Musical Prozac II

Back in September I talked about music as being one of my primary coping mechanisms for stress. I'm lucky of course to have friends and family who are always here for support as well and I'm trying to incorporate more healthy stress relievers into my life like going to the gym. For now though, music is still a pretty effective go-to to relieve some of the built up tension of the day during my subway rides home. I listed the mix I was relying on in September here and titled it Musical Prozac. Here's the playlist I have in rotation these days, called Musical Prozac II. If you've got suggestions for additions, leave them in the comments below.

1. The Faces - "Ooh La La"
2. Beirut - "Elephant Gun"
3. Ben Harper - "Heart of Gold" (live cover)
4. Cat Stevens - "The Wind"
5. Carole King - "You've Got a Friend"
6. Crosby, Stills & Nash - "Teach Your Children Well"
7. Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals - "In the Colors"
8. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Remember"
9. Sublime - "What I Got"
10. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - "Suite - Judy Blue Eyes"
11. Bishop Allen - "Click, Click, Click, Click"
12. Bright Eyes - "Arc of Time"
13. Joe Purdy - "Wash Away (reprise)"
14. Beirut - "Scenic World (Version)"


Marcy said…
Jazz music. Check out Sonny Rollins or Charlie Parker.
Dinah Washington is nice, too.

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