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1.) Motley Crue – You’re All I Need
2.) I am stumped by my own question! I can tell you a handful of movies that I will always love and watch but music is different; we go through so many phases. I will choose two however. I’ll say Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles. They wrote their songs and put heart into their music.
3.) My first concert was The Counting Crows in 1994. The best show? Hmm, Dropkick Murphys in 2004. It was a small venue and we felt like we knew the band and felt their sorrow and their strife.
4.) If I am feeling down, I typically want upbeat or heavy music, depending. I’ll throw on my Prince Pandora station or hair bands. It’s rare these days to wallow in slow or depressing songs, though I guess I did that back in the day.
5.) A friend of mine once told me that she only plays kid songs in the car on the way to school and I was taken aback, mostly because I didn’t think she felt that strongly about what they were exposed to. I don’t typically leave my XM radio on any of the uncensored stations (like Lithium) but we listen to whatever I want to hear, mostly. I’d like them to experience all kinds of music and hopefully take to some of it. I know someone whose five year old has their old ipod ad loves to listen to the Beatles. So far, the only songs Elliot has really loved are Ozzy’s “Crazy Train”, Toby Keith’s “Red Solo Cup”, and Florida Georgia Line’s “Cruise.” The latter two are a bit inappropriate but he doesn’t get that stuff yet.