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A couple of my friends (they happen to be librarians as well) have complained over the years because I don?t post much personal information here that isn?t library related. To these fine folks I say: ?Look at my flickr pages!? To satisfy this huge market (a solid three or four readers anyway;), because I love music so very much, have posted about it before and because I am working on a ?Top 100 Albums Every Public Library In America Should Be Circulating? list, I?m going to use a little space to respond to the ?Tag, Your It? music posts I got last week. Thanks to Max and Aaron for ?tagging? me. Here goes:

Total Volume of music files on my computer:
77.2 GB. That ain?t no typo, sister.

The Last CD I Bought Was:
Morrissey- Live at Earls Court

Song playing right now:
?I Was Born (A Unicorn)? by The Unicorns

Five songs I listen to a lot or that mean a lot to me:
I couldn?t resist doing both separately. It was hard though, as they really ought to be at least 100 times longer. A difficult task this was!

Mean a lot:
1. ?Discolite? by Teenage Fanclub
2. ?Leave? by R.E.M.
3. ?Wishing Well? by Terrance Trent D?Arby
4. ?Nothing Better? by The Postal Service
5. ?Signal To Noise? by Peter Gabriel

Listen to a lot:
1. ?Twenty Cell Revolt? by Menomena
2. ?He Knows I?d Love to See Him? by Morrissey
3. ?Love Spreads? by the Stone Roses
4. ?Beverley Hills? by Weezer
5. Prince ? most anything, most anytime

First concert I ever attended:
Bryan Adams. Hey, this was 1984 when he was fresh and cool. Besides, Autograph opened up for him and doesn?t that really just make it seem right?

In keeping with the nature of this exersize I need to tag three other folks. If I passed it along, it would go to:
Donna F.
Michael S.
Chris P.

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