June 12, 2010

Amazon mp3 Deal of the Day

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Music has always played a very important part in my life.  A lot of times I have trouble putting how I feel into words.  My throat closes up and all I do is stutter.  And then, if I am able to say something, it usually coming out wrong.  There are times when I feel so down that I don't know how I will ever relieve myself of the sadness.  Then, I'll listen to a song and I'll instantly feel at peace.  Sometimes the song goes along with how I feel.  Other times the song will take me back to the days when my biggest worry was whether or not to go to the pool or the skating rink.

I listen to all different types of music and each genre means something a little different to me.  Rap means it's time to dance, rock means it's time to party and pop makes me feel like a teenager again.  Love songs make me feel all warm and gooey inside, while reggae music reminds me of being a child and dancing on the coffee table and watching MTV.  Today, June 12th, Amazon has a special deal.  The MP3 album entitled "Reggae Summer" only costs $3.99.  This album includes the following songs:      

Reggae Summer Track List-(performed by) :
Start Me Up-Toots And The Maytals
Change Is Gonna Come-Sugar Black,Lehbanchleh
You Can't Always Get What You Want-Steel Pulse
Don't Think Twice It's All Right-Reggae Rockers,Bradley
Knocking On Heaven's Door-Judy Mowatt
Red Red Wine -Gregory Isaacs
With A Little Help From My Friends-Ellis Island
Hotel California-Edi Fitzroy/Bigga Star
Sara Smile-Big Mountain
Imagine-Chalice
Let It Be-Fiona
Mighty Quinn-Reggae Rockers, Bradley Brown
We Can Work It Out-Steel Pulse
Fly Like An Eagle-Sugar Black
Fiftyninth Street Bridge Song-Sugar Minott
Blowing In The Wind-The Abyssinians
Satisfaction-The Heptones
I Heard It Through The Grapevine-Toots And The Maytals
Maggie May-Wayne Armond
Jumping Jack Flash-Sugar Black


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