Tuesday, July 2, 2013


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You know the feeling you get when you hear a song from the past and are instantly transported back to a very specific point in time and for a moment you still feel like you're, say, fourteen years old?  This happens to me often, but most frequently with the song Night Moves, by Bob Seger.  This song is the summer of 2004 to me, and no matter how many times I've listened to it since, it always will be.  If you have any idea of the type of nostalgia I'm talking about, I suggest you pop over to NPR and listen to their Songs of Summer playlist.  It is comprised of one summer hit from every year since 1962, including the likes of Mrs. Robinson (Simon & Garfunkel), Jesse's Girl (Rich Springfield), and Bootylicious (Destiny's Child), and meaning it's perfect for all ages.  So, if you're still looking for some music to play at your 4th of July BBQ, or just looking for a trip down memory lane, listen.  It's amazingly sing-a-long worthy, I swear. 

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