Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Calling for favorites...

I'm calling for suggestions. My ipod is in need of a revamp, in a bad way. The problem is that when I listen to music, it's intended for children under the age of seven and that's not what I'm looking for! My running shoes have been gathering dust and as I put my anxiety about running to rest and pull them out, I need something fabulous to listen to. What are your favorite upbeat tunes these days? Something to keep me moving one foot in front of the other... come on, just click that little comment button and share your favs. My body will thank you so much.


Joni said...

Anything Beatles! They always put me in a good mood. My fave album is Abbey road. The Killers are also awesome too!

Anonymous said...

All American Rejects, Kelly Clarkson, Avril Lavigne, DAUGHTRY, Dixie Chics, Lifehouse, etc...

Amy said...

I love to listen to Fergie when I am running...not certain why, oh yes, it is the great beats!

Yeah for running! I wish I was joining you for some early morning jogs!

Torey said...

Ooo! Here are some of my favorites to listen to when I run. And if you're ever looking for someone to run with, let me know.
1) All American Rejects (Swing, Swing & Move Along)
2) Counting Crows (Mr. Jones, Omaha)
3) Dashboard Confessional (Saints & Sailors)
4) Depeche Mode (Never Let Me Down Again [Aggro Mix],
5) Dixie Chicks (Ready to Run) What an appropriate title!
6) Good Charlotte (Complicated)
7)James (Come Home)
8) Led Zepplin (Good Times, Bad Times & Ramble On)
9)Maroon 5 (Sunday Morning)
10)U2 (Numb and New Years Day)
11) War (Low Rider)
12) Massive Attack (Teardrop)

And for the cool-down, of course:
1) The Eagles (Desperado)
2) Enya (Only Time)
3) Extreme (More Than Words)
4) Lynard Skynyrd (Tuesday's Gone)
5) John Mayer (Why Georgia)
6) Kitty Wells (Cold, Cold Heart)
7) Nick Drake (Northern Sky & Pink Moon)

Phew - that was a lot! Enjoy!

Amy said...

Okay I had to go look this song up on iTunes. I love it every time I hear it & am downloading it now. It is called "Sorry" and it is by Buckcherry. I like to sing this at the top of my lungs while myself of course!

We should meet up for a Saturday jog (as really, I can only jog these days) at Tempe Town Lake...I love running there.

kari said...

Coldplay - Viva la Vida. It's not only upbeat but it's full of emotion.

Jaime said...

Workout music! I have a random mix of songs - here are a few just for working out and I'll keep thinking of some:

I Drove All Night - Celine Dion
Addicted To Love - Robert Plant
Crazy - Gnarls Barkley
A Little Less Conversation - Elvis Presley
Shut Up and Let Me Go - The Ting Tings
Disturbia - Rhianna
Don't Stop The Music - Rihanna
Somewhere Only We Know - Keane
Chocolate - Snow Patrol
Feel Good Inc - Gorillaz
Brass In Pocket - The Pretenders
Lovefool - Cardigans
Are You Gonna Be My Girl - JET
Summer In The City - The Lovin' Spoonful
Nothing Left to Lose - Mat Kearny
Everything - Michael Buble
Here It Goes Again - OK Go
Cantaloop - US3

Go run!

Tutz said...

I say anything by Il Divo! YEAH!

Go AB!

The Malone's said...

Don't bother with the ipod, just come and join Deirdre and me, we always have something fun and juicy to talk about. 5:30 am Tues and Thursdays. You'll love it!

Kelly said...

I was listening to Lovers in Japan by Coldplay today, and thought it would be a perfect song for running. Looks like you have lots of good suggestions here!

MOM 2 TMSB said...

There's something magical about this playlist I'm about to give you. Don't take it lightly.

*One Step at a Time-Jordan Sparks
*Don't Stop the Music-Rhianna
*After Tonight-Justin Nozuka
*Apologize-One Republic
*Better Now-Collective Soul
*Black Horse and the Cherry Tree-KT Tunstall
*Bleeding Love-Leona Lewis
*Calling All Friends-Low Stars
*Delirium-Euphoria (very important)
*Dani California-Red Hot Chili Peppers
*Fall For You-Secondhand Serenade
*Ooh Ooh Baby-Britney Spears (don't bash it till you try it)
*I Kissed a GIrl-Katy Perry
*Shake It-Metro Station

You won't be dissapointed.

Wade and Katelyn said...

I say try the sound of your beating heart, your feet hitting the pavement, and your lungs breathing in and out.