Lists, don’t you love em? While I was seeking inspiration the other day one of the most commonly recommended ideas for a blog post was a list.
I decided this morning to run through some of the songs for Detling this morning and remembered, as I do each year – how much my personal practise for playing bass guitar at this event always skews the play count in my iTunes library. I decided this year I would reset the play count to zero so that, this time next year, I can have a better sense of what I’ve spent most time listening to in between.
But I thought, before I hit the reset button, it would be a shame to throw all that information away, so I took a look to see what are the top 20 albums I’ve been listening to, based on the most played tracks… if you’re interested; here they are.
- Parachute Band – Roadmaps and Revelations
- Bill Withers – Greatest Hits
- Phatfish – In Jesus
- Stevie Wonder – Songs In The Key Of Life
- Compassion Art
- Jamiroquai – A Funk Odyssey
- The Brand New Heavies – Trunk Funk: The Best Of
- Alberto & Kimberly Rivera – Live Soaking Sessions Vol 1
- Reuben Morgan – Extravagant Worship: The Songs
- Y Friday – Great and Glorious
- Lincoln Brewster – Today Is the Day
- Hillsong Australia – For This Cause
- Paul Baloche – Glorious
- Brian Eno – Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks/Remastered
- Kim Walker – Here Is My Song
- Merchant Band – The World Can Wait
- Alberto & Kimberley Rivera – The Longing
- Hillsong Australia – For All You’ve Done
- Suzy Yaraei – Praise Is Beautiful
- Alberto & Kimberley Rivera – Captured