Jumping on the Disclosure Bandwagon

I had no earthly idea that I was living with a closeted “Love Will Keep Us Together” fan. Good lord, you think you know someone …

But having said that, I suppose I am forced to disclose myself. I’m more comfortable, as mentioned before, with movies; I’m a real Homer Simpson when it comes to music (“We Built This City” is kinda catchy) and I know next to nothing about it. But oh well …

  • ABBA “When I Kissed the Teacher”
  • Ace of Base “Beautiful Life”
  • Bananarama “Cruel Summer”
  • Bette Midler “From a Distance”
  • Blue Oyster Cult “Don’t Fear the Reaper”
  • Bread “Everything I Own”
  • Charlene “I’ve Never Been To Me”
  • Dexy’s Midnight Runners “Come On Eileen”
  • Harry Chapin “Cat’s in the Cradle”
  • Men Without Hats “Safety Dance”
  • Mr. Mister “Kyrie”
  • Partridge Family “Come On Get Happy”
  • Paul McCartney and Wings “Live and Let Die”
  • Police “Don’t Stand So Close to Me”
  • Robert John “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”
  • Scott McKenzie “San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)”
  • Terry Jacks “Seasons in the Sun”
  • Toto “Africa”

Also, some old Southern Gospel standards. And that “Tarzan” song. And the one where the guys sings “I Wanna Be A Cowboy.” And one to drive Frank really nuts:

  • Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds “Don’t Give Your Love Up On Me Baby”

I’m such a music idiot, I don’t even really know if any of the above are cool or not. I just plead guilty to having them in my iTunes library.

And I’m sorry, but I have to be unrepentent about Madonna “Ray of Light”—’Zephyr in the sky at night I wonder …’

(In my defense, I usually have XM Radio tuned to the Blues, Traditional Jazz, 40s or Classical stations, and my iTunes is full of kd lang, Harry Connick Jr., Ottmar Liebert, Miss Ella Fitzgerald and Doris Day, so I’m not a total music lackwit/philistine.)

Now can we talk about movies?