Wednesday, April 22, 2009

10 feel-good songs to work on your C.H.E.M.istry

1. Islands in the Stream, Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers
2. Lost in Love, Air Supply
3. Up Where We Belong, Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes
4. Cruisin’, Smokey Robinson
5. Somebody’s Baby, Jackson Browne
6. Louisiana Rain, Tom Petty
7. Hungry Eyes, Eric Carmen
8. Feels Like Home, Randy Newman
9. I Think We’re Alone Now, Ritchie Cordell
10. One Rose/ Hot Buttered Rum, The Red Clay Ramblers

What’s on your feel-good playlist?

5 comments:

Michelle said...

Two that come to my mind are "Sittin' On The Dock of the Bay," by Otis Redding; And "Have You Ever Seen the Rain," by Creedence

bookhouse said...

1. "Mr Lucky", Henry Mancini
2. "Chica Do Verrao", Addy Flor
3. "It Is Such A Good Night", The Charles Steinmann Orchestra And Singers
4. "That Old Black Magic", Esquivel
5. "Summer Sun", Koop
6. "Tanto Tempo", Bebel Gilberto
7. "Got You Under My Skin", Frank Sinatra (with Nelson Riddle Orchestra)
8. "Sky Diver", The Syd Dale Orchestra
9. "You Make Me Feel So Young", Frank Sinatra (with Nelson Riddle Orchestra)
10. "Chime Time", Henry Mancini

Jenny said...

1. When You Feel It, Brett Dennen
2. New Shoes, Paolo Nutini
3. Tangled Up in Blue, Bob Dylan
4. I Run for Life, Melissa Etheridge
5. You Can Call me Al, Paul Simon
6. Runnin' Down a Dream, Tom Petty
7. Your Life is Now, John Mellencamp
8. Sunny, Bobby Hebb
9. Alberta Bound, Gordon Lightfoot
10. Simple Game, Moody Blues

Patrick said...

Love and Happiness, Al Green's tune as performed by Living Colour
The Ocean, Janes Addiction
Nice to Meet You, Dramagods

melanie said...

chicago band company of thieves has been dominating my headphones. lead singer genevieve schatz has the type of voice that lifts you high above the clouds and shoots your heart and soul out in to the atmosphere.

the songs are honest and thoughtful, unique with melodies you don't often hear.

check them out live may 22 at the bottom lounge. or myspace.com/companyofthieves.