Wednesday, August 22, 2007

The Comfort Zone

Some CDs you never get tired of, even when you have an iPod or rarely see a CD. You can listen to them over and over and over, and it seems just like yesterday they came out.

One of them for me is The Comfort Zone by Vanessa Williams. I think it was out in 92 or 93 because I remember Save The Best For Last was EVERYbody's prom or sweet 16 song at that time. (OK, just checked. It was released in 1991 August... like sweet 16 years ago!!! I'm almost ready for my second sweet 16, plus two!)

But The Comfort Zone was one of those excellently produced music projects. Each song blended well into the next for an overall journey. Each song told a story. And one thing that's important for me, is that all the fast songs and slow songs are grouped together. Preferable the fast at the front, the slow at the back.

Anyway, that's what I'm listening to this afternoon while doing a little writing. Loving this two weeks off thing.

Can we make it a two years off thing? That would be a wonderful comfort zone.

1 comment:

BronzeBuckaroo said...

Don't tease me. But, sometimes, I enjoy listening to Dionne Warwick sing her classics. Hey, it's calming to me. :-)