Sunday, June 13, 2010

In Case of Emergency Hit Play - Part 2

Before I get to the second installment of the Emergency Playlist I wanted to cover some of the activities from the weekend.  On Saturday a bunch of us got together for trailwork on the Butler Fork loop in Big Cottonwood Canyon.  The crew consisted of Jared, Greg, Jay, Rich, Tom, Cheryl, Pat, and Dan the Forest Service rep.  By the end of the damp work day Dan started calling us the "Wasatch Wrecking Crew", in light of the way we disposed of downed trees covering the trail.  Rewarding work, but I was pretty knackered by the end.

Sunday morning I ran with Jay, Greg and Matt Hart from just below Big Mountain over to Lamb's Canyon on the Wasatch 100 course.  We had a great time cruising along Alexander Ridge amidst the lush spring foliage.  Quite a contrast to the scene in early September...

On to the playlist.  If you missed the reasoning behind the Emergency Playlist check out the first installment for an explanation.  Make a guess on who's playlist it is or just enjoy the tunes.

*Note: if you're using a feed reader to view this you will not be able to see the music player in each post.
Van Morrison - Rough God Goes Riding

Speech Debelle - Spinnin'

Radiohead - National Anthem

Modest Mouse - Float On

Spoon - The Underdog


Jay said...

As the "captain" of of one of the "In Case of Emergency" participant's iPod on a road trip - I think I know the answer to this one. Am I right??

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Erik said...

I have an idea who this is, but will refrain from any guessig until all playlists have been published.

What's the prize if I guess them all correctly?

Missy B. said...

loving these posts! thanks for the new tunes--i've added some of the selected tracks to my own playlist.

here's a few of my own (be forewarned, i am a chick):
A Thousand Miles--Vanessa Carlton
Immigrant Song--Led Zepplin
Viva La Vida--Coldplay
Run Baby Run--Morcheeba
Mad Mission--Patty Griffin

yeah, i know, there's six, and there were only supposed to be five. so much good music... it's hard to narrow it down to half a dozen!

Christian said...

Immigrant Song FTW! Missy I'm pretty sure there's a Zeppelin song coming up in the rotation. Zeppelin II or Physical Graffiti could be pick ups all on their own.

Jay said...

Missy - LOVE Mad Mission. But then - know that I've been accused of a predisposition for chick music. Thanks for sharing!

Anny said...

Immigrant song and many other zeppelin tunes are on my playlist for sure. Don't know you guys well enough to guess who likes what but i'm enjoying the music nonetheless!

Missy B. said...

seriously, i don't know why, but i have a good association with Immigrant Song from "School of Rock" and also my most recent Zion Trip in May. how is it that i never listened to Led Zeppelin before?

Mad Mission is courtesy of an Idaho bad-ass friend of mine who saw Patty live and the song seems to fit so many aspects of our lives.

Viva La Vida is courtesy of Brian Harward.

Run Honey Run (typo on first comment) courtesy of Karl and Jared Zion video.

glad you agree with my choices.

rock on :)