I have quite a few....
any B-More Club - mr postman and rod lee's chant
R. Kelly and Jay-Z - Body
Sasha - Dat sexy body
Whitney Housyon - I wanna dance with somebody
Club song - He loves me, too (I know)/ when can our love begin (it's a north jersey thing)
any Prince or Michael...

and that is just a start...
"Cult of Personality" - In Living Color

"Headstrong" - Trapt

"99 Problems" - Jay-Z

"My Way" - Usher

"Me Against the World" - 2Pac

"Scars" - Papa Roach

"What If" - Creed

"Policy of Truth" - Depech Mode

"On the Grind" - Nelly

"The God That Failed" - Metallica

"Breaking the Habit" - Linkin Park
"My Funny Valentine" [Chet Baker's version, though Sarah Vaughn's version gets me too]

"You Send Me" [Not Sam Cooke, Aretha's or The Drifters' version but the one covered in the early eighties but (?) a male and female duet]

"One in a Million" [Larry Graham of Graham Central Station]

"We Are Family" by Sister Sledge [Not because to the song's words or meaning, but because it reminds me of the summer of my senior year in High School; arguably the best summer of my life to this point.]
Ghost Spirits - Yothu Yindi (Wicked Beat Sound System remix)
Wait In Vain - Bob Marley
Is This Love - Bob Marley
Could You Be Loved - Bob Marley
I Feel You - Depeche Mode
In Answer - The Chameleons
Mariama - Rokia Traore
Destroy Everything You Touch - Ladytron
History - Split Ends
Who's Foolin' Who - Bobby Bland
God Bless the Child - Billie Holiday
Blue Boy - Joni Mitchell
Walking On Thin Ice - Yoko Ono
You Little Fool - Elvis Costello
Know - Nick Drake
Now That I'm Free - ? << dammit, can't remember the artist's name
I'm Coming Home - Alex Lloyd
Dirty Old Town - The Pogues
Dear God - XTC
Listening Wind - Talking Heads
Born Under the Punches - Talking Heads (ok every darn song and remix they've ever done Big Grin)
"It takes Two"-old school rap Rob Base and his partner DJ E-Z Rock

I do'nt care where I'm at,if I hear that, I want to 'bust a move' dance

Oh yes and early 'Guy'.

I used to be TOTALLY in love with the Police, 'Sting' could do no wrong. At all. Everytime he came to Cali, in the late 80's, early 90's, I was there. And U2, Bono singing, "With or Without You", "One", and the Edge'. Awesome.
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Originally posted by ddouble:
What song or songs get you going everytime you hear them?

dance

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Okay D..... I can't believe you said "You Don't Have to Call" by Usher.... that's one of my closet jams.... (I guess not anymore)- It's one of those songs that irritates me that I like it... but I can't stop liking it....

here are some others:

* For Real-Amel Larrieux
* Talk to Me- Jill Scott
* Whatever- Jill Scott
* Didn'tcha Know- Erykah Badu
* Down- Amel Larrieux
* sigh.... Bootylicious- Destiny's Child (WHAEVA!) another "closet" jam....

that, like Rowe,... makes me wanna get up and dance.... it's the guitar sound..

* and Oh my god I must be BORED OUT OF MY MIND TODAY but...

grrrr....

(Virtue prays Kai shuts his trap!)

ummm....

Naughty Girl- By Beyonce ....


I have a whole dance routine in my head (and that is where it'll stay...)

okay enough confessions....

sck



Peace,
Virtue
No need to be ashamed for "coming out the closet" Wink - Mr. Raymond has quite a few catchy tunes. Yeah, I listen to Wes Montgomery, Sonny Rollins, and Cannonball Adderley (and other supposed high-brow, cultured music) too! One day, you'll have to check out all the stuff on my digital music player...

Nothing wrong with mental routines either, dance or otherwise. If you can't let go in your mind, where can you? 19
quote:
Originally posted by ddouble:
No need to be ashamed for "coming out the closet" Wink - Mr. Raymond has quite a few catchy tunes. Yeah, I listen to Wes Montgomery, Sonny Rollins, and Cannonball Adderley (and other supposed high-brow, cultured music) too! One day, you'll have to check out all the stuff on my digital music player...

Nothing wrong with mental routines either, dance or otherwise. If you can't let go in your mind, where can you? 19


D?

You're on a roll today....

grrrrrrr...........

you gone get me in trouble!

stop it!

ummmmm.....

what's in my mind.....STAYS IN MY MIND

capice?

therefore it ain't gone go nowhere...

grrrrrrrr..........

By the way you're familiar with Cannonball? Nice.... He did a song with Nancy Wilson.... I can't recall the title.... I have it at home though.... (at work now)... I'll post the name tomorrow or sometime.....

You surprise me sometimes.... really you do.....


Peace,
Virtue
quote:
Originally posted by ddouble:
No need to be ashamed for "coming out the closet" Wink - Mr. Raymond has quite a few catchy tunes. Yeah, I listen to Wes Montgomery, Sonny Rollins, and Cannonball Adderley (and other supposed high-brow, cultured music) too! One day, you'll have to check out all the stuff on my digital music player...

Nothing wrong with mental routines either, dance or otherwise. If you can't let go in your mind, where can you? 19


Oh MY!! ddouble, I love Wes Montgomery. I heard one of his tunes yesterday while driving and I thought about this forum. Wes Montgomery, "Day in the Life" gives me flash backs to my very first HONEY who was a avid jazz fan.
quote:
Originally posted by ddouble:
What song or songs get you going everytime you hear them?

dance

music 19 music


Too many to name

Say Yes - Lakeside
Slow Wine and It Never Rains...Tone Toni Tony
Heartbeat - Tanya Gardner
Dr. Love - The First Choice
Call Me - Skyy

I may have to revisit the post later, because I'm sure I'll think of some more.

Smile
This is a tough question. A few of my jams ...

King of Sorrow & much more ... Sade
A Love of Your Own ... AWB
The Way You Move ... Outkast
Fantastic Voyage ... Lakeside
Atlantis & more ... Isleys
Sweet Thing ... Chaka Khan
You're Still a Young Man ... Tower of Power
All Day Music ... War
As & more ... Stevie Wonder
Love is a Battlefield - Pat Benatar

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