Our September Playlist
September 14, 2009 | My Jottings
Our stereo is hooked up to an intercom system that plays all over our house, which I love. There are controls in the different rooms so you can turn the music down in the bedroom while someone is resting, and still keep it louder in the kitchen where you’re cutting up jalapenos for the pico de gallo.
Here are the CDs playing over and over in our house and car lately:
Bob Bennett – A Compilation (especially “Saviour of the World” and “Mountain Cathedrals”)
Josh Garrels – Jacaranda (especially “The Rabbit and the Bear”)
Celtic Woman – Celtic Woman (especially “Last Rose of Summer” and “Nella Fantasia”)
Little Women – Movie soundtrack (especially “Under the Umbrella” and “For the Beauty of the Earth”)
Jennifer Knapp – Lay It Down (especially “Usher Me Down” and “You Remain”)
Maron Gaffron – Uptown (especially “Housewives Song” and “Uptown”)
What’s on your playlist these days?
Josh Garrels!!! Love him. Actually, his sister, Gala Bent, is a virtual mentor and kindred spirit of mine. You’d love her musings, she’s masterful with words and even more moving in her art. Check her out sometime: galabent.com and blog: galabent.wordpress.com
That is so amazing Shawna. I looked at her blog and artwork and you’re right – it’s a place I’d like to peruse more. A wordsmith, and her art is spectacular! I have lost your e-mail address when I switched over to gmail – will you send it to me? 🙂
MARON GAFFRON!!?? No way!! I love her too! I just found out about her this summer! I went to a music festival in Illinois, called Cornerstone. It’s the christian version of Woodstock. It’s crowded with hippies, hammocks, porta-potties, a lot of great music, and amazing people! I heard her in concert three times, and got to meet her!
That’s awesome that you like her too! I L.O.V.E the housewife song, but even more the first song on her album… I don’t know the title, but it’s something like “Light of the World.”
I love the song too, Savannah – “Uptown.” If you just sit and listen to it over and over, it’s so worshipful. It makes me cry.