Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Two Songs

Today's prompt for The Ten Day Challenge is two songs. Seriously... just two?

Music is such an interesting medium. It can bring people together under a common interest and it can also cause great divides due to personal taste and style preferences. I like a pretty wide range of music types and I don't think it would be right to say there are any that I hate.

I don't care much for Opera, but even so, hearing it live is nothing short of amazing. I was weaned on Rock and Roll, so that would have to be my favorite, but I also like Country. Go Figure. I thought I didn't like Rap until I heard some that had a positive message. So much different than the gangster variety that gets the attention. I've found some New Age stuff that's pretty cool. and I remember listening to a East Indian CD that I really liked. Jazz, Blues, the list goes on.

So how does one select two songs from all that's available to choose from? I think the answer is simply this. You choose two and know full well that they would likely be different selections on any given day, week, month or year.

So the two that I pick for this moment in time are:

"Three Wooden Crosses" by Randy Travis 


"Love To Love" by UFO

Clicking on the titles will allow you to listen to them via You Tube


CrystalChick said...

I'm not a big fan of country or gospel music but Randy Travis is definitely someone I could listen to for a little while.

I liked the UFO song.

Good choices. Thanks for the links.

Mel said...

I'd have a tough time picking two. But I'm pretty clear that Randy Travis song will now be stuck in my head all day, thanks to you.


Ron said...

Two FAB choices, Jeff!

"I like a pretty wide range of music types and I don't think it would be right to say there are any that I hate."

I'm the same way. I enjoy a WIDE variety of music.

I use to not enjoy country, until I started listening to Bonnie Raitt and Martina McBride. LOVE those ladies!

Have a fab day, buddy!

nitebyrd said...

I would have an extremely difficult time picking only two songs. I don't think I could.

I'm not a country fan but Mr. Travis has a wonderful voice.

Jeff B said...

The consensus seems to be whether or not you're a fan of country music, Randy Travis has a darned good voice.

thanks all for your comments.