Oh Darlin’ What Have I Done

Jen Kehl at My Skewed View and Kristi at Finding Ninee host Twisted MixTape Tuesday, a blog hop that’s all about music.  The premise is to create a five song mix based on the week’s theme.  (You can click on the button above if you’d like to play along).  Here’s Jen’s instructions for today’s topic:

We’re back to your choice, play us what you want, we’ll listen!

So that means you’re at my mercy again for today’s mixtape theme, at least here on my blog anyway.  Its the middle of winter and I’m stuck in a deep mire of the winter blues, as I’m calling it (though a professional psychological diagnosis would probably call it Seasonal Affective Disorder or Seasonal Pattern Depression, as its known now).  I couldn’t even deal with last week’s “love” theme and this week, the best you’re going to get from me is iPod Roulette.  That’s right, putting my main library on shuffle and the first five songs that play is what’s making my mixtape.  Be afraid because even though I may one of the hop’s resident rock chicks, I have some very eclectic tastes.

1.  Jambalaya – C.J. Chenier.  Son of the infamous Zydeco accordionist, Clifton Chenier.  I love cajun and zydeco music, probably since first watching Dennis Quaid in The Big Easy.  “Look out for the gator, baby!”

2.  Rev 22:20 – Puscifer.  As I’ve had Tool in my mixtapes a few times before, of course I love Puscifer, one of MJK’s other projects.

3.  Oh Darlin’ What Have I Done – White Buffalo.  This one made my playlist after hearing it in last season’s Sons of Anarchy.

4.  Ride It – Jay Sean.  I’m playing by the rules I set myself and including this song since it came up, even though it kinda feels like I accidentally left the bedroom door open or something.  Move along…nothing to see here.

5.  Screwdriver – Jackyl.  The fates (or maybe just the odds) were with me, allowing me to end my mixtape with a hard-drivin’ rock song.

Okay, so you all got lucky and this list wasn’t as strange as it could have been.

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  1. SAM

    I absolutely love that Sons of Anarchy song. I remember the episode it was played on and how perfect the music was for it.

    • Dream

      First time I heard Jambalaya was Jerry Lee Lewis’ version, but gotta say, I prefer this style. Making the list yesterday has inspired me to make some sausage, red beans and rice with a big pan of cornbread to sop it up with.

  2. Jen

    OK first of all Jambalya (all versions) is one of this families favorite songs of all time. And can I say LOL to Ride It? Because I almost did the same thing this week, but when I decided to jump ship from the other blog I felt I had no choice but to go there. But I wonder what skeletons in my closet would come out if I did the same thing!