number of years in that desolate fallout shelter. What ten CDs do you take with you?

Alternately, what are your ten favorite songs of all time?

chefmhinny April 26th, 2001 01:19 PM

Bob Marley's complete set (I consider this one because its in a box hehe)

BB king
the best of enough said

Bruce S
BORN IN THE USA

Color Purple
Soundtract

Santana
Best of from my collection

Rev James Cleveland & the La Mass Choir
no explanation needed

Led Zepplin
In through the out door

Gloria E best of including spanish works
love that Miami sound

Patti Labelle
Greatest hits


Forget it there is noway possible to take that little bit of music! There are at least 20 more artist I cant go without.

I need Motown
Stevie,Marvin,Smokey that's a hundred right there.

Areatha's boxed set

The Isley's

Jazz Oh my goodness the orginals and greats would be way to
much to list.

I'am not getting on any ships and avoiding the possibility of this nightmare! LOL

I didnt even get to my favorite country artist







fishead April 26th, 2001 01:45 PM

Can't think of specific albums
(do like the boxed-set idea)

Gershwin (American in Paris for sure)

Tchiakovsky (anything EXCEPT nut cracker)

Any thing with Gloria Estefan (oh, be still my heart)

Melissa Ethridge (her tunes empower me)

that's it for me---I'll travel light going to the deserted island and save room for my toothbrush/paste
(oh, better throw my flyrod in the mix as well-when I'm not fishing with it I can dance with it (I'll have to lead for obvious reasons))

LiamFan! April 26th, 2001 02:36 PM

I did this a while ago, but not too recently. Hmmm...at this moment in time...


After the Gold Rush - Neil Young
Boats, Bars, Beaches & Ballads - Jimmy Buffett
Definitely Maybe - Oasis
What's the Story Morning Glory - Oasis
The Ultimate Collection - Four Tops
Never Mind the Bollocks - Sex Pistols
Quadrophenia - The Who
Pills, Thrills & Bellyaches - Happy Mondays
Best of - Judy Garland
White Light, White Heat - Velvet Underground

A good Beatles collection, a good Beach Boys collection...

(This is really hard...)


fishead April 26th, 2001 03:00 PM

YESSSSSSSSSSSSS
JIMMY BUFFETT (how could I have forgotten that one?!?!)

LiamFan! April 26th, 2001 03:01 PM

Desert island...Jimmy Buffett...it's a no-brainer! ;)


LiamFan! April 26th, 2001 03:02 PM

Perhaps your mind was cooked by all the tropical sun...

(Let's all remember to pack our sunblock, BTW...)




LiamFan! April 26th, 2001 03:03 PM

"Nibblin' on spongecake...."

fishead April 26th, 2001 03:05 PM

((Liam))
LOL

I'm headed down to Florida this weekend--how in heavens name was my mind NOT on JB??????????? Hopefully will be nibblin on more than spongecake!!!!!

Pass the UV block please...(where did I put my shades?)

fishead April 26th, 2001 03:06 PM

Liam
I've got the tequilla---pass me a lime !!!!!!!!

fishead April 26th, 2001 03:09 PM

..searchin for my lost shaker of salt....


OOOh, hey, I almost forgot I was going south
><> in much better mood now!!!!!!!!!!

LiamFan! April 26th, 2001 03:16 PM

What fun!

I miss Florida...I haven't been since...oh, since last July!

It'll be a while before we get down there again.

Have a great time!

bikerxena May 25th, 2001 09:48 PM

This *is* hard!<p>
Led Zeppelin's boxed set, so I have'em all
Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here"
Metallica's "Ride the Lightning"
The "Lost Highway" soundtrack
Danzig's first album, self-titled
Black Sabbath's "Paranoid"
Ozzy Osbourne's "Randy Rhodes Tribute Album"
The Allman Brothers' Greatest Hits
The Eagles' Greatest Hits '71-'75
Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon"<p>
Wow, and that just scratches the surface! But it covers the bases for me, if barely - Pink Floyd, Allman Brothers, and Eagles for mellow and reflective times, and the harder stuff for more energetic moods.

LiamFan! June 19th, 2001 04:19 PM

I would have to add, this week, Pulp's "Different Class" and Belle & Sebastian's "If You're Feeling Sinister"


Devan_Grl-26 March 1st, 2002 12:20 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by AuntieWOW
<FONT COLOR=darkred size=5>Okay, you're stranded on a desert island. Or, facing an indeterminate number of years in that desolate fallout shelter. What ten CDs do you take with you?

Alternately, what are your ten favorite songs of all time?



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