New Years Eve Playlist (and digital mischief) from Warrigal Mirriyuula
You’re sitting there happily listening to music, perhaps a favourite track or piece you like, and on cue you shiver, delightfully, or pensively, at that same spot in that same way.
What is that?
I don’t have a clue but the following article offered some insight.
The following tracks make me shiver all over the place. I wonder; do any of them affect you in the same way?
“Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Crying”, Jerry & The Pacemakers
“Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Crying”, Gloria Estefan with a little help from Eric Satie
“Midnight Cowboy, Main Theme”, John Barry
“Meeting Across The River”, Bruce Springsteen
“The Way It Is”, Bruce Hornsby and The Range
“Rainy Night In Georgia”, Brook Benton
“Neither One of Us” Gladys Knight & The Pips
“Walk Away” Matt Munro
“Tammy”, Debbie Reynolds
“Sierra” Boz Scaggs
“Everyone’s Gone To The Moon”, Jonathan King
“Ghost Writer” Garland Jeffries
“I Can’t Find The Time” Hootie & The Blowfish
“Hasten Down The Wind” Warren Zevon
“The Game Of Love”, Michelle Branch and Carlos Santana
“Lucky Man”, Emerson Lake & Palmer
“Lalena” Deep Purple
“Walk Away Renee” The Four Tops
“Tell It Like It Is”, Aaron Neville, Greg Allman and Bonnie Raitt
“The World I Used To Know”, Glen Campbell
“Goin’ Back”, Dusty Springfield
“Life In A Northern Town”, Dream Academy
“Tar and Cement” Verdelle Smith
“Ain’t No Sunshine”, Bill Withers
“Driving Home For Christmas” Chris Rea (Christmas having come and gone, this is simply my favourite Christmas song. I know its not much of a song really but there’s something about it that just gives me the shivers.)
“A Fool Such As I”, Raul Malo (Just this particular performance. I don’t know….?)