Originally Posted By: MaidUpName
Mmmmmm, sounds like my sort of pastime.

I'd certainly agree about Jackson Brown - as an aside, I saw him live in June. He didn't play "Running on Empty" but did a magnificent version of "The Pretender"

And for me, the quintessential Eagles song is "Take it Easy"

It's an interesting one because signature song isn't the best known piece and it can be difficult to move past that.

So, a few thoughts having flicked through my Spotify playlist

Leonard Cohen - Alexandra Leaving
Neil Diamond - Play Me
U2 - With or without you

I'm off for a walk with my playlist - might be back later

BTW, lovely to see you back LG, hope all's good with you and yours


MUN, I'd like to propose that U2's Sunday Bloody Sunday might be actually more representative, given it's political bent.

I'm in total agreement on Jackson Browne, even though I really love "Shape of a Heart" and "Load Out/Stay"

Anyone want to get in a heated debate about the quintessential Queen song? That can go on for days!

When we open to this moment and don't judge it or try to change it, even when we're suffering and wish it were otherwise, we tap into the spaciousness of mind that allows us to move forward skillfully, with discernment and joy. -- Sharon Salzberg