October Playlist

I recently discovered, thanks to Crystal at poco-cocoa, an online mix tape tool. Or rather, what we used to call mix tapes but is now simply a customized playlist. There are lots of sites out there for creating playlists, of course, but what I love about this particular site is (1) its name: 8tracks, and (2) that no more than two tracks on a single playlist can be from the same artist or same album. It forces me to be creative and make a true mix. Last month I used the soundtrack I created for a current story I’ve been writing for Cerella’s birthday. In essence, though, my monthly playlists are actually the songs I came to love and replay over the course of the previous weeks. Meaning, my September playlist for Cerella was actually the songs I listened to throughout August while working on the first phase of her gift. And so, this month’s playlist follows suit: the tracks for October’s list are actually the songs I’ve been diggin’ throughout September. You can hear the full playlist by clicking on the photo. Perhaps you’ll enjoy them too!
October playlist

  1. Little White Church — Little Big Town
  2. Stuck Like Glue — Sugarland
  3. My Kinda Party — Jason Aldean
  4. A Little Too Late — Toby Keith
  5. Gimme That Girl — Joe Nichols
  6. She Won’t Be Lonely Long — Clay Walker
  7. A Little More Country Than That — Easton Corbin
  8. This Ain’t No Love Song — Trace Adkins
  9. If I Die Young — The Band Perry
  10. Country Strong — Gwyneth Paltrow [yes, that Gwyneth Paltrow]
  11. Boys of Fall — Kenny Chesney
  12. Hello World — Lady Antebellum
  13. Anything Goes — Randy Houser
  14. Free — Zac Brown Band
  15. As She’s Walking Away — Zac Brown Band featuring Alan Jackson

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Posted on 2 October 2010, in Lists I Keep and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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