In a slash and burn approach to cleaning my house, I deleted my playlists. They’re still on my iPod, but I may just make some new ones.
What moods are your playlists? What’s on 'em? I’m looking for new inspiration.
Guitar 1, 2 & 3
Fuck ‘em all
Teens Sunday afternoon (my students’ favourite stuff, before you start…)
On the mountain
I want to cut your throat
Tolerate the office
Surprise and stimulate
Any ideas for new lists? What would you put in these lists?
I don’t use Playlists much, I either go onto ‘random’ or just listen to The Fall.
I don’t have an Ipod but here’s my music classification system, if anyone’s interested. I doubt anyone will be, though. Every time I post about my music tastes I hope that someone will PM me with questions such as: “Who’s better – Jackson do Pandeiro or Luiz Gonzaga?” But it never happens. Anyway, here’s my list:
50s samba etc.
African & Caribbean
Bossa nova, Brazilian jazz
Brazil foldlore & candomble
Choro & instrumental
Galicia & Portugal
Coplas & pasodobles
Bebop & after
Pagode & modern bossa
[quote=“Buttercup”]I’ve never heard of those guys. I usually just listen to very similar kinds of stuff.[/quote]There’s no shame in that. And anyway, not many too people outside of Brazil have heard of Jackson do Pandeiro or Luiz Gonzaga. Brazilian music was a bit of an obsession of mine a few years ago.
i used the Windows media player play lists. Download Tags and album art and so on.
Gave up when I saw the system filtered "God save the Queen’ from the Sex Pistols in… FOLK !
No playlists, just shuffle buttom.
The only thing on my solitary playlist that doesn’t fit the title “Pre 1980 Rock” is Manu Chao’s Welcome to Tijuana.
Hope that helps.
I just erm, received the discography of Pink Floyd. I am planning on spending the next two weeks on a Koh Taoian beach listening to the sweet strains of the greatest band ever. (Sorry El Tigre, The Dead are up there, but not quite at the top of my list)