♦ August 29, 2013
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Do you want to know what I listen to when I am blogging? Here you go!
Good old Mumford and Sons. I love them and often play their music when I’m writing, blogging, reading or just browsing the net. But Marcus’s moustache in the Winter Winds video scares me.
LOL…I actually don’t watch the videos. I often blog to Mumford and Sons, Flogging Molly, and Awolnation. However, I do like my oldies but goodies too – Pink Floyd, Beatles, Hendrix, etc.
Have you heard Mumford and Sons’s cover of the Boxer? I’m quite fond of it, though I prefer the original – actually there’s quite a bit of Simon and Garfunkel I’m quite happy listening to. It’s about time I “appropriated” my mum’s CD to rip onto my PC.
My dad was a full on hippy rock listener. I can’t do the Garfunkel stuff. I’m sure he would disown me for such an action. It’d be like listening to the Begees! LOL I do adore some Peter, Paul, and Mary though. Puff the Magic Dragon gets me even to this day.
I have not heard their cover, on Youtube right now looking that up!
It’s on the album Babel, if that helps.
This is my favorite of their songs, just because of the video: vhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rId6PKlDXeU
Oh I do love that video as well!
The best thing about this band is it confuses my parents. I remember when they were on the Grammy Awards and I turned it up. My parents were asking me which one was the father and who were the sons. LOL I was cracking up.
LOL!!! That is awesome. I love it when older folks get literal with pop culture.
It would be excused if they were older parents, however my parents were in their teens when they had me. Therefore, not that old…mid 50’s. They should know better. LOL I asked my dad if Pink Floyd was actually a man named Floyd who was Pink? LOL
LOL omg even better!!!
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