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Thursday, July 13, 2006

Music Post, ctd:

Best Song By A Guy Never Heard From Again:
"Walking In Memphis," Mark Cohen

Best Album By an Artist Better Known for Attractiveness:
"The Woman In Me," Shania Twain

Best 'Crossing Over from Christian Music Oblivion' Album:
"House of Love," Amy Grant

Best 'Secular' Song By Amy Grant:
"I Will Remember You"

Really Good Vince Gill Album:
"When Love Finds You"

Best Year For Music During My Lifetime:
1993

Best Environmentalist Song:
"Conviction of the Heart," Kenny Loggins

Best Boyz II Men Imitation Group:
Shai

Best Song That Sounds Like It Was Written/Produced By The Bee Gees But Wasn't:
"Officially Missing You," Tamia ("All I hear is raindrops/Falling on the rooftops/hey baby, tell me why'd you have to go?/'Cause this pain I feel, it won't go away/and today...I'm officially missing you..." Great song, check it out.)

Instrument I'm Playing When No One Is Looking:
Air Keyboard

and finally....

JK's (that's me) Favorite Song of All Time:

"End Of The Road," Boyz II Men

Some of you may be let down, figuring I'd pick some old famous song, to try to curry favor with strangers. But alas, not the case. Test me sometime by playing that song. I'll sing along every time, even if you played it 5 times in a row.
Music post.

Top 5 Sappiest Songs Ever:

5. "That's What Friends Are For," Elton John, Stevie Wonder and Dionne Warwick
4. "I'm Still In Love With You," New Edition
3. "Ballerina Girl," Lionel Richie
2. "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now," Starship
1. "Cherish," Kool & The Gang

Be not deceived into thinking that I'm embarrassed; on the contrary, I love these songs dearly. Onward:

Song Most Often In My Head:
"Daughters," John Mayer

Top 3 Babyface Sound-Alike Songs: (but not him)
3. "Nobody Knows," Tony Rich Project
2. "Lost In You," Chris Gaines/Garth Brooks
1. "Breathe Again," Toni Braxton

Top 5 Musicians Reviled By Critics (and loved by me)
5. Mariah Carey
4. Jason Mraz
3. Creed
2. John Mayer
1. Toby Keith

Genre that is misunderstood the most:
Country

New Music (to me) That Is Expanding My Musical Horizons:
Saves The Day

My Kindred Spirit in Sappiness:
David Foster

Song That Makes Me Wish I Were Married:
"Always," Atlantic Starr

Legendary Band I Dislike Most:
The Rolling Stones

3 Artists Whose Music Influenced Me in Early Childhood:
Marty Robbins
The Eagles
Ben E. King

Favorite Female Singer:
Martina McBride

Favorite Artist with Differing Political Views Than Me:
John Mellencamp

Favorite Political Song with which I Disagree:
"The End of the Innocence," Don Henley

Favorite Agreeable Political Song:
"The Angry American (Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue)," Toby Keith

Song Which Could Double As the National Anthem:
"God Bless the USA," Lee Greenwood

Top 3 Songs I Find Emotionally Difficult:
3. "Have You Forgotten?," Darryl Worley
2. "Tears In Heaven," Eric Clapton
1. "The Living Years," Mike & The Mechanics

Song So Good it Could Not Even Be Ruined by Celine Dion:
"All By Myself," Eric Carmen/Celine Dion

Guy Compared To Barry Manilow Who's Way Better Than Barry Manilow:
Lionel Richie

Best Soundtrack From A Bad Movie:
Boomerang

Best Song From A Brooke Shields "Skin" Flick:
"Endless Love," Lionel Richie & Diana Ross

to be continued...