11 March 2011

5 On Friday - Sir Paul

The 5 On Friday meme was invented by Travis. The basic "rules/no rules' are shown below. Be sure to sign in on the Trav's Thoughts page so we can all share your music.

1. Grab the banner, make your post title Five on Friday, and be sure to link back here.

2. Go to Playlist.com to make your Set of five songs. You may choose a particular theme to share with us, or post random tunes if that's your vibe for the day. You can simply post the Set, or you can add a little summary about what you are sharing.

2a. Don't feel restricted by the tracks listed on Playlist.com. And don't be discouraged if the Embed code won't work. You're welcome to use any type of media to share your Sets.

3. Be sure to sign Mr Linky so everyone can visit your Set.

4. No tags, but feel free to invite your friends to play along if they need a post topic on a Friday.

Go forth and enjoy music!

I've always maintained that something interesting happens every single day that is in some way connected to music or movie.  Here is the first edition to test that thesis.  On this day in history in 1997, Paul McCartney was knighted to become Sir Paul.



Vinny "Bond" Marini said...

I agree that music is all around even when you are not aware...

Nice set today Jamie

Julia Smith said...

Haven't heard Goodnight Tonight in awhile - really enjoyed it. Also loved the old timey microphones in the video.

Travis Cody said...

I enjoy a good Sir Paul Set, and this is a good one.

One of my favorite Beach Boys songs describes the idea that music infiltrates your day whether you're paying attention or not...it's called Add Some Music to Your Day.

jennifer said...

Yes! I agree.

The other day, I heard three really really good songs in a row on the radio. It made me think of Five on Friday and if I would be able make a post out of it. The fourth song stunk out loud. It was a span of time driving to the store that blogging and music made interesting :)

Polly said...

We certainly make connections to events with music. I forgot that the "knighting" was that long ago.