This is all you need right here. Classic Troggs.
The Barr Brothers – Sleeping Operator
The Greenberry Woods – Rapple Dapple
The Head and the Heart – Let’s Be Still
The Barr Brothers – The Barr Brothers
The Derek Trucks Band – Songlines
Lenny Kravitz – Mama Said
R.E.M. – Murmur
David Baerwald – Bedtime Stories
Warren Haynes – Man in Motion
David Grissom – How it Feels to Fly
Paul Collins & The Beat – The Beat
Cowboy Junkies – The Trinity Session
Back in 2006 I started sending my music listening activity to a web service called AudioScrobbler, now known as Last.fm. Over eight years or so it has been silently and dutifully recording all the songs I listen to on my computer and building a database of my musical tastes. I think it’s pretty representative of my full listening history, despite it not including things listened to in the car or elsewhere.
It’s compiled a pretty amazing list which today reached the major milestone of 100,000 songs by scrobbling “Gone” by The Head and the Heart.
Last.fm is probably still my favorite web service. While the radio features and other functionality have varied, the collection of my listening data adds a whole new dimension to my love of music. I can see who and what I listen to most frequently, when I first or last listened to a song, and with the API and add ons I can view all sorts of data and visualizations like this one which breaks down my listening habits and the diversity of my library.
Here’s a link to my profile if you’re interested in taking a deeper look at the data.
Today I discovered that it’s super easy to create your own shareable meme thing. I said something on Twitter and thought to myself, that sounds like some of that stupid shit that people make a meme from. So I did. Here it is. Share it if you want, I’d like to see where it goes, you know, for science.
I used imgflip.com but there are a bunch of similar sites. Theirs was super easy though.
“…I couldn’t figure out what was happening. The words to even make it stop wouldn’t come. It’s a 7-year-old mind. I couldn’t articulate what I was feeling, what was happening, how to make it stop. …
I think for a child it’s much more about the betrayal than it is about the abuse. It is about the betrayal of trust.”
More from Charles Blow via NPR