Your Secret iPod Shame

We talk a good deal about virtuous podcasts here. But this episode of The Brian Lehrer Show (iTunesFeedWeb Site) coming out of NYC, focuses on the downright embarrassing songs that you have hidden on your iPod. And they talk about it with Kelefa Sanneh, the pop music critic from The New York Times. If you care to admit to your own songs of shame, you can use the veil of anonymity and list them in the comments below. And don’t worry, we won’t hold it against you… Have a good weekend.

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  • Carol A says:

    I just checked my MP3 player (not an Ipod!) and am pleased to say not a single tune I wouldn’t be proud to show! Stuff ranges from classical to jazz and a couple of old funky things – Average White Band’s “Pick up the Pieces” and even a very young! Stevie Wonder doing “Fingertips” and other tunes which show my age if nothing else. But like most musicians I have a very extensive collection of CD’s etc to pick from. It might be fun to put together compilations of “Worst of the 80’s” and so on instead of those “Best of…” collections. Although some of the collections could simply be rebadged and no one would know the diference…..

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