First playlist

The first playlist:  Lots of blogging today about Bush’s playlist as reported by the NY Times. The article quotes Rolling Stone Magazine’s Joe Levy on his “analysis” of the list:

“This
is basically boomer rock ‘n’ roll and more recent music out of
Nashville made for boomers. It’s safe, it’s reliable, it’s loving. What
I mean to say is, it’s feel-good music.”

The “first iPod” has only 250 songs and he listens to it while mountain
biking. Let me say two things: That is very dangerous and I’d be happy
to send him an iPod Shuffle because one good fall (like this) and he’s
off to the Apple Store.

By the way, I’d like to suggest some bike-riding music to the
President. Some wholesome bluegrass by those cute kids who make their
home right there near Crawford, Texas, in the village of Austin. I find The Meat Purveyors always help me get over the next hill.
Heck, he can even download a free track off their lastest album.