Earlier this month was the 11 year anniversary of the beginning of this blog. The blog anniversary is not to be confused with the birthday of myself, which was Saturday. Thanks to all who wished me a happy birthday, as well as those who helped me celebrate it this Saturday. In honor of that birthday, I have done yet another acrostic playlist with a message to myself, done Prince style. You’ll see what I mean below.
- “Hangman”, Kirk Thurmond & The Millennials
- “Ain’t Gotta Worry Child”, Charley Crockett
- “Party Alone”, Midnight Opera
- “Politics”, Bobby Sessions
- “Younger Me”, Ron Bultongez
- “Better the Devil”, The Gibbonses
- “In the City”, Chilldren of Indigo
- “Repopulate”, The Delzells
- “Till the Cosmos Fall”, Dead Vinyl
- “Heavy Cream”, War Party
- “Darlin’ Don’t”, Kelly Marie (feat. Paul Demer)
- “Ain’t Tired”, Joe Savage
- “You Broke the Heart of the Indestructible Man”, Bullet Machine
- “2 Steps”, Chomsky
- “Marjorie”, Reddening West
- “Easy to Hurt”, Salim Nourallah
This playlist also marks a change in the Monday Mixteen playlist process. This playlist’s name is simply Monday Mixteen. From now on, the current playlist will be found on the Monday Mixteen playlist, with previous playlists being archived with the debut date. Many have stated I should make the change in order for it to be easier to follow the playlist. Also, by subscribing to the playlist, you’ll always be in the know about The Ghost’s Monday Mixteen playlists. And knowing is half the battle.
What can I say; I watched the end of way too many G.I. Joe cartoons as a kid.