Meme: "any faddish phenomenon on the internet." (Wikipedia)
Based on WORLD blog's post, I'd like to answer and ask others the following questions:
1. You would be surprised that I listen to __________.
2. You probably have never heard of __________.
3. I hope nobody sees this amidst my collection: ___________.
I'd like to tag: Chris Bruno, Nate Mihelis, Matt Wireman, Brian Lund, Jonathan Christman, Kevin McFadden, Nathan Forbes (you'll want to listen closely for that one), Mike Sherf, Nathan Pitchford, Josh Jones, Adam Thomas.
I've tagged a bunch of guys, but let's set the expected tag limit to five. More is okay, but at least five others. Get going!
1. You'd be suprised that I listen to:
Okay, if you know me you know not to be suprised. But one of my favorite discs is by the Mulfinger family, a bo-jo associated family of musicians *gag*, who put together a CD called Eine Klein Kaffeemusik. It's fabulous. Possibly the best reading/studying/chilling music I know of. I love Moby, Jack Johnson, the classics, and Sufjan for some background stuff, but if you want serious good ambient, relaxing music, get your hands on this CD. (I just saw that they have two more out. If they're anything like the first, they're worth as many pennies as it takes to get them.)
2. You've probably never heard of:
Putamayo Presents... I've really been enjoying their Asian Groove, CD. Basically, the compile international music that Western ears might enjoy. Think of it as WOW Foreign Hits. Check them out at your local library.
3. I hope you never see that I own:
Hmmm, funny or serious? Mac and Beth Lynch warbling their way through fundy fave's? Underworld soundtrack? Fort Minor on account of the cuses? This is tough because the stuff I like I don't mind if you see, but there are some discs that suck, which I don't even want to see.