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My Summer Playlist

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Hi all! I don't know about you, but I am feeling summertime right now. It's nice and hot here in Pittsburgh, and despite some rain, we have had several really nice, sunny days in a row. I've been spending more time outdoors, whether tending my tiny container garden on my front porch or taking walks in the park, and enjoying it immensely! 

I thought we'd do things a little bit differently today. As you may know, sound and music are some of my favorite ways to lift my mood, raise my vibrations, and keep myself in a positive frame of mind. When I was a teen and in my early twenties, I used to spend hours making mixtapes of my favorite songs for summer and then also songs from summer to take with me back to college.

These days, things are a little different—music is available at the click of a mouse or the swipe of a thumb over an app on your phone. But that doesn't mean I can't still have my "mixtape" fun. I made myself a little Spotify playlist of summer fun songs, and now I can share it with you!

There are several genres of music here, so there should be a little something for everyone. Enjoy the music and have a wonderful weekend!  🌞 🎵 📻 🐝 


Full Spotify playlist can be found HERE.

Track Listing:

  1. Surfin' USA – The Beach Boys
  2. ABC – The Jackson 5
  3. Beatnik Beach – The Go-Go's
  4. The Summer Sun – Chris Stamey (feat. Yo La Tengo)
  5. Here Comes the Summer – The Undertones
  6. Rockaway Beach – The Ramones
  7. Summer Fun – The Barracudas
  8. Rock Lobster - The B-52's
  9. Having an Average Weekend – Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet
  10. Walking on Sunshine – Katrina and the Waves
  11. Vacation – The Go-Go's
  12. Life is a Highway - Tom Cochrane
  13. Summer of '69 – Bryan Adams
  14. Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
  15. Summer Breeze – Seals and Crofts
  16. Red Red Wine – UB40
  17. Uptown Funk – Bruno Mars
  18. Happy – Pharrell Williams
  19. Miami – Will Smith
  20. Rock Your Body – Justin Timberlake




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  1. Hello Beth, this is Richard D'Angelo. I got your name from Susan Balagh's book, 100 Days To Create The Life You Wish For.

    I too am mentioned in the Acknowledgments portion of that book and I too am writing a book along the same lines as Susan's. She mentioned that you helped her with her book and I was wondering if you could help me with mine.

    My book is entitled, The Insanity Of Humanity and discusses the mind/heart relationship in people's lives. I have been teaching metaphysics now for over 30 years. This book is a compilation of my classes.

    The email address here is not my main address, but if you reply I will be able to talk with you using my normal email.

    Hope to hear from you soon.

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    1. Hello, Richard! It's nice to hear from you! Unfortunately, Blogger will not allow me to reply directly to you via email, so I must use a comment to reply. So that we may discuss your project in a more private setting, do you mind visiting my business website and using my contact form to drop me a line? You can find it here: http://wojiski.com/contact--privacy-policy.html

      That way we will have each other's email addresses and can talk more about your book. I look forward to chatting with you! Have a great day!

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