Happy Friday, everyone! We’ve got an oddball assortment of stories I found interesting, plus some great new developments on the marriage equality front.
2001 is a hard one for me – not for lack of great music, but more because I was a depressed human making bad decisions during most of that year, and come that September, the national climate took its own downturn. The feels, man. Let’s have them.
Man, I thought 1994-1996 were hard to narrow down to 15 songs, but here comes 1997 with a whole new challenge. Behold! An embarrassment of musical riches:
Oh, you thought this series was done at The Letter Z? Nay, my musical compatriots, we have a bonus round as our parting gift.
I had to think about this one a little bit, I must admit. The Letter E does not seem so difficult on the surface, but once I started digging around my music collection, I realized that songs do not commonly begin with it. Still, we’ve got a nice roundup of excellent tunes for you this week, guaranteed to make your heart swell:
Oh, friends, D has a surprising amount of great songs. I probably could have easily swapped in so many here, but sometimes my choices come down to two criteria: 1) Do I have a story behind loving this song? 2) Every time I hear this song, do I say/think, “This really is one of the best songs ever,” and feel compelled to sing along? These songs meet those criteria. I hope you like them, too.