24 August 2011


Photo by: Lonnie Webb
I just had to come sign in and say my sister Kelly makes the best playlists! When Wednesday comes I look forward to checking out the blog myself and turn on the playlist to get my day started. Notice how we choose older music a lot? Well, it's what we grew up listening to. We had the choice of the christian station or oldies. Plus they had a pretty sweet record collection that we were allowed to choose from. What about you? What did you grow up listening to?

Dedicated to Mamavette!


Emily said...

This is PERFECT photo-editing music, THANKS!

I've been on a Motown kinda kick lately too;)

MUCH love ladies!

Emily Jean

Kevin said...

It's funny how you mention the radio stations you were allowed to listen to when you were kids. We had a similar choice of Christian or Oldies, as if there was no corruption, heartache or pain pre 1970's. Makes me think of the line in High Fidelity.

"What came first, the music or the misery? People worry about kids playing with guns, or watching violent videos, that some sort of culture of violence will take them over. Nobody worries about kids listening to thousands, literally thousands of songs about heartbreak, rejection, pain, misery and loss. Did I listen to pop music because I was miserable? Or was I miserable because I listened to pop music?"

Good stuff this morning.

cat[and]trev said...

i love this playlist!
i grew up listening to similar music...frank sinatra, dean martin, ella fitzgerald, etc. my dad would ALWAYS play it in the house and car. when i was an awkward young teen, i became so embarrassed by it....but now i am beyond thankful for it because i definitely developed a love for good, sweet sweet music.

Eveee said...

This is the best! xo Thanks Kel!

Jackie S said...

Love this playlist! Otis Redding is one of my all time favorites. Thanks for helping me start this morning right!

kinsey french said...

Love this so much! I honestly think the oldies are the best music. Music today is good too, if you look hard enough.. but I mean it still can't hold a candle to the oldies. ;)

Jaina said...

I love love love love love your playlists!!!(: