The Life’s Too Good Playlist

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Welcome to the Life’s Too Good Playlist.

Thanks for taking part in this little experiment.

This week: over to you! What do you think we should (collectively) do as a simple task next week?

Spotify Lovers: You can find a Life’s Too Good Playlist on Spotify – click here to view it at the end of this article.

We already have a really awesome playlist thanks to all of those who responded with their favorite song. The next steps will be with continued minimal effort from ‘the crowd’ to see how far we can go with this…

Here’s Our Playlist With Videos Of Each Track

If you want to listen to any particular tracks right here on this page then check them out below!

1. Learning To Fly – Pink Floyd (Votes: 1)

2. Dancing In The Moonlight – King Harvest (Votes: 2)

3. I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor (Votes: 1)

4. Lust – Tori Amos (Votes: 1)

5. I Love You What Can I Say – Jerry Reed (Votes: 1)

6. Big Jet Plane – Angus & Julia Stone (Votes: 1)

7. Fade – Solu featuring Kimblee (Votes: 1)

8. Radioactive – Kings of Leon (Votes: 1)

9. Yumeji’s Theme – Shigeru Umebayashi (Votes: 1)

10. Bubbly – Colbie Caillet (Votes: 2)

11. Country Roads – John Denver (Votes: 1)

12. Just A Boy – Angus & Julia Stone (Votes: 1)

13. Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd (Votes: 4)

14. He Went To Paris – Jimmy Buffet (Votes: 1)

15. The Last Farewell – Roger Whitaker (Votes: 1)

16. What A Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong (Votes: 8)

17. Ev’rything I’ve Got – Ella Fitzgerald (Votes: 2)

18. Caledonia – Frankie Miller (Votes: 1)

19. The Queen and The Soldier – Suzanne Vega (Votes: 1)

20. Black Heart – Stooshe (Votes: 1)

21. Beautiful Day – U2 (Votes: 6)

22. Welcome Home – Radical Face (Votes: 2)

23. Wiccan Lullaby – Gypsy (Votes: 1)

24. Simple Man – Lynard Skynard (Votes: 1)

25. Just Don’t Want To Be Lonely – Freddy McGregor (Votes: 1)

Here’s Our Life’s Too Good Playlist on Spotify


Comments

The Life’s Too Good Playlist — 20 Comments

  1. Hey Alan,

    I hate to boast, but I can pick a great song! Who can resist Louis Armstrong? 🙂

    That song has a special place in my heart and reminds me of someone that was very dear to me. He is gone now but I can always remember him when I hear this. Thanks!

    ~Allie

    • I hate to boast

      yeah yeah…

      😉

      OK, OK good choice (I just listened to it again).

      I find this video in particular particularly touching, it really moves me – I can only imagine how touching that is when it reminds you of a loved one that is no longer around. I don’t have that added meaning – though strangely I feel both happy and sad every time I hear it.

  2. Hi Alan,
    I just listened to them today so my ‘quick vote’ would be Caledonia. New song for me – quite catchy. Might change my mind as I listen to them more…. Honorable mention for Dancing in the Moonlight ! Hadn’t listened to that song in years so it was very enjoyable !
    Thanks !
    Adrienne

    • Hmmm.

      I’m wondering whether I should take your vote now then or wait to see if you change your mind.

      Do you want more time or should we go for Caledonia then?

      😉

      • Fascinating. I’m the one who voted for #7. The first time I clicked on the video it was an awful video to a remix of the song, the second time it was a picture with the original (fantastic) track. I was going to suggest instead the version of the awful video that goes along with the original track:
        http://youtu.be/zKoZ7e0KQ7g
        But the non-moving picture is better (no awful lipsyncing by models that probably can’t hold a tune), though I prefer the non-moving picture video w the Empire State Building in it 🙂

        • I have to admit I did find the first vid I found a little overly ‘sexy’ – but there doesn’t seem to be much choice.

          So when you say ‘going to suggest…’ in the end you’re saying I should leave it as it is, right?

  3. I’ll cast my vote for Louie’s Wonderful World. Even tho it usually makes me cry because I remember its use in “Good Morning Vietnam.”

  4. Above Website, really wanted to own right to the name and it will be a Work in progress- started by someone else’s intent, but didn’t work out so its validation is accurate I hope to make it a true place of healing one day 😉 just as the name states….

    I love this and can’t wait to go through all the songs, so many I don’t think I know! I have to say…..while #24 is my choice for that time and moment, #10 has a huge chapter of my life! 😉 and by just reading through it, it made me remember how much I believe in myself anyway being bound to the walks of my house 99.9% of the time a lot of my sadness could be healed if I listened to music as much as I used too! I love every type and believe it powerfully has windows into our souls 😉 and is healing on all levels of emotion!! I could not live w/I music when I was well and now I live without just about everything I loved and most importantly me! Thank You for this article and experiment it has opened so many thoughts, ideas – can’t wait for what’s next!! 😉 Merry Christmas to all! God bless!!!

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