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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